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Michael Nelson Jagamara at Elgee Park Mornington Peninsula VIC

Following the success of Michael Nelson Jagamara’s Lightning Strikes installation at Montalto Sculpture Park, a private collector has commissioned a similar work to be installed at nearby Elgee Park, on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. The work will sit amongst more than forty large-scale outdoor works by renowned sculptors.

Image: Michael Nelson Jagamara with his Lightning Strikes installation at Montalto Sculpture Park April 2015

Artworks by Michael Nelson Jagamara and Imants Tillers November Newsletter

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MNJ with Imants Tillers in front of their work 'The Messenger' When Worlds Collide - article by Phil Brown

Article by Phil Brown covering our current exhibition, 'Big Storm Between Two Places', which features a powerful display of Michael Nelson Jagamara's 'Brisbane' paintings, the launch of his new 'Lightning Strikes' sculptures, and a pivotal new collaborative work with Imants Tillers.

October Newsletter

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Yvonne Mills-Stanley 'Out of the dark sky' - inspiration for Jazz trio

DeClassified Music is presenting jazz trio Trichotomy in A State of Change on Friday October 10 at Brisbane Steinway Piano Showrooms, Newstead. A new jazz composition written by Sean Foran and John Parker which was inspired by Yvonne Mills-Stanley's Out of the dark sky will be a feature of the concert and the work will be displayed. For ticket sales and information about the event visit:

September Newsletter

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Media Release: The Long Weekender & INTERMISSION


Event duration: Thursday 10 –Sunday 13 July

Exhibition duration: Thursday 10 July – 16 August

Where: FireWorks Gallery, 52a Doggett St, Newstead

Exhibition opens: Saturday 12 July, drinks and light refreshments in the gallery 4 – 5pm

Event Cost: For ticket information, please go to

Exhibition Cost: Free


The Long Weekender
The Long Weekender concerts and masterclass at FireWorks Gallery 
10 - 13 July 2014
Presented by DeC
National Reconciliation Week events

We are pleased to have been invited by Arrow Energy to be a part of their events for National Reconciliation Week 27 May – 3 June. Two WOW works by Ronnie Tjampitjinpa and Josie Petrick Kemarre grace the foyer alongside works by artists including Shorty Jangala Robertson and artists from Maningrida Arts and Culture and Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation.

Ben Somerville 2013, Finch II, corrugated iron, rivets & polyurethane resin FireWorks at MAYO Arts Festival 2014

FireWorks Gallery is excited to be a part of the MAYO Arts Festival 2014 at St. Margaret's Anglican Girls School in Ascot. We are showing works by artists Alick Sweet, Ben Somerville, Laurie Nilsen, Scott Redford, Michael Eather and artists from Maningrida Arts and Culture.

The exhibition opens Friday 30 May, tickets and information available here.