You’ll find the Nexus Gallery nestled in the historical Old Butter Factory complex. It is run solely by volunteers and is an important exhibition and gathering place for local artists and friends.
The Nexus Community Gallery hosts four members’ group shows each year, one of which is the Members’ Art Prize. The remainder of the year the gallery features month-long exhibitions by solo artists or groups of artists.
There are two exhibition spaces: The Main Gallery and The Studio.
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HEAT ….. the spontaneous flow of energy
The Shard Sisters
The Shard Sisters, Deb Grigg-Hawkes, Parma Keft, Gloria Malone, Jane Northway, Cath O’Gorman and Anne Reilly, are all local and well-known ceramic artists who have once again collaborated to bring together this exhibition.
This exchange of energy, from one person to another, one medium to another is a significant part of our daily lives, and very little would exist on earth without it, whether in our personal lives, in community, in art, nature, science or industry.
Heat has specific and significant meaning in the context of ceramics, and is also relevant in relation to other mediums showcased in this exhibition.
Each of the featured artists speak about their personal inspiration, motivation and creativity in their individual artist statements displayed adjacent to their exhibited works.
Eight Angry Women
Maryanne Khan will be exhibiting recent abstract works and a series of portraits in the studio gallery. In the face of life’s little trials and tribulations, ‘Eight Angry Women’ celebrates a few of the fairer sex who have an axe to grind.
The Bellingen Community Arts Council Members Summer Exhibition
Visit the Nexus Community Gallery
Open 7 Days a week
Old Butter Factory, Doepel St Bellingen NSW
Hours: 10 am until 4.30 pm
Phone: (02) 6655 9222
Administrator: Andy Livemore
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