Date published: 17/09/2013
Artsource is proud to be taking part in this year’s St Hilda’s Contemporary Art Fair, a unique opportunity to showcase the visual arts and extend our network of friends and supporters.
Chief Executive Gavin Buckley explained “Artsource is very much looking forward to participating in the 2013 St Hilda’s Contemporary Art Fair, a respected visual arts event featuring a number of Western Australia’s artists and galleries.”
“Western Australia is home to an incredible breath of artistic talent and Artsource is always looking for new ways to foster new audiences and supporters,” he continued.
“Importantly, the Art Fair will allow Artsource to welcome new friends and art enthusiasts to our growing circle of Artsource Patrons. As a not-for-profit organisation, Patrons enable our valuable work helping the visual artists to flourish and provide an engaged audience for our members and their work.”
Artsource will be showcasing a diverse range of 2D and 3D artworks by Artsource members, including Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Ayad Alqaragholli, Penny Bovell, Claire Brooks, Claire Bushby, Jillian Ciemitis, Sue Codee, Melanie Diss, Robert Ewing, Miik Green, Tony Jones, Krocette, Bethamy Linton, Pippa McManus, Jennie Nayton, Ron Nyisztor, Shelley Piang-Nee, Amanda Shelsher, Alex Spremberg, Joanna Sulkowski, Leah Tarlo and Hayley Welsh.
The St Hilda's Contemporary Art Fair is taking place from 20 - 22 September, for full event details click here or to view a selection of artwork available for sale click here.