ABSTRACTING THE COLLECTION
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
27 July – 28 September 2013
Abstracting the Collection explores a variety of approaches to abstraction in contemporary painting, from the optical to the conceptual. Linked by an emphasis on the grid or repeated pattern and a lyrical, textural approach to colour and form, works take inspiration from a variety of sources including nature, textile design and from data collected from books and texts.
Featuring works from the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art – including artists Cathy Blanchflower, Elizabeth Coats, Debra Dawes, Eveline Kotai and Lisa Wolfgramm; new work from artist Siné MacPherson and key paintings by renowned Western Australian artists Michele Theunissen and Helen Smith.
2013 CITY OF ARMADALE MINNAWARRA ART AWARD
Eveline is this year’s winner of the Gerry Gauntlett Award for her piece Thrum #2. More information here.
EHDO QUARTERS is an after hours gallery run by EARTHHOUSE DESIGN OFFICE. It exhibits four artists per year. The first exhibition of 2013 opens on Friday April 19, 6-8pm, with new work by EVELINE KOTAI
Wed, Thurs, Fri evenings, 5-7pm &
Weekends 12-5pm, or by appointment
Exhibiton runs until May 19.
CLOSING DRINKS FROM 3pm SUNDAY MAY 19
48 Watkins Street, White Gum Valley
ph: 9336 2426
BLAKE TOURING EXHIBITION: JEWISH MUSEUM
The 61st Blake Prize is currently touring. In Melbourne, the exhibition will run from March 17 to July 28 at the Jewish Museum of Australia in East St. Kilda.
SECOND SUNDAY STUDIOS
Eveline will be exhibiting as part of a program of exhibitions to be held on the second Sunday of every month, as will her husband Giles Hohnen. Visit PEP studio (Eveline Kotai, Penny Coss & Penny Bovell) on May 12th and November 10th, 2013, between 11am and 4pm. Or visit by appointment by contacting Eveline.
Unit 6/21 Emplacement Crescent
BLAKE PRIZE WINNER
Eveline Kotai is co-winner – with Fabian Astore – of the 2012 Blake Prize for her piece Writing on Air – Mantra Triptych.
Details from the image:
- Read an interview with Eveline at The Modernity Project.
- Paintings from Eveline’s stockroom currently on view at Squarepeg in Fremantle.
8 August - 8 September, 2012
Exhibition online here.