The cannery welcomes another opportunity to showcase the talented artists frmo around Esperance. This time it is a celebration of movement and experience.
The exhibition ‘Art in Motion’ involves 40 contemporary artists working individually and collaboratively to bring innovative art and new ideas to Esperance.
In a first of its kind exhibition, the evolving nature of the artists’ studio practices will be showcased across two gallery spaces at the Cannery, with artists changing works over midway through the show.
Viewers are encouraged to visit on opening night for food and refreshments plus live music by Mousey, plus revisit after 8 days to see an updated exhibition. The launch is at the Cannery on Saturday 25 August.
Showcasing work by Allira Henderson, Ash Flynn, Bevan Thompson, Bernadette Pokela, Cindy Poole, Daniel Seinor, Esti Nagy, Gaye Graham, Grover Bradley, Forest Bradley, Isabel Trneny, Jaimen Hudson, Jason Holmes, Jason Wooldridge, Jenny Dickinson, Jen Morcombe, Joe Young, Larry Youngson, Leather Wood & Wool, Marcia Leonard, Mousey Stewart, Mylene Van Heijster, Naomi Stanitzki, Sarsby Martin, Selena Rolton, Speedline Art, Steve Cooke, Susi Watson, Tim Fewings, Robyna Martin, The Morcombes and more.