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I spent last night after work checking out 2 very different exhibition openings in the Melbourne CBD. Firstly I dropped by Edmund Pearce Gallery to see new work from Dianna Wells. This was a fantastic show, but due to the shear amount of people in attendance it was impossible for me to get photos. I highly recommend you get down to Edmund Pearce to check it out.
The second show I got along to was the Image Science sponsored, Creature Feature exhibition at No Vacancy Gallery in QV. Upon arrival I was again a bit overwhelmed at the turn out of people which as you will see, made for some creative (read:horrible) shooting angles. We here at Image Science printed a good proportion of the work for this show with a good mix of print work and original artwork on display throughout the gallery. A very broad mix of styles on display making for an interesting exhibition overall.
Artists featured in the show are Amz Kelso, Ash Riley, Belinda Suzette, Ben Weatherall, Colm Flynn, Emma Leonard, Daniel Aitkinso, Dev Ravenga, Fabian Hernandez, Jacqueline Gwynne, Jodee Talyah, Josephine Dempsey, Kitty Poduska, Lachlan Millard, Liam Pettet, Lisa Currie, Natalie Hallam, Neil Sanders, Pixie Barnett-Noor, Pod Poduska. Shannon Keane, Sharnee Taylor, Soft Science, Stephanie Kelso and Taras Semenenko.
Anyhow, check out the pictures for yourself and get along if you can.
A big congratulations to all involved and to Amz Kelso for her curating and hard work in making this exhibition a success. I strongly urge you all to get on down to No Vacancy to check this show out before it closes on the 16th of September, 2012.
Image Science is always open to discussing sponsorship of similar events in some form. If you are planning an event and think we can help, why not give us a call on (03) 9329 4522.
- Jeff R -
Thanks for the profiles. I knew there would be a difference because everything I've read said there would be, but I guess seeing is believing. Even though I expected a difference I'm astonished at the difference in output quality - well worth the expense.