Summary of 2006

13th – 24th December, 2006

‘H2O’ Exhibition
Artists: Eva Boogaard underwater photos, Peter Mortimer above water photos, Kira Frasier jeweller, Michelle McNeil sea sculptures
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 10am-2pm, Wednesday – Sunday 7-9pm


28th November – 10th December, 2006

‘V by X’
Artists: Ros Charron, Lew Willis, Marisa Tindall, Cindy Watson, Anna-Mair Francis, Eva Boodaard, Tara Conradt, Sue Williams, Lesley Byfield, Anne Muller
The artists are exhibiting their new work at the blend(er) gallery

Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 10am-2pm, Wednesday – Sunday 7-9pm


11th-27th November, 2006

‘Hot Summer Day’
The Joondalup Community Arts Association is pleased to present its Members’ Exhibition
This exhibition is showcasing an array of talent from our association.

Opening hours: Tueesday – Friday 10am-2pm, Wednesday – Sunday 7-9pm


5th-9th November, 2006

‘DADAA Reflections’
Artwork by DADAA North members
Showcasing original artworks by DADAA North members from the Artlink, Integrate and HACC programs
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 10am-2pm, Saturday 6pm-9pm


21th October – 3rd November, 2006

‘Initiations’
Paintings by Sean Conway
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 am-2 pm, Wednesday – Sun 7-9pm


17th – 20th October, 2006

Michelle Ryan
Paintings and drawings
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 am-2 pm, 7pm-9pm


10th – 15th October, 2006

‘DADAA Fremantle’
Paintings and drawings
The artwork was created during Mental Health Week 2006 by members of the Clarkson and the Joondalup Mental Health Clinics.
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am. – 2 pm


4th – 8th October, 2006

‘Miracle of Creation’
Josephine Douglas’ paintings
Josephine’s inspiration and passion comes from her love of nature, which contiually drives her to capture and express this beauty.
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am. – 2 pm

Wednesday 7-9pm, Thursday – Fiday 10.30am – 9pm, Saturday 10.30am – 9pm, Sunday 12-6pm


26th September – 1th October, 2006

‘Inner Space’
Exhibition by Kristine Hanson.Joondalup Community Arts Association proudly presents its Members’ Exhibition
Opening hours: Wednesday – Friday, 10am -2 pm

Wednesday – Friday, 2pm – 7 pm.

Saturday – Sunday 3-6pm.


19th – 24th September, 2006

‘Exposure 06’
Paintings of Maria Bowers and her past and present students.
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 10am – 2pm,

Thursday – Saturday 7pm – 9pm.


13th – 17th September, 2006

‘Year 12 Student Exhibition’
Montessori School Kingsley
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday,
10 am. – 2 pm.


30th August – 10th September, 2006

‘Colour My World’
Joondalup Community Arts Association proudly presents its Members’ Exhibition
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 3-7 pm.

Wed – Friday, 10am – 2pm

Wednesday – Sunday 3-7pm.


9th – 26th August, 2006

‘DOZEN’
Twelve Artists from the Joondalup Community Arts Association Committee,
have come together to display their art. This exhibition is just a small example of the talented artists within the JCAA.
This exhibition is just a small way to show our appreciation and thanks for all their hard work.
So please take this great opportunity to come along and show your support,
and to see what our community art gallery is all about.
Opening hours:

Wed – Friday, 10am – 2pm

Friday & Saturday nights, 6pm – 9pm


July 28 – Aug 5, 2006

‘Wool on Parade’
Textile artists Sherron Wake, Jan Stroud and others display their stunning hand-crafted felt and textile garments, including hats, bags, shoes and wraps.
Opening hours:

Wed – Fri 10am – 2pm

Saturday 11 – 5pm


July 19th – 26th, 2006

‘The Magic of Nature’
Emerging indigenous artist Deborah Bonar brings a vibrant collection of acrylic paintings, ink drawings and digital prints to the blend(er) gallery for an exhibition that highlights the magical beauty of Australian wildflowers, native animals and organic materials such as bush nuts and seeds.

As a qualified graphic designer, Deborah has worked for many years in the printing and graphic design industry, plus freelance work on Aboriginal graphic design projects, and has recently begun experimenting with painting again.

Deborah’s work Lily’s Country has been accepted into the 23rd Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award (Darwin), opening on 11 August 2006.

The exhibition will be open:

Wed – Friday, 10am – 2pm
also Fri – Sunday 2pm – 8pm


July 5 – 13, 2006

‘Toogarr: Traditional art & stories of the Bibbullmun people’
As part of the City of Joondalup’s NAIDOC week events, reknowned aboriginal
artist, Toogarr Morrison presents indigenous history & stories of the Bibbullman
as part of his masters research into the traditional art of the South-West
Australia.
For further information contact: 9400 4203
The exhibition will be open:

Wed – Friday, 10am – 2pm, Sat – Sun 2 – 5pm


June 21 – July 1, 2006

‘NSart & friends’
An exhibition of works by Amanda Kirk, founder of Northern suburbs art (NSart) and other members including BArts graduates of 2005
at ECU Mt Lawley. Includes live installation, video, multimedia, mixed media, paintings, prints, drawings, script and lyrics. Exposing un-institutional
works and uninhibited expression of youth and northern suburbs culture.

The exhibition will be open:

Wed – Sat, 6pm – 9pm


June 7 – 18, 2006

‘Earth, Fire & Water’
Our 2nd JCAA Members’ Exhibition for 2006, featuring many local northern suburb artists with a rich and diverse array of artworks.

Official Opening Wednesday 7th June @ 7pm.
All are welcome to come and launch the show. This exhibition coincides with the blend(er) gallery’s
2nd Birthday – yes, we have been open for 2 years now!!! Come & help us celebrate.

The exhibition will be open:

Wed – Friday 10am – 2pm

also Wed – Sunday 3 – 7pm (from Thurs 8th June)


May 26 – June 2, 2006

‘Together’

Prominent local artists Ros Blackburn, Judith Tubby, Lynne Mettam, Malcolm Hamilton, Sean Conway,
Angie Beck, Glen Hughes, Anne Muller, Judy Rogers
and Lynne Cochrane have come together to exhibit their stunning and diverse artworks.Come in and browse, entry is free and all artworks are for sale. Exhibition hours:
Wed – Friday, 10am – 2pm


May 1 – 21, 2006

‘Beneath the Surface’

New mixed-media paintings by local artist Sean Conway, an expression of the beauty of nature and our world – and where our deepest feelings lie.”The myriad wonders in shape, colour and form; endless motion and movement; all the layers of experience in the microcosm and macrocosm of our universe, and the music, words and meanings that envelope us – all are inspiring. Wave forms ofline and colour, and archetypal shapes and references dominate my work. Colour and energy, reminders of what is most sacred about life..” Sean says of his work. Exhibition hours:
Wed – Friday, 6pm – 9pm
Sat & Sunday, 12 – 9pm


April 25 – 30, 2006

‘Middle’

A joint exhibition of paintings and digital prints by Gily Levy and Jean Pierre Carbonne. Gily Levy presents a collection of acrylic paintings influenced by Jewish mysticism, the Hebrew language and the Kabbalah. Gily migrated from Israel in 2004 and is now a practicing artist and art instructor in the northern suburbs of Perth.
Moroccan born Jean Pierre Carbonne (Yoseph, in Hebrew) is a passionate artist whose concern for political stability, particularly in Israel, is featured in his artwork. Yoseph’s work includes digitally reproduced watercolour caricatures and self-portraits, some romantic, some macarbe. A sense of childishness is mixed with political undertones in an exhibition that is very unique, and affordable.

Exhibition hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 3.30 – 8.30 pm


April 12 – 23, 2006

‘Global Images by Arthur Wicks’

The City of Joondalup & the Joondalup Community Arts Association present Global Images by Arthur Wicks. Featuring large-scale montages of photographs, the exhibition presents a spherical perspective, the circular images show cities as if they were individual planets. Images are made up of many small photographs, collaged together to express the image as a whole.
Exhibition hours:
Wed – Sun, 3pm – 7pm
We will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday


April 6-7, 2006

‘ Deck Art’

The City of Joondalup’s ‘Deck Art Project’ showcases local youth graffiti and mural artwork. Utilizing the medium of aerosol and pen paint the artistshave transformed blank wooden skate board decks into true works of contemporary art.Exhibition hours:
Thursday – Friday, 2pm – 9pm.


March 24 – April 2, 2006

‘ When Artists Gather’

Mix and mingle at the blend(er) gallery and be inspired by the originality and diversity of local artworks by members of the Joondalup Community Arts Association. ‘When Artists Gather’ is feast for your eyes with a splash of every colour, shape and medium you can imagine.
Exhibition hours:

Wednesday – Sunday, 3pm – 7pm.

Special Joondalup Festival opening times:
Friday 24 – Sun 26 March, 12 – 9pm


February 24, 2006 – March 18, 2006

‘ The Colours of Nature ‘

Peter Mortimer & Eva Boogaard first met as members of Perth’s oldest dive club, (Underwater Explorers) in the mid 80’s. Now, 20 years on, they met again and discover a mutual interest in photography. They have combined their photographs to bring you ‘THE COLOURS OF NATURE’, an exhibition of West Australian images from above and below the ocean, which they hope will stir your emotions
Exhibition hours:
Wednesday – Saturday, 3pm – 9pm.


February 6, 2006 – February 23, 2006

‘ A Kaleidoscope of Images’

This exhibition displays photographic works by Peter Hayes.
Peter displays an impressive collection of graphically enhanced photographic work. His works are printed on large format canvases.He works with panoramic lense to create his series of works. Come along to Peter’s show and ask him about his technique and style, let him share some of his trade secrets with you. Exhibition hours:

Daily from Monday 6th Feb – 13th Feb, 4.30pm – 9pm.Also Thursday 16th Feb – Saturday 18th Feb, 4.30 – 9pm.


January 10, 2006 – January 17, 2006

‘ Species And Scenes Through The Lense ‘

This exhibition displays photographic works from George Bingham’s life, travels and work. Depicting the natural colours, shapes and behaviour of species and places as art form. Directly concentrated through the lense for maximum impact to arouse interest and awareness. Exhibition hours:
Daily from 3pm – 9pm.


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