Expressions of Interest for Exhibiting in 2023
Kinross is looking for expressions of interest from artists and exhibitors for 2023, in all mediums.
As an arts and spirituality centre, Kinross Arts Centre recognises the important role spiritual expression has in authenticating a sense of self, purpose and belonging for many artists.
Art offers solace from a chaotic and anxious world and calls us to an encounter -- a spiritual present which allows both artist and viewer to explore beyond the self. This can manifest in many ways. If you believe themes such as spirituality, wonder, social justice or empathy inform your art, we would like to hear from you.
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Current and Future Exhibitions
20 February – 10 March 2023
Beauty, Love and Reflection
An exhibition by Sorelli:
Rosemary Barnes • Caroline Calway • Mel Campbell • Judy Matear • Valli Munari • Kathryn Tilley
• Contemporary jewellery by Gabrielle Ridgeway
Exploring a common thread in their spiritual response to nature, the love of painting
and the reflective quality of both, this exhibition by women’s arts collective Sorelli,
is a conscious calming reaction to a current world filled with chaos.
Opening event: Thursday, 23 February, 6 – 8 pm.
Special guest Julia Zaetta -- the longest-serving editor in Australia's publishing history
(Better Homes and Gardens, the Australian Woman's Weekly, New Woman and Family Circle).
Tuesday, Feb 28. 11am
• Kathryn Tilley • Valli Munari • Judy Matear
Tuesday, March 7. 11am
• Rosemary Barnes • Caroline Calway • Gabrielle Ridgeway
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Kathryn Tilley (2021), Hedgeley Dene Gardens Malvern, [Oil on Canvas], 43.5cm x 43.5cm Framed. © and image courtesy the artist.
Caroline Calway (2021), Spring [Oil on Canvas],
69 x 83.5cm framed. © and image courtesy the artist.
Melinda Campbell (2022), Senecio Blue with Red, [Oil on Canvas], 50cm x 50cm. © and image courtesy the artist.
Valli Munari (2019), The Most Photographed Hill in Tuscany, [Oil on Canvas],
© and image courtesy the artist.
Rosemary Barnes (2022), Lake Tyrrell [Oil on Canvas], 90cm x 90cm. © and image courtesy
Gabrielle Ridgeway (2022), Lemon Jasper Amethyst Necklace [Handmade Australian Glass and Sterling Silver], Length 50 to 54cm. © and image courtesy the artist.
3 – 21 October 2022
Mon – Fri, 10 am – 3 pm
Spirit in Glass
Glass has an interplay with light that makes it distinctive as a tool for expression. Kinross Arts Centre is celebrating the International Year of Glass with an uplifting exhibition exploring rich aesthetic design by contemporary glass artists. These modern glass objects elicit emotions of wonder and compliment the charming structure of Kinross and its own stained-glass art.
Christopher John, Anne Sorensen,
Charlotte Ward, Marlene Abela, Patrick Wong.
Thursday, October 6, 6–8 pm.
Artist Talk by glass artist Christopher John
Tuesday, October 11, 11am
RSVP essential due to TUC Covid policy.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9829 0340
Proudly supported by Glaas Inc., City of Stonnington,
Australian Centre for Glass Design,
International Year of Glass 2022.
The Dancer by Christopher John
Enamel on Glass platters, by Marlene Abela
Madonna and Child by
KINROSS Christmas Craft Market
Kinross Christmas Craft Market will be running from November 7 – 20. Featuring delightful pieces by a select group of local craft makers, artists, and artisans, this pop-up shop has something for all tastes and budgets. These thoughtfully made artworks and unique finds make perfect Christmas gifts. Browse an assortment of offerings including artwork, jewellery, fine prints, wood, glass, home accessories and stationery. This fundraiser supports our arts centre and local makers.
Monday - Friday 10 am – 3 pm.
Sundays, November 13 and 20, 10.00am - 3.00pm.
*The Manse Café is closed on Sundays.
Masa Hoss (2022) Breathing in Love [sumi ink on mulberry paper], © and image courtesy Masa Hoss. @wisdom.of.black.ink
John Tilbrook (2022) Birds Two [wood], © and image courtesy of Timberings, John Tilbrook
Kossalii (2022) Illu Petit Bag [recycled leather], © and image courtesy Kossalii Design
Lynne Kells (2021) Jewellery [mixed media], © and image courtesy Lynne Kells
Deborah Bowen (2022) Nest Trinket Dishes [glass], © and image courtesy Deborah Bowen
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