Tag Archives: Altar/d Art series

Art Installation by James Drinkwater

James Drinkwater is a Newcastle based painter and sculptor whose richly coloured and textured surfaces explore intimate spaces evoking memory, touch and place. There are shadows, shapes and a sense of presence that are held together with ecstatic delight and joy!

The sixth exhibition in the Altar/d art installation series.
Launch event: Friday 5 October 7–8pm in the Adamstown Uniting Church Auditorium

Exhibition open hours: 9am to 1pm weekdays or by appointment 5 – 30 October 2018.

Feature artwork: Beauty, a pursuit 2017, oil on hardboard,1600x1220mm, James Drinkwater.

Art Installation By Braddon Snape

Braddon Snape is a Newcastle based sculptor who has received wide recognition for his refined approach and use of materials. He has been a finalist in many national competitions and has received a number of important commissions. His current practice is focused on forms made from sheets of inflated steel including this cloud form which… Continue Reading

Art Installation by Lottie Consalvo

Lottie Consalvo is a Newcastle based artist whose practice traverses painting, performance, video, photography and sculpture. Her work explores psychological shifts and how time, place and imagery alter our consciousness. Her paintings evoke states of spiritual significance, evoking moments of stillness, the sensation of falling or loss, as well as the intensity of the present… Continue Reading

Art Installation by Peter Tilley

Launch of the third exhibition in the Altar/d art installation series Peter Tilley is a Newcastle based sculptor who recently competed his PhD studies at the University of Newcastle with a body of work that explores the nature of the shadow through its symbolic and mythic significance. The installation of several of these sculptural figures… Continue Reading

Awabakal – Art installation  by Graham Wilson

Launch of the second exhibition in the Altar/d art installation series Graham Wilson is a Newcastle based artist who works in a variety of medium including painting, drawing, printmaking as well as wood and stone carving. Graham is installing two large wooden carved panels into the Church. They make up a vast panoramic landscape in… Continue Reading

Dirt, Soil, Earth – Art Installation by Penny Dunstan

Penny Dunstan’s installation muses on our moral and ethical responses to dirt, soil and earth. Her work references Hunter area soils, some agricultural, some unfarmed, and some manufactured, to prompt us to question how we might care for our most precious resource, that which grows our food, recycles our waste and makes our air. Dr… Continue Reading

– Our church meets on the traditional lands of the Awabakal people, and we pay our respect to elders both past and present –

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