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Got a chance to catch the show before it closed last week.
Had the company of some of my FAV art-lovers.

Well it has been quite a few years since I have had a chance to make new art. When invited to be a part of Off The Kerb’s COVID19 show I jumped at the chance.


Last 2 days of the affordable art Christmas show at Red Gallery.
Last chance to pick up a local work for someone special.


Red Gallery has an affordable art Christmas show opening tonight.
6pm – 8pm.
Come along and have a look. Also open some Sundays in December.

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‘Tis (almost) the season to be jolly…
Red Gallery are having their annual Christmas show. Put it in your diary especially of all those someone’s-who-have-everything. Everyone loves a bit of ART in their stocking!


This year is set to be Fairfield Primary School’s biggest event ever with over 140 local, well-known and collectable artists exhibiting. Plus more than 50 local designers showcasing their gorgeous, handmade goods, jewellery, textiles, home wares and artist prints in our Gallery Shop.

Now in its 19th year, this fantastic art show and family festival has become a much-anticipated event among the local community. We would love you to join us at our Gala Evening on Saturday, 10 September – or another time during the event (see below).

We have attached an invitation which you can share with family and friends. Also attached are some Art4All images you may want to share on social media. We hope to see you during Art4All; and we’ll be back in touch after the event to let you know how it all went!

Preview Night, Friday 9th September (6-9pm) – be the first to browse and purchase works (free entry).

Gala Evening, Saturday 10th September (7-11pm) – join other artists, designers and local community members and enjoy: champagne, canapés, music, and awarding of art prizes in a great night of entertainment and art for adults ($25).

Family Day, Sunday 11 September (10am-3pm) – 5 hours of fun art activities for kids, with workshops changing hourly ($15), a free art trail, children’s gallery, café; and the Trash Test Dummies live performance ($15).

You can book tickets and find out more at:

One show closes and another appears on the horizon.
Fairfeild Primary’s annual Art show is on this September (9th – 11th).

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Last day of the Redball exhibition at Red Gallery in North Fitzroy.

Last night’s opening at Red Gallery. Thank you to everyone who came along. Show is on till the 6th August. Lots of great work for those who love footy (and some for those who are not so keen too).

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Have been quiet recently with the birth of my first child and my studio still not inhabitable since I moved rooms. So, as an apology here is an invite to a great stencil exhibition in Upwey. Great excuse for a trip out of the city.


100 CATS
A Group Exhibition in support of Ingrid’s Haven. We will be collecting provisions and donating proceeds to Ingrid’s Haven – a not for profit, no kill, cat shelter. The shelter needs cat toys, treats, soft bedding, wet food and high quality dry food (please do not bring super market dry food because of the high salt content in it which destroys the kidneys). Please bring your donations with you to the gallery.

We’d like to thank The Cat Motel for their support. If you purchase an artwork, your name will go into the draw to win a $100 voucher for your cat to stay at The Cat Motel.
In ancient Egypt cats were considered to be sacred, with the goddess Bastet often depicted in cat form, taking on the war-like aspect of a lioness.  Ancient religions believed that cats are exalted souls, companions or guides for humans that they are all-knowing but are mute so they cannot influence decisions made by humans. In Japan, the Maneki-neko is a cat that is a symbol of good fortune. Freyja, the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility in Scandinavian mythology, is depicted as riding a chariot drawn by cats. Likewise, many cultures have negative superstitions about cats. There is a belief that a black cat crossing one’s path leads to bad luck, or that cats are a witch’s familiar, used to augment that witch’s powers and skills.  Today, cat lovers obsessively share photos of their beloved felines on various social media sites sparking the internet craze of cats like Grumpy Cat, Colonel Meow and Cooper.

Friday 5 September  6pm – 9pm

5 – 19 September 2014

Aaron Billings | Barek | Basak Savcigil | Cameron Brideoake | Caragh Brooks | Caroline Lejeune | Chantelle Key | Charlie Chamma | Christiana Aprozeanu | Damien van Ewijk |David Lee Pereira | DEV | Dirty Feminist | Dominik Krupinski | Eddie Botha | Emily Wright | Emma Hampton | Erin Greer | Ero | Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison | Ha-Ha | I & the Others | Jacqueline Gwynne | Kat Scarlet | Kirsty Fletcher | Launa Winship | Liam Snootle | Lilly Lowrey | Liz Gridley | Lobster Juice | Lorena Monsalves | Luka Va | Marcomatic |Marta Tesoro | Matto Lucas | Minela Krupic | Mitch Vane | Mulga | Nareeda Lewers | OOKNOW | Rebecca Nanfro | Ryan McGennisken | Sally Land | Shawn Lu | Sian Song | Skye Williams | Suzannah Griffith | Tayla Broekman | Thirty60 | thepeatreecollective | Tony Tran | Trish Leone | Tristan Davies


Off the Kerb
Gallery & Studios
66B Johnston Street
Collingwood 3066
Thurs | Fri 12.30pm-6:00pm
Sat | Sun 12:00-5:00pm
T   (03) 9077 0174
M  0400 530 464


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For those of you in Melbourne, come along for the opening of this great group show at Off The Kerb. Friday 5th September, 6 – 9 pm.


Just ask Time Out review

And a sneak preview of some of the works.

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the peatree collective by The Pea Tree Collective (above)

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by Ha ha / Regan Tamanui (above)

Tayla Broekman by Tayla Broekman (above)

Emma Hamptonby Emma Hampton (above)

Lorena Monsalves by Lorena Monsalves (above)



10247260_643427285710621_5545385267842231175_n What a great opening night at Off the Kerb..
Fabulous show – thank you and congratulations to Shini and curator Dan Dealy. My photos of the evening are a disaster so I have, once again, borrowed liberally from Facebook (this time courtesy of Maggie Bird – thank you).

More of the antics here and all of the art works here.
Show is on until 25th April.

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Some really great pieces on show at Off the Kerb’s 7th birthday show – on now. A particular favourite of mine was these over-sized cardboard box spider figures by Luke Boslem. They have been fantastically installed in the terrace-house stairs of the gallery.

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Liam Milner

Bit of a sneak preview of some of the works in the CREATurE group show opening tomorrow night at Off the Kerb. Curated by Dan Dealy. (Thanks Shini – have liberally borrowed from Facebook!)

More info here.

Mulga The Artist, Regan Tamanui, Robert Jenkins, Dev Ravenga and Nick Wheeler

Mulga The Artist, Regan Tamanui, Robert Jenkins, Dev Ravenga and Nick Wheeler

Luke Boslem

Luke Boslem

Robert Jenkins

Robert Jenkins

Paul Dew and Erin Greer

Paul Dew and Erin Greer

Big thank you to everyone who came along.


Am back in the studio, so new works soon.


Hope 2011 is a whole lot of fun for everyone…