Egg & Dart artists Gabrielle Adamik, Aaron Fell-Fracasso and Christopher Zanko along with E&D friend Paul Ryan are featured in the current issue of Country Style Magazine. Kind words about the gallery and beautiful photos, thank you to writer Penny Carroll and photographer Tony Amos.
We’re excited to present the sixth edition of The E&D Xmas Show! Remember there is no pre-sales or pre-views (except a few sneaky Insta posts)! Follow us here: https://www.instagram.com/egganddart/ Line up at 6pm, Friday the 7th December to get your hands on the best chrissy gift you can get - ART!!!
Aaron Fell-Fracasso and Christopher Zanko's works is included in Hazelhurst's Regional Gallery's exhibition Life in Working Art, an exhibition presenting a diverse selection of works from the Gallery's installation team.
Co-curated by Wollongong Art Gallery and Aaron Fell-Fracasso, Here + Now celebrates the diverse and unique creative energy of the Wollongong region and includes works by Jessica Cochrane, Tex Crick, Ebony Eden, Misha Harrison, India Mark, Paige Northwood, Nick Santoro and Christopher Zanko.
Sixteen artists question the value we invest in places, spaces and objects from everyday life. Sentiment is a co-curated exhibition that explores notions of sentimentality that exists in the realms of imagination and personal experience. Artists were invited to shape and express their thoughts on the things that create emotional connection and disconnection. Using a variety of media, the works move between light and dark, fact and fiction, interest and disengagement.
For the fourth year in a row The Egg & Dart Xmas Show yet again drew a queue of anticipating visitors at opening night. With 30 artists and 200 works, the familiar theme of 12 x 12 cm artworks in all kinds of different media are dressing the walls from floor to ceiling. We are also super excited to have artist Rosie Deacon's Fun Foam Koalas added to the mix this year. Last day of the exhibition is 24th December.
The Egg and Dart Gallery finds inspiration and provocation in being a gallery outside of the large cities that, historically, have been perceived as the most important centres of art. The gallery is located in Thirroul, a village on the coast between Sydney and Wollongong. The area has a distinct history that inflects the practices of artists that work in the area, but has also, historically, looked to the north for sustenance. However, this model of dependence is being thoroughly challenged.