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Jacky Cheng Visit

The first JSP artist studio visit is now scheduled, please see below for details: Sunday 27th March, 10 am - 12 Fremantle Arts Centre Artist: Jacky Cheng RSVPs essential as the studio only holds 11 people so we will have to break into smaller groups.  

John Curtin Gallery Visit

John Curtin Gallery Building 200A, Curtin University, Perth

The Collectors Club have been invited by our partners the John Curtin Gallery to view the current show, a collaboration with the Perth Festival, Issac Julien. All details below: Sunday April 3rd 11:00 to 1:00 PM John Curtin Gallery, Curtin University The format will be a guided tour with gallery director Chris Malcolm followed by

New city gallery visit

The Collectors Club committee extends an invitation to members to visit Sweet Pea gallery to see a new exhibition by former JSP favourite Nathan Beard. Following we will visit our good friends at the Art Collective where we will be welcomed for a drink while we view the latest show. Details below: Sweet Pea Gallery

Guy Louden

Guy Louden is an Australian artist and curator living in Walyalup Fremantle and born in Toronto. He has founded and managed experimental galleries and curated major (and minor) exhibitions. His artwork has been exhibited in Australian cities, regions, and online. Louden was educated at University of Sydney, University of Manchester, and University of Western Australia.

Amanda Bell

Amanda Bell is an emerging Badimia and Yued artist living and working on Noongar Boodja in Busselton. She began making about 5 years ago as a result of being a stay-at-home carer for her elderly mother. This time in her life was quite isolating and art was an avenue for her to experience and explore

Holly Yoshida

Holly Yoshida (b.1992) is a painter based in Boorloo/ Perth. Her practice is informed by historical painting and the conventions of Still Life, choosing to work in dry brushed oil on panel, employing a grisaille technique and subdued palette as she documents and quietly elevates present day mundanity. The empty room is a recurring motif