Saturday afternoon saw lots of familiar faces coming to check out the opening of the latest exhibitions at Arts Project Australia.
In the front gallery space Arts Project artist Cam Noble‘s self-titled solo show greeted guests with a range of recent figurative works. Noble presents a broad range of subjects including pop and television stars and other celebrities, as well as people engaging in every day activities. His fluid unrestrained drawing technique adds a personal energy, creating his own vision of his subjects.
Further into the gallery, Signature Style presented large-scale paintings by a group of Arts Project artists whose work is easily identifiable due to their distinctive style. Curated by Sim Luttin, the selection of works highlight stylistic elements and subject matter favoured by each creator.
This exhibition features works by Alvaro Alverez, John Bates, Robert Brown, Ian Gold, Miles Howard-Wilks, Adrian Lazzarro, Warren O’Brien, Anthony Romagnano, Rebecca Scibilia, Laura Sheehan, Megan Sloan and Cathy Staughton, and runs until 30 April 2016.
Arts Project artists Jodie and Cam Noble with staff member Penny Hunt.
Arts Project artists Rebecca Scibilia, Cathy Staughton and Cam Noble representing their signature styles.
Arts Project artist Miles Howard-Wilks with his underwater work for Signature Style.
Long term Arts Project supporters Bernie Bedford and Anne Stonehouse.
Graham Meadowcroft from Art Guide Australia opening the exhibitions with Executive Director Sue Roff and Auslan interpreter and long term Arts Project supporter Ben Richardson.