The wonderful folk at Small Acres Cyder have decided to team up with The Corner Store Gallery again in 2017 for the annual Orange Wine Festival to bring you the very best art from around the region. This time we are holding a sculpture prize – including all artworks with a 3-dimensional element. The smaller “indoor” sculptures will be displayed at The Corner Store Gallery and the larger “outdoor” or “garden” sculptures will be displayed at the Small Acres Cyder Cellar Door in the outside area.
Make your very own Macrame Wall Hanging on a lovely Saturday "crafternoon". You'll learn a few different knots and go home with your own unique, handmade wall piece! We'll be using thick cotton cord for long lasting strength and endurance.
Freshen up your space this Spring by making your very own Macrame Plant Hanger on a lovely Sunday "crafternoon" just in time for Summer!!! You'll learn a few different knots and go home with your own unique, handmade planter! We'll be using thick cotton cord for long lasting strength and endurance. There will be the option of decorating your hanger with coloured cord as well!
Twist, distort, warp, morph, meld, isolate, melt, solidify, vapourise………….. Aileen and Chris use these expressive forces together with the characteristics of ‘particular’ materials to find sculptural form investigating states of matter and states that matter – the enduring and the fragile.
Find out more about the 2018 Artist Run Gallery Program - please attend this information session run by Madeline Holborow The Corner Store Gallery Director. Madi will be on hand to answer any and all of your questions about this special Gallery event in 2018.
Come and enjoy a lovely afternoon learning how to create your own hand-tied floral display with local florist Megan Claire. Gorgeous Spring blooms and foliage will be provided. Learn how to get the most out of your flowers. We'll provide the refreshments and entertainment, you provide the willingness to learn! You can see the photos from one of our previous workshops with Megan Claire here.
"In this particular series of works, I have reflected on my time spent in the Central West. I have focused mainly on the ever changing afternoon sky, its kaleidoscope of colours, the clouds, its transformative effect on the land and its vastness. It’s about the end of the drive, you’re almost home and nature is putting on its final show before the night sky creeps in." - Fiona Barrett-Clark
This Exhibition "Studies of the Nude" is from the Orange Life Drawing Group which has been meeting weekly for the last 4 years.
X-POSURE features the drawings of 15 artists from the Orange region.
Bring the kids to the gallery these school holidays to learn a new hobby!!! We'll teach them several different weaving techniques and they'll come home addicted! This weather definitely calls for indoor activities, learning to weave will keep them entertained on every wet weather day to come.
Bring the kids to the gallery these school holidays to learn a new hobby!!! We'll teach them several different weaving techniques and they'll come home addicted! This weather definately calls for indoor activities, learning to weave will keep them entertained on every wet weather day to come.
The Portraits group exhibition is our second group exhibition for 2017 which will be on display from June 29 – July 16. Artists are invited to submit a portrait of any medium or dimension. We hope to include a great variety of mediums, styles and subjects. The exhibition will include the most exciting and original artworks submitted for selection from artists and designers from all over Australia. Be creative! Surprise us, we love work that doesn’t quite fit within the box…..
Join exhibiting artist Ruth Stone for a 2-day intensive painting and drawing workshop, focusing on portraiture. You'll work with a live model over the weekend, day 1 will focus on drawing and day 2 on painting.
Stone’s work in the Central West has been concerned with the transient and unpredictable forces of nature and the marks of man on the environment. These works, created in response to her participation in the Hill End Artists in Residence Program in 2014, represent a transition from an abstract to more figurative approach and explore the mysterious forces, layers of time, and ghostly history of this unique village.......
Charles Smith lives and paints in Mudgee, NSW. Charles has been drawing and painting since school but running a bespoke furniture making business in Sydney restricted his art to a hobby. After moving west from Sydney, Charles took up painting full-time in 2016.
On Common Ground is our F.O.O.D. Week 2017 exhibition featuring the work of four artists responding to the local landscape. Jaq Davies and Tonya Graham both live locally, while Ingrid Bowen and Belinda Street come from further afield, with strong connections to the area. Each artist paints with their own unique style, offering beautiful and varied interpretations of our surroundings.
An action painter, Lara’s work is produced in an Abstract Expressionist style that explore developed experimental techniques and processes. Lara builds up each work using a variety of media creating depth through transparent layers that reveal hidden dioramas.