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Hayden Dewar 2018

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Michelle Pereira 2018

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FRONT & BACK GALLERY

WASTELAND OF THE GODS
by Hayden Dewar

In the days of believing if you sailed far enough you would fall off the edge of the earth, Mythologies helped to make sense of this crazy world. But such beliefs dwindled as we moved toward the Age of Enlightenment. “Wasteland of the Gods” imagines a desolate and unknown dimension where these obsolete mythological beings have been banished. A place where these once revered legends now exist as wounded figments of a collective unconscious. A mirror to the metaphysical wounds of modern humans, self inflicted by the icy embrace of science, the synthetic kiss of commerce and the middle finger to myth.

 

SIDE GALLERY

TALES AND WEAPONRY
by Michelle Pereira

Michelle Pereira presents in her debut solo exhibition illustrations of tales, rhymes and WWW (women wielding weapons).

 

UPSTAIRS GALLERY

HUMAN & ALMOST 
by Leigh Hewitt

Friends. Family. Kitsch objects and whatever is kicking around the studio. A Taiwanese traffic directing robot. 

Standard human fascination with other people is the basis of a lot of my paintings, and many of the paintings which are not portraits are of objects that are themselves the result of the caveman instinct to represent mankind by whatever method available, crude or refined. 

 

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