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Marvel at this kaleidoscope of art work
Who wasn't entranced by a kaleidoscope as a child, peering down the tube, marvelling at the changing patterns and mesmerised by the vibrant colours?
Aspire Gallery in Paddington is hosting an exhibition of four Queensland artists, called Kaleidoscope, that contains a variety of content and colours working in tandem to create a unique viewing experience, like a kaleidoscope of childhood.
The gallery, situated in a charming timber hall on Kennedy Terrace in Paddington, will be host to the works of Marney Bombolas, Genevieve Molineux, Joanne Paine and Kathy Sullivan. Together they will present a "dynamic, evocative, expansive story" of their work of diverse and contrasting subject matter, including swimmers, animals and the human form plus abstract themes.
The exhibition opens Wednesday 3rd June, with the official opening Saturday 6th June 3.00-6.00. The gallery will also host a morning tea Saturday 13th June 10.30-11.30 and a Last Hoorah on Saturday 20th June 3.00-4.00 to close the exhibition.
Aspire Gallery Paddington
All four artists were taught by Master Artist, Marcel Desbiens. Now they come together to present this unique collaboration. The artists promise to provide the viewer with "a diverse range of emotional and thought-provoking experiences".