Launched by the Honourable Mark Butler MP, this unique exhibition captures the incredible diversity of Port Adelaide and the Lefevre Peninsula by showcasing the modern landscape that is the region today.
The display includes impressive works by Adelaide's Sue Smith Photography, Auntie Annette Gai Boreham (Sparrow) and Lindsay Kilminster.
When captured through the photographer's lens, Port Adelaide and the Lefevre Peninsula offers incredible wildlife, including world famous Port River Dolphins and migratory bird populations, amazing old buildings from the mid 1800s, as well as industry and landscapes in a microcosm of diversity rarely seen elsewhere.
Sue Smith did not hesitate to show some of the environmental problems in her works, but generally this exhibition celebrates everything that is special and beautiful about Port Adelaide and the Lefevre.
Additionally Auntie Annette Gai Boreham (Sparrow) and Lindsay Kilminster have select offerings of their incredible acrylics and oils on canvas.
There is nowhere like Port Adelaide and ASSP Gallery is proud to present this exhibition in the heart of the Port, just by the famous Black Diamond Corner.
The exhibition is now open until Tuesday 26th of July, 2016. The gallery is open Sunday to Friday, 12 noon to 5pm and Saturday by bookings only. Works will be rotated periodically to keep the exhibition fresh.
Selected displayed works are available sale, from postcard size, all the way to A5 and where possible, in widths up to 5 metre.
ASSP Gallery also offers guided tours through the heart of the Port, sharing its history and related stories to visitors from inside and outside of Port Adelaide.
For more information on this exhibition, please visit assp.suesmithphotography.com.au or call 0412 924 696