Chrissie Cotter Gallery
About the Chrissie Cotter Gallery
Inner West Council's Chrissie Cotter Gallery is located in Pidcock Street, Camperdown, next to Camperdown Commons. Since 1996, the gallery has hosted art exhibitions and cultural events by individuals and organisations.
When in use, gallery opening hours are Thursday to Sunday, 11am–4pm unless otherwise stated. See the current exhibition details below.
Entry is free and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.
What's on at the gallery
Artists: Sally Mowbray
Flooded Field (2015)
Floral Shadow is a new group of paintings exploring flower and leaf motifs originating from wallpaper, embroidery and nature.
The work looks for ways to combine the various sensibilities of the motifs using a collage approach to bring the compositions together on the canvas.
The stitches in the textile sources come through in some of the work along with a look of disintegration of antique textiles influencing some of the ideas.
The shadows in the work tend to drift behind the images and serve as a ground and a shallow depth of field. They act as secondary images in the painting and refer to the aspects of flowers that operate on a psychological level.
Much of this work was made during a residency I was very grateful to have at the Whites Creek Cottage Studios in Lilyfield.
- Exhibition dates: Thursday 7 September – Sunday 17 September
- Opening reception and drinks: Sunday 10 September, 2 – 5pm
- Gallery hours: Thursday to Sunday, 11am – 4pm
- Website: Sally Mowbray's website
Applications for Chrissie Cotter Gallery 2018 program
Applications for the Chrissie Cotter Gallery program open Wednesday 2 August 2017 and close 5pm, Monday 2 October 2017.
Inner West Council provides the Chrissie Cotter Gallery for use as a free gallery space and encourages innovative and contemporary forms of art and cultural expression by emerging and established artists and cultural workers. The exhibitions may be solo or group shows and priority is given to quality, contemporary, exhibitions with thematic directions which examine issues of relevance to contemporary art and/or the local communities.
The Chrissie Cotter Gallery is located in the heart of the inner west, situated between the tennis courts and the Camperdown Commons on Pidcock Street, Camperdown.
For further information, please contact Arts and Cultural Development on (02) 9335 2280 or email email@example.com
For further information about the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, contact (02) 9335 2280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org