Chrissie Cotter Gallery
Inner West Council's Chrissie Cotter Gallery is located in Pidcock Street, Camperdown, next to Camperdown Commons and is available for exhibitions and cultural events by individuals and organisations.
When in use, gallery opening hours are Thursday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm unless otherwise stated.
Entry is free and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.
What's on at the gallery?
Exhibition title: There's No Place Like Home
Artists: Martin Walsh, John O'Driscoll, Sandy Parfitt and Sean Buckland
Image: Artist Martin Walsh - Angry Cars
There's No Place Like Home is an eclectic mix of oil paintings, collage, drawings, pen and ink, illustrated books and keepsakes.
This group show was initiated by local artist Martin Walsh, collage artist and illustrator of books. Trained at the respected Julian Ashton Art Academy in London, Martin has had many exhibitions in Sydney and has sold works internationally. Martin also trained in picture framing at the Rowley Gallery in Kensington.
Artist John O'Driscoll is the creator of the Newtown Last Supper at the Newtown Mission Jordon Café. In 1985 John helped to found the legendary Gunnery artist squat in Woolloomooloo. John stayed at the Gunnery exhibiting his oils and drawings, performing and co-organising until 1991. More recently John has embraced digital image editing, layouts and video.
Sandy Parfitt is an oil painter as well as a clothing, accessories and jewellery designer. She is well known for her Dancing Daffodils paintings.
Also on exhibition will be Sean Buckland's work including 'Teeth and Hat'.
Exhibition opening night: Thursday 21 March 2019, 6pm to 8pm
General exhibition hours: Thursdays to Sundays, 11am to 4pm
For further information about the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, phone Anthia Hart on (02) 9392 5866 or email email@example.com