Monochrome Exhibition and Interior Design Discussion

Published on 6 Feb 2017 8:13:00 AM

Mitchell Fine Art presents ‘Monochrome’ an exhibition exploring the enduring theme of black and white.

Black and white adds a timeless fine art appeal to an artwork. Painting in black and white focuses an artist to concentrate on the elements of composition and form. The use of a Monochrome theme in a home or office interior can create a timeless and elegant look.

Monochrome Art Exhibition

Showing from 8th March this exhibition showcases artworks from a range of Contemporary and Aboriginal artists who utilize the classic black and white tonal effect. 

Coinciding with the exhibition is a panel discussion with industry experts to be held in the gallery on Thursday 9th March from 6 – 8pm. This is a free event.

Brisbane Interior Designer Claire Stevens will share her styling recommendations for artwork within the home with furniture displayed from Globe West.

Architect Carolyn McLean will discuss how interior design is so integral with architecture and is most successful when the two interact and flow effortlessly.

Monochrome Art Exhibition


If you are thinking of buying artwork for your home or office do not miss this event.


INTERIOR DESIGN DISCUSSION:  Thursday 9th March 2017 6pm - 8pm

EXHIBITION DATES:  8th March – 1st April

Mitchell Fine Art is located at 86 Arthur St, Fortitude Valley with onsite parking available. The exhibition is showing from Wednesday 8th March until Saturday 1st April.

Artworks on display include commanding artworks from established Aboriginal artists such as Lily Kelly Napangardi and Abie Loy Kemarre through to a selection of more accessible smaller works.

The gallery is open Monday to Friday 10am - 5.30pm and Saturday 10am – 5pm. Art enthusiasts can also follow/like the gallery on Facebook and Instagram.

Click here to view the full exhibition.

 

 

An exhibition incorporating diverse collection of Aboriginal and contemporary artworks rounds off the 2019 exhibition calendar.

Congratulations to Mirra Whale on winning the  2019 EMSLA Still Life Art Award.

 

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