EXHIBITION | 'Primaveral' Group Show
2nd September - 3rd October 2020
As we move into spring Mitchell Fine Art presents an eclectic exhibition of artworks that celebrates the resilience of our artistic community.
2020 has set a number of challenges that have altered our world immeasurably. One thing that hasn’t changed is that artists continue to create and find new meaning in their work.
Peter Hudson 'Flying at Night' 35 x 30cm oil on board
‘Primaveral’ is defined as ‘of or taking place in early spring’ therefore it is only fitting that the change in season is the perfect time to discover what creations have evolved during these times.
From pop art to delicate still lifes, ‘Primaveral’ explores a range of genres, times, themes and forms.
Artists include: Ann Thomson, Bernard Ollis, Carlos Barrios, David Hayes, Deirdre Bean, Franck Gohier, George Gittoes, Jeff Makin, Margaret Loy Pula, Matthew Cheyne, Min-Woo Bang, Mirra Whale, Peter Hudson, Steve Lopes, Stewart MacFarlane, Adrian Jungala Robertson, Annalisa Ferraris, Idris Murphy, Kenny Pittock, Kim Wilson, and Maximilian Daniels.
The exhibition is showing from 2nd September – 3rd October. An opening celebration will be held on Saturday 12th September from 2pm.
This is a free event, with RSVP’s required. Due to the current border restrictions not, all artists will be able to attend.
Mitchell Fine Art is located at 86 Arthur St, Fortitude Valley Brisbane. The gallery is open 6 days a week; Monday to Friday 10am - 5.30pm and Saturday 10am - 5pm, with onsite parking available.
Mitchell Fine Art is a large venue and there is ample room to view exhibitions safely, and the gallery staff are practising safe social interaction.
For those that are unable to visit Mitchell Fine Art offers virtual exhibition tours via FaceTime or Zoom; please contact the gallery for more information.
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To view the exhibition online visit www.mitchellfineartgallery.com