Gomboc Gallery was established in 1982 Gomboc Gallery Sculpture Park
Gomboc Gallery Sculpture Park is one of the oldest privately owned galleries in Western Australia. Established 1982 in the Swan Valley on 4.5 hectares with sculpture grounds that are a continuous work in progress.

The indoor Gallery provides five large exhibition spaces to exhibit established and emerging artists of all disciplines. A new major exhibition is mounted each month, featuring the works of an individual artist or group and the extensive stock display is regularly revised, thereby providing a stimulating display of diverse Fine Art.

Ron Gomboc - King & Queen, Sculpture Park
  You and your friends are invited to an exhibition of glass inspired sculpture and graphic works by
 

 


Andrew Kay - INTO THE LIGHT
 

ANDREW KAY

 

Sunday 12 October, 2014

2.00pm to 5.00pm

Works on display from 8 October, 2014
Exhibition ends 30 November, 2014

 


Andrew Kay - SUBMERGE - EMERGE
 

This, my first solo exhibition for over ten years expresses in some way the creative journey that I have undertaken over this time.
It illustrates a movement away from my previous bronze and steel sculpture towards the possibility of allowing windows of colour into my artwork.
This new development has arisen as a result of my exploration into the creation of fused coloured glass. The translucent nature and rainbow hues of the glass have provided new avenues of exploration for my sculpture, in which the passage of light through the artwork become an integral component of the sculpture.
The glass inspired graphics that form part of the exhibition, have all been selected from specific areas of glass that I have created, they are a wonderful visual expression of the innate variety and subtle hues that dwell within a shard of coloured glass. One has only to look deeply into a sheet of fused coloured glass to appreciate the wonderful kaleidoscopic world that exists there.
Andrew Kay 2014
 


GALLERY ONE
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Michael Le Grand, Koichi Ogino
Mitsui Takeuchi, Keizo Ushio

 

GOMBOC GALLERY SCULPTURE PARK

50 James Road
MIDDLE SWAN

Telephone: + 61 8 9274 3996
Facsimile: +61 8 9274 2665
rm@gomboc-gallery.com.au

Gallery Hours:
Wednesday to Sunday
10.00am to 5.00pm



GALLERY ONE
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Mac Betts, Craig Gough
Juliet Stone, R.M. Gomboc


GALLERY TWO
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Yoshio Nitta, Jean-Pierre Rives
Phil Spelman


GALLERY TWO
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Haruyuki Uchida, Craig Gough
Mary Knott, Nigel Hewitt


GALLERY THREE
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Ayad Alqaragholli, Andrew Kay,
Denise Pepper, Lorraine Sutherland


GALLERY THREE
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
R.M. Gomboc, Madeleine Clear,
Bob Colcutt, Mac Betts, Inta Goddard


GALLERY FOUR
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Sang-Wook Oh, Sung-Jae Jang,
Se-Moon Oh, Je-Sung Oh, Ok-Jai Seo,
Young-Ho Joo , Dr Riyadh Matwq,
Aws Al Jead


GALLERY FOUR
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Geoffrey Bartlett , Margaret Woodward,
Juliet Stone, Dean Bowen
Craig Gough, Miik Green
Robert Juniper


GALLERY UPSTAIRS
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
Dean Bowen, Lou Lambert,
Albie Herbert, Andrew Kay,
Brian Richard Taylor,
Maris Raudzins


GALLERY UPSTAIRS
ARTISTS DISPLAYED:
R.M. Gomboc, Norma MacDonald,
Bjorn Dolva, Madeleine Clear
Margaret Woodward, Ian R. Hill
Brian Richard Taylor
       

 

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