Tiliqua Tiliqua is nearly two years old! We’re calling artists to help us celebrate with our Annual Exhibition. This year the theme is the colour Magenta, which should make for a very uplifting show.
This is an open call out, anyone can submit work. Just read the information, put your happy music on and make art!
(Info and submission forms are here.)
After our brief break we’re back with a truly enchanting exhibition.
Andrew Ensor has been exploring castles as a visual motif for more than 20 years. This, his 37th(!) solo exhibition, is a retrospective bringing these delicate and dreamlike drawings together. His pieces, softly merging pen and paint, present a romanticised, yet fragile view of the world while exploring the aesthetics of entropy.
Drop by the gallery to experience these richly coloured worlds of surreal landscapes and architectural compositions, telling intricate stories of grandeur, fragility and timelessness.
Drinks with Andrew in the gallery 2–7pm Saturday September 23
‘First Drawer’ has to have been one of our most successful shows to date. There were crowds of happy people admiring the wonderful, colourful (and affordable) prints and collages from these two talented artists, and so many sales! If you missed out this time, I believe they will be back next year…
Thank you to Emily and Sabrina, and thank you to all of you wonderful art lovers supporting us and them.
We are so excited to bring you our inaugural annual group show — CYAN.
Featuring many of the artists who have made our first year in the gallery so enjoyable, this exhibition is a celebration of the colour blue. And it truly is a celebration! The artists have responded to the theme with playful, joyful and moving artworks across an impressive range of mediums. All at a convenient size and price too.
Please come and help us mark the first anniversary of our first show in the Tiliqua Tiliqua gallery. Because the only people as important to us as the artists who have contributed, is fantastic art-loving folk who have supported us and joined us on our journey. See you at the party on Saturday 20 April!
(Or drop by anytime the gallery is open, we can probably rustle up a drink…)
GALLERY OPENING HOURS: 12–6PM THURSDAY–SUNDAY 20–30 APRIL 2023
While we are preparing for our next big exhibition (Cyan—it’s going to be a stunner!) we have put together a collection from our stockroom for you to enjoy (and maybe take home with you).
Drop in, we’d love to see you!
GALLERY OPEN 12–6PM FR & SA 31 MARCH, 1, 14 & 15 APRIL
OR BY APPOINTMENT
Preview the art
Please join us for our second glorious show helping celebrate World Pride.
Like the flag we fly for World Pride, the art-making world is a spectrum of approaches, beliefs and techniques. Amy Sargeant and Nicholas are both queer artists exploring what this means in today’s Australia. But their very different approaches and choice of media makes this exhibition an exploration of opposites and oppositions.
Join us for opening drinks 4-6pm Saturday March 4
gallery open 12-6pm th fr sa su
We are excited to announce the first Tiliqua Tiliqua Annual Exhibition!
The theme for 2023 is the colour Cyan. Artworks can be in any physical medium as long as they are smaller than 40 x 40 x 40 cm.
Submissions are now open. Contact us to discuss your participation.
Artworks should be small to medium in size — no larger than 40 x 40 cm (including frame) for 2D pieces or 40 x 40 x 40 cm for 3D pieces.
We are excited to welcome long-term Tiliqua Tiliqua friend, Ian James Scott, for his first solo show here in Enmore. And to open our first show to coincide with World Pride.
And what a show this will be! Ian has taken materials from typically heteronormative spaces (products you can buy in your average hardware store in other words) to explore gloriously homoerotic subject matter in an explosion of unashamed colour.
Join Ian for opening drinks 6-8pm Thursday Feb 22
and throughout the show as he creates a new work in the gallery
gallery open 12-6pm th fr sa su
BRING ON THE CHRISTMAS CHEER!
We’ve collected works from a HUGE range of talented artists including regulars Yori Price, Ro Murray, Kate Riley, Felix Oppen, Cay Barnum and Nicholas, and introducing new gallery friends Pia Larsen, Renay Smith, Jen Burns, Kathleen Mason, Graham Read, Joanna Durney Sanz, Monika Viktoria, Jennifer Mullen, Astred Hicks, Michael Comerford, Meg Humphrey, Huy Nguyen and Nettie, Geoff and Mercy Sumner.
There is beautiful art here to suit every budget, and every Christmas stocking.
On till December 18 (or the art runs out)
CHECK OUT (JUST SOME OF) THE ART HERE
GALLERY HOURS: 2–6PM THU–SUN
Six Degrees is a group of artists with diverse styles and subject matters, so we are sure you’ll find something you will love at this treat of a show (or that someone else will love if you are already shopping for Christmas).
Drop in for drinks from 5.00pm tonight, or anytime over the weekend. Bright, colourful, cheerful, thoughtful, cheeky and charming — that’s six degrees of happiness!
GALLERY HOURS: 11AM TO 5PM, THURSDAY TO SUNDAY OR BY APPOINTMENT