Future Exhibitions

  • Re-membering Our ANZACS, by Deborah Gower 

Re-membering Our ANZACs is a project involving 2-3 workshops engaging WW1 descendants and local school children and together we will create an art exhibition to be held at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club in coordination with the 11 November 2014 Remembrance commemorations.

Under the direction of local Ceramic Artist Deborah Gower, the exhibition will have artworks inspired by the memorabilia of descendants/relatives of Mullumbimby soldiers who fought in the First World War and one artwork made from commemorative crosses made by local students.  The exhibition seeks to engage the local community in discovering the role and sacrifices of local men and their families in the First World War.

November 10-17 2014, 10am-7pm  Ex Services Club Mullumbimby, Dalley St Mullumbimby

  • Scouting Out Our ANZACs

A joint collaboration between the Mullum Scouts and PAN artists Angele van den Heuvel, Ros Collins and Debby Gower. culminating in a joint exhibition in November 2014.

November 1- 30, 10am-4pm  Mullumbimby Library, Station Rd Mullumbimby.

  • Discovering Ernest by Deborah Gower

An exhibition commemorating the sacrifice of Cairns Soldier, Ernest Ainscow who died in World  War One. In recognition of the ANZAC Centenary Program http://www.anzaccentenary.gov.au/, this exhibition and the associated workshop/s aim to focus attention on the sacrifices of soldiers and their families from the Cairns region.

27 July – 9 August 2015  Cairns RSL Club, The Esplanade Cairns


Past Exhibitions

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Reef Range and Red Dust

Hot off the success of their 3in1 Exhibition at Bigtime Gallery in Drake, Revolutionary members, Clare Urquhart, Cassandra Purdon and Deborah Gower are bringing an updated version of their show to a wider audience via NEXT Gallery in Lismore in November.

With an Australian theme running through all three Artists work, this new exhibition showcases their individual translations into ceramics of Reef, Range and Red Dust. Clare Urquhart, Cassandra Purdon and Deborah Gower are in the final year of their Advance Diploma of Ceramics, Lismore TAFE.

Deborah Gower’s impressive Banksias are a tribute to Queensland painter Ellis Rowan. Deborah was granted special permission to look through the archives of the Qld Museum to gain inspiration for her work which serves as a reminder to us all to do what we can to save our unique native flora and fauna.

Cassandra Purdon and Clare Urquhart both interpret recent travel experiences in their own distinctive way, both women spent time working with the World Famous Hermannsburg Potters earlier in the year, and these influences can be seen in their work.

Clare captures the essence of Australia’s outback experience through her 3D abstract wall works.

While Cass uses Dogs to tell her stories as a metaphor for the human condition and how we are trapped by conventions and stereotypes, she is increasingly concerned about the way we are continually losing our freedoms in today’s society.

‘Tres’ Exhibition runs from Nov 15 to Dec 1 2011 at NEXT Gallery, 89 Magellan St Lismore NSW

Images Supplied:

Cassandra Purdon – “Kngulya” 2011 I Walk The Earth Series

Clare Urquhart – “Con – crete” 2011 Millstones Series

Deborah Gower – “Banksia VI” 2011 Living Next Door To Ellis Series

Revolutionary Ceramicos invites you to celebrate the Opening of the 3in1 exhibitions Saturday September 24th 1pm
The exhibitions continue until October 24th
Bigtime Gallery 8/9 Bruxner Hwy, Drake Ph: 0267376790 email:bigtimegallery@gmail.com

Clare Urquhart
Out …back
An exploration and celebration in
ceramics of all things found

Deborah Gower
Living Next Door to Ellis
A series of ceramic works inspired by the Flower Hunter Ellis Rowan

Cassandra Purdon
Don’t Fence Me In
Showcasing “Story Dogs” this exhibition is a reflection of Cass’s recent travels through Central Australia working
alongside the Hermannsburg Potters

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