‘Healing’ is a community exhibition featuring four artists who explore the human psyche and how art making can benefit physical disabilities and mental health.
Beginning her two-decade-long love of art as a therapeutic exercise, Sarah Grieves paints food and domestic settings from the perspective of growing up Australian-born Chinese. Lesley O’Gorman’s mixed media practice examines how human attachment to personal objects can alleviate the negative impacts of migration, separation, and loss. After a forty-year career illustrating and adapting to life as an older artist, Jane Tanner depicts the essence and beauty of wild creatures in urban streetscapes. Elizabeth Whyte explores how practising art can allow people to heal and bring joy to others through bright, expressive paintings created while in a meditative state.
The artists featured in ‘Healing’ delve into the concept of recovery within their art practice, evoking a sense of transformation, growth, and restoration.
Featuring: Sarah Grieves, Lesley O’Gorman, Jane Tanner and Elizabeth Whyte.
You can find out more about the artworks in this exhibition on our Healing — online exhibition page.
Accessibility at this space
- Accessible car parking
- Automatic doors
- Accessible toilets
- Clear signage
- Tactile signage
- Wide passageways