Exhibitions

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

Every day, until 29th Sep 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

29 August to 23 Septmeber
Foyer Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

The Goggomobil D'art Project is a collaborative contemporary art project initiated by classic car collector Jeff Brown that saw a 1960s Australian made and designed Goggomobil Dart  - considered an art object in itself - become a classic canvas for Melbourne contemporary artist Robert Clinch, who hand painted sixty-two paper darts over its surface. No two darts are the same.

IMAGE: Robert CLINCH, Objet D’art 2017, hand painted 1960 Goggomobil Dart. Photography Karl Von Moller. Courtesy Jeff Brown and the artist.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

Every day, until 29th Sep 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

29 August to 23 Septmeber
Foyer Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

The Goggomobil D'art Project is a collaborative contemporary art project initiated by classic car collector Jeff Brown that saw a 1960s Australian made and designed Goggomobil Dart  - considered an art object in itself - become a classic canvas for Melbourne contemporary artist Robert Clinch, who hand painted sixty-two paper darts over its surface. No two darts are the same.

IMAGE: Robert CLINCH, Objet D’art 2017, hand painted 1960 Goggomobil Dart. Photography Karl Von Moller. Courtesy Jeff Brown and the artist.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

Every day, until 29th Sep 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

29 August to 23 Septmeber
Foyer Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

The Goggomobil D'art Project is a collaborative contemporary art project initiated by classic car collector Jeff Brown that saw a 1960s Australian made and designed Goggomobil Dart  - considered an art object in itself - become a classic canvas for Melbourne contemporary artist Robert Clinch, who hand painted sixty-two paper darts over its surface. No two darts are the same.

IMAGE: Robert CLINCH, Objet D’art 2017, hand painted 1960 Goggomobil Dart. Photography Karl Von Moller. Courtesy Jeff Brown and the artist.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

Every day, until 29th Sep 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

29 August to 23 Septmeber
Foyer Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

The Goggomobil D'art Project is a collaborative contemporary art project initiated by classic car collector Jeff Brown that saw a 1960s Australian made and designed Goggomobil Dart  - considered an art object in itself - become a classic canvas for Melbourne contemporary artist Robert Clinch, who hand painted sixty-two paper darts over its surface. No two darts are the same.

IMAGE: Robert CLINCH, Objet D’art 2017, hand painted 1960 Goggomobil Dart. Photography Karl Von Moller. Courtesy Jeff Brown and the artist.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

Every day, until 29th Sep 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

29 August to 23 Septmeber
Foyer Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

The Goggomobil D'art Project is a collaborative contemporary art project initiated by classic car collector Jeff Brown that saw a 1960s Australian made and designed Goggomobil Dart  - considered an art object in itself - become a classic canvas for Melbourne contemporary artist Robert Clinch, who hand painted sixty-two paper darts over its surface. No two darts are the same.

IMAGE: Robert CLINCH, Objet D’art 2017, hand painted 1960 Goggomobil Dart. Photography Karl Von Moller. Courtesy Jeff Brown and the artist.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

GOGGOMOBIL D'ART

Every day, until 29th Sep 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

29 August to 23 Septmeber
Foyer Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

The Goggomobil D'art Project is a collaborative contemporary art project initiated by classic car collector Jeff Brown that saw a 1960s Australian made and designed Goggomobil Dart  - considered an art object in itself - become a classic canvas for Melbourne contemporary artist Robert Clinch, who hand painted sixty-two paper darts over its surface. No two darts are the same.

IMAGE: Robert CLINCH, Objet D’art 2017, hand painted 1960 Goggomobil Dart. Photography Karl Von Moller. Courtesy Jeff Brown and the artist.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

CLARA ADOLPHS: Familiar Distance

Every day, until 28th Oct 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

10 August to 28 October
Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay


Sydney born figurative painter Clara Adolphs spent time in the region in 2017, participating in Artspace Mackay’s vibrant new Artist in Residence Program. Her culminating exhibition Familiar Distance is a collection of paintings examining Mackay’s past and present. Adolphs concentrated on using observations and records of moments in time from Mackay. Exploring old photographs, newspaper clippings and making personal observations she ‘attempted to create an image of Mackay over time’ a collection of everyday happenings that formed part of our town’s history and social fabric

IMAGE: Clara ADOLPHS Haumana 2018, oil on polyester, 48 x 48 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery.

ON YER BIKE

ON YER BIKE

Every day, until 25th Nov 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

31 August to 25 November
FIELD Engineers Gallery, Artspace Mackay.

We wash them, we polish them. Sometimes we even name them. But above all, we ride them. Mackay has a long and rich history of motorcycling from the sand racing on the Northern Beaches in the 1920s to the speedway at the Showgrounds at its peak in the 1970s. The tradition of collecting and restoring is alive and well in Mackay and
On yer bike provides an opportunity to view not only an eclectic mix of motorcycles but also to learn the stories of local motorcyclists - stories of ingenuity, courage and daring.

To download a copy of the exhibition catalogue please click here  

IMAGE: Bob Higgins on his 1917 Triumph ‘Junior’. Two stroke, two speed, 225cc model designed specifically for women. Named by the public the "Baby Triumph." Copyright Jim Cullen Photography, 2018.