An exhibition of small, affordable artworks produced by all participants in the Araluen
Art Program during 2013
20th November until 7 December
Opening: Wednesday 20 November; 5-7pm
Generously supported by the Pierce Armstrong Foundation
The "Small Wonders" exhibition will see Cambridge Studio Gallery in festive mode and bursting at the seams with drawings, paintings, photography, sculptures and digitally-generated creations when it showcases the 75 artists currently working within the Studio Arts Program at Araluen Centre – one of the largest support service for adults with intellectual disabilities in Melbourne's north-eastern suburbs. Araluen's Artists have gained a reputation for producing high-quality work that's fresh, technically innovative and full of personality. As well as including Araluen's popular established artists, "Small Wonders" will give many more the opportunity to present their work for the first time, adding further depth and interest to an already vibrant and exciting line-up. In another first, the focus will be predominately on smaller, more intimate, but no-less expressive, works providing buyers with an opportunity to acquire original, beautifully-presented work at an affordable price.
Araluen's artists extend a warm welcome to all to join them for pre-Christmas drinks to celebrate a year full of big achievements whilst becoming visually immersed in the character, ideas and originality of many makers.
This exhibition is generously supported by The Pierce Armstrong Foundation and Cambridge Studio Gallery.
Detail of "Small Wonders" by Paul Philpott