Elements Of Red Officially Opened At Rosalie Gallery

Rosalie Gallery’s current exhibition “Elements of Red” a textile exhibition by WOTE (women on the edge) was officially opened recently by art columnist Sandy Pottinger.

The exhibition explores the use of the primary colour “RED” and the many shades within that spectrum. The theme and the diversity of work on display is akin to the many shades within that spectrum. The collection of 72 items showing cover wearable art – vests, jackets, coats and hats through to art for the wall and sculptural pieces.

Exhibiting artists with Sandy Pottinger who officially opened the exhibition. Back: L to R:- Sandy Pottinger, Barbara Scott, Carol Oyston, Tessa Wright, Dorothy Cottee, Gail Grunske, Jean Constantine, Jan Scudamore. Front:- Toni O’Leary, Joan Ellard, Diana Symes and Joan Mundy.

WOTE creations evoke fire, passion and the individual creativity of the artist.  The many and varied artworks in this exhibition will delight the eye and assail the senses of all who visit the exhibition. Rosalie Gallery, 89 Mocatta Street, Goombungee is open from 10.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. The exhibition continues until 7th November.

Submitted by Jenny Gersekowski

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