Exhibitions & Updates

YERING STATION GALLERY

YARRA GLEN

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Kerrie Warren has been selected as a finalist in the Yarra Valley Arts / Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition & Awards
Her sculpture Table Totem will be installed from 22nd October – 5th of December 2017

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WEST END ART SPACE, MELBOURNE

September 2017

Transcendence –  large scale paintings and ceramics by Kerrie Warren

Gallery hours are Wednesday to Saturday 11 – 4 pm and SUNDAYS throughout September www.westendartspace.com.au

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MANNINGHAM ART GALLERY

DONCASTER

The Perilous Enquiry by artist Kerrie Warren has been selected as a finalist to appear in the Award Exhibition at
Manningham Art Gallery between Wednesday 16 August and Saturday 23 September.

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BROKEN HILL REGIONAL ART GALLERY

BROKEN HILL

Kerrie Warren’s painting The First Hit’ 2017 was selected as a finalist for the Pro Hart Outback Art Prize.
Currently on show at the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery 30th June – 13th August

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FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE

FRANKSTON

Artworks for Kerrie Warren’s ‘Interwoven Systems of Existence’ exhibition burst with colour at Frankston Arts Centre

VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS 

SOUTHBANK

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YARRA SCULPTURE GALLERY

ABBOTSFORD

Of Colour and Light Invite

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FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE

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‘The Bonfire’ on vinyl featuring on the walls of the Frankston Arts Centre   Photography by Darryl Whitaker

May 2016   ‘The Bonfire’ was lit up, larger than life on the walls of the Frankston Arts Centre on Friday evening, 13th May 2016.  I feel honoured to be the first artist selected for this ongoing external exhibition that has now become a feature of the Frankston Arts Centre.  ‘The Bonfire’ will be installed for a 2 – 3 year period (weather dependant).  I want to take this opportunity to thank Andrew Moon, Manager of Arts and Culture, for considering my work to be part of such an inspiring public project.  I generally work to very large scales but I must admit that this was the first time I’d been asked to make a work even larger than the original!  The actual painting is 4 mts x 6 mts, a quadriptych… so in order to create this large scale image on vinyl, very high resolution images of each section had to be taken and digitally stitched together.  And here I thank Darryl Whitaker, my good friend and professional photographer who took on that crucial role.  I would also like to thank the Frankston Arts Board, the City of Frankston and everyone who attended… including our very special guest and great supporter of the Arts Maudi Palmer AO.

Read more about ‘The Bonfire’ painting in ‘ArtView’, January Issue 2016, 20 / 21