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The Roxy Gallery is a community initiative supported by the Kyogle and District Arts Council and sponsored by Kyogle Council.
The gallery features a kaleidoscope of talented regional and local artists and art groups in ever-changing exhibitions of mixed media all year round, providing opportunity for emerging artists to display and market their talents in a professional exhibition space.
The objectives of the gallery are to:
- promote local and regional arts;
- provide emerging artists with opportunities to display and market their artworks in a professional exhibition space;
- foster cultural experiences for community and visitors to the area.
The Roxy Gallery is located at 143 Summerland Way, Kyogle. Phone 02 6632 3518. Email email@example.com
Opening hours are: Tuesday - Friday 10am - 4pm; Saturday 9.30 am - noon.
The first show to start off the 2017 exhibition calendar at the Roxy Gallery promises to set the bench mark for what is to come throughout the year.
Araleighaia Aum'Wilderghenigh also known as Leon Mahony will be exhibiting an interesting body of vector art works in ‘Nomadic Transition’.
Complex in motifs and interesting symbolism, these works form the developing creative stages for future animation works.
Leon will be utilising the larger room of the Roxy Gallery for his show.
David Brink will be exhibiting his work from his second year of study at Southern Cross University undertaking a Degree in Fine Arts in the smaller room of the gallery.
Entitled Universal, this body of work reflects the journey of learning self-expression and experimentation of mediums.
The work of these two artists, although extremely different, have a commonality to them in that they are vehicles for true self-expression of their conscious minds.
The artists employ creative expression as a way of understanding and exploring complex thoughts on issues that are life reflecting and paranormal.
This is Leon and David's second major exhibition in the region and the Roxy Gallery is excited to help support the development of their creative profile.
Some of Leon's works will be accompanied by poetry written by Ian Glynn Perkins.
All of this is exactly what the Roxy Gallery has been established to undertake for local and regional artists.
The two in one exhibition opened on 1 February and will run until 4 March 2017.
Featured images are Crown Vulcan by Leon Mahony (above right) and Sphinx of Uthan by David Brink (above left).