Exhibtions at the Old Fire Station run from Friday to Wednesdays and are generally open between 10am and 4pm each day (some times may vary).
Beyond the Square
Black & White Photography
29 October to 4 November 2020
In a world inundated with instant images, this local artist is keeping photography real and old-school through film and darkroom processing. The evocative, elegant and nostalgic quality of this collection are reminiscent of photography giants like Ansel Adams and Herb Ritts. Dominique has chosen to present all the photographs in a square format, inspired by his love of the famous Hasselblad camera, which shoots 6×6 square film. Hence the title “Beyond the Square”, a format that focuses the eye intensely on the subject without peripheral distraction. Dom’s works include portraits, architecture, nudes, and landscapes from his travels around the world. elegantlele
Artist, Dominique Pierre-Nina
Kiama Arts Trail
5 to 11 November 2020
The Kiama Arts Trail is self-guided travel through some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia. This exhibition by our creative members includes painting, photography, jewellery and sculpture to give a taste of what you can see on the trail.
Artists, Bob Shaw, Liz Shaw, Phil Winterton and Robyn Sharp
12 to 18 November 2020
Exhibition and Sale of original Artworks and Jewellery by two local artists
Artist, Robyn McMillan and Heather Netherclift
Fine Art and Photography
Shifting boundaries in the digital age
Jamberoo-based Nic van Oudtshoorn explores the boundaries between photography and fine art with an exhibition that ranges from classical black-and-white to multi-medium abstracts. An internationally published photo-journalist with more than 40 years’ experience, Nic’s work has earned him the distinction of Associate of the Royal Photographic Society. He now explores using digital technology to shift the boundaries between photography and fine art.
Artist, Nic van Oudsthoorn
26 November-2 December
We are a Group of people practicing the art of woodcarving. On display will be wood carvings and pyrography items, also for sale. We are a charity orientated group who over the years have donated large sums of money to Shellharbour Public Hospital, every year donating a carving for their Christmas Raffle.
Wood carving and pyrography will be demonstrated each day, with various members. The public is encouraged to discuss woodcarving or pyrography with members. We are situated at Albion Park Rail and have our own clubhouse. Admission is free.
Artists, Frank O’Connor, John Unwin, Ivan Boulton, John Hinks, Sandra Hamblen, Graham Tibbitts