Railway Street Gallery is delighted to solve all your present problems! With over 15 artists showing more than 100 artworks, you’re sure to find something for everyone at our Christmas exhibition Allora. We're celebrating all genres this festive season.
Nostalgic Lepidoptera with MacDougall’s signature quirky additions. Sublime mixed media by Dalgety, reflecting the repeated rhythms of nature. Mosley continues sharing ‘baggage’ of all sorts. You can pimp your fridge with 3D glass art pieces by Bate.
Blooms feature in distinct styles. Flowers can represent reproduction or decay, purity or promiscuity, love or hardship — or nothing more than a pile of petals. McGregor’s abstracted forms express fragility, acknowledging light and dark. MacKinnon captures the rich symbolism of decay showing the transience of life.
Swish and swirls of rich colours appear in Black’s festive palette. Screach applies his humour to masks - his underlying subject seems to reflect the human condition – identity and self-image, relationships and interactions, activities and personalities.
New artworks from established members of Railway St – there is sure to be something to love.
All original artworks; 150 x 150mm at $150 each.
Meet the artists and enjoy a glass at the opening of Allora. Saturday 28 November 2020. 11am – 3pm. Or shop online now.
Of course, if you want to be really generous and splash out, our studio space has a selection of masterpieces available, and our main downstairs space has a selection of paintings by Bernard Waters.
Christmas is a time for giving - check out all the artworks in more detail here. Every purchase supports our future, thanks for visiting.