Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Animal Soup... the name of emerging artist Gail Willoughby's new exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery which runs from today until Sunday 2 September.  Her edgy style takes its inspiration from the animal world with a unique and humorous approach to her bold and colourful art - her creatures have attitude!
African image by Gail Willoughby, Animal Soup exhibition
Established local artist Ron Reynolds' exhibition Cezanne's mountain revisited also opens today at The Light Factory Gallery.  Reynolds has had a lifelong love affair with France, and in particular Cezanne's old stamping ground Aix en Provence.  The mountain that dominates this area Mont Saint-Victoire fascinated Cezanne and is Reynolds' sole inspiration for his latest exhibition.
View from Puyloubier image by Ron Reynolds, Cezanne's mountain revisited exhibition
Speaking of art, I have been dismayed to hear that La Trobe University is contemplating axing its Art History course - even more ironic given that it has its own Museum of Art and that numbers for its undergraduate and postgraduate courses have been relatively steady.  There is currently a petition to save Art History at La Trobe and there have already been public figures like Barry Humphries who have also expressed their concern.

Nb.  Miss Rosanna is The Light Factory Gallery's freelance PR consultant.

Miss Rosanna is also a member of Banyule Council's arts and cultural advisory committee (public art) which includes LUMA's (La Trobe University Museum of Art) Artistic Director Dr Vincent Alessi.

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