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Deborah Klein, oil on canvas

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hire arrangements and requirements for submitting a proposal can be found on the gallery website www.scopegalleries.com.

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EXCITING ARTWORK

ocated at the end of the Great Ocean Road in the seaside city of Warrnambool, SCOPE Galleries exhibits contemporary artwork from regional and metropolitan Australian artists, both emerging and established in their field. Situated at 38 Kelp Street (two blocks east of the main street), SCOPE has gained a reputation for quality art and exhibitions which rotate throughout the year.

CONTEMPORARY ART IN A REGIONAL LOCATION SCOPE Galleries is at the forefront of the regional art scene, cultivating the value and understanding of contemporary art practices for audiences within a regional locale. It was established in December 2009 by the current director, Dr Liza McCosh, with the aim of fostering contemporary art in a regional location and supporting artists’ development by providing ongoing opportunity for exhibition and exposure of their artwork.

EXHIBITING SPACE AVAILABLE Although exhibiting consigned artwork, the 76 metres of hanging space that the gallery provides also allows for the hire of individual rooms to artists and curators at a very reasonable cost. The gallery is divided into six exhibiting spaces and supports painting, printmaking, photography, glass, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery in the exhibition program. Details of

Rachel Peters, What do they know, acrylic on canvas

Zoe Ellenberg sculptures, bronze and marble

On any visit to SCOPE, audiences will find an array of local artwork as well as artwork from renowned practitioners from all over Australia. Throughout the year, the work of its consigned artists in conjunction with other solo exhibitions is shown. The upcoming program through to March 2014 includes the following exhibitions:

FOLLOWING A RIVER November 2013 Following a River is a solo exhibition of paintings by Rachel Peters. Rachel is a local artist who engages with environmental and cultural issues through her work.

RECENT WORK & RECENT DRAWINGS February 2014 Kate Mellican-Rollo was the winner of the 2012 SCOPE Galleries Professional Development Award. An exhibition of her artistry is being presented as Recent Work. In February, work by Ballarat-based artist Martin Jones titled Recent Drawings will also be showcased.

ART CONCERNING ENVIRONMENT AWARD: CALL FOR ENTRIES High on the exhibition calendar is the SCOPE Galleries Art Award: Art Concerning Environment award, sponsored solely by the gallery. Held biennially, the national award is open to two-dimensional and sculptural

artworks (excluding photography) and offers a $5,000 non-acquisitive prize for artworks based on the theme ‘Art Concerning Environment’. First held in 2012, the award is scheduled to be held again in 2014. Entry forms will be available from the website in November 2013 and the closing date for entries is Monday, 14 April 2014. The award exhibition will take place throughout June and July 2014.

ABOUT THE GALLERIES SCOPE Galleries is open Thursday to Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm and by appointment. Entry to the gallery is free. SCOPE GALLERIES 03 5561 4758 / 0410 464 330 mail@scopegalleries.com www.scopegalleries.com

SUITE IMPRESSIONS December 2013 Works from students in the Advanced Diploma of Arts, South West Institute of TAFE, comprise this group exhibition.

Liza McCosh, Flow, ‘Volcanic’ Series, oil on canvas, 140 x 100 cm

ECLECTIC January 2014 This group exhibition covers various art forms, including: paintings and prints by Deborah Klein, Ev Hales, Ian Wells, Liza McCosh, Ewen Coates, Zoe Ellenberg, Chantelle Delrue, Sara Paxton, Carolyn O’Neill and Catherine Pilgrim; sculptures by Don Stewart and George Lianos; ceramics by Kim Tarpey; and glassware by Louise North.

Director Dr Liza McCosh 38 Kelp Street Warrnambool VIC 3280 P +61 3 5561 4758 M 0410 464 330 F +61 3 55615692 mail@scopegalleries.com www.scopegalleries.com

Kim Tarpey, Got him, coloured etching

Liza McCosh, Threshold, acrylic on canvas Antiques and

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