Tuesday, September 18, 2007
I have enjoyed bringing the exhibitions of the Fettlers Shed to you and I hope you have enjoyed viewing them.
We have all had a ball here, though the time has come for me to move to new arenas.
If you are interested in carrying on the work of promoting art and culture in the Robertson area, please email Leanne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have included a work, below, as this is a exhibition website.
It is entitled: "Water under the Bridge".
Thank you one and all.
Webmaster for the Fettlers Shed Gallery
Saturday, August 18, 2007
The day stayed fine till the end, and was supported musically by the fine efforts of the Robertson Primary school Band and Choir.
A credit to the organising skills of the Robertson Heritage Railway Society, and community participation in general.
Friday, August 17, 2007
The line that connects the Illawarra to Mossvale was commenced in 1927 and completed in 1932.
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Last weekend the newly formed band 'Rondeaux' took to the Fettlers Shed to record a couple of tracks for the 'Buzz Grant' they are applying for.
With renovations and repairs to the shed nearly complete, the group took advantage of the time between exhibitions to see if the roof was firmly fixed down by testing it with some high powered music.
The Buzz Grant they have applied for is available to youth bands to encourage careers within the music industry.
Pictured above are group members Simmo (Bassist) and
Brenno (Rhythm and Lead guitar), with Jess on the Drums.
Pictured on the left is Jack (Vocalist), and below Simmo gives some backup vocals.
The Fettlers Shed will soon have the renovations finished, with exhibitions planned for the near future.
Rondeaux plan to use the facility, when available, to put together original material for the CD they are working towards.
Thursday, April 5, 2007
Penny Levett's Exhibition starts Tomorrow and promises to be of interest to those who appreciate watercolour and ink works.
"Many of my paintings and drawings are detailed, yet design orientated in their lines, a habit gained from the exactness required in my computer artwork background".
Friday, March 9, 2007
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Photo by Louise Star
The Summer Break exhibition has proven to be a great success and made use of time when the Gallery would usually be closed.
As an open exhibition, subjects ranged from landscapes to macro photography, with stunning examples in black and white, colour and infra red.
Manned by a collective consisting of Marjo Hallowell, Richard Jones, Andrew Jones, Denis Wilson and David Young (with a great deal of help from Roger Jones), the exhibition spanned 6 weeks with the official opening held on the 10Th of February.
The opening was planned to precede the farewell concert held by Anthony 'Bones' Bonito, giving the area an artistic collaborative event.
The exhibition may be viewed till the 25Th of February.