Enchanted Art Collective

Enchanted Art Collective – we are Kate Carey Peters, Michelle Bowden, Deb Mullins, and Amber Trevisiol (Artist and curator).
We’re a bold and creative group of free-thinking ladies and we LOVE to make ART.

Upcoming exhibition ‘ALCHEMY’ November 4 at 6pm
Gasworks Arts Park 21 Graham street Albert Park- more details to follow

Enchanted Art Collective

Land Locked Exhibition at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

Land Locked Exhibition at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

Students from courses across the Visual Arts Department travelled to the Yarra Bend in March this year to spend the day drawing, painting and photographing the site. The works were further developed in a variety of media back in the studio. A selection of the final images will be shown in an exhibition at the Bundoora Homestead Access Gallery.

The exhibition aims to examine the layered histories of space, place and environment and provides an opportunity for students to exhibit their work within the community.

All are welcome to attend the opening of the exhibition on Saturday 2nd June at 2:00pm at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. The Exhibition runs from 30th May to 17th June.

My linocut titled Afterlife will be on show and for sale here from June 2- June 19

“Common Place” @ Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
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Common Place

Access Gallery at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

Exhibition runs 2nd to 19th June, opening Saturday 4th June at 2:00pm.

An exhibition of selected works by NMIT Visual Arts students interpreting the historical and contemporary identity of Bundoora Homestead in a variety of media, using architecture and landscape as primary sources.

Students from courses across the Visual Arts Department travelled to the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre in March this year to spend the day drawing, painting and photographing the site. The works were further developed in a variety of media back in the studio. A selection of the final images will be shown in an exhibition on site at the Bundoora Homestead Access Gallery from the 2nd to 19th June. The exhibition aims to examine the layered histories of identity and place and provides an opportunity for students to exhibit their work within the community.'Afterlife' three colour print on Stonehenge rag paper