Keedah Throssell and Lesley Whale, two very dissimilar artists, have collaborated to produce a cage-rattling and quirky representation of the world at the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre.
The exhibition, titled Like Chalk and Cheese opens on Friday night, July 12, from 6pm to 8pm.
A public program, featuring an artisits' talk is on Saturday, July 13, from 11am, and the exhibition itelf will be open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm, until August 4.
The two artists share many common interests despite very different backgrounds and training - each with their own unique expression, approach and art practice, reflected in divergent subject choices.
This rich tapestry of creative material is sure to provoke in each viewer a range of responses.
Labels do not apply here. The show is unique in its unpredictability - the works are as different as chalk and cheese.
Join us for the Like Chalk and Cheese opening. Meet the artists, enjoy a glass of wine and dive into lively conversation with fellow art lovers.
On Saturday join Lesley and Keedah as they discuss the exhibition and the collaboration which produced it.
It's a great opportunity for the public to hear directly from the artists about the ideas explored in the exhibition and their art practices more broadly.
From Saturday, August 10, the Bas will host Promiscuous Provenance, a travelling exhibition from Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra.
This project has been assisted by the Australian government's Visions of Australia program.