Savour the artistic delights on display at aMBUSH Gallery this April with A Shared Table – a group art exhibition that promises to be a visual feast for the eyes!
Step into the world of emerging artists and their individual creative journeys, curated by Rex Turnbull, an award-winning artist and founder of Studio 33, the renowned creative learning space in Sydney.
With over 20 talented students showcasing their paintings and drawings – including Zoe Carides, Paul Elton, Nga Ngủyen, Janice Briggs, Caroline Grant, Mary Ciantar, Henry Xi, and many more – A Shared Table is a celebration of diverse backgrounds and ages coming together in the name of art.
Turnbull’s passion for sharing knowledge and fostering artistic growth was sparked after being taught by Dutch Master Martin Roestenburg in the 1960s, who inspired him to pass on his learnings to others. He has accomplished this through Studio 33, now in its sixth year, which has sessions with a maximum of eight students around a shared table, ensuring interaction is personalised to suit each student’s style and chosen direction.
Join us on Thursday, 27th April from 6-9pm at aMBUSH Gallery (4a James Street, Waterloo) for the opening night of the exhibition, with drinks supplied by Capital Brewing. The exhibition will then run from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April, from 12-4pm, and is free of charge to the public.
A Shared Table is a unique opportunity to witness the artistic talents of emerging artists who have honed their skills at Studio 33. Don’t miss this captivating showcase of creativity and expression.
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Rex Turnbull, Janice Briggs, Caroline Grant, Mary Ciantar, Brigitte Kuhn, Frances Laverack, Helene Pappas, Judith Kirby, Kathryn Johnston, Lilli Medalia, Martin O’Loughlin, Nga Ngủyen, Paul Elton, Paula Lagos, Ross Fairhurst, Sauslan Beverly Yin-Lo, Chrissie Verevis, Vicki Potter, Zoe Carides, Henry Xiang, Jan Gleitzman, Cherie Irvine, Alison Jaffee & Clara Luxford