What’s On: Female Artist Group Exhibition, Twenty (Mitchell Fine Art)

Kim Wilson artworks. Image supplied by Mitchell Fine Art.


10 November – 22 December 2021

Mitchell Fine Art Gallery, Fortitude Valley

A group exhibition showcasing the depth and diversity of Mitchell Fine Art Gallery’s stable of female artists, Twenty is an eclectic collection of represented, gallery and invited artists and includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramics. Celebrating the artistic skill of this group, the exhibition takes its name from the number of artists that are included. 

Twenty exhibition at Mitchell Fine Art, image supplier

Showcasing both Aboriginal and Contemporary artworks, the exhibition highlights include abstract paintings by Ann Thomson, intricately detailed artworks of Margaret Loy Pula and hand crafted pottery by Hermannsburg Potters in Central Australia. 

Newly represented Brisbane artist Kim Wilson also features new artworks in the exhibition. Wilson’s practice is deeply embedded within her love of and desire to preserve our natural world. Heavily influenced by her extensive travels, her artwork is saturated with a desire to present sublime imagery of our delicate environment. Her inclusion in this group show is a lead in to her first solo show at Mitchell Fine Art in 2022. 

Margaret McDonald artworks. Image supplied by Mitchell Fine Art.

The exhibition introduces three new artists to the gallery viewing – Holly Anderson, Margaret McIntosh and Miriam Innes. This wonderful selection of diverse and talented artists creates an exciting end to the gallery’s exhibiting year. 

For further information, or to purchase the displayed works, visit the Mitchell Fine Art website

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