Summary of 2004 and 2005

December 23, 2005 – January 6, 2006
‘ JCAA Volunteers Exhibition ‘
The committee members of the JCAA are holding this exhibition in appreciation for all the help and support that its volunteers have given the gallery over the years. Come along to the exhibition and view their artworks and help us acknowledge and support these wonderful people. Exhibition hours:
Wed – Frid, 2pm – 8pm

December 9th – 21st, 2005
Northern Exposure Camera Group ExhibitionThis exhibition consists of the works of the winners of the Northern Exposure Camera Group monthly competitions. The aim of the exhibition is to show the community the quality and variety of the club’s work and secondly to attract new members the group. The sale of the artworks will benefit both the members and the club.The NECG consists of a range of works from graphic art, portrait and landscape in both colour and monochrome.Exhibition hours:
Mon – Thurs, 12noon – 4pm
Fri, 12noon – 9pm ( 9th & 16th)
Sat, 5pm – 9pm
Sun, 2pm – 5pm

November 25 – December 6, 2005

Julian Tennant, Glen Tennant & David Grant

‘Wonderboom’ means ‘the tree of the imagination’ in Afrikaan. All three artists share the experience of being born and living in South Africa and now living in Australia. Glen, Julian and David present photography, paintings and drawings.
Exhibition hours:

Wed – Sun, 2pm – 8pm

November 11 – 24, 2005
‘2 Grey Beards in Colour’

An exhibition of various Western Australian land and oceanscapes in watercolours and pastels, to be presented by Bill Hawthorn and Kale Miller. Exhibition hours:

Sunday 13th November 10am – 5pm,

Wed & Thurs 12 – 5pm, Fri & Sat 12pm – 7pm

(closed Mondays & Tuesdays)

November 3 – November 10, 2005

The DADAA North group includes members from the Children’s Artlink Program 4-12yrs, Youth Arts Program 12-18yrs, HAAC Mental Health Program 18yrs+ and the Post School Options Program 18yrs+.
This exhibition will be a showcase of the clients works including works of painting, drawing and sculpture.
This is your chance to come along and support an organization that our community would be lost without. Exhibition hours:
10am – 2pm daily.

October 18 – November 2, 2005
‘Women Business’
This exhibition is a collection of contemporary textiles depicting domestic scenes and portraits of women and their stories.

The originallity, skills and use of the medium makes the exhibition one not to be missed.

Exhibition hours:
Tuesday – Sunday, 4pm – 9pm.

October 11 – 16, 2005
This exhibition is presented by members of the Art and Cultural Centre (Two Rocks/Yanchep) Association. The artworks on show consist of Oils, Acrylics, Watercolour and Pastel. The artworks are created by both professional and self taught local artists.
Please join us for our opening on Friday 14th at 6.30pm, all welcome

Exhibition hours:
Tuesday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm.

Thursday 12 – 4pm, Friday and Saturday 10am – 8pm.

September 25 – October 8, 2005

It’s Up To You
The latest Joondalup Community Arts Association (JCAA) members show is an exciting, diverse, educational, inspiring collection of works by both known and new local artists.
Exhibition hours:

Tuesday – Sunday, 12pm – 6pm .

September 2 – 23, 2005

In My Backyard
A compelling selection of works interpreting the unique environment and scenery ‘in the backyard’ of 32 emerging and leading artists living in the Eastern suburbs of Perth. From the dramatic aerial photographs of Richard Woldendorp to exquisite glasswork by Judy Kotai, sensitive textiles of Elizabeth Odd to the commanding pastel work of Madeleine Clear, ‘In My Backyard’ celebrates a strong arts community from the Eastern regions.
This exhibition is co-presented by the City of Joondalup and the Mundaring Arts Centre.
Exhibition hours:

Tuesday – Friday, 12 – 6pm
Sunday, 12 – 5pm

August 25 -30, 2005

Gabrielle’s Magical Garden
During Literacy week in 2004, a Marangaroo mother, Kim Hogan was reading aloud to her daughter Gabrielle.
The literature provided by her school and Australian Scholarship Group (ASG) Newsletter about ‘ How To Improve Your Child’s Literacy ‘.
Kim explained to her daughter that all the children’s storybooks she enjoyed reading, were from someone’s imagination.
Kim told Gabby that imagination could be hers. Gabrielle’s Magical Garden is the story from Gabrielle’s imagination and together with Linda
Ratyna, Paul Allen and the many other supporters. Kim believes they have shown Gabrielle that a book is just someone’s imagination on paper.
The exhibition will include oil paintings of the illustrations by Linda Ratyna and photographs by Paul Allen.

Exhibition hours:

Thursday, 10.00am to 6.00pm
Friday & Saturday, 10.00am to 9.00pm
Sunday – Tuesday, 10.00am to 6.00pm

Children’s workshop times:
Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th 10am – 1pm

Cost:: Free of charge and open to children of all ages
Bookings contact Kym Hogan on 0403 896 974

August 12 – 19, 2005
…You can never have too much Glitter…
A contemporary art project involving approx 30 women
from the Joondalup and Wanneroo areas that have experienced
Domestic Violence and the service workers who support these women in their endeavour to build new lives.
The art forms involved within this project are diverse and include painting, drawing, sculpture, artistic mosaics, textiles and mixed media works.
Exhibition hours: 10am – 4pm daily

July 2 -11, 2005

NAIDOC Week ” Shane Pickett “
The City of Joondalup in conjunction with Indigenart presents recent works by Shane Pickett.
Born in Balladong, south-west of Western Australia, Shane is one of the foremost Nyoongar artists in WA today. Both a versatile and confident artist, working in a variety of mediums.
In his more recent works, Shane depicts his personal experience of the six distinct seasons, recognised locally by aboriginal people.
‘I am interested in portraying the inner peace I carry and at the same time the harshness of our everyday journey through modern life. My works are about an understanding of culture, about the complex but common sense narratives that make up indigenous knowledge. Through my artworks I aim is to imbue my paintings with the spirituality present in Nyoongar cultural values.’

Exhibition hours: Tuesday – Sunday 12pm – 6pm

Artist Talks: Friday July 8, 10 – 11am

June 4 – July 2, 2005
Ocean Oggles
Eva Boogaard presents “Ocean Oggles”, a collection of Western Australian underwater and coastal photographs.They are produced as high quality, archival prints using the latest digital technology. Eva’s photographs have been extensively used to promote West Australian marine life by both the private and corporate sector and by various government departments. These photographs are amazing and this is definitely a show not to be missed!Exhibition hours: 11am – 5pm Sunday – Thursday 11am – 9pm Friday & Saturday
( closed Monday )

May 6 – May 20, 2005

Veudplatz – Empty City
Veudplatz is a pocket retrospective of the work of artist, Stuart Elliott, arranged to coincide with David Bromfield’s book Fakeology: the Art of Stuart Elliott. It is in the form of a floor installation, a walk-through city, like the model villages set up for tourists. Stuart is WA’s own archaeologist of the soul. He calls his work Fakeology, a fake archaeology that digs deep in our collective obsessions and memory for its specimens. Veudplatz presents the imaginative history of Western Australia as an excavated townsite. Stuart Elliott will be giving a talk on the installation at the gallery on Friday May 6 at 10am, all welcome.
Exhibition hours: 12pm – 5pm Tuesday – Sunday, (closed Mondays)

April 15-28, 2005
JCAA Members Show ” Birthday Bash! “ Its blend(er) Gallery’s first birthday!
It is our fourth members exhibition, featuring artworks of over fifty local artists.Exhibition hours:Monday – Sunday: 12pm – 6pm(Closed Anzac Day) Tuesday – Wednesday: 12pm – 6pmThursday April 28: 12pm – 3pm

April 7-14, 2005

Leonard Sell
Leonard Sells exhibition will consist of a collection of bright bold
designs. Retirement in Australia has proved a new lease of life for Len,
who has been able not only to rejoin his two lovely daughters and grandchildren
already longstanding residents here with their families, but also the
opportunity to discover the inspiration and joy of self-expression through
the new, to him, medium of painting and to tune into his creative instincts.

March 28-April 6, 2005

The Disabled and Disadvantaged in the Arts Association, DADAA, will present
a collection of works that their clients have produced throughout the
year. These artworks were partly funded by the proceeds made from the
JCAA Charity show, 2004, in which the JCAA along with the help of the
community raised funds for this exhibition to take place.

March 17-27, 2005

Celebrating Life! Community Arts Project
This project is being financed partly by the City of Joondalup Culture
and Arts Grant, which one of the JCAA members was successful in attaining.
In the course of this project ALL Joondalup residents were invited to
produce and submit works dealing with life and happiness and ways to celebrate
the two.
The project entails an exhibition as well as workshops in the areas of
photography, calligraphy, printmaking and drawing that are designed for
people of all ages.

Seascape, Escape

March 2-12, 2005

“Turista Photografik”

Photo Explorations by

Neil Wallace, Mark Coddington & Julian Tennant

February 12-27, 2005

Unseen – Best of the Rest

January 28-February 11, 2005

Photography from Fiona Girvan-Brown,

Elisa Markes-Young and Chris Young

January 13-23, 2005

Works from Julian Tennant

December 14-January 10, 2004

Joondalup Community Arts Association

$250 and under End of Year show.

November 26-December 11, 2004

Art on the
Move – 3 Elements

November 12-21, 2004

Sculpture by the Lake

November 6-7, 2004

Where I Stand – Collage Group

October 29-November 7, 2004

Naked Ambition by 7@

October 7-October 17, 2004

Maria Bowers

September 27-October 6, 2004

Montessori School Yr 12 End of Year Exhibition.

September 15-24, 2004

Blame for sale
Shilpa Gupta worked from the Central Walk.
The blame project was formulated in the wake of recent events such as
the ‘war on terror’, escalating conflict between India and Pakistan, and
the violence against Muslims in Gujarat. Gupta has been posing as a salesperson
for blame, a commodity in mass-produced oversupply in out times.
Members of the public were offered packaged blame in small bottles filled
with deep red fluid.
This project was part of the exhibition ‘Edge of Desire: Recent Art in
India’ presented at the Art Gallery of WA in Spetember. It presents 39
artists from India working in painting, drawing, video, sculpture, installation
and a photography.

Works from Elisa Markes-Young

September 1-13, 2004

Mini-Show by JCAA Members

August 19-30, 2004

Charity Show/Auction

July 30-August 14

(Art Auction on July 30), 2004

Hazel McKinnon – Sculpture

July 05-July 11, 2004


Mini-show by JCAA Members

June 17-27, 2004

Laura McCabe, Christopher Young

Drawings, Paintings, Photographs

June 4-June 13, 2004

Anne Muller, Elisa Markes-Young,

Marilyn Watson, Julian Tennant

Paintings, Prints, Photography, Textiles

May 21-May 30, 2004

Let’s Blend

New artworks by talented local artists

April 15-May 1, 2004