Indigenous Exhibitions

The beauty of Red Poles is matched by the exquisite work on the walls and in the display cabinets and this McLaren Vale gallery hosts a new exhibition every six weeks.

These exhibitions may involve one or more artists working in all kinds of mediums, ranging from painting, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery and glass.

A fine selection of artists work is on display in the café and on the mezzanine level and any piece that catches your eye is available for sale. 

Current Exhibition ...

 

*EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 26*

 

 


Previous Indigenous Exhibitions at Red Poles...

 

"Ngarrindjeri Ruwe" 

September 14th to December 1st 2019

Works from Cedric Vargoe and Amanda Westley. Contemporary and dot paintings of the artists' connections to the land.

 

"Dadirri"

July 20th to September 8th 2019

A mixed media exhibition surrounding the concept of water as life and connection, by six Indigenous South Australian artists.

 

"Stringy Bark and Other Stories"

May 4th to July 19th, 2019

A group exhibition from emerging and established South Australian Aboriginal artists where laser cut timber leaves were the basis for the artworks.

 

‘Manda-Ngurni Warna-Gu’

December 8th to February 3, 2019

A group photographic show with artists from Ceduna, Oak Valley, Yalata & Koonibba with jewellery from Maruku Arts

 

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