Blue Heart Gallery
Wild Things by Tutti Artists (2018 Adelaide Fringe Exhibition)
Gallery Location: Ground Floor, Zone A — near Allied Health and Hospital School.
Exhibition Dates: 1 February – 25 March 2018.
Image Credit: Giorgio Mouzakitis, Beetle (2017), acrylic on board, 90 x 60cm.
As part of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival official program, Tutti Arts in collaboration with the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation presents Wild Things. See the Hospital transformed into a world of wild landscapes where strange and beautiful creatures lurk. The works, created by 16 artists who work from the Tutti Arts studios, invite us to rekindle childhood imaginings of all that is wild and free.
The exhibition features 2D mixed media works in various sizes and scales by Banjobe Hunt, Charlie Taplin, Chris Dyke, Gary Hobbs, Giorgio Mouzakitis, Jackie Saunders, Jane Hewitt, James Kurtze, Jenna May, Jessica Galea, Joel Hartgen, Kathryn Evans, Kimberly Sellers, Kurt Bosecke, Samantha Garton, and William Gregory.
The paintings are bright and playful with each artist approaching the subject matter according to their unique style and interest. Kurt Bosecke’s works capture the personality of the wild animals: “I like creating different animals and their emotions in different realities.”
Tutti means ‘everyone’. Tutti is a multi-arts organisation with the vision of taking the work of artists with a disability to the world. Tutti works across all art forms to support the professional development of artists with a disability. The Tutti Visual Arts Studio runs four days a week at Brighton and supports over 30 artists to pursue their careers in the arts. For more information about Tutti Arts please see www.tutti.org.au.
For purchase enquiries please contact the WCH Foundation by email or phone 08 8464 7900.
Download a copy of the Wild Thing Exhibition Brochure.