and some more Tarts Collective members’ SALA exhibitions…..
The Italian Connection
Whether it’s the food, the fashion,or the exotic cars, art and design have also been a strong part of Italian culture.
The 4 artists of GALLERIA INNOCENTE will showcase their work as part of SALA Festival 2015 by sharing their Italian connections.
With the generous help of Renew Adelaide and the great support of Rundle Place, Galleria Innocente was opened on August 15th 2014 by David Innocente and his wife Tania Ingerson. At first it showcased mainly David’s work with a few guest artists but at the beginning of 2015 they introduced Ivana DiStasio and Helen Moon to the gallery and Tania also began to explore her love of photography by showing her work in the gallery.
Craftsman David Innocente will have new wall work featuring Venice, as well as new boxes highlighting Italian passions for soccer and cars. Glass Artist Ivana Di Stasio has new pieces inspired by the Italians love of coffee and playing cards. Textile artist Helen Moon will show the green, white and red of the Italian flag throughout her silk clothing designs and Tania Ingerson will display photographic images highlighting the beauty and colour of Italian life.
One of the features of the exhibition will be a mini cinema which will show the sights and sounds of Italy and with new work using the colours of the Italian flag, Galleria Innocente will give you the feeling of going on a journey through Italy.
Opening night is Friday 31st July from 6-8pm. Exhibition runs from Friday July 31st until Sat Aug 29th.
Tarts Collective resident metal artist Anna Small would like to invite you to her 2 SALA exhibitions:
‘Home Is Where the Heart is’
To be held at the Stump Hill Gallery
located in the McLaren Vale Visitor Centre
opened by Penny Griggs General Manager of SALA
opening event Sunday August 9 at 2pm
‘Studio 613 on Range’
An open garden and art exhibition open every weekend in August
613 Range Road, Willunga
Vegan Cafe on site