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A CLIMATE FOR CHANGE
Counihan Gallery

233 Sydney Road
Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia

Opening: Saturday 4 Nov 2023

The Merri-bek Summer Show is a much-loved annual exhibition celebrating local artistic talent. Each year, local artists are invited to submit an artwork that explores a chosen theme.

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Charlotte Ivey Tacit Gallery exhibition

SUBSTRATE 23
Tacit Art

189 & 191 Johnston St 

Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia

31 May - 17 June, 2023

Tacit’s annual invitational substrate group exhibition. In previous years [they] have featured aluminium and canvas, this year’s chosen medium is primed board. The exhibition features 55 artists, four different substrate sizes and each artist presenting two or three works. SUBSTRATE 23 celebrates an individual approach to a unified substrate and diversity of technique.

Participating artists: George Alamidis, Adriana Artmeier, Melanie Bardolia, Lillian Bateson, TJ Bateson, Paul Bishop, Louise Blyton, Terri Brooks, Robyn Burgess, Anna Caione, Elizabeth Colbert, Dawn Csturos, Lana De Jager, Angie De Latour, Merrian Dennis, Louise Donovan, Merrin Eirth, Christine Gibbs, Geoff Harrison, Jodi Heffernan, Bridget Hillebrand, Charlotte Ivey, Kasia Fabijanska, David Gatiss, Ilona Jetmar, Sheridan Jones, Stephanie Jook, Julie Keating, Vietta Korren-Steele, KyleKM, Chris Lawry, Helen Lehmann, Sara Manser, David McBurney, Paula McLoughlin, Anne Mestitz, Mark James Minty, Russel Newman, Geoffrey Odgers, Gaye Paterson, Jack Paterson, Linda Pickering, Shirley Ploog, Cat Poljski, Jen Prior, John Rabling, Nicola Reavley, Leanne Savory, Susan Stevenson, Elizabeth Tarrant, Lena Torikov, Susan Wald, Linda Weil, Andrew Weatherill, Michael Wedd, Neil Whalebone⁠

CORPORA TERRAE
Off The Kerb Gallery & Studios

66B Johnston St

Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia

4 - 18 May, 2023

How do we navigate the increasingly artificial environment of our day-to-day lives? 

 

Corpora Terrae (Bodies From The Earth) embraces the romantic concept of nature as a model for tranquility. Influenced by the Australian landscape, Ivey approaches land as a living organism, through tones and textures of soil, clay and wood, as well as the reproductive systems of organisms springing beneath our feet. 

 

In hope of illumination, she explores the tension between cultivated control and ancient systems of balance.

Charlotte Ivey Off The Kerb Exhibition
Charlotte Ivey painting at Off The Kerb Gallery
C Ivey paintings
Charlotte Ivey painting at Off The Kerb Gallery

ELEMENTS
Off The Kerb Gallery & Studios

66B Johnston St

Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia

13 - 27 April, 2023

Participating artists: 
ALEXIA NOVELLA | GLEN DOWNEY | MELANIE CAPLE | LIAM SNOOTLE |  TINKY | MATTHEW SCHIAVELLO | FRANCES CANNON | RYAN POLA WENDY PHAM | JACK HOWL | RACHEL DERUM | ASOORAGUY | STIPLO |  KATIE CHANCELLOR | NICOLE WILLIS | SAINT JIVE | LUKAS KASPER | CAT PARKE
R | CAKEFACE X RHYS POPE | CHRIS VERNON | YIYING LEE YEN | YEN LO | IMOGEN ROLFE | JULIA SCHMITT | ZAC GRENFELL | CHARLOTTE IVEY | TOMBOYBILL | CASPAR CONRICK | RUBY BOVILL | WONTON BEARS | KARA MANDEL | ANDRE BRUZZESE KATIE STARKEY | KAY HUSTWAITE | MARIA PETROVA | CLÉMENCE SAUCEZ | KATIE BANAKH | LAUREN TAUSEND | LEWIS VINCENT

BOUND PIGMENT
Tacit Art

189 & 191 Johnston St 

Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia

8 - 25 February, 2023

Participating artists: Adriana ARTMEIER, Melanie BARDOLIA, Lillian BATESON, TJ BATESON, Terri BROOKS, Robyn BURGESS, Michelle CAITHNESS, Magda CEBOKLI, Lesley DICKMAN, Merrin EIRTH, Jodi HEFFERNAN, Nuan HO, Charlotte IVEY, Ilona JETMAR, Tracey JONES, Stephanie JOOK, Vietta KORREN-STEELE, Emma LABATTAGLIA, Kir LARWILL, Tammy LEIGH, Nic MASON, Geoffrey ODGERS, Linda PICKERING, Shirley PLOOG, Jen PRIOR, Luke RABL, Nicola REAVLEY, Daniela STRAUSS, Liz SULLIVAN, Deb TAYLOR, Susan WALD, Sarah WALLACE-SMITH, Sally WEST, Anna WESTON, Neil WHALEBONE

Charlotte Ivey paintings at Tacit Gallery
Charlotte Ivey with Billow painting

FUTURE TENSE
Counihan Gallery

233 Sydney Road
Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia

5 Nov - 9 Dec 2022
 

The Merri-bek Summer Show is a much-loved annual exhibition celebrating local artistic talent. Each year, local artists are invited to submit an artwork that explores a chosen theme. This year’s Merri-bek Summer Show theme is Future Tense, and featured 87 artists.

Participating artists: Caroline Alcalde, Carmen Angerer, Sarah Anthony, Ingmar Apinis, David Creed and Angela Rossitto, Joy Barrett, Margaret Bishop, Heinz Boeck, Matt Bottos, Alexander Caetano, Mem Capp, Aimee Carruthers, Sofia Chapman, Thomas C. Chung, Evangeline Clark, Elizabeth Cleland, Miranda Cook, Michael Crowhurst, Chelle Destefano, Julian Di Martino, Sofie Dieu, Matthew Dunn, Laurence Flegg, Lesley & Patrick Francis, Flora Georgiou, Ruth Groves, Jess Hall, Jarmila Hava, Angela Hughes, Amaya Iturri, Tegan Iversen, Charlotte Ivey, Manasee Jog, Chandra Kamaldeen, Stephanie Karavasilis, Alister Karl, Nina Killham, Emily King, Pamela Kleemann-Passi, Luisa Laino, Melanie Lazarow, Josephine Lazidis, Teague Leigh, Christos Linou, Linda Loh, Carmel Louise, Larissa MacFarlane, Jarrad Martyn, Sheena Mathieson, David McCall, Janine McGinness, Aylsa McHugh, Tony Milne, Jamie Mumford, Gabrielle Leah New, Saffron Newey, Claire O'Driscoll, Oguzhan ‘Oz’ Ozcicek, Valentina Palonen, Marina Perkovich, Shalome Pinto, Lisa Pownall, Carmen Reid, Steven Rendall, Rosemary Robins, Glenyys Romanes, Thitibodee Rungteerawattananon, Tamara Russell, Ash Russell, Sofia Sabbagh, Claire Sadler-Jones, Hannah Savage, Emily Simek, Miranda Smith, Hayley Smith, Ange Stock, Linda Studená, Dan Su, Hira Tanao, Jean Taylor, The BOOreaucrats, Leon van de Graaff, Kyle Walker, Florence Wang, Ashton Wastney, Claire Anna Watson, Mark Wingrave.

Inner hum exhibition

INNER HUM
Divisions Gallery
Pentridge, Melbourne, Australia

25 Feb - 27 March 2022

 

Inner Hum, an exhibition of three abstract painters who play with colour, gesture and movement. With subtle cues to everyday life, Inner Hum is full of the unexpected ­– and asks us to question what we see on first glance.
 

Featuring works by Belinda Wiltshire, Karen Hew-Yin Eriksen, and Charlotte Ivey.

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