Unity Housing's SALA Festival Exhibition

Unity Housing is proud to be part of SALA Festival 2021. Our exhibition features mixed medium artworks by established, emerging and
hobbyist Unity Housing tenant and staff artists.

See the beautiful artwork displayed in the gallery below or visit the physical exhibition at Hutt Street Library (Level 1, 235 Hutt Street, Adelaide) until Monday 27 September during the following times:
Monday to Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am –2pm
Sunday: Closed

The following are original artworks by Unity Housing tenants and staff. If you would like to make a purchase,
please contact Gabby via g.parente@unityhousing.org.au or phone 0427 445 723.

Background image by edith lüthi from Pixabay.

Allan Adams

Allan was born in Clare, SA. He lived near the Flinders Ranges and worked at Wilpena Pound Resort where a lot of his ideas for art came from.

Coral Spawning – SOLD

PRICE: $75
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Tribal Necklaces

PRICE: $35 each or $70 for pair
SIZE: 32cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Craft jewellery with hemp string, plant material and shell pieces

Necklace

Not for sale
MEDIUM: Craft jewellery with shells, camel bone and grass materials

Summer Dry

PRICE: $120
SIZE: 100cm x 76cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic on canvas

Allan Gaekwad

Allan is a Fellow of the Royal South Australian Society of Arts. He loves creating portraits and capturing the essence of the subject in different mediums. Allan regularly exhibits at the RSASA gallery on North Terrace and at Adelaide Art Society in North Adelaide and is also a published author. His book ‘An Appreciation of Dorrit Black Paintings’ offers a glimpse into the extensive work of the Adelaide painter.

Girl With the Bird

PRICE: $450
SIZE: 30cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Charcoal

Bob

PRICE: $790
SIZE: 30cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Watercolour

David

PRICE: $940
SIZE: 30cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Watercolour

Annette Chand

Annette has been capturing beauty through the eyes of the lens for many years in her travels both overseas and Australia. Annette has a passion for art and all things creative. Her introduction to photography started at a very young age when her mother owned a Kodak Brownie Camera that she taught Annette to use. For as long as Annette can remember, she was never far from a camera and took great delight in snapping fun family moments. Annette was unaware until a few years ago that her late grandfather was a photographer and – like many of his grandchildren – Annette has followed in his footsteps.

Crystal Clear

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Port Augusta, SA 2017. Camera – Nikon Coolpix P600

Entwined Reflection

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Whyalla Wetlands, SA 2020. Camera – Nikon Coolpix P900

Flinders Beauty

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Flinders Ranges, SA 2007. Camera – Kodak

Forever Friends

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary, SA 2020. Camera – Nikon D3200

I See You

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary, SA 2020. Camera – Nikon Coolpix P900

Minnesota Wolf Spirit

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo Taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. International Wolf Center, USA 2014. Camera – Olympus

Mirage Reflection

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Whyalla Wetlands, SA 2020. Camera – Nikon Coolpix P900

Ranges Stillness Beauty

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Port Augusta, SA 2017. Camera – Nikon P600

Sunrise Reflections

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Whyalla Wetlands SA 2020. Camera Nikon Coolpix P900

Sunset Flight

PRICE: Based on size of print requested
MEDIUM: Photography
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Photo taken by Iris Moon Photography, Annette Chand. Henley Beach, SA 2013. Camera – Nikon D3200

Collaborative Community Art Project

Featuring pieces by Unity Housing tenants, staff and the wider South Australian community

Pieces of the Puzzle…Stronger Together

Not for sale
SIZE: 150cm x 80cm
DESCRIPTION: This collaborative art project is representative of the Unity Housing and wider South Australian communities. The individual puzzle pieces celebrate each person and their uniqueness and together, these pieces form a puzzle representative of our vibrant and resilient South Australian community.

Coral Strempel

Wandering the Mangroves

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 56cm x 76cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Bush Flowers

PRICE: $90
SIZE: 44cm x 54cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Sailing Bye

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 51cm x 76cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Debra Russell

What Lies Beneath

Not for sale
MEDIUM: Pencil on paper
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: A study of the muscle structure of the face. Pencil study of  ‘Muscles of the head – frontal view’ from Anatomy for Sculptors by Uldis Zarins.

Phil

Not for sale
MEDIUM: Pencil on paper

Jess

Not for sale
MEDIUM: Pencil on paper

Geoff Cockerill

Found in a cave in the English Hills of Devon, the artist was living off of water sucked from rocks and the lichen that grew on them. When dragged into the light he was immediately overcome by the vibrancy of the colour filled world around him and yet the sadness of the humanity it contained, seemingly unaware of this wonder. Failing to express this, he has started throwing paint at hard rubbish.

I’d Rather Be Vaccinated

PRICE: $420
SIZE: 125cm
MEDIUM: Spray paint

Sodastream

PRICE: $120
SIZE: 150cm x 50cm
MEDIUM: Spray paint

Jessica Roberts

Jessica discovered her passion for art after escaping domestic violence by using it to re-establish her identity.

Cosmic

PRICE: $200
SIZE: 45cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Canvas
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Abstract interpretation of the cosmos

Teal Muddle

PRICE: $200
SIZE: 45cm x 45cm
MEDIUM: Canvas
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Abstract colour puddle

Linear

PRICE: $200
SIZE: 45cm x 45cm
MEDIUM: Canvas
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Linear abstract

Manufactured Consent

PRICE: $350
SIZE: 50cm x 50cm
MEDIUM: Canvas
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: A statement on mass mass influence

Mother Nature

PRICE: $200
SIZE: 45cm x 45cm
MEDIUM: 3D canvas
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: 3D abstract depicting mother nature

Jody Smart

Jody has always had a passion for the creative in many ways; through art, poetry, design etc. She feels inspired by her children Harry, 19 and Charli, 14, along with personal life experiences, the people that pass through her life and whatever she sees, hears or feels around her. After spending most of her life focusing on the academic (studying mathematics), Jody’s life redirected due to disability and chronic illness as well as her children’s needs, so she embraced the chance and now uses art as an outlet for maintaining good mental health as well as distracting from the continuous physical pain she endures. Jody is also blind due to albinism and enjoys perpetually challenging herself to extend beyond her perceived abilities. Determination is key to Jody’s core value, as is giving and honesty. While Jody is on oxygen, bed bound mostly and uses a power wheelchair, when she creates art of any kind, she always puts all of herself into it, letting that all blend away and letting nothing get in her way.

Hearts Home

PRICE: Negotiable
SIZE: A4 in A3 matted frame (picture = 21cm x 29.7cm, framed = 42cm x 29.7cm)
MEDIUM: Soft pastels

ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

This piece was designed to be open for interpretation; to evoke individual feelings and emotions pertinent to the viewer. The rainbow symbolises diversity, the LGBTQ+ community, the ‘Spoonie’ or chronic illness community, or any spectrum of people, places, or feelings.  The hand is meant to represent the hand of the viewer, giving them some ownership of what they are viewing.  This hand can be thought of as either reaching for or throwing in the heart. The heart itself is symbolic and can be interpreted as either directly the heart or love of the viewer, possibly love the viewer is looking for, or the inner self wanting to be set free or being set free. The birds are also carrying hearts inside them. These can be representative of love in the air, a feeling of being surrounded by love, caring and acceptance, or possibly even the battle to capture love set free.

This piece was truly made with an open perspective and with intent for the viewer to create their own narrative based on their own feelings and lives. My hope is that each individual that views this piece will find something that speaks to them in it.

Weight of the World

PRICE: Negotiable
SIZE: A4 in A3 matted frame (picture = 21cm x 29.7cm, framed = 42cm x 29.7cm)
MEDIUM: Pencil (2B, 4B, 8B woodless Graphite)

ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

The weight of the world – something that we may have all felt we have had upon us at some stage in our existence or other. This piece, while personal to my life and situation, is also meant to be representative of many people’s hidden trauma, pain, and burdens that they have either been forced to, or lovingly, carry. The woman’s nudity demonstrates her vulnerability and how she feels splayed open to the world without any privacy, and invasions upon her dignity and boundaries are shown by the protective yet strained and stressed position in which she has positioned herself. Whilst at the same time, she still tries to hide her emotions behind her hair cascading down over her face, as if it were a mask at a masquerade ball. The words on the world demonstrate the burdens or vulnerabilities that she carries. These ones are mine personally and only just a few. But these words are like continents, each with its own distinctly different and diverse group of people, indigenously relating to each emotion, situation and action etc. While I’m hoping to convey my own deep feelings, I also want the viewer to be able to embrace this piece and release their own buried emotions, setting them free. The massive shadow and its dense blackness is representative of just how truly heavy that world is, sitting there on her shoulders. The darkness shows how dark of a place those words could take her but while she holds strong and maintains the balance, the darkness remains only just hovering nearby. This is her choice and inner strength maintaining a healthy state of mind despite what are and have been, extremely challenging situations. The single tear shows that we do all need to release our emotions sometimes. That tear however does not come with a finite emotion, that is interpretive to the viewer – it has a meaning to me but I wish the viewer to interpret it in their own way. That single tear could be sadness, fear depression, anxiety etc. – anything in the perceived negative end of the emotional scale. But it could also be a tear of happiness, joy, pride, happy surprise, love etc. This is why I wish the viewer the interpret this as they will. Lastly, her feet are specifically shown, and shown as being bare. This is a way of demonstrating that her soul is exposed and open – both vulnerable and raw as well as accepting and empathetic.

Plaster on a Smile

PRICE: Negotiable
SIZE: A3 in A3 frame (picture = 21cm x 29.7cm, framed = 42cm x 29.7cm)
MEDIUM: Pencil (2B, coloured pencils, sandpaper)

ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

In front of you is a piece that you may find confronting and it was meant to be – simple yet bold. This piece is the caps locks way of me expressing my own personal journey through domestic violence and how I feel so strongly about it overall. I have placed the white ribbon which is usually associated with White Ribbon Australia, an organisation that promotes awareness of violence perpetrated upon women by men in domestic situations and advocates for its end. While I do support this movement, you will notice the figure leaving the room is ambiguous as to gender. That is purposeful as I believe we need to recognise ALL victims of domestic violence. A lot of men out there are being abused in various ways by their significant others but it will either go unreported due to shame and stigma or it will not be counted as a part of the statistics as organisations such as White Ribbon, however well meaning, focus only on the male on female violence. The reason my artwork has a woman/feminine image is because she is directly representing myself and other women I have personally known whom have survived domestic violence situations. The significance of the door is that often a perpetrator will leave immediately after (in my opinion, because of their own subconscious shame), but also the door is the proverbial one that the victim ‘accidentally’ bumped into causing the black eye…yet again! The woman’s hair shows that she is always still trying to maintain her identity but it has been tussled once again and hairs snapped by whatever type of physical assault occurred here. The bald patch demonstrating a time of someone I love whom had their hair torn out of their scalp during their assault. The chain with what appears to be her name HOPE around her neck, is far more metaphoric than that. The chain demonstrates the constraints that she feels, the sense of powerlessness from the emotional abuse and isolation. The chain is similar to bars or a fence recognisant of those in a prison. The chain is not complete though as it is broken and being held apart by the word HOPE. This is not her name as it would appear, this is what she has and needs. Hope is the only thing keeping her going and will be the only thing that will one day give her the strength to be able to make that run for safety and freedom. Hope is a strong emotion that we all could do with remembering to have, to hold onto and foster in others – not taking it for granted. Although her heart is crushed, her soul on the verge of being destroyed, hope is the glue that binds. This, combined with having to adhere to ‘social norms’, aide her in, each and everyday, no matter the pain or situation, plastering on a smile! The band aid across the mouth with the lipstick smile validates her efforts at hiding the situation, the band aid specifically, as is often perceived as ‘a band aid fix’, or band aids cover up sore spots, wounds or blemishes that we don’t want the light of day to see. The smile simply shows the face that people in these situations will put on and you may never even know that they are going through what they are – outwardly they are too proud, or scared, to let it show.  You might know someone or be that someone yourself. What is behind your smile?

In Indie’s Eyes

Not for sale
SIZE: A4 in A3 matted frame (picture = 21cm x 29.7cm, framed = 42cm x 29.7cm)
MEDIUM: Pencil (4B, 8B Woodless Graphite, knitting needle)

ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

Furpanions – dogs, cats, whichever or whatever your love, animals bring a unique kind of care into your life. In this case, we are referring to a particular gorgeous doggie Indie. A vibrant, full of life pup whom embodies the true unconditional love that dogs are so well known for. Now you would be forgiven for thinking that this beautiful girl is my own furpanion – sadly not. She is the furpanion of a close friend amd I have not even actually met Indie in person, only via video and image. I just knew when I saw her that her vibrancy needed to be captured. Sadly, I had to say goodbye to my dearest furpanion in June 2020 – a guide dog named Beth whose empathy and love opened my eyes to how far unconditional can truly go. She will always be in my heart but there is a hole where a furpanion belongs, one day hopefully to be refilled. For now I enjoy others’ furpanions, such as Indie.

In this piece, I wanted to capture Indie’s soul, as she has this presence about her that comes off her like a gentle sweet fragrance. In her eyes there appears to be an ongoing pool of love, adventure, and a twist of cheekiness. Her smile shows how happy she is with her hooman, the flappy, long tongue, poised to lick your entire face without a moments warning. Her jowls droopily hanging along the side of her ecstatic mouth, pulling her cheeks up into the cutest of dimples. She makes you want to just squeeze her happy cheeks and hug her eternally….or is that just me? Indie has a strong personality that shows through distinctly in her eyes and that is what I have done my best to capture here. Her ears are variably positionable and can look like they are missing one day to parachutes another, as can be seen here. I have captured her on a day that she was doing a half half kind of day. I like the lopsidedness of the ears as it just adds to her true personality. With this piece I tried a new technique than I am used to. I lightly scored the paper using a knitting needle both before and after applying the first layers of fur to help give more dimension to Indie. The final layers were done using varying pressures with a 8B woodless graphite pencil, thus giving the almost rubbing like appearance.

Soul Horizon

PRICE: Negotiable (for the right person/price as this piece is sentimental)
SIZE: A4 in A3 matted frame (picture = 21cm x 29.7cm, framed = 42cm x 29.7cm)
MEDIUM: Oil pastels

ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

This is not only a (biased opinion), beautiful sunset, nor is it only a sentimental piece, this is actually my first artistic foray into using oil pastels. Late one evening while enjoying some time with my daughter and reflecting on now passed guide dog, Beth or Betty as we called her; I got a sudden urgency to create or as I said to my daughter laughably at the time, “I must art!”. This piece however is not all giggles, but at the same time it is not all tears, even though my first reaction when I finished and looked at was to cry. As I mentioned in my biography, I put my all into my pieces, and this one was very close to my heart. With the pastels, I created a gradient sky from an almost dark purple night sky poking in through to the burning final flames of the days sun as it slips below the horizon. The ocean itself looks like it is on fire from the reflection of the sun drifting away but demonstrating that it’s flame will still burn brightly even when we cannot see it directly – similarly to people and furpanions in our life. Sometimes they may not be visible to us anymore, but the flame of their memory still burns brightly within our hearts and minds. The crashing wave coming into shore symbolising that nothing in life is smooth sailing but if you ride it out you will end up safely on solid land. The horizon line is completely ablaze as that it where all have gone that we have lost and all are coming from that we are yet to meet. For me personally this signifies the loss particularly of three special souls – my great grandmother who ever was taken from me when I was the same age as my daughter is now; my own Mum whom we lost in 2007 when my daughter was only four-months-old, and my soul mate guide dog Beth (Betty is what we called her), whom we lost June 2020. The paw prints in the sand, heading into the horizon are those of Beth as she had to travel that last walk without me.

There is so much beauty in the piece though, as each of the souls, all that I have lost and all lost in general are glistening in the background creating these magical sunsets for us. It feels like it is coming out toward you, that is the new life coming forth. New life doesn’t need to be literal, it can be whatever you need it to mean, interpret as you will.  Most of all what I wanted out of creating this piece was for people to find beauty, solace, peace and joy. If it moved you in anyway at all, then I feel that I have achieved my goals. May you find your inner peace and next time you miss a loved one, or a new life comes into your world, perhaps seek out a sunset/sunrise or think back to this piece.

Julie Cutts

Julie is an abstract artist who paints on canvas. She also enjoys making cards.

Flows

PRICE: $60
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Pouring paint on canvas

Patches – SOLD

PRICE: $45
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Paint with cloth or paper towel

Stream

PRICE: $40
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Pouring art

Rush

PRICE: $30
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Paint with cloth or paper towel

Steps

PRICE: $20
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Paint by sponge bath

Mark Osmond

Mermaid

PRICE: $30
SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Magic Unicorn

PRICE: $30
SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Harley Davidson

Not for sale
SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Rainbow Tiger

Not for sale
SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Leopards

Not for sale
SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Skull

Not for sale
SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Superman, Spiderman, Batman

Not for sale
SIZE: 15cm x 15cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Blue Budgie

PRICE: $50
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Diamond art

Steven Allison

Nyala Buck

PRICE: $270
SIZE: 50cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Lion King

PRICE: $270
SIZE: 50cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Susan Burns

Susan is not a trained artist but paints and draws to aid her depression and focuses on happy and colourful representations.

Window to Nirvana

Not for sale
SIZE: 50cm x 60cm
MEDIUM: Watercolour acrylic

Susan Cocks

Jane creates original and personalised handmade knits. Enquiries and orders can be made to Gabby on 0427 445 723.

Uluru

PRICE: Contact artist
SIZE: Small
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Hand-knitted / Australian pure wool / Original design

Coloured Moon and Clouds

PRICE: $225
SIZE: Large
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Background – synthetic / Planet – pure wool / Hand-knitted / Original design

Animal Print Striped Jacket

PRICE: $225
SIZE: Small
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Synthetic (wools) yarns

Tomi T Tahtela

Tommy was born in Finland in 1965.

A Journey #1 #2 #3 #4 #5

Not for sale
SIZE: A3
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Five-panel pencil drawing displayed as one unit

Trevor Sparrow

The Billabong

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Oasis of the outback

Mother Nature

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Mother Nature checking her forest

Waterfall

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Sound of running water

Hidden Gem

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 40cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Secret waterhole

The Path

PRICE: $100
SIZE: 40cm x 30cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Walking through a peaceful place

The Serenity

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Pencil
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Peace on the water

Life

PRICE: $150
SIZE: 50cm x 40cm
MEDIUM: Acrylic

Seeing Is Believing

PRICE: $100
SIZE: 30cm x 20cm
MEDIUM: Pencil
ARTIST’S DESCRIPTION: Look closely…there is more to find.

Join the discussion 20 Comments

  • Andy says:

    All of these artists are awesome! I love the diversity of these artworks, but in each one it’s clear to the viewer how much it means to the artist to express their creativity and feelings in their own way. Bravo and thankyou !!

  • Rhys Potuszynski says:

    The artwork of some of these paintings/drawings is amazing. The photography of the reflections is next level and something I can really appreciate. Well done to all who submitted their artwork.

  • Brendan Varnham-Harrison says:

    Great art work. Lots of detail and thought put in.

  • Nicole says:

    Awesome displays of talent and art! Enjoyed viewing these.

    • Lauren Minutolo says:

      What a lovely collection of artwork, expressing the many talents within our community. Thank you for sharing these incredible pieces, they are all beautiful and show a diverse range of technique.

  • Tina Dowsett says:

    What wonderful hidden talent is out there in the community – fabulous that hard work and artistic vision can be appreciated by many.
    Great work by all those involved.

  • Paul Reardon says:

    I am so impressed by the standard of the art work submitted by out talented Unity Housing tenants! Congratulations and thank you to everyone who has put their creative talents on display. Well done!

  • Lisa Finlay says:

    Congratulations to all that submitted their artwork for this display, there are some great pieces here. I love the pencil work, photography and also the nature paintings. How very clever you all are – thanks for sharing !!

  • Rebecca Masika Mazalla says:

    There is a wonderful array of artistry shown by our Unity tenants, it is lovely to see such passion and skills portrayed by the various people who entered their artwork for display, such great work!

  • Annette says:

    Wonderful art works.

  • Kym Pitcher says:

    As a fellow Unity housing Artist I was impressed by the quality of the work on exhibit,the standard of work is of high standards and Quality. Congratulations to all the artists and all of those behind the scenes that put in Thier hard work. It will be a privilege to exhibit with you next year. Thankyou for exhibiting your work, Well done Cheers Kym

  • Jody Smart says:

    To all my fellow artists, and all the other artists out there in the community, especially those with challenges. I just would like to say that it has been a privilege to share my meager and simple pieces of art with such great artists as yourselves. Each and everyone of you should be very proud of your ability to bring your creative vision to reality on canvas, paper or whatever your surface/medium. The emotional and passion here are visceral and I am awestruck by how great each and everyone of you is, each with such an individual artistic voice waiting to be heard. I look forward to seeing more from you all in the future. Fantastic job everyone. 👍👏😁 🎨

  • Jennifer says:

    The diversity and talent of these artist are amazing, a great display of exceptional artwork!

  • Lorna Bugden says:

    What an amazing collection! So good to see Unity Housing supporting their tenants in such an innovative and exciting way.

    Really love the diversity and level of talent of the works on display.

  • Emma Clay says:

    What a wonderful exhibition. What a fantastic opportunity for these artists to showcase their talents. Thanks for putting this online too – we often miss out on great exhibitions living so far from the big smoke.

  • Emma Clay says:

    What a wonderful exhibition! I’m so glad this was posted online so those in Regional areas get to see it too. Congrats to all the artists on their fantastic work.

  • Trish Burden says:

    What a wonderful way for individual artists to showcase their unique artwork as part of a shared exhibition space. So much variety. Simply awesome!

  • Janet Craig says:

    Well done Unity Housing. It’s great to see that you have involved your tenants in this exhibition and they have produced wonderful individual art pieces.

  • Daniel - DTAS says:

    This is incredible & a great display – Everyone has put a lot of work into their individual pieces of Artwork. Thank you for showcasing this beautiful world of creativity – Congratulations!!!!!!

  • Bev says:

    Some artists make statements about their views of the world, others make art about how they think it should, or could be and others love using different materials because they can. These works of art display a diverse and honest depiction of personal experiences, emotions and stories, and each artist has found a way to communicate their story in their own individual style.

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