33.3 goes White

This artwork Lymph Change by Kerrie Divett is part of the White exhibition in Lismore.
This artwork Lymph Change by Kerrie Divett is part of the White exhibition in Lismore.

Sometimes more can be said in the absence of things.

Gallery 33.3 (275 Keen Street) in Lismore opens its first exhition of the year tonight (Thursday, February 2) at 7pm.

White is a minimalist exhibition that looks at what can be achieved through limitation, restriction and the Zen of nothingness. Like a blank canvas, we are forced to invent ourselves.

This exhibition, exploring the theme of white, features the works of local artists Janelle Buckley, Marisa D' Ercole, Michelle Gilroy, James Hopkinson, Kerrie Divett, Ray Moller, Gareth Lindsay Deakin, Corinne Batt-Rawden, Jessica Houghton and Jackson Gooch.

Everyone is welcome to the opening where you can sup wine, view the art and chat with the artists.

White runs till February 16.

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