Rona Green: Chancing Your Arm exhibition at Australian Galleries

 

The opening night of the Chancing Your Arm exhibition at Australian Galleries Melbourne

The opening night of the Chancing Your Arm exhibition at Australian Galleries Melbourne

 

Rona Green

Chancing Your Arm

7 – 26 July 2015

Australian Galleries Melbourne

35 Derby Street, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia

Open 7 days 10am – 6pm

 

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Australian Galleries reception area displaying works by Rona Green

 

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Another view of the Australian Galleries reception area with works by Rona Green

 

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Pencil and ink drawings on paper by Rona Green at the entrance of Australian Galleries

 

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‘Tela’, ‘Curl’ and ‘Bo’ hanging out at Australian Galleries

 

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‘Zulu’ surrounded by his harem of rabbit and cat flash monotypes at the entrance to the main gallery

 

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‘Marty (rhymes with party)’, ‘Dirck De Cock’, ‘Booger Sugar’, ‘Tomas’, ‘King of Punchbowl’ and ‘Brett’ by Rona Green

 

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‘Submission Magician’, ‘Shitehawk vs. Dirck ‘Foo-Foo’ De Cock’, ‘Mr Correct (Hank)’, ‘Maestro’ and ‘SMF’ by Rona Green

 

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View of the exhibition ‘Chancing Your Arm’ by Rona Green at Australian Galleries Melbourne 2015

 

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‘Brett’ and ‘Jacquy’ by Rona Green

 

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‘SMF’, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 152 x 168 cm, and Rona watching his back…

 

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A view of the exhibition ‘Chancing Your Arm’ and Rona in situ at Australian Galleries Melbourne 2015

 

Photography by Tim Gresham

 

Lord Alan Sugar

Lord Alan Sugar

 

“…you’ve come here to chance your arm, but I’m afraid to say, it’s the end of the road really.” – Lord Alan Sugar

 

 


8 Comments on “Rona Green: Chancing Your Arm exhibition at Australian Galleries”

  1. Asphyxia says:

    This looks amazing! Wish I’d been there 🙂

  2. John Ingleton says:

    Looks fabulous Rona. Thanks for sharing the show with those of us on the outer fringes.

  3. I would have loved to be in Melbourne to see this exhibition.
    It looks great, congratulations.

  4. Terry Matassoni says:

    Looks great


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