QCA Galleries

Convergence: Perrin Millard

Convergence: Perrin Millard

Convergence reframes the way we view the changing face of nature, a multimodal exploration of elemental phenomena - evoking memory, emotion, and physical responses through the familiarity we have with our natural world.
Convergence: Perrin Millard

Convergence: Perrin Millard

Utilising the freedom of expanded painting across digital and traditional media, Perrin Millard interrogates this shifting acquaintance by connecting contemporary painting practices with classical and art historical methodologies.
Rainbow Vomit, Natalie Houston

Rainbow Vomit, Natalie Houston

Rainbow Vomit appears at first glance to be a playful multi-sculptural and painterly explosion. Abstract and surreal in nature, each element in the installation evokes a symbolism experienced in dreamstates. The works are symbolic of past relationships, sexual and psychological trauma, healing, resilience, and woman-hood.
Lighting Without Flash, Joe Ruckli

Lighting Without Flash, Joe Ruckli

Lightning Without Flash is a solo exhibition by documentary photographer Joe Ruckli which seeks to unearth the idiosyncratic qualities of Lightning Ridge, a rural mining town in northern New South Wales famous for its large deposits of Black Opal.