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Dom's Bar "Metal Art" Exhibition
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Dom's Bar "Metal Art" Exhibition

Metal Art exhibition will be on at Dom's Bar 23 July, Aralia street Nightcliff.  James Gorrie creates metal art and is inspired by the bushland around Darwin.  The machine age is dumped on the urban fringe, car parts, metal machinery, the industrial revolution is found in the bush, dumped, burnt…

Metal art exhibition
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Metal art exhibition

Metal Art Show On Display at Darwin Visual ArtsThe Bronze age & the Iron age, Celtic art can still be found in stolen cars and burnt out cars in the bush around Palmerston. The cross tied together with the flowing forms of Celtic culture are combined through recycled car parts. Exhibition 9 July Darwin“Metal…

Artistic response to Covid
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Artistic response to Covid

Darwin lockdown inspires metal artI am a metal artist living in rapid creek and I made a sculpture that represents Corona Virus. I was inspired by the aggressive images of covid 19, if you get covid you may need oxygen from tanks to stay alive and sadly some do not make it, the cross represents the…

Art work from welding course on display
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Art work from welding course on display

Heavy Metal Art Show On Display at Darwin Visual Arts“Heavy Metal” is about the intersection of urban living clashing with the bush, the expended machine age is dumped on the urban fringe where the two meet and chaos is the outcome or some would say urban hell. Car parts, metal machinery, the industrial…