Exhibition: In The Company Of Colour
13 February 2021 : 10:00 AM - 28 February 2021 : 4:00 PM
A colourful exhibition of painting, textiles and glass featuring renowned artists Christine Hingston, Kjerstin Bjelland and Silvana Ferrario.
Exhibition Dates: 13 - 28 February 2021
Due to Covid restrictions we have changed the opening of the exhibition to a rolling opening on the weekend of 13-14th February between 10am - 4pm.
There will not be an evening opening.
Meet the Artists
You are welcome to come at any time on the weekend to meet the artists Silvana Ferrario and Kjerstin Bjelland who will be at the gallery. Unfortunately, Christine Hingston is currently in Bali. We will be happy to explain our art processes and inspirations.
On Sunday 14th February we will have music by Sue Bluck between1-3pm, with champagne and nibbles.
On Saturday 13th February, the gallery has a limit of 10 people and you must wear masks. There will be a waiting area set aside for you in case numbers are exceeded.
On Sunday 14th February, the gallery will revert back to normal if the current restrictions are lifted on 14th February at 12.01am. This means you will not have to wear masks and gallery limit of 60 people, although we will open the courtyard for any overflow.
If the restrictions are extended, then you can still Meet the Artists on the weekend, but we will not have music and food, and restrictions will be as for Saturday.
Donation to Fire Fund by the artists
As we all live or have lived in the hills, we feel empathy and sympathy for the victims of the recent fires and the devastation to families. As such we will donate 5% of our takings of any sales made on the opening weekend to the Lord Mayor's Wooroloo and Hills Bushfire Appeal 2021.
Gallery Opening hours: 9–4 weekdays; 10–4 weekends
View more information on the gallery here.
50 Railway Road,
Zig Zag Gallery located in Perth Hills Visitor Centre
Events and Zig Zag Gallery Coordinator
(08) 9257 9998
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.