Creations from the man cave
About this exhibition
Creations from the man cave encourages people to become interested in art and the use of recycling materials.
Neil Elliott’s prime objective when making art is to explore, have fun, and to promote the recycling message all at the same time. The artist teaches skills associated with recycling, up-cycling and repurposing to help people feel empowered to create their own art.
Finding inspiration from found objects Neil gives them a new lease on life – reimagining the everyday to reflect happiness and positive experiences. He also draws inspiration from history and engineering but his imagination is reflected in the fun and somewhat cheeky artworks presented in the exhibition.
Alongside the exhibition, Neil also engages audiences in workshops connected to the artworks, which are a proven way to bring communities together to have fun, be creative and have positive environmental results.
Sculpture, Mixed Media
- 22 Artworks – 15 Sculptures, 7 Wall Works (2 Sculptures Require Power Source)
- Display Plinths for Artworks (Provided)
- 50 – 100 Square Metres
- Education Resource (Includes Teachers Notes, Curriculum and Ideas, Glossary of Terms, Primary and Secondary Gallery Questions)
- Free Education and Public Programs (Includes Public Events, Artist Talks Incursion and Excursion With Schools, Discounted Artbus, Sponsored by Healthway to Promote the Act Belong Commit Message)
Act-Belong-Commit Engagement Program.
Extra cost involved
Marketing Kit (Includes E-invitation Template, Artwork for Hard Copy Invitation, Media Release, Promotional Images, Logos and Acknowledgements)
Exhibition, Art on the Move and Healthway Panels
Exhibition Brochures (Free for Distribution)
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Exhibition Lighting 3d Artworks, Art Handling, Condition Reporting
*Extra cost involved
April 2017 – October 2019
Available WA and Interstate
WA $3,300.00 (Inc GST)
Interstate to be advised
4 crates totalling 7.18 Cubic Metres; Exhibition Delivered by a Dedicated Vehicle (WA)
April 7 – May 20 : Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery
August 24 – October 3 : Carnarvon Library and Gallery
February 5 – March 3 : Katanning Gallery
March 10 – March 24 : Mills Park Centre (City of Gosnells)
April 13 – May 6 : Ningaloo Centre, Shire of Exmouth
June 22 – July 22 : Collie Art Gallery
August 11 – September 22 : Geraldton Regional Art Gallery
October 19 – November 2 : Rockingham Arts Centre
January 7 – February 21 : Beach Street Gallery
April 5 – May 19 : Goldfields Art Centre
May 31 – June 28 : DADAA Lancelin
August 9 – September 15 : Lake Grace Regional Artspace