Ross O'Meara at Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery

Friday 12 March 2021 - Tuesday 01 June 2021

Artist Ross O’Meara. Image courtesy of the artist.

Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery is bringing local art to the street. Over the next year a curated selection of artists of different mediums will be showcased in the paste-up gallery on the fence at Alphington Community Centre. The first artist featured is Ross O’Meara.

Ross O'Meara

Ross O’Meara is an abstract artist who predominantly works with paint, inks, copic markers and posca pens. He uses a very considered technique and places substantial emphasis on layering to create a tapestry of colourful dimensions which produces a joyous and celebratory effect.
He has been painting for more than 15 years and he has been part of several exhibitions. His work has sold both locally and internationally.
Ross typically works on paper but has also undertaken some large-scale murals.
Ross was born with Down syndrome and has lived his entire life in Melbourne. He is 62 years old. He lives in a care home in Kew. His home (as well as his garden) is full of his art.
Ross is part of Arts Project Australia in Northcote, and also creates with his favourite art buddy Kristian Glynn. Ross and Kristian currently meet at Alphington Community Centre.
Ross has previously been part of art programs run by Interact, NMIT and ILS.

 To find out more, visit the Alphington Neighbourhood website.

Exhibition Details:
Friday 12 March 2021 to 01 June 2021
Location: Alphington Community Centre, 2 Kelvin Road Alphington, 3078

Supported by Yarra City Arts.

Alphington Community Centre

Date and time:
Friday 12 March 2021 - Tuesday 01 June 2021

2 Kelvin Road, Alphington