Fulton crosses threshold at The Artery

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Choosing a Direction  barb fulton
“Choosing a direction” is among the striking works to be included in Warrnambool artist Barb Fulton’s show at The Artery that opens on April 30.

[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #A02F2F;”] T [/dropcap]he new exhibition space at The Artery, in Warrnambool, is already proving its worth with another top-shelf exhibition that runs until May 24 and features the works of Warrnambool artist Barb Fulton.

The exhibition is entitled “Threshold” and explores the themes of discovery, journey and possibility. The viewer is tempted to ask what lies beyond the threshold? What is hidden behind that door? What will I discover if I take a risk and step beyond my comfort zone?

Barb is the second artist to exhibit in the Timor St space, following the inaugural – and popular – exhibition by Gareth Colliton. Barb is also a much-loved figure on the local art scene, which she has been a part of since studying as a mature-age student in the now-defunct Fine Art Degree at Deakin University in the late 1980s.

Warrnambool artist Barb Fulton with Barrier, another of her works to feature in the exhibition, Threshold.


[box type=”bio”] The Artery is at 224 Timor St. Warrnambool, and is open Wed-Sun 10am – 4pm.[/box]

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