Serpentine Community Gallery is very proud to present

the 9th dynamic “Scarlet” exhibition.

Exploring the senses, the sensual and the erotic, this is one of our

very favourite shows. Each year its scope has broadened

and this year the focus is on Sexuality, Love, Lust and the Erotic.

We thoroughly enjoy supporting the Northern Rivers

and the wider arts community to push the boundaries of art

in all its forms, concepts and messages.

Our curators are putting together an amazing exhibition featuring

artworks by over 30 esteemed & emerging artists who live in our region.


"Scarlet" opens on Friday the 21st of July 2017.

The night starts early, doors open at 6pm, and as the night progresses there will be music, art, socialising and tasty light refreshments,

as well as a few surprises. An open mike will be available so artists

of all persuasions can share their expressions through song,

poetry or performance in the spirit of Scarlet.

Babysitters are recommended as, as per tradition, it promises to be

an adults only evening. Dress code is optional, but if you like dress

to the theme. Guests are encouraged to wear red, black & white.

Entry is free. Everyone is welcome!!

Scarlet” runs until the 22nd of August 2017.

The artworks

'Pope Boss'

clay bisque fire

by Antoinette O'Brien



by Theodore Kennett-Raj



by Ray Moller

'Naked Light'


by Michael Clifton

'Red & Black'

mixed media

by Helen Cooling


mixed media

by Vicki Grey



by Ken Swan