Five female graphic designers based in the Limestone Coast make up the Sole Sisters Collective.

Bianca Richardson, Melissa Horton, Kristyn Jones, Anna Mitchell and Julia Reader all have a passion for creating. As ‘soloists’ they rarely have the opportunity to collaborate with other artists in day-to-day proceedings. The Sole Sisters Collective enables them to break free from the artistic restrictions imposed on them in their working lives, and allows them to work together to explore themes with total creative freedom.

Following the success of their "Mix Tape" exhibition at the Old Mount Gambier Gaol, their exhibition "Patternista" explores the theme of patterns.

It officially opens on Friday 12th February 2016 at The Main Corner complex, Mount Gambier, and then be open from 13th February - 4th March. 7th March - 3rd May will see the exhibition visiting the Port MacDonnell Community Complex.

at The Main Corner Complex
THE PATTERNISTA EXHIBITION

at The Main Corner Complex

Keep up to date with how the exhibition is progressing and for sneak peeks of artwork.

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The Collabs

The collaborative artwork pieces that the Sole Sisters Collective produces are always popular.

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Gambier Print
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City of Mount Gambier