Solo Exhibitions

2021

“A SENSE OF PLACE” – Bendigo Bank, 282 Lygon St. Carlton, Victoria.

22nd Feb – 18th March 2022

“A Sense of Place” explores the themes of location, structure, belonging, and attachment.

Our sense of place is not only geographic – it can also be a feeling or perception, often determined by personal experiences and social interactions which in turn create memories and a sense of familiarity. The attachments we make to a particular place can even become part of our identity. Our sense of place was affected during COVID and continues to be affected as we are still experiencing restrictions, social distancing, and, for many of us, a different way of life.

This exhibition explores some of my favourite places; places that I have loved spending time in which have created personal memories for me, and others that I look forward to visiting again.

 

2021

CITY & COUNTRY – Meeniyan Art Gallery, 84 Whitelaw Street, Meeniyan Victoria. 6th Feb – 30th March 2020

2018

SNAPSHOT MELBOURNE – Marios Cafe, Fitzroy, Victoria
27th Nov – 17th Dec 2018

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2017

CITY, SUBURBS AND BEYOND – Mr. Burch, McKinnon, Victoria
1st – 30th March 2017

City, Suburbs and Beyond_Pauline Bailey

2016

FROM PLACE TO PLACE – West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul, Victoria
30th March – 6th May 2016

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2015

FACADE – Marios Cafe, Fitzroy, Victoria
24th February – 9th March 2015

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2015

BEYOND THE FACADE – Little Woods Gallery, Collingwood, Victoria
14th August – 5th September 2015

Beyond The Facade A5 Portrait

2014

AS I SEE IT – Burrinja Cafe Gallery, Upwey, Victoria
13th June – 27th July 2014

As I See It Invitation

2013

URBAN DETAIL – Tacit Contemporary Art, Abbotsford, Victoria
19th March – 7th April 2013

BAILEY_Urban Detail Invitation

2013

URBAN BLEND – Marios Cafe, Fitzroy, Victoria
30th July – 19th August 2013

Urban Blend Invitation

2012

URBAN MIX – Marios Cafe, Fitzroy, Victoria
9th – 30th April 2012

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