REDinc. Artists


April 7 - 19 2017

Nathan Gooley Untitled, 2017 screenprint on paper ​30 x 40 cm
Nathan Gooley Mummy and Foxes, 2017 screenprint on paper 30 x 40 cm
Nathan Gooley The Gooley Gang, 2017 screenprint on paper ​30 x 40 cm
Willie Mutton Untitled 2, 2017 Acrylic on canvas ​150 x 120 cm
John Rose Untitled, 2017 Mixed media on canvas ​80 x 60 cm
Kieran Fahy Patience Acrylic on canvas ​80 x 60 cm
Quinlyn Seikot After Modigliani, 2017 mixed media on paper ​40 x 30 cmc
Quinlyn Seikot Duck, 2017 mixed media on paper ​40 x 30 cm
Quinlyn Seikot Cows, 2017 mixed media on paper ​40 x 30 cm

REDinc. Artists return to Lone Goat Gallery to share their fresh and unique view of the world through art.

REDinc. Art Exhibition Director, Josie Donnelly, says, “The REDinc. IncREDible ART EXHIBITION will give insight into the lives, interests and experiences of local contemporary artists with disability, by showcasing their vision, spirit and breadth of abilities; expressed beautifully in their range of works. The artworks are vibrant, expressive and passionate.”

Our artists participate regularly in group and solo exhibitions throughout the year, as well as exhibiting in art competitions regionally, nationally and internationally. The professional art practices of the REDinc. artists are supported by experienced and passionate local artists and facilitators; this exhibition is just one our yearly events that showcase the talent of our artists.'

About REDinc: 

REDinc. is a not-for-profit, grassroots community organisation and registered NDIS provider; offering a wide range of innovative services in disability, mental health, employment pathways and family services. Established for nearly 30 years in the local community, REDinc. also operates a number of local social enterprises including eSpace (robotics, coding, gaming, filmmaking), The Northern Rivers Youth Employment Initiative, Pottery To The Max and Red Hot Off The Press.  

REDinc. works creatively with people who have a disability, their families, and carers, to achieve a quality of life and a sense of belonging by providing opportunities to reach their goals and aspirations.

The REDinc. vision is to be known as the most creative and innovative leader in delivering outcomes, for and with people with disabilities in the Northern Rivers and employs over 100 staff, providing a service to over 200 local families.