RAW Adelaide were back at The Producers Bar last Friday night, bringing local, underground talent to the forefront once again with their exhibition Reveal. It was packed out with both an array of talent and masses of supporters. With lines out the door, it was clear that Adelaide are definitely down with cheering on our local creatives.
Portrait and landscape photography, illustration, fashion and musical acts were just some of what was an incredibly diverse showcase of some of Adelaide’s greatest up-and-comers.
A natural theme was evident amongst many of the exhibitors. Nature inspired elements could be seen particularly strongly in Tammy Stoeckel’s impressive pencil, water colour and acrylic works. Animals featured heavily in her exhibit with the occasional breakaway of waves, landscapes and life drawing. You can find her social media here. Continuing with this theme, RAW saw the launch of Mcmurtrie Illustrations. Her realistic pieces contained beautiful combinations of natural elements such as animals and flowers. You can find more of her works here.
The night was complimented by live tunes by Mack Salmon, plus a makeup and fashion show, taking place later on in the evening. With great vibes stemming from the overwhelming encouragement that Adelaidians brought, RAW is sure to be a continued event on the East End.
For more information on what the night had on offer head on over here, and be sure to check out our gallery here!
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