The Upstairs Gallery
27 Apr 2022
The Upstairs Gallery is a community gallery with a light and airy space and boutique shop. We promote not only our established members, but new artists fresh to the arts scene.
Little is known about what happened on Thursday, June 12, 1956 near the small mining town of Jerome, Arizona.
A media blackout instigated by a government in the grips of cold war paranoia was largely successful and it's taken years of hard work and persistance by a small group of dedicated underground investigators to finally bring the incident to light.
This exhibition features portraits, eyewitness accounts and artist impressions of the unexplained craft seen in and around that small town some 66 years ago.
Phillip Fickling a paper engineer has contributed to this exhibition by creating a flying saucer! Phillip designs and creates breathtaking model kits, pop-up books and sculptures with nothing more than paper and cardboard.
All works are for sale.
You are most welcome to join us for drinks and nibbles as we open the exhibition on National Space Day, Friday 6 May 2022 from 6 - 7.30pm.
_THE JEROME INCIDENT, 1956_ BY PETER FORCE ON SHOW UNTIL 29 MAY 2022.
TUESDAY - SUNDAY 10AM - 4PM