Zoe Tweedale

_Deinonychus - The Terrible Claw_ 90x160cm oil on canvas

Artist Profile | Erwin Fabian "Raising the bar"

News posted Thursday June 11, 2015


Artist Profile
Erwin Fabian | Raising the bar
By Lucy Stranger | June 11, 2015
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Gallery NEWS

News posted Wednesday June 10, 2015

Melinda Marshman is currently on a residency at the Cité in Paris. Melinda was awarded the Onslow Storrier National Art School Paris Studio Residency on completing her Honours in painting at the National Art School last year

Katherine Edney is a finalist in the Kogarah Art Prize

Peter De Lorenzo has again been selected for Réalités Nouvelles, an international survey of contemporary abstraction to be held in Paris in October, and has also been included in Baker’s Dozen at Goulburn Regional Art Gallery 28 August – 26 September

Karen Choy & Sandra Taylor have been included in
The Studio Ceramics Tradition at the National Art School
curated by Glenn Barkley
National Art School Gallery
5 June – 8 August

Geoff Harvey is in
Hazelhurst Works on Paper Award
until 26 July

Simon Hodgson has been selected for
Sculpture by the Sea
28 October – 8 November

Patricia Lawrence won the
Sculpture in the Valley Indoor Sculpture Prize

Patrick Francis & Friends e-catalogue

News posted Saturday March 7, 2015

Ian Pearson in SMH

News posted Saturday January 24, 2015

Ian Pearson’s small, luscious oils on canvas turn landscape and still-life objects into a semiabstracted dance of colour and light
Patricia Anderson, Sydney Morning Herald 24/25 January 2015

Ian Pearson| Just a thought |until 4 February

(small) GEMS gets the thumbs up

News posted Tuesday December 9, 2014

The Culture Concept Circle
Xmas Presents to Pine for – Give (Small Gems) of Art

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Sydney East Art Walk | Saturday 6 December

News posted Wednesday December 3, 2014

please join us for the next
East Sydney Art Walk

Saturday 6 December

20 galleries

East Sydney
Elizabeth Bay
Kings Cross
Potts Point
Rushcutters Bay

Alaska Projects
BackStage Project Space CDGallery
Black Eye Gallery
Chalk Horse
Conny Dietzschold Gallery
The Cross Art Projects
Dominik Mersch Gallery
The Drawing Room
Gallery 9
King Street Gallery on William
Liverpool Street Gallery
National Art School Gallery
Robin Gibson Gallery
Soho Galleries
Stanley Street Gallery
Stills Gallery
Watters Gallery
Yuill Crowley

Art Walk Map.pdf

Art Walk Details.pdf

Katherine Edney | Artist Talk | Portia Geach

News posted Friday November 21, 2014

Katherine Edney, a finalist in this year’s Portia Geach Prize at the S.H. Ervin Gallery with her portrait of fellow artist David Capra, will be giving a talk there at 3pm this Sunday 23 November

Karen Choy in The Culture Concept Circle

News posted Tuesday October 14, 2014

The Culture Concept Circle
Robin Gibson Gallery – Karen Choy and her Ceramic Heritage
By Carolyn McDowall ⋅ October 13, 2014

Clever creative ceramic works by artists of renown is always a feature of the Robin Gibson Gallery at Darlinghurst in Sydney. Robin Gibson relishes artists who both explore and passionately pursue curious and compelling imagery, which appeals to all ages, all cultures and sensibilities. Representing artists such as Stephen Bowers and Mark Thompson and Karen Choy, he celebrates the unique techniques they have each developed based on modern and contemporary concepts that influence the world of visual arts.

Currently ceramicist Karen Choy has a wonderful display of works on view until October 22, showcasing the ‘year of the horse’. They enchant, drawing on elements from the Chinese history of ceramic wares and their nation’s cultural development, to provide appealing snapshots of animal fables and folklore. They showcase stunning colours, shiny glazes and bear motifs gleaned from historical, floral and fauna sources and they bring both beauty and pleasure

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Karen Choy Horse Play until 22 October

Karen Choy | SMH Spectrum | The Planner

News posted Saturday October 11, 2014

Caitlin Casey in The Art Life

News posted Friday October 10, 2014

the art life
from Sharne Wolff October 10, 2014

The notion of authenticity in the stories of Australia’s natural history has been the concern of emerging artist Caitlin Casey’s practice to date. On graduating from the National Art School last year, Casey’s body of photographs probed her findings about the young Charles Darwin’s nineteenth century expedition from Sydney to Bathurst. The inspiration for this exhibition came from her recent discovery that Australia’s highest peak, Mount Kosciuszko (previously known by it’s anglicised name, Kosciusko), swapped names with the nearby Mount Townsend – actually the higher of the two peaks.

Casey’s first solo show comprises thirteen photographs. Multiple black and white images drawn from the digital archives of the State Library have been uploaded, downloaded, manipulated and overlapped with original colour photographs taken by Casey in the Kosciuszko region. Despite their somewhat convincing appearance, the eventual landscapes are completely artificial. We already know that the act of photography stretches the truth. Without making any secret of doing so, Casey’s work both exposes the idea of the fake and simultaneously adds a further layer of critique. Acting as a visual historiography her images critically examine the flux and mutation of truth as it’s absorbed into our histories.

Until October 22 Robin Gibson Gallery, Darlinghurst Pic: Caitlin Casey, Fracture No. 3 (Kosciuszko/Kosciusko) C-Type print, edition of 3, 30 × 42cm. Courtesy the artist and Robin Gibson Gallery

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