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Close up of ANDREW BENNETT'S exciting new painting 'Kestrel Tool Box' which is 107 x 81cm acrylic on canvas. Please contact the gallery for further images and information.  FREE SHIPPING Australia wide, we also ship internationally!  ​ # realism

Close up of ANDREW BENNETT’S exciting new painting ‘Kestrel Tool Box’ which is 107 x 81cm acrylic on canvas. Please contact the gallery for further images and information.  FREE SHIPPING Australia wide, we also ship internationally! 

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Artist EDGAR SCHILTER in the studio.  ​ ​Edgar's subjects of interest are decidedly honest, with recurrent themes of architecture, mechanics, technology and science. His work focuses on the methodical and meditative reproduction of detail in the hopelessly untrendy modern tradition of artisanry. His work turns the lens over the technical and structural and blends it with the pattern and texture of nature. ​ ​View works by Edgar via our website, link in bio or please contact the tjg team.  ​

Artist EDGAR SCHILTER in the studio. 

​Edgar’s subjects of interest are decidedly honest, with recurrent themes of architecture, mechanics, technology and science. His work focuses on the methodical and meditative reproduction of detail in the hopelessly untrendy modern tradition of artisanry. His work turns the lens over the technical and structural and blends it with the pattern and texture of nature.

​View works by Edgar via our website, link in bio or please contact the tjg team. 

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Section of 'Foal' 60 x 122cm acrylic and graphite on board by BRENDAN KELLY  ​ ​"At the top of a one hundred foot pole an iron cow gives birth to a calf’. Or in this case a foal. There’s still so much beauty to be found in the world, but sometimes we forget. Music, writing, painting, creations that never could have been, without our hands. Conversations, connections, thoughts and ideas need not cease. This could be a time of growth. A time of birth." – Brendan  ​

Section of ‘Foal’ 60 x 122cm acrylic and graphite on board by BRENDAN KELLY 

​”At the top of a one hundred foot pole an iron cow gives birth to a calf’. Or in this case a foal. There’s still so much beauty to be found in the world, but sometimes we forget. Music, writing, painting, creations that never could have been, without our hands. Conversations, connections, thoughts and ideas need not cease. This could be a time of growth. A time of birth.” – Brendan 

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NOT LONG NOW !!! ​We are so excited for next Monday when we can have both doors open once more!  ​We so look forward to welcoming you all back into the gallery physically.  We will be operating within the COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and if you have any questions or would like to arrange a private viewing, please contact the team. ​​

NOT LONG NOW !!!
​We are so excited for next Monday when we can have both doors open once more! 
​We so look forward to welcoming you all back into the gallery physically. 

We will be operating within the COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and if you have any questions or would like to arrange a private viewing, please contact the team.

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'​Coalescence' sculpture on display at the 2021 Sculptures by the Sea Cottesloe by SAM HOPKINS. We recently did a Q&A to learn Sam, his works, practice and studio environment.  ​ Q. What is your studio like, can you describe it for us? ​ A. I have a small studio at home on what you’d consider a large block for an inner-city property with a large Jacaranda tree beside it. The studio is an old timber-framed asbestos line shed with two big timber barn style doors at the front, a real classic with a lean-to on the side that always seems to be overflowing with materials. It’s a compact space with workbenches and shelving on either side and some space in the middle to work on my projects, far from fancy but perfect for creating my smaller works. For my large scale works, I then lease a workshop of another artist that I also work with. Located in the Perth foothills, it’s surrounded by trees and nature, with a large 5m high space in the front equipped with a gantry crane for those larger than life works. Down the back is a single-story workspace lined with benches and machinery for all the assembly. Its an amazing place to be able to create. ​ '​Coalescence' 260 x 112 x 94cm Polished Stainless steel, Corten steel available now please contact the gallery for more images and information.  ​ ​​

‘​Coalescence’ sculpture on display at the 2021 Sculptures by the Sea Cottesloe by SAM HOPKINS. We recently did a Q&A to learn Sam, his works, practice and studio environment. 

Q. What is your studio like, can you describe it for us?

A. I have a small studio at home on what you’d consider a large block for an inner-city property with a large Jacaranda tree beside it. The studio is an old timber-framed asbestos line shed with two big timber barn style doors at the front, a real classic with a lean-to on the side that always seems to be overflowing with materials. It’s a compact space with workbenches and shelving on either side and some space in the middle to work on my projects, far from fancy but perfect for creating my smaller works.
For my large scale works, I then lease a workshop of another artist that I also work with. Located in the Perth foothills, it’s surrounded by trees and nature, with a large 5m high space in the front equipped with a gantry crane for those larger than life works. Down the back is a single-story workspace lined with benches and machinery for all the assembly. Its an amazing place to be able to create.

‘​Coalescence’ 260 x 112 x 94cm Polished Stainless steel, Corten steel available now please contact the gallery for more images and information. 

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Getting to know more about SAM HOPKINS whose 'Selected Works' Exhibition is on now! ​ Q. Do you listen to music while you create works, and if so what are you listening to at the moment? ​ A. I don't think I’d be able to do my work without listening to music or podcasts! As I can do many hours in the workshop a week, I tend to get sick of my music, so I usually just have it on “discovery weekly” on Spotify and find new artists. However, I’ve been listening to Tesky Brothers a lot on my recent project.  ​ ​

Getting to know more about SAM HOPKINS whose ‘Selected Works’ Exhibition is on now!

Q. Do you listen to music while you create works, and if so what are you listening to at the moment?

A. I don’t think I’d be able to do my work without listening to music or podcasts! As I can do many hours in the workshop a week, I tend to get sick of my music, so I usually just have it on “discovery weekly” on Spotify and find new artists. However, I’ve been listening to Tesky Brothers a lot on my recent project. 

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Q & A interview with Western Australian artist SAM HOPKINS !!!  ​ Q.​You use some incredible materials in your works, how did you learn to work with these…materials like aluminum, timbers and stainless steel? ​ A. We are fortunate enough to live in a time where you can learn just about anything online. I’d say about 80% of what I have learnt starts with countless hours of research online and then just giving it a go with lots of trial and error. The best way to learn is just to do and make mistakes. I’ve learned the rest from surrounding myself with artists and fabricators who are experts in that particular medium and asked plenty of questions.  ​ ​​

Q & A interview with Western Australian artist SAM HOPKINS !!! 

Q.​You use some incredible materials in your works, how did you learn to work with these…materials like aluminum, timbers and stainless steel?

A. We are fortunate enough to live in a time where you can learn just about anything online. I’d say about 80% of what I have learnt starts with countless hours of research online and then just giving it a go with lots of trial and error. The best way to learn is just to do and make mistakes. I’ve learned the rest from surrounding myself with artists and fabricators who are experts in that particular medium and asked plenty of questions. 

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Getting ready for SAM HOPKIN'S 'Selected Works' exhibition opening 24th of September with works available from the gallery team or via our website now.  ​ ​This work is '​Interdependence'- 47 x 45 x 40cm Corten Steel and Granite $ 4,500.00.  ​ #abstractform 

Getting ready for SAM HOPKIN’S ‘Selected Works’ exhibition opening 24th of September with works available from the gallery team or via our website now. 

​This work is ‘​Interdependence’- 47 x 45 x 40cm Corten Steel and Granite $ 4,500.00. 

#abstractform 

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A few more images from the Opening Night of Untitled. 2021! ​ ​If you would like receive invitations to our gallery events or to stay in touch with upcoming artists and new works have you considered joining our mailing list? ​ ​​You can always visit our website to fill in the form or contact Rebecca, Jess or Julie at the gallery! ​ ​ ​

A few more images from the Opening Night of Untitled. 2021!

​If you would like receive invitations to our gallery events or to stay in touch with upcoming artists and new works have you considered joining our mailing list?

​​You can always visit our website to fill in the form or contact Rebecca, Jess or Julie at the gallery! ​

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A few snaps from the Opening Night of Untitled. 2021  ​ ​Thank you to everyone who joined us on the night and a special thank you to brewery for supporting the event with their wonderful beer and cider which was greatly enjoyed! ​ ​The exhibition continues until June 4th and for any enquiries or questions please feel free to contact the gallery or visit our website for more.  ​ ​ ​

A few snaps from the Opening Night of Untitled. 2021 

​Thank you to everyone who joined us on the night and a special thank you to @younghenrys brewery for supporting the event with their wonderful beer and cider which was greatly enjoyed!

​The exhibition continues until June 4th and for any enquiries or questions please feel free to contact the gallery or visit our website for more. 


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