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We are delighted and intrigued by these foreign and yet familiar scenes painted by artist J Valenzuela Didi. His incredible style and use of colour adds to the alienating and yet intimate artwork he creates. "Like in photographs of the Apollo missions, there is a stillness that exists in the moment of discovery. And in this stillness, all at once, the infinite and ephemeral can be felt. " – J DIDI

We are delighted and intrigued by these foreign and yet familiar scenes painted by artist J Valenzuela Didi. His incredible style and use of colour adds to the alienating and yet intimate artwork he creates. “Like in photographs of the Apollo missions, there is a stillness that exists in the moment of discovery. And in this stillness, all at once, the infinite and ephemeral can be felt. ” – J DIDI

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Quik snap of the gallery featuring J VALENZUELA DIDI whose new series of works are dazzling the exhibition side of the gallery. In the background REBECCA PIERCE ' Pen is mightier than the sword' Diptych and sculptures by HUGH McLACHLAN and JENNY GREEN. #currentexhibition  #stainlesssteel  

Quik snap of the gallery featuring J VALENZUELA DIDI whose new series of works are dazzling the exhibition side of the gallery. In the background REBECCA PIERCE ‘ Pen is mightier than the sword’ Diptych and sculptures by HUGH McLACHLAN and JENNY GREEN.
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"Feeling Gravity's Pull" is an exhibition of works that explore the fragmented moments of daily life. The figures and objects that appear in these scenes a reminder that we are all celestial bodies floating in space, bound by gravity’s pull." – J VALENZUELA DIDI Exhibition on now, contact us to view more! J Valenzeuela Didi  The Message, 61 x 91cm, acrylic on canvas $2,250.00 #popup 

“Feeling Gravity’s Pull” is an exhibition of works that explore the fragmented moments of daily life. The figures and objects that appear in these scenes a reminder that we are all celestial bodies floating in space, bound by gravity’s pull.” – J VALENZUELA DIDI
Exhibition on now, contact us to view more!
J Valenzeuela Didi 
The Message, 61 x 91cm, acrylic on canvas $2,250.00

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Insitu image of works in the Neutral Bay gallery hung for J VALENZUELA DIDI'S pop up ' Feeling Gravity's Pull' on now! "When I create images, I want to capture my memories of moments when I felt like an explorer in this distant world, submerged in these alien landscapes. It is in urban scenes; backyards and streets, that I feel the greatest sense of discovery" – J Didi   #exhibition 

Insitu image of works in the Neutral Bay gallery hung for J VALENZUELA DIDI’S pop up ‘ Feeling Gravity’s Pull’ on now! “When I create images, I want to capture my memories of moments when I felt like an explorer in this distant world, submerged in these alien landscapes. It is in urban scenes; backyards and streets, that I feel the greatest sense of discovery” – J Didi   #exhibition

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LORIBELLE SPIROVSKI, 'Portrait of no one 3' , 137 x 137cm, acrylic on canvas Archibal finalist Loribelle Spirovski creates unique and captivating portraits of figures and faces in an attempt to find herslef within the frame. "Emphasising gesture to create movement and drama. These monochromatic pieces harken back to 1970’s posters during the height of Pop Art" – Spirovski

LORIBELLE SPIROVSKI, ‘Portrait of no one 3’ , 137 x 137cm, acrylic on canvas

Archibal finalist Loribelle Spirovski creates unique and captivating portraits of figures and faces in an attempt to find herslef within the frame. “Emphasising gesture to create movement and drama. These monochromatic pieces harken back to 1970’s posters during the height of Pop Art” – Spirovski

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HUGH McLACHLAN – 'Bathing Woman' Hugh trained as a jeweller and for him "sculpture wass a natural progression.. the techniques are very similar and the visualization of complex three dimensional forms in miniature is a good discipline for later working with larger sculptural forms. It was an era of blissful optimism and the best sort of naivety – make sculpture, paintings and jewellery, why not?" – Hugh

HUGH McLACHLAN – ‘Bathing Woman’
Hugh trained as a jeweller and for him “sculpture wass a natural progression.. the techniques are very similar and the visualization of complex three dimensional forms in miniature is a good discipline for later working with larger sculptural forms. It was an era of blissful optimism and the best sort of naivety – make sculpture, paintings and jewellery, why not?” – Hugh

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