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New additions to the quickly disappearing flock! Bright and colourful bird works by REBECCA PIERCE are on display and available now. Rebecca is a Sydney based artist who attempts to push the medium of impasto to the extreme, creating lush, tactile and highly textured works.  ​ ​'In the Pink' 25 x 20cm acrylic impasto on canvas $ 350.00  ​ ​ #palletknifepainting 

New additions to the quickly disappearing flock!

Bright and colourful bird works by REBECCA PIERCE are on display and available now. Rebecca is a Sydney based artist who attempts to push the medium of impasto to the extreme, creating lush, tactile and highly textured works. 

​’In the Pink’ 25 x 20cm acrylic impasto on canvas $ 350.00 

​ #palletknifepainting 

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Some new works hung in the gallery, paintings left to right –  ​BEN TANKARD, NATHAN PADDISON and REBECCA PIERCE with sculptures by RHIANNON WEST and TERRY BARCLAY  ​ ​For enquires please contact the gallery  team  ​ ​

Some new works hung in the gallery, paintings left to right – 
​BEN TANKARD, NATHAN PADDISON and REBECCA PIERCE with sculptures by RHIANNON WEST and TERRY BARCLAY 

​For enquires please contact the gallery  team 

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'Going Bra Less' new sculpture by REBECCA PIERCE  ​ ​"My muse a barrel-chested rescue dog called Bells has found, since finding her first discarded bra, that parks have become the place for these unwanted treasures as well as the odd gstring and now in this new age facemasks. The resourceful canine sees us return home with a booty that can include belts, paint brushes, hair ribbons, rope and the odd paint roller. This cleansing has unexpectedly informed my sculptural practice and no doubt contributed to minimal but highly selective litter reduction."  ​ ​ ​

‘Going Bra Less’ new sculpture by REBECCA PIERCE 

​”My muse a barrel-chested rescue dog called Bells has found, since finding her first discarded bra, that parks have become the place for these unwanted treasures as well as the odd gstring and now in this new age facemasks. The resourceful canine sees us return home with a booty that can include belts, paint brushes, hair ribbons, rope and the odd paint roller. This cleansing has unexpectedly informed my sculptural practice and no doubt contributed to minimal but highly selective litter reduction.” 


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