Tag: sydneyart

We are loving the bright and beautiful new works of DYLAN COOPER for his solo exhibition 'What Once Was' currently on display now at the gallery.  ​ ​This work is  'Choose Your Own Adventure'  80 x 70cm unframed 83 x 73 x 5.7cm framed size acrylic on poly cotton framed in Tasmanian Oak $ 1,800.00 ​ ​ ​

We are loving the bright and beautiful new works of DYLAN COOPER for his solo exhibition ‘What Once Was’ currently on display now at the gallery. 

​This work is  ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ 
80 x 70cm unframed 83 x 73 x 5.7cm framed size
acrylic on poly cotton framed in Tasmanian Oak $ 1,800.00


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Pictures artist GEMMA LYNCH-MEMORY in the gallery for the Opening Night Event of her solo exhibition 'Resonate' which is on display now until April 30th.  ​ ​To view a full catalogue of works or for more images or information please contact the team or visit our website   ​ ​ #contemporaryart  ​ ​

Pictures artist GEMMA LYNCH-MEMORY in the gallery for the Opening Night Event of her solo exhibition ‘Resonate’ which is on display now until April 30th. 

​To view a full catalogue of works or for more images or information please contact the team or visit our website  

​ #contemporaryart 

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"The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind" – Bob Dylan.  ​ ​NIKI McDONALD'S 'Amended Traditions' series.  ​Niki recontextualises tapestries, darning them with urban cheek, subculture slang and popular lyrics to songs attempting to break the customary stereotypes by sassing up the traditional subject matter.  ​ ​​​​​ textiles #artgallery  #sydneyart 

“The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind” – Bob Dylan. 

​NIKI McDONALD’S ‘Amended Traditions’ series. 
​Niki recontextualises tapestries, darning them with urban cheek, subculture slang and popular lyrics to songs attempting to break the customary stereotypes by sassing up the traditional subject matter. 

​​​​​ textiles #artgallery  #sydneyart

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Close up picture of AL ROBERT'S sculpture 'Drag Race' on display in the gallery.  ​​"I often look to explore how the impulsive thoughts, and unpredictable movements of youth can be illustrated in the aging body." – AL ROBERTS ​ Drag Race ​edition 4/12 13.5 x 21 x 16cm bronze $ 2,400.00 ​ ​ ​

Close up picture of AL ROBERT’S sculpture ‘Drag Race’ on display in the gallery.

​​”I often look to explore how the impulsive thoughts, and unpredictable movements of youth can be illustrated in the aging body.” – AL ROBERTS

Drag Race
​edition 4/12 13.5 x 21 x 16cm bronze $ 2,400.00


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"We live with flowers our whole lives, from the bunches on our dining room tables to the ones growing in our gardens to the peppering of colourful blooms in parks and on our daily walks. They are all remarkable and beautiful and necessary for our wellbeing. There are ones reared in hot- houses and even the simple wild ones in the meadows, always there bridging gaps in our emotional and spiritual lives, in prayers, smiling with laughter, celebrating our complex lives with sprinkles of happiness." – ASTRID DAHL ​ ​Astrid's vibrant flower series is available and on display at the gallery including this piece 'Bird of Paradise Lives in Paradise' 92 x 137cm, oil, acrylic and mixed media on canvas ​ ​​

“We live with flowers our whole lives, from the bunches on our dining room tables to the ones growing in our gardens to the peppering of colourful blooms in parks and on our daily walks. They are all remarkable and beautiful and necessary for our wellbeing. There are ones reared in hot- houses and even the simple wild ones in the meadows, always there bridging gaps in our emotional and spiritual lives, in prayers, smiling with laughter, celebrating our complex lives with sprinkles of happiness.” – ASTRID DAHL

​Astrid’s vibrant flower series is available and on display at the gallery including this piece ‘Bird of Paradise Lives in Paradise’ 92 x 137cm, oil, acrylic and mixed media on canvas

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BRENDAN KELLY'S – 'Sprinkler' ​122 x 81cm acrylic, charcoal and cardboard collage on plywood $ 2,900.00 ​ ​Be sure to keep an eye out for more works by Brendan coming soon to the gallery with his pop up exhibition being held from the  1st to the 14th of May !  ​ gestural #acrylicart  ​

BRENDAN KELLY’S – ‘Sprinkler’
​122 x 81cm acrylic, charcoal and cardboard collage on plywood $ 2,900.00

​Be sure to keep an eye out for more works by Brendan coming soon to the gallery with his pop up exhibition being held from the  1st to the 14th of May ! 

gestural #acrylicart 

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"There are many ‘happy points’ for me in the development of a portrait it is like exploring a map and finding new and unexpected, unexplored territory. The processing of a face on the canvas is like a fresh landscape opening up, but faces like the natural and urban landscape can conceal and hide secrets." – REBECCA PIERCE  ​ ​'The Dissertation Revisited Part 4' – 91 x 91cm mixed media on canvas $ 2,600.00 ​ ​Rebecca's solo exhibition 'Chroma' continues at the gallery until March 26th !  ​ ​​

“There are many ‘happy points’ for me in the development of a portrait it is like exploring a map and finding new and unexpected, unexplored territory. The processing of a face on the canvas is like a fresh landscape opening up, but faces like the natural and urban landscape can conceal and hide secrets.” – REBECCA PIERCE 

​’The Dissertation Revisited Part 4′ – 91 x 91cm mixed media on canvas $ 2,600.00

​Rebecca’s solo exhibition ‘Chroma’ continues at the gallery until March 26th ! 

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Sections of JI CHEN'S 'Lotud Pond Series II' 100 x 120cm, 103 x 123cm framed.  ​Ji Chen was born in Shanghai, China. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at Shanghai Drama Academy in 1984, and later worked as chief set designer for the Beijing Opera Theater Company of China. His technical mastery showcased in his breath-taking landscapes quickly grew in reputation.  ​ ​​​ ​

Sections of JI CHEN’S ‘Lotud Pond Series II’ 100 x 120cm, 103 x 123cm framed.

​Ji Chen was born in Shanghai, China. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at Shanghai Drama Academy in 1984, and later worked as chief set designer for the Beijing Opera Theater Company of China. His technical mastery showcased in his breath-taking landscapes quickly grew in reputation. 

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