Kate holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in painting from the National Art School and resides in Sydney. She recently held an exhibition at...
Soon to be architect Matthew Fennelly also has a Fine Arts degree from the National Art School. His recent series of paintings highlight his ability...
Braidwood artist Ray Monde is currently living in Seattle. Before he left for a one year stay in the USA, Ray experienced the full onslaught of the...
An extraordinarily beautiful exhibition of Aboriginal landscapes by artists from 3 remote desert art centres: Papulankutja Artists, Warlukurlangu Artists from Yuendumu and Warlayirti Artists from Balgo. This artwork presents the viewer with a wonderful display of forms rippling and swirling across the canvas in a myriad of tiny strokes and dots of paint.
Across the Table celebrates the beauty of spring, the collaborative and comforting nature of getting together, and the importance of forming new friendships in a creative environment, albeit also reflecting the recent hardships of a disorderly pandemic.
Ana draws on her film and theatrical background of making props and costumes to add another dimension to her love of the Australian bush and countryside. She is interested in blurring the relationships currently existing between imagination and reality. Ana’s mindset takes her to pathways unseen by others. There are no boundaries.
Kate’s work is filled with visual references from her home life and family; and from the natural environment where a sense of place encapsulates a unique approach to processing what she sees. Her landscape paintings portray nostalgic Australian vistas, and Kate’s interiors evoke universal familiar surroundings that elicit memories of small yet important moments in hers and our lives.
Irene Manion and Ellen King unite to form a binary exhibition here at Purple Noon Gallery. The artists have different but complementary skills, which will be presented, on opening night Saturday June 13th 2020.
In Irene’s Evening Birdsongand Ellen’s Sidestepping Spinifexthe Australian natural world is the overarching theme.
In her unique multi-coloured style Mellissa animates our natural environment by merging pixilated explosions of paint with a constantly changing pattern or sequence of elements. Colours of the light spectrum appear interrupted by delicate daubs that flicker across the canvas with grace and harmony.