Charles Blackman A Drawing A Day October 31 – November 7 2015 Anthea Polson Art is privileged and delighted to present an exclusive exhibition of Charles Blackman’s black and white drawings from the 1970s and onwards. The series has been selected by Christabel Blackman from a personal collection of her father’s works. Never previously exhibited, […]
Best wishes to Carolyn V Watson and all the very best for the opening of her solo exhibition, allgloryisfleeting (memoryandhand), at the Bundaberg Regional Gallery this Friday night, 30th October. The exhibition showcases the outcome of a year’s preparation and features more than 20 sculptures and mixed media drawings on linen. Her Artist Statement is attached below. […]
Announcing the Winners of the Paddington Art Prize 2015 Congratulations to Ross Laurie, Winner of the $25,000 Paddington Art Prize, from all those involved with Paddington Art Prize this year. Congratulations to our other prize winners: Robyn Sweaney, Winner of the Honourable Mention Prize, Joshua Cocking, Winner of the Highly Commended Prize, Catherine Cassidy, Winner […]
The house on the corner of Louisa Street is designed to catch the eye. It is painted pink, with purple gutters, for the simple reason that he always wanted to live in a pink house, though shocking the neighbours was a pleasant side effect, too. Though largely hidden by greenery, his friends like to refer […]
John Giese Interconnected October 17 – October 31 2015 Profound philosophical musings underpin the robustness emanating from John Giese’s works. “The power of interconnectedness and transformation starts within us. And the possibilities are endless,” he declares. “I became particularly interested in the nature of form, how tiny particles come together in almost infinite combinations to […]
Selected as a semi-finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize – with his self-portrait “Dad Joke” . Mixed media on plywood, 150 x 183 cm. Stephen also has an upcoming public exhibition “The Last Street in Highgate Hill” at the Museum of Brisbane, 24th October to 31st January, LINKED HERE.
Selected as Finalists in the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award, in Coffs Harbour. Craig Handley Pattern Recognition #3 oil on linen Stephen Nothling Six Of Deidre’s Wall Vase Collection oil on board 120 x 120 cm Seabastion Toast Still life with laughter and forgetting acrylic on canvas 75 x 75 cm
Chosen as Finalists in The Paddington Art Prize. A $25,000 National acquisitive prize for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape. Craig Handley Pattern Recognition #2 oil on linen 85 x 56 cm Robyn Sweaney The edge of town I, II, III (triptych) 2015 acrylic on linen 70 x 3000 cm