Opening Pics – Craig Handley ‘Anomalies’

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Opening Nights
Opening Pics – Craig Handley ‘Anomalies’

Saturday, August 20 was the opening of Craig Handley’s first solo exhibition in Queensland.  We were delighted that Virginia Rigney, Senior Curator at The Gold Coast City Art Gallery joined us to open the exhibition – which she did with a fascinating interview format. Craig Handley’s Anomalies exhibition showcases iconic Australian landscapes and scenes with symbolic […]

You Are Invited – Craig Handley ‘Anomalies’

Posted by on Aug 19, 2016 in Invitations
You Are Invited – Craig Handley ‘Anomalies’

craig handley anomalies August 20 – September 3 2016 Images of the landscape, be it rural, urban, suburban, have connotations for the artist whether we are aware of them or not. In scenes invested with symbolic twists and personal relevance, Craig Handley subtly communicates social, environmental and aesthetic considerations. In manifesting the anomalies, his works […]

Congratulations Craig Handley and Robyn Sweaney…

Posted by on Aug 12, 2016 in In the News
Congratulations Craig Handley and Robyn Sweaney…

Congratulations to Craig Handley and Robyn Sweaney for their selection into the Mosman Art Prize.  The Mosman Art Prize is an annual, acquisitive award for painting sponsored by Mosman Municipal Council. Established in 1947, the Prize is one of the oldest and most prestigious, local government art awards in Australia.  Craig was selected for an oil painting […]

Cathy Quinn – The Joy of Colour…

Posted by on Jul 27, 2016 in In the News
Cathy Quinn – The Joy of Colour…

“Cathy Quinn has abandoned all shades of grey and is blazing a trail across luminous landscapes…”

Opening Pics – Cathy Quinn ‘Alternate Reality’

Posted by on Jul 21, 2016 in Opening Nights
Opening Pics – Cathy Quinn ‘Alternate Reality’

A big thank you to everyone who came out in the rain to join us for the opening of Cathy Quinn’s exhibition last night – we hope Cathy’s luminous works brightened your weekend! The exhibition is hanging until July 30.  And a huge vote of thanks to our good friend Andrew Stark – who dragged […]

Congratulations – Martin Edge

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in In the News
Congratulations – Martin Edge

Congratulations also to Martin Edge on his selection as part of the Salon des Refusés at S. H. Ervin Gallery with Plain Martin. antheapolsonart.com.au || ‪#‎antheapolsonart‬ ‪#‎australianart‬‪#‎salondesrefuses2016‬ ‪#‎2016salon‬ ‪#‎shervingallery‬ ‪#‎martinedge‬ Each year the Salon panel goes behind the scenes of the judging process at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, to select an ‘alternative’ […]

Congratulations – Robyn Sweaney

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in In the News
Congratulations – Robyn Sweaney

Congratulations to Robyn Sweaney on her selection as part of the Salon des Refusés at S. H. Ervin Gallery with By The River. Each year the Salon panel goes behind the scenes of the judging process at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, to select an ‘alternative’ exhibition from the many works not chosen […]

Congratulations – Craig Handley

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in In the News
Congratulations – Craig Handley

Congratulations to Craig Handley who is a Finalist in the Wynne Prize with The Banker (or The King of Comedy) oil on linen  114 x 124 cm antheapolsonart.com.au || ‪#‎antheapolsonart‬ ‪#‎australianart‬ ‪#‎agnsw‬‪#‎wynneprize‬ ‪#‎craighandley‬

Congratulations – Robert Ryan

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in In the News
Congratulations – Robert Ryan

Congratulations to Robert Ryan who is a Finalist in the Wynne Prize with Rory’s Vision oil and charcoal on canvas 163.5 x 183 cm antheapolsonart.com.au || ‪#‎antheapolsonart‬ ‪#‎australianart‬ ‪#‎agnsw‬‪#‎wynneprize‬ ‪#‎robertryan‬  

You Are Invited – Cathy Quinn ‘Alternate Reality’

Posted by on Jul 6, 2016 in Invitations
You Are Invited – Cathy Quinn ‘Alternate Reality’

cathy quinn alternate reality July 16 – July 30 2016 “One of the aims of art is to reconcile us with the world, not by protest, irony or political metaphor, but by ecstatic contemplation of pleasure.” Robert Hughes The logic of reproducing appearances has been abandoned in Cathy Quinn’s, shimmering, ambiguous landscapes. “My current practice […]