Congratulations to Kristin McIVER who’s major piece “All that is solid melts into air” has been acquired by Latrobe University Museum of Art (LUMA) for their collection of contemporary art.
Congratulations to artists, Joanna Logue, Robert Malherbe and Jeff MakinAll selected as finalists in the 2014 Paddington Art Prize. Joanna LogueDucknest paddock – Essingtonoil on linen60 x 160cm Robert Malherbe Landscape IIIoil on linen65 x 56cm Jeff MakinCradle Mountainoil on linen122 x 183cm(Detail illustrated)
The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize at the South Australian Museum is an international prize dealing specifically with themes of natural science and environmental concerns. It is the second time Richard has won the award in the paintings category, which was judged this year by Kate Bergin (artist) and Andrew Durham (former art conservator for the Tate Gallery).
In relation to the work, Richard stated:
The Path of the Eel (2013) is a neo-Romantic Australian landscape featuring an iconic and most adaptable animal that I have admired since childhood. The composition simultaneously involves a vertical Eastern landscape and one which refers to the multiple panoramic views of land and fauna made by nineteenth century naturalists and explorers. I like to make works that have deep roots in art history, and which address issues of the beauty of natural forms and the importance of their preservation.
Pictured: The Path of the Eel, (2013), oil on board, 120 x 180 cm
Join artist, Robert Malherbe in the gallery this Saturday July 5th at 2pm to hear him speak about his current exhibition. The exhibition closes Sunday July 6th. RSVP for the talk is essential. P: 9416 3966E: firstname.lastname@example.org
A group exhibition curated by artist Michael Peck. Exhibition opening; Thursday June 26th.Exhibition dates; June 26th – July 25th Including artists: kate Rhode, Kristin McIver; Reko Rennie; Bindi Cole; Michael Staniak; Juan Ford; Robin Eley; Natasha Bieniek; Ash Keating; Robert Doble & Simon Strong. Illustrated: Divine Intervention, by Kristin McIver
Congratulations to Milan Milojevic who has had five works acquired by the RACV for their collection of contemporary art. Wind FriezeSky FriezeIslandia Frieze 2Dark Nature 5 (after Merian)Dark Nature 6 (after Merian) Illustrated:Wind Frieze (detail)Digital Print – Blind embossing etching and digital printImage Size: 45 x 180$3500 inc GST Edition of 10
Exhibition now on preview. Opening night. Thursday June 12th. 6:00pm – 8:00pm Image details: Robert MalherbePeoniesAcrylic on paper76 x 56cm$4800
Eolo Paul Bottaro is one of six contemporary artists featuring in “The Medium Is The Message” – a new exhibition curated by Michael Brennan and currently at LUMA | La Trobe University Museum of Art until 27 June, 2014. Bottaro’s monumental and iconic painting “Pactolus” (pictured) is included in the exhibition.
Residency Unlimited is delighted to present Ways of Reading, a solo exhibition by Australian artist Kristin McIver curated by Boshko Boskovic RU Program Director at Court Tree Collective, 371 Court Street, Brooklyn. The opening takes places on Saturday, April 12 from 6-8pm. Exhibition dates April 12 � May 3rd 2013. Through text-based objects the artist […]
Jenny Rodgerson’s painting, “Sleeping on Trestles” (oil on linen, 91 x 197cm) has been selected as a Finalist in the 2014 Benalla Nude Art Prize. Please contact James Makin Gallery for more information.
The major multi panel wall installation “Tabula Rasa” by Godwin Bradbeer has been acquired by Hume City Council for their permanent collection of contemporary art.
Congratulations to Jeff MAKIN, IAN PARRY, GEOFF DYER and TIM BURNS who have all had paintings selected as finalists for the 2014 Glover Prize, Tasmania. Pictured: Jeff MAKIN’s shortlisted painting – “Cradle Mountain, Tasmania” (2014), oil on canvas, 122 x 183 cm