Ara Dolatian and Belem Lett finalists in the Lake At Prize

Congratulations to Belem Lett and Ara Dolatian, who have been announced as a finalists in the Lake Art Prize! View the finalist exhibition at the Museum of Art and Culture, yapang from 24 September – 11 December 2022.⁠⁠To enquire about available works by Ara Dolatian and Belem Lett please DM or email⁠ ⁠ 1. […]

Nuha Saad finalist in Deakin Small Sculpture Award

Our congratulations to Nuha Saad, who is a finalist in the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award. This is the 12th year of the award and from 306 entries only 41 finalist were selected! The finalist exhibition opens 7th September.⁠⁠Congratulations again to Nuha Saad and to all finalists in Small Sculpture Award.⁠⁠To enquire about available […]

Patrick Dagg in Vault

Pick up the latest copy of Vault to read Michaela Bear’s enlightening interview with Patrick Dagg!⁠⁠“Patrick Dagg’s practice diverges from traditional forms of painting and sculpture, instead embracing a collage and symbolism-based language akin to the human experience. The artist’s instinctive mixed-media works reflect the realities of our imperfect and data-saturated world. Dagg’s raw works […]

Sally Walk wins North Queensland Ceramics Award

A big congratulations to Sally Walk, who has won the North Queensland Ceramics Award for her work A Little Off Centre! The NQ Ceramics award are a part of the City of Townsville Art Collection Award and will exhibit at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery from 22 July to 25 September 2022. ⁠⁠We are delighted to […]

Max Bowden wins Hadley’s Art Prize Residency

Congratulations, Max Bowden, who has been awarded the Hadley’s Art Prize Residency! An incredible achievement for the artist!⁠⁠Be sure to email to register for a catalogue preview of Max Bowden’s forthcoming exhibition, Pendulum, which will run here at the gallery from 1-16th October. ⁠

Belem Lett wins Omnia Art Prize

Congratulations, Belem Lett, who last night was awarded the Omnia Art Prize! ⁠The Omnia Art Prize was judged by Charlotte Day, director of Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), with the finalist exhibition available to view until Monday 30 May at St Kevin’s College. ⁠⁠Lett’s prize winning work, The Sun Burns for Us, is featured […]

Jeff Makin sets two new auction records

Congratulations to Jeff Makin, who this week set two new auction records for his painting and tapestry works. This record was set with the sale of the NAB collection with Leonard Joel.⁠⁠We are pleased to advise that Jeff Makin is currently exhibiting a major retrospective of early works, available for acquisition for the first time […]

Now Representing Nuha Saad

We are thrilled to announce our representation of Nuha Saad. ⁠⁠With a focus upon sculpture, installation and public art, Nuha Saad has long been interested in the ornamental and the architectural aspects of the suburbs. Describing her work as an “archaeology of the suburbs” Saad is drawn to the turned wood elements of Victorian and […]

Now Representing: Max Bowden

We are delighted to announce the representation of Max Bowden. This announcement coincides with the artist’s current exhibition, Habits, which sold out on its first day of opening! The artist will present a major solo exhibition in 2022. Welcome to the gallery, Max!⁠⁠Darwin based artist Max Bowden paints heart-felt depictions of the Top End landscape, […]

JMG Reopening: Important Information

WE ARE REOPENING! We are excited to announce that we will finally re-open to the public on SATURDAY 30 OCTOBER, just in time for the launch of our latest exhibitions by Paul Ryan and Max Bowden. We are further delighted to announce that we will be celebrating these exhibitions with an opening event in the […]

Now Representing Ara Dolatian

We are pleased to announce the representation of ceramic artist Ara Dolatian. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Ara Dolatian’s interdisciplinary practice explores the relationship between cultural landscapes and the natural e Ara Dolatian’s interdisciplinary practice explores the relationship between cultural landscapes and the natural ecosystem. His ceramic works are hybrid ecosystems which simultaneously resemble semi-functional apparatus, models of utopian cities […]

Antonia Perricone-Mrljak feature in Belle Magazine

Pick up the latest issue of Belle Magazine to for an insightful glimpse into the studio and practice of Antonia Perricone-Mrljak. It’s an incredible feature, following a successful first major solo exhibition with us at James Makin Gallery. ⁠⁠To enquire about available works by Perricone-Mrljak DM or email⁠ Or, head to the artist’s profile.⁠Image […]