Previously showing at The Depot Gallery

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Wirriimbi Designs presents WAJAAR - EARTH

26 November to 7 December 2013

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Chris (Wirriimbi) Edwards & Jirriwarr Blacklock Edwards

invite you to view this new collection of artworks at
Depot Gallery, 2 Danks St Waterloo
Official opening and drinks with the artist: Saturday 30th November 2pm to 6pm
The exhibition runs from Tuesday 26th November to Saturday 7th December 2013
Open 11am to 6pm Tuesday to Saturday

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Mob:?0424 803 321

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Country for Birds - Julie Poulsen

29 October - 9 November 2013 ... more

Left: Sunlight on mudflats #1

Alcaston Gallery - ALL ABOUT ART

15 - 26 October 2013

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Alcaston Gallery is excited to present its annual collectors' exhibition, All About Art, to be held at Depot Gallery in Waterloo, Sydney.

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ALCASTON GALLERY
ALL ABOUT ART
@ DEPOT GALLERY, SYDNEY

Alcaston Gallery will once again uphold its reputation for showcasing the best in contemporary Australian artwork as we present four of the most exciting new & acclaimed artists of today:


SALLY GABORI

GREG SEMU

IRENE NAMOK

DENA ASHBOLT


A L C A S T O N G A L L E R Y 11 Brunswick Street Fitzroy Victoria 3065

T +61 3 9418 6444

E [email protected] W www.alcastongallery.com.au

Left: Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori Dibirdibi Country 2012 Synthetic polymer paint on linen 100 x 196 cm. Image courtesy of the Artist, Mornington Island Art, QLD & Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

Rex Dupain

1-12 October 2013


Spirit - Sculptures & installations by Tracey Deep

27 August to 14 September 2013

Left: Spirit, Tracey Deep

Annemarie Murland

13 - 24 August 2013


Julia Roberts - TANGLE

24 July - 3 August 2013

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Inspired by the tangled forms of the majestic Angophora trees that hug the foreshore of Sugarloaf Bay in Castlecrag near where the artist lives, these large, oil on plywood paintings suggest a new sense of departure for Roberts.

Flat, broad sweeps and sinuous curves of colour compete with the tangled limbs of the trees themselves. Alluring harbour glimpses are over-lain with graffiti like swirls and splashes of colour that hint at the mood and personality of the tree that is the hero of each work.

Photos of all paintings in the exhibition will be uploaded to www.studioroberts.com on the day of the opening - 24 July 2013.
Enquiries : [email protected] or 0400 397 603

Left: Tangle 2013

Something from Nothing - Sculptures by Christopher Hodges

25 June - 6 July 2013

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Art Workshops - An exhibition by six artists

11-22 June 2013 ... more

This exhibition documents the experience of six artists during a trip of a lifetime to South Africa. Elisabeth Cummings accompanied the group together with Artworkshops Australia, combining art and adventure with wildlife and wilderness. Elisabeth will close the exhibition on Saturday 22nd June 2013.

BERYL MILES emigrated to Australia in 1986 from South Africa. She made the transition from ceramics to painting on canvas after visiting the outback a year later. The shift from realism to abstraction was a result of discovering her two greatest influences, Fred Williams and Elisabeth Cummings.
Contact Beryl: 0419225360 [email protected] ? Website:www.berylmilesartist.com.au?

JO WILLCOCKS is a Sydney based artist studied at Julian Ashton Art School, then mentored by Stanislaus Rapotec, the work comprises of contemporary landscape capturing the light first and foremost.
web site:- http://www.JoWillcocks.com.

KATHRIN MCMILES has worked as a professional artist for 30 years. She specialized in sculpture and installation works using ceramic, glass, metal, wood and photography. Her work has been exhibited in Australia, USA, Germany, Italy and Indonesia. It was a privilege being amongst likeminded people and experiencing Africa with AWA. It was most inspiring meeting the animals of this ancient land and seeing how they blend into the natural environment. View images and contact Kathrin www.karthrinmcmiles.com

JANE GIBLIN, based in Hobart Tasmania, 0407829356, completed a course work Masters in 2006 in painting and a lithography Masters will end this June. Her major influences are Lloyd Rees, Sidney Nolan and Elisabeth Cummings. Jane's work is concerned with the rural landscape and its associated historical and contemporary farm workers and their dogs. This concern will continue in future research through the Tasmanian College of the Arts, UTAS. Jane's work can be seen at http://www.colvillegallery.com.au/gallery/janegiblin.php

JODY GRAHAM is a Sydney based artist whose work currently reflects her interest in urbanism. Resourcefulness, survival and sense of community observed in South African Game Parks and Townships have had a significant impact on Jody's work. Contact Jody on 0410596884 or [email protected] Website: http://www.jodygraham.com.au

CAROL ROCHE

I begin, I find my way through and only at the end it all makes sense.

I agree with the Irish artist Jack B Yeats:

The artist always begins by expressing himself with line - that is, by

the most obvious means, then he becomes aware that line, once

so necessary, is in fact hemming him in, and as soon as he feels

strong enough, he breaks out of its confines.

website:www.carolroche.com.au; ?email -[email protected]

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Head On Photo Festival

15 May to 8 June 2013


Wayne Hutchins

30 April - 11 May 2013


Christine Webb ... Inner Workings

16-27 April 2013

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CHRISTINE WEBB
INNER WORKINGS

24 paintings, 24 works on paper

My art practice is a core part of who I am, an extension of my environment and the various places I embrace as part of my belonging. I feel comfortable in my skin, at ease with myself. Knowing who I am within my family structure has enabled me to embrace various physical structures as part of me. Found, borrowed and bought objects and homes of family and friends are appropriated and become part of my visual world.

I divide my time between home in Australia and home in Italy, but always, home is home, wherever it is. This is the constant. I feel centered about my work. The centre of the home, evoking a pleasing calm to my images but clutter and chaos are just as real.

I look forward to meeting you at my exhibition.

Christine Webb, March 2013

Left: Mt Ervine House and Gypsy

Genevieve McCrea

2-13 April 2013


The Bell Ringer's Ball - An interactive exhibition

15-25 March 2013


ASCENSION - New works by Sophie Dalgliesh

5-9 March 2013 ... more

In "Ascension", Sophie continues to draw inspiration from nature, as she looks up to the sky and paints clouds and skyscapes. We all enjoy gazing at the sky to pick out odd shapes in the clouds: odd faces, animals ..
Their shifting amorphous shapes are the perfect inspiration for active imaginations. Clouds pass over us like moods.

This new series was painted over 2 years, on Italian linen, with numerous fine layers of Dutch oil paint, to create depth and transparency .

Guest exhibitor - Roy Howard
Cabinetmaker, Roy Howard, builds miniature staircases, which recreate European apprentice pieces from the 18th and 19th Centuries.

Left: Sophie Dalgliesh

Proem @ Depot Gallery - Karen Michael & Carol Crawford

19 February - 2 March 2013

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PROEM
A new exhibition of passion from sculptor Carol Crawford and artist Karen Michael


Sculptor Carol Crawford and artist Karen Michael will exhibit their textured and tactile abstract works featuring alabaster, limestone and soapstone sculptures by Crawford and oil paintings on Belgian linen by Michael.

The luxurious works herald from deeply organic and traditional methods that the artists engage in their chosen forms. The physical creation of their art creates a poetic synergy between the works that display their passions for nature, abstract form and the physicality of the creation.

Michael's paintings have heavily textured surfaces, reflecting her love of sculpture and highlighting the physicality of painting as an endeavour, a process, as well as an end product. "They convey a sense of the rhythm of all things, organic and inorganic. Light and colour, texture juxtaposed against smooth surfaces and movement set against deep stillness," Michael says.

In the same way Crawford's sculptures seek to express the essence of nature, the fundamental quality that represents the soul. "It is the sensory nature of sculpture... tactile in the creative stages [and] to the person viewing the finished form... I draw on this sensory attraction to create the organic forms, be they abstract or representational, that emerge from the medium I am working with," she said.

Left: New Painting - Karen Michael (top), Genesis III - Carol Crawford

Bruce Hawker

5 - 16 February 2013


Just help yourself why don'tcha

23 January - 16th February 2013

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An installation of 10,000 rings by Bridget Kennedy. Materials - zinc, silver, lead, coal, gold in beeswax
Left: installation in progress

NOHI DAHORU'E - NOHI NIOGE (OUR MOUNTAIN- OUR ART) - Barkcloth paintings by the Omie Women

4-15 December 2012

NOHI DAHORU'E - NOHI NIOGE (OUR MOUNTAIN- OUR ART)
Barkcloth Paintings by the Omie Women

The Omie artists of Papua New Guinea are very pleased to return to Sydney for this full-scale exhibition of their barkcloth paintings. Nohi Dahoru'e - Nohi Nioge (Our Mountain - Our Art) presents a stunning selection of recent work by clan Chiefs and elders as well as introducing some very special new talent. Omie art is much admired for its rich, complex and diverse expression of abstract symbols pertaining to the natural world and ancient ancestral tattoo designs. 2012 has been a monumental year for Omie Artists, with three exhibitions in the USA including Second Skins: Painted Barkcloth from New Guinea and Central Africa at the Fowler Museum in Los Angeles and Contemporary Omie Bark Cloth at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Please join us to celebrate the tremendous achievements of our artists and experience the dazzling beauty of the barkcloth art of the Omie women for yourself.

Opening night 6-8pm, Tuesday 4th December 2012
RSVP greatly appreciated, please email: [email protected]

Exhibition talk 3pm Saturday 8th December 2012
Join Omie Artists manager Brennan King for an exhibition floor talk where he will give a rare insight into the meanings behind the iconography found in Omie barkcloth art.

Enquiries [email protected] Website www.omieartists.com

Left: Image: Lillias Bujava (Kausara), ve'i ija ahe, buboriano'e, bumare edwe, bureji sor'e ohu'o jawubimu'e - tailbone of the lizard, beaks of Blyth's Hornbill, gourd-shaped orchid leaf, leaf markings on the woven mat and mountain pine

JEWELLERY & OBJECT DESIGN - Student Exhibition

27 November to 1 December 2012


Michelle Belgiorno

13-24 November 2012


Anne Edmonds

30 October to 10 November 2012

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Left: Light on Pilbara rocks

Alcaston Gallery - ARTIST PROFILE

16-27 October 2013

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ALCASTON GALLERY
ARTIST PROFILE
@ DEPOT GALLERY, SYDNEY

Alcaston Gallery will uphold its reputation for showcasing the best in contemporary Indigenous Australian artwork as
we profile five of the most exciting new & acclaimed artists today:
EMILY EVANS
SALLY GABORI
CLINTON NAIN
WOMIKINIMIRRI PURUNTATAMERI
CORNELIA TIPUAMANTUMIRRI

EMILY EVANS' sophisticated depictions of Balibal, the spotted stingray, are created with a lightness of touch, the fine white dots swirling over the canvas in patterns that are at once creature and cosmos. It is both a contemporary expression of her beliefs, culture and country, and a personal metaphor for her relationship with her beloved and revered father, whose teachings and cultural intellect inspired Emily to become an artist. Emily's meticulously?executed paintings have been captivating art lovers, most recently when Alcaston Gallery exhibited her paintings at Melbourne Art Fair 2012, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair 2012 and Korea International Art Fair 2012.

SALLY GABORI has taken the art world by storm since her introduction to paint and canvas in 2005, and is one of the most highly regarded and sought after contemporary Australian artists. Colour and canvas became the catalyst for the creation of an entirely unique visual language for Sally Gabori; a way to explore life, landscape and memory.
Sally Gabori has had an incredible year of recognition; in May she was named winner of the inaugural $50,000 Gold Award for contemporary Australian painting and this month was announced winner of the Togart Contemporary Art Award. Sally Gabori is currently a finalist in the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize at Geelong Art Gallery, Victoria.

CLINTON NAIN'S paintings and mixed media installation works draw from the domestic realm, but point to far broader complexities. Through his artwork Clinton Nain fervently engages a political, cultural and social discourse.
Often using household mediums such as bleach, heritage paint, bitumen and found objects, Clinton Nain tackles issues of race, gender and the colonisation of his people. A mid-career contemporary artist, Clinton Nain exhibits both nationally and internationally and is represented in most major institutions in Australia, including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Queensland Art Gallery and Art Gallery of South Australia. Clinton Nain is currently a finalist in the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize at Geelong Art Gallery, Victoria.

Stemming from the success of their recent exhibition at Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne emerging Tiwi elders, the late WOMIKINIMIRRI PURUNTATAMERI and CORNELIA TIPUAMANTUMIRRI, bring their new ochre paintings to Sydney art lovers. Both artists use their country as inspiration; Womikinimirri's paintings can be read as detailed Tiwi maps, each intricate brushstroke reflecting his country as viewed from above. Cornelia Tipuamantumirri paints the tidal movements of the sea; the patterns in her luminous paintings emulate the waves breaking on the coastline, as they capture sunlight glistening on the water's surface. Both Womikinimirri Puruntatameri and Cornelia Tipuamantumirri were selected as finalists in this year's 29th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award.

A L C A S T O N G A L L E R Y 11 Brunswick Street Fitzroy Victoria 3065

T +61 3 9418 6444

E [email protected] W www.alcastongallery.com.au?

Left: Cornelia Tipuamantumirri Winga (Waves/Tidal Movements) 2012 Ochre on linen 70 x 90 cm. Image courtesy of the Artist, Munupi Art, NT & Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

Catherine Asquith Gallery - SURFACE

2-13 October 2013

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SURFACE
Kate BRISCOE / Llu?s CERA / Anthony CURTIS / Sara MAHER
Rowen MATTHEWS / Wendy STOKES / Karina WISNIEWSKA

Celebration: Saturday 6th October, 2 to 5pm

Catherine Asquith Gallery is delighted to present a selection of works by gallery represented artists whose work, in some form or another, elicits a sense of 'surface'.
Left: Fragment III, Karina Wisniewska

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