For our 5th solo exhibition with Jonathan Forrest we are excited to introduce his newest series of abstract paintings. Minimal in colour and matte in finish, these new paintings are like looking through a veil: the image hints at representation, however, is grounded in pure, minimal abstraction.Read More
Greg Curnoe's "Mariposa T.T." is one of his most iconic images. The serigraph on plexiglass edition pays homage to one of his most beloved bikes, became a platform to display his technical bravado as well as highlight his interest in nationalism.Read More
Artists and Artwork
With his inventive, painterly approach, Peter Doig uses traditional printmaking techniques to investigate the rugged mountain landscape and skiing lifestyle of Zermatt Switzerland. This diverse series of etchings and monotypes reflect a self-referential process of experiment and innovation in which works continuously evolve into their final form.
"Mariposa T.T" is one of the most iconic images associated with Greg Curnoe. Throughout the 1970s he made full size portraits of each of his racing bicycles, shown in profile with lists of the individual components and mechanical parts. The Mariposa, in particular, was a favourite bike of Greg's as it was made in Canada and one which he rode often.View More
Falk's recent "Water Again" paintings appear to have been cut out of the environment – slices or pieces of water from her imagination. Painted thinly with beautiful washes of colour, Falk wants the paintings to feel fluid, almost like you are on top of the water, looking down at the alluring combination of colours and textures below.View More
Some of Christopher Pratt's most recognizable images are those of his clapboard houses featuring austere architecture. "Summer on the South East" is one of four seasonal autobiographical variations that Pratt made of his summer cabin, built on the Southeast River. This serigraph contrasts precise line and stark lighting with the softness of the natural world.View More
News & Events
On November 10 Michael Gibson spoke with Susan Day and Jason McLean in The Woodman Room in collaboration with Words Fest. They spoke about their friendship, artistic journey, resilience, original ideas and their connections to the community.
On October 21 we hosted a zoom conversation with Michael Smith where he discussed the strong connection between poetry and his paintings. His cousin, James Sutherland Smith, joined us from Slovakia to read one of his poems and we talked about nature and the power of the written word.
Two-person exhibition featuring new ceramic sculptures by Susan Day and drawings by Jason McLean. On now until November 25.
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