Archived exhibitions | Stanley Street Gallery

Archived exhibitions

  • A Time of Gifts
    30th November – 24th December 2016

    Stanley Street Gallery’s annual group exhibition features unique and timeless works of art, perfect for the time of giving. A TIME OF GIFTS is an invitation to collectors and lovers of art to discover unique gifts for the special people in our lives or to reward yourself at Christmas time. Artists exhibiting include: Harley Oliver, Denis ...
  • Elizabeth Kelly
    Tangents
    2nd November – 26th November 2016

    Drawing inspiration from organic geometry, Kelly has thrown into the mix saturation of hue and infinite colour possibilities to produce glass sculptures that allow the viewer to appreciate what is already evident in the natural world. Colour Catalogue Elizabeth Kelly TangentsAll is stardustFor the past decade Elizabeth Kelly has been focussing her studio work on cast ...
  • Eden Lennox
    Party Animal
    2nd November – 19th November 2016

    An exhibition of contemporary jewellery combining precious metals and post-consumables; parts of vintage dolls, toys and found objects; a body of work that takes as its starting points the reuse and “upcycling” ethos of arte povera and the do-it-yourself aesthetic of post-punk.“The notion of preciousness is the key consideration of my practice. I examine it ...
  • Borne
    5th October – 29th October 2016

    What does it look like when artists are asked to try something new?At what point does ‘sculpture’ become ‘jewellery’? How can the body animate work? Does something designated ‘jewellery’ need to be wearable? What happens when we ask people (the maker/the viewer) to step outside their usual frame of reference for an artwork?A diverse range ...
  • Poetry Alive
    Saturday 15th October 2016 @ 5 – 6.15pm

    Poetry Alive will be featuring the writers Fiona Wright and Roberta Lowing, the MC will of course be Harry Laing.
  • Sally Simpson
    Objects for an Unknown Future Museum
    7th September – 1st October 2016

     Sally Simpson makes personal ritual objects drawing on the legacy of traditions in which the figure is an object of power through which one hopes to influence or appeal to the spiritual world. Her artistic and philosophical preoccupations arise from 25 years of living on small acreage farms, observing relations between humans and the natural ...
  • The Tank
    Fiona Meller and Tracy Lymn
    Waiting for Hope
    7th – 24th September 2016

    Sculptor/jeweller Fiona Meller and artist/photographer Tracy Lymn have joined forces to present Waiting for Hope.By employing their different artistic disciplines, Fiona and Tracy have collaborated to create works that focus on the symbols and talismans associated with hope, luck and good fortune.The still life photograph by Tracy Lymn portrays carefully selected components chosen to symbolise ...
  • Harley Oliver
    Dad Took a Picture
    10th August – 3rd September 2016

    Time erodes. It slides across a scene like a second shutter, obliterating narrative.Everyone has old family photos and as a kid you grow up with the stories that go with them. My dad took lots of photos and whenever we went through them he could provide a pretty good running commentary about who was who ...
  • Sean Axelrod
    Conversations
    10th August – 3rd September 2016

    Sean Axelrod’s work veers between wearable ornament and sculpture. Axelrod alludes to medals and uniforms through colour, materials and the arrangement of shapes, but on second glance the dominant imagery is seen to consist of a hidden narrative. Visually, these are interesting rather than pretty assemblages, but their ‘meaning’ and their symbolism suggest ambiguities that ...
  • Sydney East Art Walk 3rd September 2016

    Sydney East Art Walk 3rd September 2016
  • Geoff Levitus
    A Foreigner’s Glimpse
    13th July – 6th August 2016

    Geoff Levitus is a multi-disciplinary artist who has worked often in Asia and Europe over many years. In this exhibition, his works on paper and large mixed media canvases explore the cultural effects of interconnecting histories. Apart from the daily contradictions of contemporary life on the streets of Asia juxtaposed with the traditional life of ...
  • Salon of Infectious Ideas
    8th June – 2nd July 2016

    A group exhibition of artists capturing the idea of"Salon of Infectious Ideas"Amaya Lang, Amy Dynan, Antonia Lomny, Brad Spalding, Barbara Ryman, Black Pacha, Christine Webb, Claire Primrose, Denis Clarke, Derryn Tal, Elizabeth Kelly, Fiona Meller, Gretal Ferguson, Glenys Jackson, Joungmee Do, Liza Feeney, Margarita Sampson, Merilyn Bailey, Mirabel FitzGerald, Nicole Taubinger, Robin Lawrence, Shaelene Murray, Susanna Strati, Tom ...
  • Headon Photo Festival
    John Donegan
    Unguarded Moments 2013-2016
    18th May – 4th June 2016

    Unguarded Moments follows Donegan’s 2013 exhibition Witness To The Mundane, exploring the pedestrian nature of people’s lives.In this exhibition of recent work, Donegan has wielded his documentary photography techniques to render the beauty he sees in the mundane aspects of daily life in Australia.This photography attempts to portray people lost in their own private thoughts ...
  • Poetry Alive
    Saturday 14th May 2016 @ 5 – 6.15pm

    Poetry Alive will be featuring 2 poets Russ Erwin and Rhyll McMaster, the MC will of course be Harry Laing.Russ Erwin is a farmer/ poet and a true ecstatic.He has several respected collections to his name and won the 2015 Meanjin Dorothy Porter Prize.Then in the morning/ like a nest among thorns/ three feet away/ ...
  • Headon Photo Festival
    Roberto Fernández-Ibáñez
    Mountains of Uncertainty
    27th April – 14th May 2016

     I always liked landscapes, both the natural and the imaginary ones. I walk in the first ones with my body, and with my mind in the latter.But there are mountains and valleys in which we go through without knowing it. They are unpredictable, unstable and sometimes discouraging. In them we are but data, dots in ...
  • Australian Poetry Book Launch
    Sat 7th of May 2016 3-5pm

    Well-known Sydney-based poet and publisher David Musgrave launches his new poetry collection, 'Anatomy of Voice', Saturday, 7th May, 3-5 pm, Stanley Street Gallery, 1/52-54 Stanley St, Darlinghurst. Launcher is Associate Professor Peter Kirkpatrick and beautiful wine and refreshments are available. Free entry and all warmly welcomed. 'Anatomy of Voice', a book-length elegy from influential Sydney teacher and ...
  • Works from our Stockroom
    13th April – 23rd April 2016

    Stanley Street Gallery has been exhibiting a diverse and unique group of artists since its inception a mere 4 years ago.  We have introduced and reintroduced artist's such as James Barker; Mirabel FitzGerald, Denis Clarke, Robin Lawrence, Shaelene Murray, Nicole Taubinger, Brendon Stewart, Yioryios, Harley Oliver, Derryn Tal, Sussanah Strati, Claire Primrose, NOT, Fiona Meller, Jo Wood, Christel van der Laan and ...
  • Spalding – Gesundheit
    9th March – 9th April 2016

    Stanley Street Gallery is excited to announce the second exhibition of new paintings by Spalding.Spalding’s paintings immerse viewers in the windswept and weather-beaten landscape of the Snowy Mountains, as dense mist and snow give way to twisted gums and scrub.“I am inspired by the clarity of light at altitude and the quality of the air. ...
  • Felix Gill – Featured Artist in the Tank

    "I have a quirky sense of humor and a unique way of seeing because of it. I am inspired by nature and the phrase “implied symmetry” the same difference of two leaves, trees, or pair of rocks, by modern architecture with open spaces and closed boxes.As a maker I am influenced greatly by the process ...
  • …INTRODUCING
    Amaya Lang – Tom Christophersen – Yioryios – Ryan Saunderson
    6th Feb – 5th Mar 2016

    Stanley Street Gallery is pleased to INTRODUCE 4 new artists; painters Tom Christophersen and Ryan Saunderson, ceramicist Amaya Lang and maker of wearable art, sculpture and painting Yioryios 
  • A Time of Gifts
    25th Nov – 24th Dec 2015

    Our annual group exhibition features unique and timeless works of art, perfect for the time of giving. Stanley Street Gallery’s annual exhibition A TIME OF GIFTS is an invitation to collectors and lovers of art to discover unique gifts for the special people in our lives or to reward yourself at Christmas time.Artists exhibiting include: ...
  • Claire Primrose and Brendon Stewart
    Paintings
    28th Oct – 21st Nov

    Stanley Street Gallery is excited to announce the upcoming exhibition by two landscape artists - Claire Primrose and Brendon Stewart. Inspired by many different locations including her nearby environment of the Snowy Mountains, Claire Primrose captures both emotion and grandeur through her interesting exploration of surfaces, textures and colours. In contrast, Brendon Stewart explores his ...
  • Australian Poetry
    Sat 21st Nov 3-5pm

    Australian Poetry warmly invites Sydneysider and NSW lovers of poetry, poets, publishers, associates and guests to the annual launch of its 2015 Australian Poetry Anthology (2015 eds. Brook Emery and Sarah Holland-Batt), and volume 5.2 of its flagship publication, the Australian Poetry Journal (ed. Michael Sharkey).Short readings by prominent poets will be accompanied by food, ...
  • Contrappasso Magazine
    14th Nov @ 6.30pm

    LONG DISTANCESpecial Issue Launch
  • Secrets, Saints and Shadows
    Bernhardine Mueller, Denise Scholz-Wulfing, Mirabel FitzGerald
    30th Sept – 24th Oct 2015

    Printmakers leave their mark at Stanley Street Gallery. Three of Australia’s leading printmakers will be exhibiting their work at Stanley Street Gallery from Wednesday 30th September to Saturday 24th October 2015. Mirabel FitzGerald, Denise Scholz-Wulfing and Bernhardine Mueller are represented in major collections including the National Gallery and the Art Gallery of NSW and Regional Galleries. Secrets, ...
  • Iterations – Zoë Veness, Susanna Strati and Sean O’Connell
    2nd Sept – 26th Sept 2015

    ‘Iterations’, explores the notion of process as a perpetual series of form building and mark- making investigations, and as an accumulation of repeated gestures. Motivating the creation of this new work is the project’s goal to experiment with repetition through the production of drawing, video, photography, small objects and larger scale sculptural work. Iterations Catalogue Sean O’ConnellAn experimental ...
  • Portraits
    5th Aug – 29th Aug 2015

    Portraits is a group exhibition exploring a variety of approaches to the subject of portraiture using a variety of mediums, including painting, photography and sculpture. The exhibiting artists are Denis Clarke, John Donegan, Amy Dynan, Robin Lawrence, Guy Morgan, Shaelene Murray, Harley Oliver, Zorica Purlija, Brad Spalding and Derryn Tal.The ArtistsPainter Guy Morgan, a finalist ...
  • Zara Collins
    Wabi Sabi
    5th of August – 15th of August 2015

     I am currently exploring the notion of Wabi-Sabi, the Japanese concept of beauty and the impermanence of life. Characteristics of the Wabi-Sabi aesthetic include irregularity, simplicity, modesty and an appreciation for the integrity of natural objects and processes. Experimenting with ceramics, glaze-combinations and sterling silver to create unique jewellery pieces that celebrate intuition and imperfection.During my secondary studies I ...
  • Handshake 2
    Contemporary Jewellery
    8th July – 1st Aug 2015

    In 2014 a new group of New Zealand contemporary jewellers started the Handshake mentoring program with their chosen hero.  10 Handshake2 contemporary jewellery mentees Amelia Pascoe, Karren Dale, Kathryn Yeats, Kelly McDonald, Lisa Higgins, Raewyn Walsh, Renee Bevan, Sarah Walker-Holt,Tineke Jansen and Vanessa Arthur,  who are mentored by Ruudt Peters, Gemma Draper, Ben Pearce, Kirsten ...
  • Nicole Taubinger
    What Remains New
    8th of July – 1st August 2015

    To create my jewelry, I use objects of every day use, those which surround us everywhere, and are so close to us that we no longer see them. I find these and set them into a new context, so they become visible again. Objects consisting of polymers exist in beautiful colors and forms. If one ...
  • Denis Clarke
    Force of Nature
    10th June – 4th July 2015

    “In recent years Denis Clarke’s work has made a fundamental shift in its pictorial concerns regarding his subject, the landscape.He draws and paints a complex and intimate view of the forest, a microcosm of rocks, cliffs, bark and burnt wood, in a vigorous gestural manner which evokes a real sense of being there in the ...
  • Jill Crossley
    Unreliable Witness
    Headon Photo Festival
    20th May – 6th June 2015

    From a farm in Western Australia to the studio of iconic photographer Max Dupain, the hallmarks of Jill Crossley’s long career are excellence and diversity.She became acquainted with photography watching her father develop images of their stud sheep and later her dream of becoming a portrait photographer crystalized.Crossley has worked as a freelance commercial photographer in ...
  • The NOISE string quartet launch their new album “Stream”
    Wed 3rd June @ 6pm

    "STREAM"The NOISE album launch, 6pm, 3rd JuneJoy... The CD* giveth and the TV** taketh away.How often when faced with a choice between switching on the box and listening to music, do we succumb to the all-too-easy attraction of the TV? And yet we come away feeling drained by television and elated by music. Cognitive studies ...
  • Headon Photo Festival
    Between Heaven and Earth
    Shunzan Fan
    29th April – 16th May 2015

    Catalogue and Floor Sheet - Shunzan FanBetween heaven and earth - Photography exhibition that demonstrates the aspirations of common Chinese.What makes one's identity, the daily ground one walks on or the higher air one aspires and desires? This is basically the topic of the interesting photo series- '现实给了梦想多少时间?' 'how much time does reality allow for a ...
  • Poetry Alive
    9th May 5 – 6.15pm

    Stanley Street Gallery is hosting Poetry on May 9th 5-615pmFeaturing Jane Williams - Days Like These - New and selected poems; Pip Smith - Too Close for Comfort plus Harry Laing as MC who’ll do a spot of comedy/ satire.RSVP to mail@stanleystreetgallery.com.au - $15 entry
  • James Barker Paintings
    Retrospective
    14th April – 24th April 2015

    James BarkerRetrospectiveThis Exhibition is a selection of the work of James Barker, highlighting a significant career spanning 60 years of professional practice.James Barker’s grounding was at East Sydney Technical College in the early 50’s under the guidance of teachers including Douglas Dundas, Ron Millen, Godfrey Miller, Jean Appleton and Dorothy Thornhill. Along with the technical ...
  • Reactions
    Derryn Tal
    18th Mar – 11th Apr 2015

    “My art is a reflection of cause and effect.My motivation is to be a creator of reactions. I am a conduit to the innovative and to the emotional.I intuitively connect to the reaction, observing the fleeting and ephemeral metamorphosis.I am the conductor, the performer, the instrumentalist, the creator of something living and dying, flourishing and ...
  • Contrappasso International Writing
    6.30pm Friday 10th April

     Roll camera…Contrappasso starts its 4th year with a DOUBLE ISSUE.Writers at the Movies, edited by Matthew Asprey Gear and guest Noel King, brings together many kinds of artists who have been captivated by film: its imagery, history, personalities and political edge. Across essays, fiction, poetry, interviews and photography, the contributors are James Franco, Emmanuel Mouret, ...
  • Margarita Sampson
    Infectious Desires
    25th Feb – 14th March 2015

    ‘The Salon of Infectious Desires’ is a series of sculptural works taking a domestic chair as a starting point, but proposing an alternate reality where each chair has become an eco-system, where the upholstery colonises and spreads, where organic forms are poised at a juncture between overwhelming their host, self-regulating or dying out. The textile ...
  • …INTRODUCING
    Claire Primrose – Kate Dambach – Katherine Buljan – Sarah Harvie
    7th Feb – 21st Feb 2015

    Stanley Street Gallery is pleased to INTRODUCE 4 new artists; 3 painters and a sculptor.Claire Primrose ” I am interested in the surprise element, or the “happy accident” that can only be found with bold experimentation and calculated risk.”  CV & ARTISTS STATEMENT - Claire PrimroseKate Dambach “My current body of work is a meditation on the ...
  • A Time of Gifts
    3rd Dec – 24th Dec 2014

    A Time of Gifts – unique and timeless works of art, perfect for the time of giving.Original works for original people.This is an exhibition of work from artists who have exhibited with us throughout the year.  Fiona Meller, Daehoon Kang, Barbara Ryman, Black Pacha, Christel van der Laan, Dat Van, David Cruickshank, Diane Appleby, Eden ...
  • Hand Raised
    Gretal Ferguson and Kinah Choi
    24th Nov – 29th Nov 2014

    An exhibition of old traditions fused with contemporary forms of objects and jewellery.The legacy of traditional silversmithing continues with the creations of Design Centre, Enmores Jewellery and Object Design scholarship recipients Gretal Ferguson and Kinah Choi.This exhibition will showcase the work produced from their scholarship year at Jewellery and Object Design at the Design Centre ...
  • Parts of the Story
    Christel van der Laan
    29th Oct – 22nd Nov 2014

    Contemporary jewellery is often concerned with the personal stories and journey of the maker. The selection and composition of materials to give form to thoughts, feelings and memories, is often the most challenging and exhilarating part of the process of making.CATALOGUE - PARTS OF THE STORY – Christel van der Laan “Collecting, arranging and making things ...
  • Inappropriate Nudity
    Harley Oliver
    29th Oct – 22nd Nov 2014

    We live in a world where seeing naked or near nude bodies in public, is inevitable and almost mundane.For Harley's first solo exhibition, opening on October 28th, I explore nudity in unexpected situations. Whether it’s today’s celebrities, early explorers, 1930’s beach-goers, or even the Queen of England herself, no one is off limits.Though better known for ...
  • Touched
    Jo Wood – Kim-Anh Nguyen
    1st Oct – 25th Oct 2014

    Touched to be affected emotionally to be modified by somethingThis exhibition brings together the work of two artists Kim-Anh Nguyen and Jo Wood. Both artists are exploring the ideas of self and of journey. The organic forms created by their delicate use of ceramics will Touch all who see this work. The conscious awareness of making marks ...
  • LIGHT MOODS SOUTH
    MikiNobu Komatsu
    10th Sept – 27th Sept 2014

    This exhibition is based on MikiNobu Komatsu’s book LIGHT MOODS SOUTH. are from the South Island of New Zealand, and were photographed over a few decades; as a result of his long love affair across the Tasman.“I developed a passion to capture my emotional response on film when encountering the extraordinary scenes in various rich ...
  • Dreams and Shadows
    Barbara Ryman
    10th Sept – 27th Sept 2014

    Barbara Ryman has been a leading influence in Australian Contemporary jewellery primarily for her exquisite and extraordinary work with vitreous enamel."I have been a Jeweller and an Enameller for thirty years. Shaping and manipulating metal gives me great enjoyment. There are many techniques that add exciting creativity to jewellery making such as piercing, etching, texturing and ...
  • Over your head
    Contemporary Jewellery
    13th Aug – 6th Sep 2014

    Over Your Head is an exciting and provocative exhibition of contemporary wearable art. The work on exhibition has been selected from leading artists from around Australia and New Zealand and also includes work from the Czech Republic.As the title suggests, Over Your Head is both a playful exhibition and an opportunity to comment on serious ...
  • Still Alive
    An Art Exhibition by asylum seekers and refugees
    4th Aug – 10th Aug 2014

    Stanley Street Gallery is proud to host the Refugee Art Project  exhibition.Julian Morrow opening the exhibition“The consul banged the table and said: ‘If you’ve got no passport, you’re officially dead’; But we are still alive, my dear, but we are still alive.” Refugee Blues, W H Auden.The Refugee Art Project is proud to present Still ...
  • Lush
    Philip Stallard
    9th July – 2nd Aug 2014

       
  • Works on Paper – 1 Metre
    11th Jun – 5th July 2014

     Imagination is at the heart of artistic endeavour, and the Works on Paper 1 Metre Show at Stanley Street Gallery assembles the work of a compelling group of artists, all working differently, and each displayed within a 1 metre stretch of wall.The proximity of works in the luminous space opens a stimulating dialogue between the ...
  • Head On Photo Festival
    Johan Willner
    Boy Stories
    14th May – 7th June 2014

     Boy StoriesMemory is a place where one hears only echoes and sees shadows. Memory is the cataract of sight and the tinnitus of hearing. It tears at the cobwebs. - Carl Emil EnglundIn the series Boy Stories (2006-2012) Johan Willner travels back in time, to a place where something happened, to a passing moment fixed ...
  • Melt
    Spalding
    16th Apr – 10th May 2014

    Artist’s statementI see how weather beaten and charred our mountain landscape has become since the 2003 bush fires, with the snow just covering much of the scarring.  While it provides a winter wonderland and playground for visitors, many who come are ill prepared, with very little respect for the radical changes in weather.A yellow rain ...
  • Venerated Remains
    Sally Simpson
    19th Mar – 12th Apr 2014

    Sally Simpson’s work reflects her fascination with the way values and meaning assigned to land change over time, according to point of view, culture and situation. She uses unexpected methods to transform natural and man-made materials found at particular sites, creating sculptures that evoke artefacts and specimens and drawings that reflect the fragility of the ...
  • Fighting Fire with Fire
    John Donegan
    26th Feb – 15th March 2014

    FIGHTING FIRE WITH FIREThe Blue Mountains were engulfed by bushfires on Thursday, 17th October 2013 with hundreds of homes destroyed.  The fires continued to burn for a week and conditions only intensified after the homes were lost, with Wednesday the 23rd predicted to be catastrophic.  The Rural Fire Service commanders undertook a high risk strategy ...
  • Mind and Matter
    Emma Leslie – Genevieve Reynolds – Kylie Spear
    5th Feb – 22nd Feb 2014

    Three female emerging artists from three separate disciplines are linked in Mind and Matter, through a shared fascination for the relationship between the human body and mind.Through drawing, painting, photography and video, each artist uniquely expresses the link between internal mind and the outer, physical world, using gesture, colour and form. Kylie Spear's meditative and delicate ...
  • Heart Felt
    Sondi’s Studio
    5th Feb – 22nd Feb 2014

    My studio is adjacent to my home in an isolated bush setting in the blue mountains. I cannot dismiss the fact that such a peaceful and regenerative atmosphere influences my designs. My new work has become less graphic, more abstract in the surface of the bi-metal I create. The complicated hollow structures I have made ...
  • A Time of Gifts
    4th Dec – 22nd Dec 2013

    A Time of gifts is a fabulous group show; it is our celebration of the 1st year of Stanley Street Gallery.  It is an opportunity for us to thank all the amazing artists who have shown with us and supported us on this incredible journey.  It is the perfect exhibition for art lovers and givers ...
  • Shan Shan Mok
    Aquarium
    13th Nov – 30th Nov 2013

    Shan Shan 6th series travelling and settling‘Shan Shan’ is my Chinese name; the word ‘Shan’ means coral in Chinese. This series is inspired by the planulae (coral larva) travelling and settling phenomenon in coral ecology. It is a metaphor for my own travelling and settling experiences.This series explores the effect of cultural differences in our ...
  • Sokquon
    New Paintings
    13th Nov – 30th Nov 2013

    By interpreting the peaceful and spiritual elements of nature and introducing a sense of refuge into my paintings, I have created a sanctuary for the mind.Sokquon Tran 2013 Images
  • Girls on Time
    Tenmore Girls
    16th Oct – 9th Nov 2013

    Have you ever wondered how many heartbeats you will use in your lifetime? Or felt time moving too fast one minute and too slow the next?Since 2009, ten of the best graduates from the Advanced Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design course at the Design Centre Enmore, have come together annually to present a fresh ...
  • Dr Gene Sherman
    Speaking at Stanley Street Gallery
    23rd October 2013 @ 6pm

      
  • Bridges and Returning Clouds
    Brendon Stewart – Glenys Jackson
    18th Sept – 12th Oct 2013

    Bridges And Returning Clouds explores the mystical and philosophical in two very different ways, with a common link - both artists are Zen Buddhist practitioners.Brendon Stewart's work explores the influense his experiences in Japan have had, particularly those from Kyoto. The bridges in his paintings are in part a reference to the Philosopher's Walk in ...
  • Alice Whish
    Jewellery
    18th Sept – 5th Oct 2013

    Artist StatementThese large enamel brooches were developed from the study of Margaret Anne Field’s 1860s crochet lace pattern booklets. Margaret lived in the Gulf of Carpentaria with her engineer husband and three children in the mid 1800s. She was an amateur astronomer and based her lace patterns on the stars and planets.The process of enameling ...
  • Three Directions
    Greg Hansell – Geoff Harvey – Patrick Blake
    21st Aug – 14th Sept 2013

    Greg Hansell,  has been shown 19 times in the Wynne Prize as well as the 2011 Dobel Drawing prize to name just a few.  Greg is known for making his own earth pastels which he uses to draw beautiful iconic Australian images. Greg is also the Art School Director of the Royal Art Society of ...
  • Red to Wear
    Contemporary Jewellery
    24th July – 17th Aug 2013

    "When creativity meets attention to detail a jewel is born.  Add passion and the result will be unexpected, surprising, extravagant and fascinating"Teresa Pedrosa - Beautiful People Live ArtRed To Wear brings together a beautifully curated collection of contemporary wearable art. Engaging with the question, 'What does red mean to you?' Twenty-five national and international artists ...
  • Works on Paper
    Denis Clarke – Elisabeth Cummings – Anais Lera
    26th Jun – 20th Jul 2013

    Three artist with 3 different aproaches: Denis Clake, Elisabeth Cummings, and Anais Lera.  All 3 artists show how the simple gesture of a line, has the power to conjure and suggest images either dreamed or real. these images hold within them  a sense of the familiar as well as the imagined.  Works On Paper is ...
  • New Beirut
    Paul Blackmore
    15th May – 22nd Jun 2013

    Paul Blackmore is one of a new generation of photojournalists whose elegant, coherent and enduring observations function as both valuable records of social change and stunning fine-art images.The Lebanese know better than most how cities rise and fall. After 16 years of bitter civil war the word „Beirut‟ became synonymous with violence, death and ruin. ...
  • Modern Treasures
    Diane Appleby
    15th May – 15th June 2013

    Drawn from the colours of the ocean, Diane has created an evocative collection of pendants and rings for this exhibition.Hallmarks of Diane Appleby’s handmade jewellery are design, colour and craftsmanship. Stones such as rubies, diamonds, black pearls, tourmalines and iolites set into burnished silver and planished gold find unique form in Diane’s designs. Rings with ...
  • Shaelene Murray
    a tracing of thread
    17th Apr – 11th May 2013

    "A tracing of thread is a phrase that describes the working of a piece of lace, a thread forming the foundation allowing other stitches to be sewn along it's course. As a metaphor for my work, this trace can refer to a line of history, a line of thought; a mapping or charting of a ...
  • Class of 1955 East Sydney Tech
    6th Mar – 6 Apr 2013

    A group of friends with a passion for Art are reunited for this exhibitionClass of 1955 East Sydney TechJames Barker, Ron Feast, Robin Lawrence, Wendy Learmonth, Paul Milton, Barbara Romalis, Diane Veil Browne, Georgina Worth 
  • Witness to the Mundane
    Photography by John Donegan
    31st Jan – 2nd Mar 2013

    John Donegan sold his first photograph to a suburban newspaper as a 14 year old in Melbourne. This passing moment borne from happenstance has led to a lifetime chronicling the best and worst of mankind, revolutions, politics, cultural and sporting events, and daily life in over 15 countries around the world, and across the length ...
  • Street Jewellery
    A group exhibition
    31st Jan – 2nd Mar 2013

    Next time you look at the street it will be different.  You may see the occasional thin strip of steel left by the Municipal Street Sweepers after they have performed their obsequious duty, or the discarded washer, the crushed and rusted bottle cap with their usefulness presumed to have been terminated.  Majella Beck and Nina ...
  • A Time of Gifts
    1st Nov – 22nd Dec 2012

    A group exhibition of diverse practice - showcasing Contemporary Jewellery, Hollowware, Ceramics, Photography and Painting.
  • Paintings by Robin Lawrence
    4th Oct – 27th Oct 2012

    "I try to gather place and/or a moment of light by the play of art into intelligent compositions of paint on canvas."Robin's use of tone in colour is subtle and extravagant both to extreme yet ever in balance even when playfully off-balance.Exhibition runs from 4 October - 27 October, 2012