Future Exhibitions | Stanley Street Gallery

Future Exhibitions

  • Amy Dynan
    26th June – 20th July 2019

    Amy Dynan’s charcoal drawing practice merges photorealism with abstract sensibilities to explore the beauty of being alive. Amy, an award-winning emerging artist, is known for her dynamic approach to drawing and her nuanced balance between conceptual rigour and classical skills. 'Water' is a new series of work that reveals a new and lighter approach to drawing ...
  • Gretal Ferguson
    Women’s Work
    26th June – 13th July 2019

        Women’s Work explores the changing roles of women in craft and society, commenting on the perception of what women do versus what we are actually capable of.  By combining the traditionally masculine craft of silversmithing with hand stitching, this exhibition endeavours to challenge the entrenched gender roles within craft and society while paying homage to ...
  • Sydney East Art Walk
    Saturday 13th July 2019 12- 4pm

     Please join us for the July  Sydney East Art Walk  Saturday 13th July from 12-4pm This event offers art lovers and those interested in art a great one-afternoon experience showcasing a range of visual artists in a variety of Sydney East Art Galleries. SEA WALK Map 13 July 2019 (PDF)
  • David Collins
    Just Relations
    24th July – 10th August 2019

        For me, painting and drawing are essentially and increasingly about relationships. The rapport I feel for the environment in which I live and the myriad relationships that form each individual work, particularly the conversations that occur between colours, marks, spaces and tones. David Collins CV and BIO March 2019 (PDF)
  • Toni Messiter
    14th – 31st August 2019

    Within a framework of Old Master’s Portraits, Messiter’s paintings underscore the complexity of familial relationships all the while using dolls as the protagonists. There can be found themes of nurturing, love, rivalry, jealousy and coercion, and maybe more.
  • Curated By Amber Cresswell Bell
    Genius Loci
    4th September – 14th September 2019

    'Genius Loci' is a Latin concept, which translates to the "the prevailing character or atmosphere of a place". In a contemporary context, it is a guiding principle in architecture and garden design – but for this exciting group show the concept is examined by artists. Using the medium of paint, this diverse group of artists ...
  • Nadine Smith
    4th – 21st September 2019

    Prepare to be submerged into a private universe, one with sound, movement and the unexpected. Join Nadine to go beneath the surface where components of the everyday discarded morph into unique pieces of buried treasure. Letting her whimsical mind roam free, Nadine breathes a sense of life back into the discarded. Poles apart from their initial ...
  • Shaun Hayes
    I Guess This is Growing Up
    18th September – 5th October 2019

    haun Hayes creates work using imagery taken from toys, pop culture and found traditional ceramic figurines. Cutting up, exchanging, adding and altering elements to create narrative sculptures often with an unearthly and mysterious quality. This most recent body of work, cements nostalgic imagery from childhood in the timeless medium of ceramics, using discarded toys and rearranging ...
  • Barbara Ryman
    2nd October – 19th October 2019

    Barbara Ryman has been a leading influence in Australian Contemporary jewellery for more than 30 years, primarily for her exquisite and extraordinary work with vitreous enamel. In recent years she has spent much time in Japan studying Japanese enameling techniques with master craftsman and mentor, Tsuyura Sakurai. These influences have provided many new directions of ...
  • Shaelene Murray
    9th October – 2nd November 2019

    The complexities of the mother/child relationship are endless. Each by their presence, absence, will or need, cut and sew the fabric of our lives. 'a mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity. It dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its ...
  • Claire Primrose
    I am Going Outside
    6th November – 30th November 2019

      Claire Primrose is a mixed media artist with a BA in Visual Arts (1997) from the ANU. Primrose has been the recipient of many awards since graduation and was most recently announced the winner of the 2017 Waverley Art Prize - Drawing, for her work titled Assembled landscape #3 Diptych. She was also the finalist ...
  • Karin Jakobsson
    Looking Largely & Looking Closely
    6th November – 23rd November 2019

    How does one come to know a place deeply? Perhaps it is by spending time being there: experiencing the place with our senses; looking largely and closely, observing changes over time. To learn the spirit of a place, and of ourselves who are a part of it. My contemporary jewellery works for this ‘In the Tank’ ...
  • A Time of Gifts – The Art of Giving
    4th December– 21st December 2019

    Stanley Street Gallery’s annual group exhibition features unique and timeless works of art, perfect for the time of giving.