Future Exhibitions | Stanley Street Gallery

Future Exhibitions

  • HeadOn Photo Festival
    Luke Hardy
    Foxfires [kitsune-bi]
    24th April – 11th May 2019

    Foxfires Foxes are poets of beguilement, not least in Japanese folklore, which tells of their ability to take human form. They are also the most gifted trespassers, entering our dreams through their own. In some stories, foxes are faithful guardians, hence their presence as sentinels in Shinto shrines. In others, they are expert thieves. A fox ...
  • Denis Clarke
    Previously Unseen
    15th May – 1st June 2019

    This Exhibition involves my ongoing dialogue with drawing and painting from nature and the urban environment. Active engagement with a process of looking, through drawing, illuminates the inherent potential for inventing compositions in colour. I am interested in looking at reality and nature through the act of drawing as a way of engaging and understanding the ...
  • Felix Gill
    An Interrupted Place
    5th June – 22nd June 2019

    Felix Gill is an inner city urban dweller and maker of contemporary objects. For Felix his city is a place to be foraged, as you would the forest, for materials, inspiration, form, colour and texture. Which Felix then absorbs into his studio practice to create exquisite, deeply connected and thoughtful wearables. Bio Felix was borne in Auckland, ...
  • Amy Dynan
    Water
    26th June – 13th July 2019

    ‘Water’ is a solo exhibition of drawings inspired by Amy’s recent international art residencies in France, Iceland and Norway. Venturing deep into these dramatic landscapes Amy explores the movement of water as a symbol for who and what we are in relation to nature. Amy uses the dynamics of light and shade in drawing as ...
  • David Collins
    17th July – 3rd August 2019

       
  • 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 ...
  • Shaun Hayes
    18th September – 5th October 2019

    Shaun 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
    Kin
    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.