John R Walker at MRAGOctober 2011
You are invited to the opening of John R Walker's solo exhibition 'Space and Time: Ten Years in the Landscape' at Maitland Regional Art Gallery on Saturday 22 October at 3pm. Exhibition runs until 4 December 2011.Image: plum tree, afternoon 1 2010 archival oil on polyester, 156 x 182.5cm
Fleurieu Art Prize 2011October 2011
Congratulations to John R Walker and Angus Nivison for their selection in the Fleurieu Landscape Art Prize. 4 November – 5 December 2011, McLaren Vale South Australia.
Nyilyari TjapangatiOctober 2011
Nyilyari has been selected as a finalist in the RBS Emerging Artist Award, 10–28 October 2011. RBS Tower, ground level foyer, 88 Philip St Sydney.
Liz Coats at ANU and BegaOctober 2011
See works by Liz Coats in the exhibition 'Mallee' at the Australian National University School of Art Gallery, 7 – 29 October 2011, and at 'Far Enough: Aesthetic Responses to the Far South Coast of NSW', Bega Valley Regional Gallery, 30 September – 4 November 2011.
Angus Nivison in EMSLAOctober 2011
Angus Nivison has been selected for the 2011 Eutick Memorial Still Life Award at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery, 19 November – 14 January 2012.Image: empty vessels 2010 acrylic, charcoal, pigments and gesso on canvas, 130 x 120cm
Ronnie Tjampitjinpa in Blake PrizeSeptember 2011
Congratulations to Pintupi artist Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, whose work has been selected for the 2011 Blake Prize. It will be exhibited at the National Art School, Darlinghurst from 16 September to 15 OctoberImage: untitled 2010 acrylic on linen, 153 x 122cm
Angus Nivison to ParisSeptember 2011
Angus Nivison has been awarded a three month artist residency in Paris at the Cité Internationale des Arts. Bon voyage!
Five Easy PiecesSeptember 2011
Check out Christopher Hodge's sculptureBushranger on show at Defiance Gallery, Newtown until 16 October.Image: bushranger 2011 steel and paint 61 x 61 x 2.8cm
Crave Fest: Art/FoodSeptember 2011
To celebrate 10 years of 2 Danks St, Jared Ingersoll will create canapes inspired by each exhibition. October 20, 7–11pm. Information and bookings atdanksstreetdepotwaterloo.eventbrite.com
Papunya Tula Artists @ NGVSeptember 2011
Tjukurrtjanu: Origins of Western Desert Art at the National Gallery of Victoria features 200 of the first paintings produced at Papunya from 1971–2.
From 30 September 2011 – 12 February 2012.
Musical Tribute to David Aspden at AGNSWAugust 2011
To coincide with David Aspden's survey show 'The Colour of Music and Place' at AGNSW, Karen Aspden will be talking about Aspden's life and art in the exhibition space at AGNSW.
5.30pm Wednesday 10 August.
Also at AGNSW: 'Musical Tribute to David Aspden'
Wednesday 17 August 5.30 – 6.15pm and 7.15 – 8.30pm
Kylie Stillman at Hermes store windowAugust 2011
Check out Kylie Stillman's large-scale installation in the Hermès store window on Market Street in the Sydney CBD.Image: yamadon 2011 240 sheets of plywood
'Artist Artists' at Benalla Art Gallery.August 2011
'Artist Artists' includes work by Helen Eager, Christopher Hodges and Peter Maloney.
30 July – 25 September at Benalla Art Gallery.
'Up Close and Personal' at S. H. Ervin Gallery.August 2011
'Up Close and Personal' features the collection of Dr Peter Elliott AM, which includes the work of many gallery artists.
12 August – 18 September at S. H. Ervin Gallery.
Makinti Napanangka AMJune 2011
Makinti Napanangka AM has been honoured with an Order of Australia for service to the arts as a contemporary indigenous artist, to women painters of the Western Desert Art movement and to the community of the Northern Territory. The renowned Papunya Tula artist passed away in early January 2011.Image: untitled 2001 acrylic on linen, 122 x 61 cm
'Recent Forks' at Glasshouse Regional GalleryJune 2011
'Recent Forks' at Glasshouse Regional Gallery, Port Macquarie brings together works by Tony Coleing and Stephen Killick. The show runs from Friday 3 June to Sunday 10 July 2011.
Congratulations to Liz CoatsJune 2011
Congratulations to Liz Coats for winning a 2011 Winsor & Newton Studio Scholarship! Liz is a PHD candidate at the ANU School of Art.Image: organica #2 2010 acrylic media, pigments & gesso on board, 74 x 76 cm
Congratulations to Yukultji NapangatiApril 2011
Congratulations to Yukultji Napangati who was runner up in this year's Wynne Prize. The judges narrowed the field to five artists and then two. Yukultji's painting will be hanging in the Wynne Prize at the AGNSW until 26th June.
John R Walker's painting Little River Road GateApril 2011
John R Walker's painting Little River Road Gate has been chosen by the S H Ervin selection panel for this years Salon des Refuses. The exhibition dates are 16 April to 19th June.
John Bursill, works acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection in CanberraApril 2011
John Bursill has just had three works acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection in Canberra. The committee chose a work from each of his Drought, Bush Fire and Flood series.
flower for a friend, a major public sculpture by Christopher HodgesNovember 2010
flower for a friend, a major public sculpture by Christopher Hodges, was unveiled on November 4 by the Governor of NSW, Professor Marie Bashir AC, CVO. Commissioned by the St Vincent's Campus Art Committee for the O'Brien forecourt at St Vincent's Hospital, this dynamic form enlivens its surroundings.
Christopher Hodges' Homage to a TreeOctober 2010
Located in the Rouse Hill town centre, Christopher Hodges' Homage to a Tree took as its inspiration the roots of a very old tree that was felled to make way for the development. The town centre has just been named as one of the five best new deveolpments in the world.
Kylie Stillman's largest paper workOctober 2010
Kylie Stillman's largest paper work to date was commissioned for the Westpac Corporate Art Collection. The tryptich sculpture Banksias is made from three stacks of computer paper positioned on an old style banker's desk, and was inspired by a visit to the archives in Westpac's Martin Place building.Image: banksias - silver banksia, old man banksia and coastal banksia 2010 paper carving:18,000 sheets of computer paper with wood base, perspex box 175 x 153 x 90cm
Kylie Stillman, solo exhibitionOctober 2010
Kylie has a solo exhibition opening in November at Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale, Victoria. The exhibition dates are 20 November 2010 to 2 January, 2011 and it will be officially opened on Friday 3 December by Christopher Hodges.
Kylie Stillman's is an art of reduction, where presence is born of absence. In the last ten years Stillman has built a practice based on voids and negative space, carved from inert materials such as books and stacks of paper. Through this language of absence she fathoms fantastic menageries of plants and animals, faithfully presented in concise nomenclature...
Simon Gregg, Curator, Gippsland Art Gallery