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22/02/2024 - 25/02/2024

MELBOURNE ART FAIR STAND K5:
MATTHEW BROWNE

Matthew Browne’s new sequence of paintings, titled ‘Moment of Tangency’, embraces the tradition of geometric abstraction whilst exploring a completely different line of thought and action – a contemporary tangency – leading audiences to explore, via visceral effect, ambiguity and … Continued

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22/02/2024 - 25/02/2024
Matthew Browne 'Coronach' vinyl tempera and oil on linen 140 x 120cm $14,500

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06/04/2024 - 01/05/2024

MELISSA EGAN:
NEW WORKS

The day-to-day activities of Australian life in rural, bush and historical settings provide an immediate point of reference in Melissa Egan’s paintings, yet her subjects always relate within and perform against extraordinary backdrops. Within vibrant panoramas, wonderful and colourful sky-scapes … Continued

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06/04/2024 - 01/05/2024
Melissa Egan 'Heading North' oil on linen 55 x 55cm

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Latest News

10/11/2023

Al Poulet | Leeuwin Estate Art Series

We are excited to announce Al Poulet’s work, ‘Rum Rage’, will feature on the label of Leeuwin Estate’s next prestigious Art Series Cabernet. The Margaret River winery developed an association with leading Australian artists when launching the famous ‘Art Series’ … Continued

01/10/2023

Neil Taylor | Paddington Art Prize

Congratulations Neil Taylor, whose stunning work, ‘The Sun And Other Stars’, has been selected for the 2023 Paddington Art Prize for landscape painting. The interpretation of the landscape has informed our national ethos, and, as reinforced by this important award … Continued

27/09/2023

Al Poulet | Fisher’s Ghost Award

Congratulations Al Poulet who is a Finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost Award, for his dynamic work, ‘Untitled (Archangel)’. The exhibition of finalists coincides with Campbelltown’s annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost (28 October to Friday 8 December). Now one of Sydney’s … Continued

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