Drawing is a fundamental and liberating practice that allows artists to express themselves with directness, honesty and freedom. This exhibition brings together the work of six artists who explore elements intrinsic to drawing in contrasting medium, technique and imaginative approach. Featuring work by: Dagmar Cyrulla, Al Poulet, Melinda Schawel, Nigel Sense, Christopher Orchard and Margaret Woodward.


Poulet Untitled 6 acrylic, charcoal and graphite on paper 30 x 42cm
Woodward_The Journey Again_pastel on paper laminated on canvas_120 x 120cm
Margaret Woodward Reclining Figure and Dog ink pastel and wash on paper 16 x 15cm
Christopher Orchard ‘The Writer’ charcoal on paper 54 x 51cm $3,800
Nigel Sense 'Gili Meno' acrylic on paper 44.5 x 74cm $2,750
Nigel Sense 'Kuta' acrylic on paper 44.5 x 74cm $2,750
Al Poulet Untitled (Southerly Buster Gymea bay) Acrylic and Pastel on Paper 42x56cm
Al Poulet Untitled (Jingga Pools Mermaids) Acrylic on Paper 42 x 56cm
Cyrulla Dagmar_The Artist and the Model_graphite Drawing_95 x 122cm
Cyrulla_A few rooms_pencil on paper_21 x 36cm_framed-email
Cyrulla_Drawing for grateful_gouacheand pencil on paper_29.1 x 41.4cm_framed behind glass-email
I Am_Drawing pastel 2.15 x 1.8cm framed_0