ANTONIA SELLBACH’S ‘UNSTABLE OBJECT 32’ ILLUSTRATED IN PUBLICATION ‘MELBOURNE MODERN: EUROPEAN ART AND DESIGN AT RMIT SINCE 1945’⁣

July 20, 2019

KEVIN CONNOR EXHIBITION REVIEWED BY W. H. CHONG FOR ‘DAILY REVIEW’

June 27, 2019

KEVIN CONNOR VISUAL ARTS REVIEW (NICHOLAS THOMPSON GALLERY, MELBOURNE) By W H Chong June 25, 2019 This show of paintings and drawings has the fervour of an artist in their youthful prime, but Connor is 87 this year. He is one of the grandest old painters in Sydney with many works in the Art gallery of NSW. Reproductions of his earlier work in the books at the gallery, consistent in feeling and expression, prove these late works as even looser, painted with more velocity. There is nothing to understand, you look and “get” it, like a knack. It’s all in…

ANTONIA SELLBACH’S ‘UNSTABLE OBJECT 32, GRID PAINTING’ EXHIBITED IN ‘MELBOURNE MODERN: EUROPEAN ART & DESIGN AT RMIT SINCE 1945’ AT RMIT GALLERY UNTIL 17 AUGUST 2019

June 25, 2019

GORDON SHEPHERDSON’S 1989 ‘ST STEPHEN’ PAINTINGS INSTALLED AT THE QUEENSLAND ART GALLERY/GALLERY OF MODERN ART

June 23, 2019

⁣‘The ‘St Stephen’ paintings of the late 1980s provided the artist with a motif which allowed a personal vision to merge with an event of historical and mythical significance. These works are some of the very few examples of narrative painting by Shepherdson’ extract from David Burnett’s catalogue essay for ‘Marks + Moments: Paintings by Gordon Shepherdson’ Queensland Art Gallery, 1997⁣

JAMES DRINKWATER’S SURVEY ‘THE SEA CALLS ME BY NAME’ CURRENT AT NEWCASTLE ART GALLERY TO 11 AUGUST 2019

June 2, 2019

JAMES DRINKWATER INTERVIEWED BY CHLOE MANDRYK IN NEW ISSUE OF ART ALMANAC, JUNE 2019

May 30, 2019

James Drinkwater: the sea calls me by name 30 May 2019 | Chloe Mandryk In speaking with James Drinkwater ahead of a major survey show at Newcastle Art Gallery we explore his porous approach to painting where an intriguing conceptual and material web is crafted, it’s a structure with space for transience, like a dream-catcher. His paintings possess an associative aesthetic that invites the audience to join, or complete an emotional journey. You very eloquently describe your personal relationship with painting as a ‘long eternal conversation with the past’. But, making or creating is generative, so what are you hoping…

VIRGINIA CUPPAIDGE SURVEY ‘THE NATURE OF ABSTRACTION’ REVIEWED BY JILL STOWELL IN THE NEWCASTLE HERALD⁣

May 26, 2019

Art review: Virginia Cuppaidge, the nature of abstraction, Newcastle Art Gallery Jill Stowell Virginia Cuppaidge is an Australian artist who has also been an international figure for the last 40 years, though unlike the Francophiles Rupert Bunny and John Russell in an earlier generation, she has regularly exhibited her vibrant abstract paintings in Australia as well as in New York, where she has lived since 1969. It may at first seem surprising to find in Newcastle a survey exhibition covering the entirety of her long and successful career, but for Virginia Cuppaidge, the nature of abstraction has largely come about…

HEIDI YARDLEY FEATURED IN ISSUE 47 OF ‘ARTIST PROFILE’⁣⁣⁣

May 23, 2019

⁣ JAMES DRINKWATER FEATURED IN THE NEW ISSUE 47 OF ‘ARTIST PROFILE’⁣⁣

May 23, 2019

SUZANNE ARCHER WILL EXHIBIT AT SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2019 WITH NICHOLAS THOMPSON GALLERY

May 15, 2019

BRAD RUSBRIDGE FINALIST IN THE 2019 BAYSIDE ACQUISITIVE ART PRIZE WITH ‘RELIC’, CURRENT TO 21 JULY⁣

May 14, 2019

AMBER WALLIS FINALIST IN 2019 SUNSHINE COAST ART PRIZE WITH PAINTING ‘SLEEPING FIGURE’ AT CALOUNDRA REGIONAL GALLERY CURRENT TO 15 SEPTEMBER⁣

May 14, 2019