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WENDY STAVRIANOS IN ‘VAULT’ EXTRA’S HIGHLIGHTS OCTOBER 2019

October 23, 2019

WENDY STAVRIANOS AT NICHOLAS THOMPSON The abstraction of Wendy Stavrianos’ recent body of work results from the artist’s psychological and physical observations of the inescapable effects of contemporary climate catastrophe. The outcome is a collection of paintings, characterised by sharp contrasting pastels and deep black tones that reflect on the harsh reduction of the Australian landscape, marred by drought, dryness and heat. Through the Window of an Inner Room is the outcome of Stavrianos’ private reverie about the deeper sentiment of objects, namely those collected in and around her central Victorian studio space. Living and working in this remote landscape, Stavrianos…

AMBER WALLIS FEATURED IN ‘ARTIST PROFILE’ ISSUE 48 2019 BY KEVIN WILSON

October 20, 2019

RHYS LEE IN BEN HORWOOD’S INTERVIEW WITH DIIV FOR ‘NME’

October 15, 2019

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ANTONIA SELLBACH’S ‘FRAME WORKS’ REVIEWED BY REX BUTLER IN ‘ART COLLECTOR’ ⁣⁣ISSUE 90

October 6, 2019

RHYS LEE ‘COLLODI’S PUPPET NO. 1’ COVER ARTWORK OF NEW DIIV ALBUM ‘DECEIVER’

October 5, 2019

BRAD RUSBRIDGE ‘FAMILIAR PAINTINGS’ PREVIEWED IN ‘ART ALMANAC’ OCTOBER BY DR JOSEPH BRENNAN⁣⁣⁣

October 3, 2019

VIRGINIA CUPPAIDGE ‘PALE BLUE JACARANDA’ 1970 IS EXHIBITED IN ‘NEW WOMAN’ AT THE MUSEUM OF BRISBANE UNTIL MARCH 2020

September 29, 2019

HEIDI YARDLEY SEMI-FINALIST IN DOUG MORAN NATIONAL PORTRAIT PRIZE 2019⁣ WITH ⁣‘GARETH SANSOM – GRAND GUIGNOL’⁣

September 24, 2019

JAMES DRINKWATER SEMI-FINALIST IN DOUG MORAN NATIONAL PORTRAIT PRIZE 2019⁣ WITH ⁣‘PHILIP JAMIESON, I’LL MEET YOU OFF BROADWAY’⁣

September 24, 2019

SUZANNE ARCHER ‘SONG OF THE CICADA’ IN JANE O’SULLIVAN’S REVIEW OF SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY FOR ‘ARTS HUB’

September 23, 2019

REW HANKS AWARDED 2019 FREMANTLE ARTS CENTRE PRINT AWARD FOR ‘GONE FISHING EAST OF FASKRUDSFJORDUR’⁣

September 22, 2019

WENDY STAVRIANOS ‘THROUGH THE WINDOW OF AN INNER ROOM’ PREVIEWED BY JOHN MCDONALD IN ‘THE AGE & SYDNEY MORNING HERALD’ 20 SEPTEMBER

September 20, 2019

Art: Wendy Stavrianos By John McDonald September 20, 2019 — 11.44pm Wendy Stavrianos. Lives: Walmer, VIC. Age: 78. Represented by: Nicholas Thompson Gallery, Melbourne; no Sydney gallery Her thing. Expressive, semi-abstract landscapes of the imagination. Our take. Wendy Stavrianos’s new works explore that borderline between the studio and the external world, between observation and memory, landscape and invention. It’s been some 30 years since Stavrianos and her artist partner, Craig Gough, moved to a Victorian property at Walmer, between Bendigo and Castlemaine, and the harsh, dry climate has become an integral element in her work. In her exhibition at Nicholas Thompson Gallery, Through the Window of…

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