An exhibition featuring works by the artists who undertook the 2016 Helpmann Academy India (Sanskriti Kendra) and China (SA Power Networks Jingdezhen Pottery Workshop) Residencies. Kaleidoscope is a result of the artists’ time at the residencies, and reflects the experiences and insights gained from being immersed in such rich culture and artistry. The works presented showcase a variety of different mediums including ceramics, jewellery, and photography. Featuring works by Karl Brasse, Juniper Darling, Liam Fleming, Sue Garrard, Jack Ladd, Simone Linder-Patton, and Georgia Matthews.
Image: Georgia Matthews (multimedia)
Rural and Remote Henry Stentiford & Jade Harland 16 August - 2 September, 2017
Reflections of the Artist in Residency program at the Glenside Rural & Remote Inpatient Unit. Engagement with mental health facilities consumers, staff and environment of the Glenside campus, and ongoing collaboration with the University of South Australia’s Mental Health Research team has informed this exhibition. Bringing together academics, health care workers, artists and everyone in between to seek a better understanding of the process of recovery and the contribution of art. The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a state-wide festival of Visual Art. The SALA Festival was established in 1998 to promote and celebrate the many talented visual artists in South Australia.
(Image: Henry Stentiford)
Tomasz Talaj (Aust) Suburbia 23 x 32cm Pigmented ink, acrylic on board $695 Incl. GST
Sam Leach King Vulture 1 Oil and resin on board 50 x 50 cm
Klaus Gutowski Dairy Milk, 2016 Hand build porcelain, underglaze, metal chain 67 x 30 x 22cm $1,350 Incl GST
Klaus exhibits his work around Australia and internationally. His art work was selected for the Jakarta Contemporary Ceramic Biennale in 2014 and in the same year his work was also shown at Harvard University, Boston, USA. His ceramic art was selected as finalist in several awards exhibitions around the country.
Angus Hamra Angus is a young portrait and landscape artist who has been making quite an impression on art lovers in recent times.
Angus has natural insight into what makes people unique, creating his images in an impasto style which is rich in texture and clarity. His landscapes and portraits celebrate a captured moment, unique and beautiful as only an artist with his sensibilities can.
Available for portrait commissions. Please contact the gallery for more information.
Kim Buck (Aust) Adelaide visual artists, Kim Buck, is one of Australia's most sought after contemporary artists. She has just appeared at the Art Gallery of South Australia in their centerpiece show, Heartland.
Camilla Taditch Arkaroola Oil on linen 100 x 150 cm
Camilla Tadich is a Melbourne based artist who is becoming well recognised around Australia for her haunting and fascinating canvases of the Australian continent.
Into a dark inky night Tadich shines a torch to show the viewer a hidden human existence. From the dark space emerges a rusted car body, or an abandoned bus - she wants the us to look; to search out the detail, unseen and unobserved.
Please contact the gallery for availability
Michael Jeffery Michael Jeffery's collages of dried skins, or sheets of paint cut to resemble bricks within a wall, or perhaps topographic views of an urban landscape.
Michael's career contunues to bloom following successful shows in Adelaide and around Australia.
Arlon Hall Icecream is Going to Save the Day Charcoal and acrylic on canvas $895 Incl. GST
Arlon Hall Sofa cum Lounge Oil on canvas $490 Incl. GST
Scott Marr The Snail Pyrigraohy, eucalypt bark, corepsis, ochres, liquid chloraphyll, plane tree charcoal on paper 47 x 53cm $1,950 Incl. GST
Scott Marr is a very talented visual artist working with pyrography (burning images) and delicate pigments, which he collects and processes from the Australian bush.
This art form is an ancient one, but his subject matter is far from it. Animals are delicately burnished into paper and brought alive with a remarkable natural pallet. On closer inspection the figures are composites - leaves, sticks and household items beautifully brought together in some sort of surreal jigsaw puzzle.
His distinctive images make his designs unique in Australia’s contemporary art world.
Harry Thring Thring is an instinctive and emotive painter, incorporating graphic symbols and imagery with a highly developed sense of colour and abstraction.
His latest paintings could almost be described as self-portraits and aim to explore his sense of identity in today’s world.