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Now offering Afterpay

Now offering Afterpay

To make it easier for our customers to take home the art they love, we are now partnered with Afterpay. Afterpay is similar to a lay by arrangement where the payment is taken over 4 instalments spanning 8 weeks. Customers can take the artwork immediately. We can accept Afterpay for purchases made online or within the gallery. Contact us if you have any queries 6238 1398.

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Desolate yet all undaunted

Sharon Field Watercolour

Desolate yet all undaunted

'Imagine 2000 square kilometres dominated by thousands of trees, the majestic Eucalyptus viminalis.  Now, re-imagine this area as a massive graveyard, with all the trees dead.  Monaro Runes is a visible response to climate change, a ruined landscape - the skeletonised trees like ancient runic symbols'. - Sharon Field This incredible original artwork deserves close inspection. The minute fissures in the boulders, the lichen and detailed surface texture are hard to convey through  online images. The scale of the work is also spectacular at 1.6 metres wide, beautifully framed. Sharon has captured the uniqueness of the landscape of the Cooma Plain in this...

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A moment in time | Peter Watts

A moment in time | Peter Watts

A country boy at heart, Peter Watts shares his fascination with nature in his exhibition 'A moment in time - in paint'. We can all relate to the feeling of awe when a truly remarkable combination of natural elements collide or a fleeting ray of light presents a show stopping display, before vanishing as quickly as it appeared. Peter captures those moments in his paintings. The movement, mood and atmosphere are familiar and yet there is a thrilling intensity in the work. The large scale brings the drama into the room, and it's captivating! Peter describes his inspiration in the video link:...

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Jane Gerrish talks with Maria Stoljar

Drawing Jane Gerrish Talking with Painters

Jane Gerrish talks with Maria Stoljar

Maria Stoljar from podcast Talking with Painters speaks with Jane Gerrish about the inspiration behind her exhibition Observe. See it here: https://youtu.be/az3JYmVwngk 'Talking with Painters is a podcast and collection of videos, now in its fifth year, where I talk with Australian painters about their lives and art. It’s something I’m passionate about, not only because I’m interested in painting myself but because we have so many incredible painters in Australia I just want to share their stories with the world! The podcast is full of the personal stories of the painters of Australia – leading, mid-career and emerging – not only...

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Observe | Jane Gerrish

Barbie Robinson Drawing Jane Gerrish Living Arts Canberra Matisse Observe

Observe | Jane Gerrish

Jane Gerrish's current exhibition Observe is open now until 21 March, 2021. In creating this body of work (of more than 30 drawings), Jane immersed herself in the life and time of Henri Matisse predominantly around the 1920's and early 30's. The saturated hues, depiction of light and shade and strong colour palette are just three reasons to see this work in the flesh.  In this podcast by Barbie Robinson from Living Arts Canberra, Jane reveals her immense admiration for the master, Henri Matisse. Her addiction to art history books is also exposed! Thank you Barbie and Jane, this interview...

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