Colour Without a Name – EOLO PAUL BOTTARO
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Colour Without a Name – EOLO PAUL BOTTARO

Colour Without a Name, the latest exhibition by Eolo Paul Bottaro presents an enigmatic series of paintings inspired by the creative contemporaries, urban locales, and historical artworks that have lodged in the artist’s prolific imagination. The cryptic title of this exhibition, which evokes ideas surrounding perception and the limits of understanding, is an appropriate one … Continue reading

Jeffrey Smart (1921 – 2013)
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Jeffrey Smart (1921 – 2013)

In memory of one of the greats of Australian painting who passed away earlier this week, Jeffrey Smart. Despite Modernism’s challenge to representational imagery, and the subsequent Death of Painting discourse which questioned the relevance of painting within the contemporary art spectrum, Smart remained true to his chosen genre and medium and created some of the most iconic … Continue reading

Old Marriage – BRONWYN REES
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Old Marriage – BRONWYN REES

In this series of multifaceted etchings and drypoints by Bronwyn Rees, the Australian bush becomes a space riddled with unfolding narratives and symbolic cues. In these prints sensual pleasure, emotional fortitude, threatening darkness, and paranormal occurrence are all bound together by the twisted yet pervasive beauty found within our forests, lakes and scrublands. While the … Continue reading

Eugene von Guérard, Nature Revealed
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Eugene von Guérard, Nature Revealed

First Published Tuesday June 14 2011, on Artshub This vast exhibition of works by intrepid colonial painter Eugene von Guérard toured the National Gallery of Victoria, Queensland Art Gallery, and National Gallery of Australia between 2011 – 2012.  Eugene Von Guérard: Nature Revealed gives us an insight into the wonder that this European artist, who evidently possessed a passion for … Continue reading