Brilliant recycled materials sculpture by this Brisbane artist, awaiting display in one of our store rooms.
Fresh from success at the Somerset Region Art Awards...
"The light of Day", "The Family Affair" and "Rainy Days and Sunshine" will be exhibited by Brisbane artist Priscilla Jean.
Five works exhibited this year by renowned Queensland artist Gary Myers.
Gary’s art is immediately identifiable as Australian, with a deep connection to the outback and a passion for the history of Australia.His style is unique, providing glimpses of larrikinism that abandon the traditional norms of landscape painting.
He has held over 30 successful solo exhibitions - the first at Brisbane's Dunwell Gallery in 1971 and most recently at Cronulla Art Gallery in April 2013 and Graydon Gallery Brisbane in 2014. His artworks are highly sought after throughout Australia as well as by overseas collectors. His engaging interpretation of the Australian landscape has led to overseas exhibitions in Brighton, England and in Shanghai, China. A New York exhibition and a return to China are at the planning stage.
Sunshine Coast Artist Mel Brigg will again be supplying several works for sale at the exhibition...
THE STARS IN MY HEART - 2015
76 x 101 cm
One of the most influential street artists to emerge from New York, DAIN combines the visual language of graffiti with collaged old portraits of Hollywood glamour stars. Crossing genres and often working single pieces back and forth between the street and studio, DAIN combines wheatpasting, silkscreening, spray paint, collage, and acrylic. His process begins with a black-and-white photo that he layers with old advertisements, printed fragments, logos, and miscellaneous smaller images. He then begins adding paint; his unmistakable trademark is the “circle and drip” around the eye of his subjects. DAIN views his work as a confrontation between the destructive gestures of graffiti and the femininity of his Hollywood subjects.
Jigoku Fire - Triptych - 2015
Posca painting on MDF board 60 x 120 cm + frame
Born in Hiroshima, Japan Go migrated to Australia and settled on the Gold Coast in Queensland 1990. His talent for drawing has been a lifelong passion with a mystical seamless blending of cultures. Go’s work draws upon and reflects his personal views on a wide range of influences including social, political and cultural issues, blended with a rare beauty and mystique with the vibrant use of colour, shape and movement to create a truly unique and entrancing artwork. You need to see these works closely to truly appreciate the detail and accuracy of his illistrations.