- 22-31 MAY 2018 (MON-SUN 10AM – 6PM)
- COMBER ST STUDIOS, 5 COMBER ST PADDINGTON SYDNEY
- OPENING RECEPTION, WED 23 MAY 6-8PM
- SATURDAY AFTERNOON DRINKS, SAT 26 MAY 2-5PM
- PRESALES OPEN 9AM EST WED 9 MAY – See link in catalogue
A sense of time and place; a moment of strength and grounding; a stillness and knowing. The works of four painters and two ceramic sculptors come together to form a collection of outstanding artworks grounded in the concept of PRESENCE. Each piece captures a moment in time where real strength and purpose takes place; where the artist seeks to contain an understanding of their environment, self or other in a limited space. Looking into what appears to us to be the everyday – a forest, a train station, an architectural element, a figure or shape whether human or inanimate – the artist stops time to create a stillness and knowing of their surroundings.
ANTONIA MRLJAK (Sydney, painting) | KEVIN PERKINS (Dallas, USA, painting) | RACHAEL McCULLY KERWICK (Melbourne, painting) | NATALIE ROSIN (Sydney, ceramic sculpture) | BETTINA WILLNER-BROWNE (Melbourne, ceramic sculpture) | MARIA KOSTAREVA (Moscow, Russia, painting)
Pictured: ‘Waiting’ by Maria Kostareva
10-20 MAY 2017 (WED- SAT 11AM – 6PM)
SHEFFER GALLERY, 38 LANDER ST DARLINGTON SYDNEY
OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY 13 MAY 1PM – 3PM
When a structure appears in the landscape, placed there by human intention or sprung forth through nature’s whim, a collection of shapes emerges that is quite unnatural in appearance. When nature is broken down, however, pure geometry exists – forms spliced and bonded, dissected and reformed. LANDSHAPE explores the idea of architecture within a landscape – whether that be 3D structures cut and moulded from minerals and elements of earth herself, or images of geometric forms of the landscape that rise from plains when plates collide. Remnants of discarded paraphernalia (both human and environmental) are reformed on land to give new perspective to these objects, and brush marks and collage come together to create a new language of landscape as the imagery is broken down to its purest geometric form. This is LANDSHAPE.
LEONIE BARTON (PHOTOGRAPHY) | ANITA BEANEY (PHOTOGRAPHY) | KIRSTEN DUNCOMBE (COLLAGE) | JANE MCKENZIE (SCULPTURE) | ANTONIA MRLJAK (PAINTING) | CHARLOTTE-AMELIA PAULL (SCULPTURE)
11-22 OCTOBER 2016 (TUES – SAT 11AM – 6PM)
DEPOT II GALLERY, 2 DANKS ST, WATERLOO SYDNEY
OPENING RECEPTION 15 OCTOBER 1PM – 3PM
The concept of paper as subject as well as object is explored in Curatorial+Co.’s inaugural group show, PAPER. Celebrating the online gallery’s first ‘paper’ anniversary, artists from Australia, USA, Poland, Sweden, Canada and Scotland show works of art on and of paper, exploring the intricacies of its malleability and complexities of its form through working the subject’s softness and strength, layers and plains, movement and composition. Comprising painting, drawing, mixed media, sculpture and wallpaper pieces, the exhibition showcases the personal and often emotional link that many of the artists have to this versatile medium.
GUNJAN AYLAWADI | KATE BANAZI | COLLEEN DAROSA | DEAR HUMAN | SUSIE DUREAU | ANITA IACOVELLA | ANTONIA MRLJAK | DIPTAA SLONIIR | MAIRI TIMONEY | DANUTA TOJKA | NOIRIN VAN DE BERG | MICHELLE WEINBERG