Exhibitions

Scott Breton

4 September - 22 September 2020

Scott Breton’s new exhibition is characterised by two main themes, perspectival setting and unconscious processing.

Exploring the Renaissance preoccupation with the perspectival setting, Scott utilises geometric planes and simple forms to articulate how space interacts with in and around both figures and landscapes.
In other works, Scott explores an unconscious process, pursuing imagery, mood and poses without conscious force. Following his impulses, Scott creates works by trusting his sense of intrigue and fascination, allowing the images to become what they will.


Bronwyn Hill

25 September - 13 October 2020

Bronwyn’s new collection of oil paintings is inspired by the current restrictions and anxieties being experienced by many in 2020. Exploring contemporary concerns, ‘Spring Break’ draws attention to the simple beauty of nature and our disconnection from it. The interplay of sheets and insects is an ongoing theme in Bronwyn’s work, in particular the unrest the two subjects have when placed together.

“Sheets represent comfort, rest and intimacy, and insects while appreciated in their own environment are not seen as welcome in a place so personal to us as our beds. The figures in these works, while appearing stressed or fatigued are adorned with butterflies and light, little reminders that seasons do change.” - Bronwyn Hill


Lisa Christensen

25 September - 13 October 2020

Lisa’s paintings have evolved out of a love for detail, colour and form, and the desire to convey something otherworldly with humble everyday objects. Extending on the rich history of still-life painting, Lisa is influenced by the Dutch and Spanish still-life paintings of the 17th century, that focused on themes of mortality through the depiction of flowers, fruits and other domestic objects that stand as reminders of impermanence in this life.

Lisa's still-life paintings extend beyond the domestic realm to found birds and Australian plants and wildflowers. The works seek to evoke a sense of fragility and the sublime, with a strong focus on light. Picturing dead birds amongst iconic Australian wildflowers focuses attention on how we relate to imagery of our natural environment. Idealised scenes of native birds frolicking and feeding from the flowers, are turned on their end by depictions of soft, lifeless birds that Lisa finds locally, amongst a scattered array of foliage.


FINE ART AUCTION

6.30pm 23 October 2020

Viewing: 16 Oct 2020 - 23 Oct 2020

A relaxed and entertaining event featuring original works and editions by iconic artists: Nolan, Olsen, Macleod, Dickerson, Blackman, Pro Hart and more with auctioneer Brett Lethbridge.

Low reserves up to 50% of retail, 19.8% buyers premium. Also featuring a range of works from Gallery artists. Catalogue released soon.

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Ai Shah

30 October - 17 November 2020

Ai Shah’s passion is to paint water, capturing its movement, depth, colours, reflections, mood and tranquillity. Ai Shah trained under painter Marcel Desbiens for several years after moving from Japan to Australia. In 2010, she won the inaugural Lethbridge 10000 art award with 'Suns Swimming with Lillies'. Since then she has been showing her paintings annually at Lethbridge Gallery in Paddington, as well as exhibiting her work at art fairs in Sydney, Melbourne, San Diego and Hong Kong.

Opening event 30 October 5pm - 7pm


John Morris

30 October - 17 November 2020

Intricately carved from wood by his skilled hand, John’s sculptures explore an ongoing fascination with human form and anatomy; deconstructed, modified, and added to. Contrasting elements of biological, geometrical and mechanical work harmoniously together as he explores the space between the second and third dimensions, incorporating drawing in to his sculptures.

Opening event 30 October 5pm - 7pm


Scott McDougall

30 October - 17 November 2020

Scott McDougall’s career spans an impressive four decades. Since beginning his career in Queensland, Scott has travelled extensively, capturing intimate moments across the globe. His highly refined techniques allow Scott to not only capture a picture perfect scene but the mood and the people. He truly captures life as it is with his careful choice of subject matter.

Opening event 30 October 5pm - 7pm


Jodie Wells

20 November - 8 December 2020

Jodie Wells has exhibited extensively around Australia since 2007, including over 15 solo exhibitions. Her work has been selected as a finalist in many of Australia’s top art prizes, including the Tattersalls Art Prize, Glover Prize, Sunshine Coast Art Prize amongst many others. Jodie’s paintings are held in the Gold Coast Regional Art Gallery collection, as well as in private collections around Australia, Hong Kong, Dubai and Europe.

Opening event 20 November 3pm - 5pm