Exhibitions

Margaret Ingles

BULIMBA 28 September - 28 October 2018

In her new collection, Margaret Ingles showcases the beauty and complexity of hands and their capacity to express emotion, convey ideas, and tell a story.


Scott Breton

PADDINGTON 12 - 31 October 2018

Scott Breton is a figurative fine artist based in Brisbane as well as also painting part time in Florence, Italy.

“I find that the organising principle of the way I see natural form is around the flow of space, and so in this context of sand dunes and grasses, I am intrigued by the turning away of form, and the perceived paths that lead beyond their horizons. I have come to suspect that this is compelling because it points to the bittersweet experience of walking through the landscape as the colours fade through the afternoon, exploring with footsteps delightful qualities that are constantly slipping away.” Scott Breton


Sarah Hickey, Kailum Graves & Melissa Anderson

Bulimba 2 November - 2 December

Feature artworks from the Clayton Utz Art Award
Including artists Melissa Anderson, Sarah Hickey and Kailum Graves


Bulimba Showcase

Currently in Gallery

Our Bulimba Gallery is currently showing a collection of artworks showcasing a combination of new and established artists.


Ai Shah

PADDINGTON 3 - 21 November 2018

OPENING EVENT 3pm - 5pm 3 November 2018

Ai Shah’s collection of works ‘Inner Bloom’ are an extension on her earlier exhibition ‘Notes on a Journey’, this time however using bamboo as a motif.

“The more I paint this series, the more I realise the endless possibility. It is the feeling of opening up to a bigger world when you focus on the inner self. The title ‘Inner Bloom’ comes from this feeling."
Ai Shah


Tsering Hannaford

PADDINGTON 3 - 21 November 2018

OPENING EVENT 3pm - 5pm 3 November 2018

Tsering Hannaford’s still life paintings explore themes of impermanence and renewal. ‘New Works’ are a collection of floral paintings which capture the uniqueness of each bloom.

“My greatest ambition in my work is to allow the viewer to feel like they could be standing right there in the room with me - experiencing the same delicate light, the mood, the stillness." Tsering Hannaford


Jodie Wells

PADDINGTON 24 November - 12 December 2018

OPENING EVENT 3pm - 5pm 24 November 2018

Jodie Wells manages to capture her images in what is perceived to be minimal broad strokes, spread vibrantly with a palette knife. Her richly textured style combined with a dramatic use of colour creates vivid interpretations of nature.