17 October - 8 November 2015 MCollection Art Award Now in its second year, this award exhibition, exclusively for unrepresented Victorian artists, showcased 29 works including painting, printmaking, sculpture and photography. Brad Rusbridge (artwork below) was announced the winner of the…
2015 news wrap, including news about artists, exhibitions, awards and our Project Space's one year anniversary.
Exit Town was an exhibition of paintings by visiting artist Steve Lopes in September 2015.
A series of pencil and watercolour landscapes drawing from Harmsworth childhood memories, resulting in images which are distorted, vivid and exaggerated.
A series of collage works through which Goodman's free-form shapes move, bend, overlap & swerve.
Rachel Coad’s paintings in District depict rural Australians in the post war era.
Winter Solstice 1 was an exhibition comprising paintings and works on paper, all celebrating the astronomical transition from the shortest day of the year. The exhibition featured works by: Ian Friend, Jennifer Goodman, Ngaio Lenz, Stephen Ormandy, Christopher Pease and Lee Salomone
Forest of Dreams uses the lyrebird as a symbol of beauty, mystery and exuberance. King's works synthesise the human and the animal, beauty and the macabre, nature and ‘nature morte’.
This duo-solo exhibition expresses two contrasting views of the natural environment – one which looks upward to the dry crags and peaks that puncture the earth’s crust and one which delves below the surface into the swampy depths of lakes, tarns and lagoons.
There is a feeling of wonder in Ted May’s new series of works, which reference objects as diverse as ancient Greek vases to paintings from the modernist period. May’s new paintings include monolithic vases filled with alien floral arrangements, stacked and discarded fragments and abstracted, entwined figures, set on a low horizon against a deep blue ground.
Mike Chavez is well known for his irreverent approach to sensitive topics. In Break Up Album, Chavez turns some common break-up platitudes on their head and in doing so, offers some playful insights to the tenuous world of personal relationships.
For more than 30 years, Ian Friend has developed subtle and evocative works on paper that reflect his longstanding engagement with jazz, poetry and architecture.
Employing still life as metaphor, Junko Go’s work in Un-Still Life represents her subjective reflections on life.