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Tune in to the engaging podcast Talking with Painters by Maria Stoljar to hear Belinda Fox talk about her career as an artist, life in the Hague and her Gallerysmith exhibition, Fragment(ed). This 45 minute podcast interview charts Fox's early…

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CATHERINE NELSON was born in Sydney and studied painting at the College of Fine Art, graduating in 1996. Shortly after, she commenced  a career in film and digital media creating special effects for films such as Moulin Rouge and Harry Potter. ​ In 2008 Catherine returned to own photographic…

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Kate Ballis is a Melbourne-based photographic artist whose work explores the theme of seeing the unseen. Her colour-drenched artworks employ infra-red technology to isolate particular hues within the spectrum to create images with a unique palette and otherworldly feel. In doing so,…

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Andrew Seward in two art prizes

We are excited to announce that Andrew Seward has been pre-selected for the 2019 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing. The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country. The Exhibition…

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Taking its title from the poetry of Sappho, Come Close is a group exhibition at the University of the Sunshine Coast Art Gallery featuring the work of Leonard Brown, Christian Flynn, Ian Friend, Gordon Shepherdson, Amber Wallis and Judith Wright. Placed…

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Belinda Fox in Watercolour Award

Splash – Contemporary Watercolour Award has been established to showcase Australian Artists who work with the watercolour medium. The $30,000 acquisitive award has been supported by the Fornari Bequest. It is with great pleasure to announce Belinda Fox's nomination with…

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Lori Pensini, Flower, 2018

Lori Pensini in Doug Moran Prize

This delightful work by Lori Pensini has been announced as a semi-finalist in Australia's richest art prize for portraiture, the Doug Moran. Lori will face off against more than 100 artists to be in the running for this prestigious $150,000…

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Kirrily Hammond, After Blanchet. Merriwee House. Templeton Architecture. Benjamin Hosking Photography

Subtle tones in Merriwee House

We had the privilege of working with Templeton Architecture on a recent project in Toorak. Templeton's work has a strong focus on proportion, light, colour and surface to create beautifully resolved design outcomes. The interiors in Merriwee House incorporated paintings…

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Sue Lovegrove was highly commended in the Hadley's art prize today. The Hadley Prize celebrates painting, printmaking and drawing of the landscape and is one of Australia's newest and richest art awards, with the winning artist receiving $100,000. Sue's miniature…

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Eric Bridgeman At Queensland Art Gallery / GOMA As Part Of No. 1 Neighbour Exhibition.

Eric Bridgeman at QA GOMA

A vast installation by Eric Bridgeman forms the centerpiece of a major exhibition at QA GOMA until Jan 17. No.1 Neighbour: Art in Papua New Guinea 1966-2016 presents work  dating from the mid-1960s to today.  The exhibition focuses on the…

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First Light By Adriane Strampp. Finalist In Art Prize.

Adriane Strampp in three art prizes

Adriane Strampp rounds off another successful year with her work included in another three art prize exhibitions. Gauze was shortlisted for the John Leslie Prize at Gippsland Art Gallery, First Light is in the Len Fox Painting Prize at Castlemaine…

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Jennifer Goodman, Editioned Print On Paper.

Jennifer Goodman edition

Jennifer Goodman has five editioned prints on paper in a small group exhibition at Stephen McLaughlin Gallery in the famed Nicholas Building in Melbourne’s CBD. This exhibition, thoughtfully curated by Stephen Wickham, includes works by Stephen and Jennifer, along with…

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602: A New Melbourne Art Event.

602: New Art Event in Melbourne

The void left by the recent collapse of Melbourne Art Fair prompted action from an alliance of leading art galleries resulting in a new art event in Melbourne in August, titled 602. The alliance of galleries from both Melbourne and…

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Overundersidewaysdown, An Exhibition At Manly Art Gallery Featuring Lynda Draper.


A number of works by Lynda Draper are in the exhibition, OVERUNDERSIDEWAYSDOWN. Curated by Glenn Barkley, this exhibition explores “ceramic’s present currency within the art world and the reasons why it is of such interest to artists…. It collectively reenergises…

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Denfair 2016

Gallerysmith is delighted to announce that we are exhibiting a selection of works by Jennifer Goodman, Martin King and Ian Friend at DENFAIR in Melbourne from June 2-4.

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