• Vale Joan McClelland

    We pay tribute to the much admired art world figure Joan McClelland who passed away at the age of 104. Joan was at the helm of the successful Joshua McClelland Print Room for over 70 years, taking over from her husband in the 1950s. She was a well-liked person known for her fairness and professionalism. […]

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  • A Closer Look At… The Next Generation

    To take A Closer Look At… The Next Generation and read further about the paintings of Lorraine Kabbindi White and Genevieve Kemarr Loy, please click here. The exhibition is showing until Thursday 28 September and please note the Gallery will be closed Friday 29 Sep – Monday 2 Oct inclusive over the AFL Grand Final […]

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  • Stephen Bowers in The Wall Street Journal

    The work of ceramicist Stephen Bowers has been in the papers lately, firstly an article in The Wall Street Journal about the inspiration of the history and tradition of ceramic tableware on contemporary artists. Read here. Whilst in Australian newspapers, one  of Stephen’s impressive large-scale Palaceware vases featured in images promoting the sale of a […]

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  • Constance Stokes at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

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    Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is showing an exhibition of paintings by Constance Stokes until 17th September bringing together work from her early days as an art student at the National Gallery Art School, in the late 1920s, through to paintings made in the early 1980s. The exhibition includes over 35 paintings covering the breadth of Stokes’s […]

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  • The Next Generation Video of Exhibition Opening

    The Next Generation Exhibition Opening Lorraine and Genevieve with Joy and Nova

    We invite you to watch the video of the exhibition opening for our current show, The Next Generation featuring paintings by Lorraine Kabbindi White and Genevieve Kemarr Loy. We were privileged to have Aunty Joy Murphy AO present Welcome to Country followed by heartfelt remarks from Nova Peris OAM, former Senator and Olympian. We are […]

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  • Vale Claude Ullin

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    We are saddened by the news of the death of Claude Ullin AM, founder of the Armadale gallery High on Art in 1994 where he particularly promoted the art of Australian Aboriginal artists. Claude is well known for dedicating 25 years to local government, serving as the Mayor of Stonnington four times. ​Claude has been a […]

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  • THE NEXT GENERATION: Lorraine Kabbindi White & Genevieve Kemarr Loy

    Upcoming exhibition showing   12 August – 30 September Following in the footsteps of their grandparents, two young artists, continue the tradition of creating striking artworks inspired by their ancestral landscapes. Darwin-born Lorraine Kabbindi White will exhibit barks and works on paper depicting her family’s country at Mankung Djang, western Arnhem Land. The influence and teaching of her grandfather […]

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  • A CLOSER LOOK AT……MYTHS AND LEGENDS in the COLLECTORS’ EXHIBITION 2017

    The Collectors’ Exhibition 2017 is an all-encompassing exhibition of Australian art, including artists from colonial to contemporary times and with a selection of indigenous artists. It is stimulating to explore the connections between such a diverse collection of artworks. This could be achieved by comparing works in the same medium (painting, sculpture, works on paper); looking […]

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  • Stephen Bowers on exhibition in Milan

    Stephen Bowers is featured in the exhibition Alice in Wonderland showing at Officine Saffi in Milan until 14 July in a group exhibition organised by Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Centre, Denmark and including Stephen Bowers, Jim Cooper, Malene Hartmann Rasmussen, Sergei Isupov, Sten Lykke Madsen, Kadri Pärnaments, Mara Superior and Lileng Wong. Alice in Wonderland was […]

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  • How Papunya Tula transformed Australian art

    We invite you to read John Kean’s insightful essay from The Conversation, How the Men’s Painting Room at Papunya transformed Australian art. This essay discusses the origins of the remarkable cultural and artistic phenomenon that is contemporary indigenous art and is an edited extract from the book Tjunguṉutja: from having come together, edited by Luke […]

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