New Talent

31 March 2012

zoe-tweedale

Zoe Tweedale 

Ears oil on canvas 180×145cm

Recent Graduates

Mark Ammermann
Rachel Mineo
Zoe Tweedale
Evelyn Wai

Opening Tuesday 3 April 6-8pm
31 March – 24 April 2012
closed Good Friday to Easter Monday & ANZAC Day

  • zoe-tweedale

    Zoe Tweedale

    KOALA
    oil on canvas 180×160cm

  • zoe-tweedale

    Zoe Tweedale

    BULL
    180×160cm oil on canvas

  • zoe-tweedale

    Zoe Tweedale 

    HYENA
    oil on canvas 88×118cm

  • mark-ammermann

    Mark Ammermann

    Medium Rice Bowl 4
    Blackwood Lead Crystal 8×16cm

  • mark-ammermann

    Mark Ammermann

    LARGE RICE BOWLCRYSTAL ICE
    Blackwood Lead Crystal 33×50cm

  • mark-ammermann

    Mark Ammermann

    Medium Rice Bowl 1
    Blackwood Lead Crystal 8×16cm

  • mark-ammermann

    Mark Ammermann

    Medium Rice Bowl 5
    Blackwood Lead Crystal 8×16cm

  • mark-ammermann

    Mark Ammermann

    Medium Rice Bowl 3
    Blackwood Lead Crystal 8×16cm

  • mark-ammermann

    Mark Ammermann

    Medium Rice Bowl 2
    Blackwood Lead Crystal 8×16cm

  • evelyn-wai

    Evelyn Wai

    ACROSS THE SEA #3
    chromogenic print on lustre paper
    paper size 60×60cm; image size 30×30cm
    edition of 10

  • evelyn-wai

    Evelyn Wai

    ACROSS THE SEA #1
    chromogenic print on lustre paper
    paper size 60×60cm; image size 30×30cm
    edition of 10

  • evelyn-wai

    Evelyn Wai

    ACROSS THE SEA #1
    chromogenic print on lustre paper
    paper size 60×60cm; image size 30×30cm
    edition of 10

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually
    works range from 9 to 34cm high

    BFA (Ceramics) National Arts School, Sydney
    My work is inspired by time, journey. The forms that I have taken on are simple bottles and ceramic cups, incorporating natural twigs, twine and copper. They rely on minimal surface textures of satin glazes incorporated with a copper, calcium matt. My goal was to construct a body of work with a language of subtly, understatement, and restraint; to juxtapose these considerations against objects and images that we are bombarded with in contemporary society. As a result, they require the viewer to actively slow down, allowing them to gain the capacity to engage with the work on a deeper and more fundamental level which only becomes possible when it is given the opportunity to speak for, and reveal itself over time. Like the work of still life painter Giorgio Morandi and ceramicist Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, I hope to encourage meditation and contemplation, evoking a sense of calmness, presence as well as strength in colour. I have attempted to do so by focussing on the sensitivity of tone, colour and balance. I’ve always been interested in natural textures, such as wood and twigs, the remains of paint and moss on the planks of wood tell as much of a story of its history and use as ceramics does of its long tradition throughout different cultures.

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually

  • rachel-mineo

    Rachel Mineo

    wheel thrown ceramic vessels
    all works available individually


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