As I climb the steep stairs, the scuff marks covering the walls are jumping out at me. I feel a bit overdressed as I climb, turning right after every five or six steps. These steps look like they could do with a coat of paint. A thought passes through my mind, “I hope this goes… Read More »
This Valentine’s Day weekend, Sydney art enthusiasts have the opportunity to delight in a brand new collection of ink and watercolour drawings by Christabel Blackman. As a lover of art forms that require skill and continuing professional development, I was thrilled to have a sneak peek at this upcoming exhibition at the Trevor Victor Harvey… Read More »
Admittedly, sometimes art is taken a bit too seriously. So if you like your art with a bit of humour (and Australian humour!), this latest solo exhibition by Nigel Sense at Brisbane Modern Art Gallery will be an enjoyable experience for you. Nigel’s unapologetic style is rooted in male identity, guys having ‘stuff’ and just… Read More »
If you have read Machiavelli’s ” The Prince” or “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu, you will be familiar with the concept of instructions to educate new rulers in the art of leadership. The genre of guidebooks goes back to medieval times, with princes being instructed in how to effectively rule their country, lead… Read More »
It has been a while since Brisbane saw an art exhibition of such joy. Rebecca Peirce’s solo show at Brisbane Modern Art Gallery demonstrated a display of uninhibited imagination combined with a dream-like interpretation of the world. With Rebecca’s work sometimes associated with “baking a cake,” impasto needs a new definition! The bold flowers literally… Read More »
If you like political and controversial art that educates the public and forces you to think – this is for you! The aim of this exhibition is to help us understand the part of history related to violence against colonised Indigenous population in context of the part of history we may be more familiar with.