Original artwork by Clair Bremner ‘Parting Gift’ 91 x 91 cm
Currently exhibited at Tusk Gallery
‘Chain Reaction I’ by the amazing Miertje Skidmore currently exhibited at Tusk Gallery 70 x 70 cm
Spring is just around the corner. Refreshing and relaxing original artwork by Narate Kathong 150 x 150cm
Not quite blue, not quite black.. She will be know as the deepest of deep 🖤55x87cm, ink on card #theotherartfair
“Big Fern” by Kitti Narod currently exhibited at Tusk Gallery
I painted this work with a heavy heart.
It is my reaction to the #colony
exhibit at the #nationalgalleryvictoria
The exhibition begins with a wall of Aboriginal shields: humbling, powerful, beautiful. The Europeans didn't record the names of those who made the shields, or of those who used them. They hang on a gallery wall with 'Artist Unknown' written on each placard.
The exhibition continues with hundreds of works by European colonists showing their first impressions of this land and its people. Almost all works by Europeans have names and stories.
Then upstairs, in a dark room, an installation of shields and other artefacts lay scattered over the centre of the space. Each piece had a placard. Where 'Artist Unknown' could have been written, instead was typed 'Artist Once Known'. Artist Once Known.
I felt the presence of each of those people. Those artists. And the sadness.
Oil Painting on Canvas.
Name = Pacific Ocean.
Paintings pretty pairs for @theotherartfair
Melbourne. Held at The Facility, Kensington 2-5th August. For complimentary tickets on me, enter code ARTCasey at melbourne.theotherartfair.com/comp ✖️
Closeup ✖️ 'SWEPT AWAY' 🌬🌊 110x87cm, ink on card, framed in solid oak
'SWEPT AWAY' 🌬🌊 110x87cm, ink on card, framed in solid oak. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
✖️Pick up from North Melbourne Studio ☁️
Multi talented Marian Rennie currently has this beautiful painting “A Vase of Yellow” exhibited at Tusk Gallery. Come by and view this and her other paintings . . .
“Close to Home” by the very wonderful Joan Blond capturing some of the verdant bliss of the Yarra Valley. Currently exhibited at Tusk Gallery.
STUDIO VISITS ✖️Met the loveliest couple yesterday at my North Melbourne Studio. They decided on this 110x85cm charcoal ink forest as the new piece for their art filled home #artlovers
I can't wait to share this piece: #flindersstreet
station in #melbourne
I'm planning on producing more of these in the next week and developing a proposal for an exhibition.
Refreshing & delightful new painting by Kitti Narod soon to adorn our walls at Tusk Gallery.
I can't believe I'm in #melbourne
almost for one month, time is running quickly. Retrospectively, I'm happy about my achievements so far:
1. I've found a cozy and affordable room in a house with a lovely backyard
2. I've set up my studio in the sane backyard and spoilt myself with new art supplies
3. I've supported my friend @jazmishap
with her exhibition @offthekerb
and got to see what it takes to run a successful art gallery
4. I've landed a casual job in a cool restaurant with great people and good pay
I can't wait to welcome my family soon here in Australia, as well as two good mates later this year. I'm also excited to getting more involved into the art scene in Melbourne and potentially exhibiting. So, that's all from me! #happysunday
Images : Melbourne (Throwback) #3
😊😊 "After a successful inaugural run in 2017, The Other Art Fair is back for another year at its warehouse home, The Facility.
The fair is a hands-on way to discover and purchase art directly from Australian and international artists. One hundred undiscovered and emerging creators will be exhibiting their work to build relationships with art fans, and to fund future work.
There’ll be performance art and site-specific works such as Ryoko Akama’s Just Keep Going, a 3D line-drawing performance using crochet hemp yarn. Fractured Altar is a light, sound and kinetic-movement performance piece. And Georgia Banks’s Hello Boys is a play about camgirl culture, produced via webcam.
The four-day fair will be presented by Saatchi Art, an online art collective based in Los Angeles that curates and exhibits art from all over the world. The fair will also make stops in Chicago, Bristol, Brooklyn and Sydney." -Broadsheet
Ink is a wild and mysterious creature in nature. I create a puddle of water on the paper and drop the ink in. As I roll the inky puddle up the paper, it creates the mist of the forest. Tree-like shapes also begin to shoot up and I 'join in' the process by adding detail with a small paint brush to help form the pine trees. It was a cold winter morning in Tasmania when I painted this particular piece and I was wearing a fluffy cardigan in the studio. Tiny fibers from my cardigan landed on the drying artwork, soaking up the ink and leaving memory lines behind. When this happens, the artwork gets an old world photographic feel about it ✖️Trees XXXII, ink on card, 55x87cm, framed in solid oak. Enquiries to email@example.com