A group exhibition at Sydney’s aMBUSH Gallery explores the abstract and intangible.
Public Sydney reveals a raft of hidden stories, fascinating people and obscure objects discovered in central Sydney, including flair bartenders from Hyde Park, corporate ping pong players at Darling Quarter, an historic one-tonne canon and a handmade cedar coffin from one of our city’s oldest cemeteries.
Natalya Hughes latest collection of work deconstructs, reconfigures and rewrites figurative images to form partially abstracted and highly patterned psychological worlds. Working broadly across painting, print, animation and installation, Hughes conflates the boundaries between beauty and the grotesque, realism and abstraction.
Internationally renowned Italian master jeweller Giampaolo Babetto has launched a small collection of gold rings through a Melbourne gallery specialising in handcrafted works by independent local and Italian jewellery makers; the first time his works have been shown in Australia. Stephanie Madison reports.
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize is a national prize for free-standing sculptures of up to 80cm that draws dedicated support from artists, critics and collectors alike. This year the Prize has attracted 494 entries from Australia and other countries including New Zealand, India, Ireland, USA, UK, Ireland, Latvia and Japan.
Ercol hand-crafted furniture arrived in Australia in early 2012. Celebrating their launch with a ‘high tea’ event at Temperature Design, Ercol were proud to unveil a range of elegant furniture that’s made with elm, ash, beech, oak and walnut sourced from sustainable forests in North America or Europe.