Rhythm

Bateson’s practice and experience provides him with an extraordinary repertoire of techniques and processes that he manipulates to create the subtle, beautifully inflected and resonant surfaces of his works. His art is one that invites contemplation and the sensual enjoyment of the concrete materiality of the work itself. Each, be they works on paper or canvas, structured from ink or paint, in all their inventiveness and rich variety, demand close scrutiny and always repay the viewer with visual pleasure and new insights into the act of looking.

..Went up to London to visit the… sunflowers

GOING to London? Great. Art is a must-see for the traveler to the heart of the new capitol of nearly-but-not-quite Europe. The biggies include the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, the National Portrait Gallery just around the corner, Tate Britain at Millbank and the Tate Modern on Southwark and the summer show at the Royal Academy. But there’s more! Much, much more.

M. Degas arrive en ville

IN SIX weeks, the National Gallery of Victoria International opens its latest Winter Masterpieces exhibition, Degas, a New Vision. Works have been drawn from collections across the globe and, in the words of the NGVI’s press office, offer a ‘fresh and dynamic reappraisal of this legendary artist’s genius.’

Between here and there

Carolyn Hawkins, Sophie Westerman and Kasia Fabijańska Australian Print Workshop, 210 Gertrude Street Fitzroy. Closed March 24. A STORY of threes weaves through this exhibition of 35 works by three talented and capable artists working their chosen mediums. All were scholarship recipients in 2015 – this is the fruit of their work while engaged in thoseContinue reading “Between here and there”