Framed, 55 Stuart Highway, Stuart Park, Darwin, Northern Territory, is having a show of works by Christina Cordero. The opening is at 7.00pm on the 20th July, and the exhibition continues until the 12th August.
Larry Macdonald from Charles Hewitt Gallery has posted a comment:
Our exhibition at Charles Hewitt Gallery, Edgar Chahine and the Etching Revival, is scheduled to end on Monday 23 July. It is a must see for any printmaker, with works by major French artists including Corot, Bonnard, Daubigny, Denis, Morisot, and many others. Many of the prints are artist’s proofs in various states in excellent condition and rarely seen in Australia.
10 to 28 July 2012
Brenda May Gallery 2 Danks Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017
T: +61 2 9318 1122 F: +61 2 9318 1007
Hours: Tue to Fri 11am to 6pm, Sat 10am to 6pm.
Chiaroscuro is the treatment of light and shade for dramatic effect in drawing, painting and printmaking. It is the effect of contrasted light and shadow created by light falling unevenly or from a particular direction, on something or someone.
Chiaroscuro is thought to have originated before the Renaissance; this exhibition seeks to show the work of contemporary artists using this traditional practice.
Artists include Lorraine Biggs + Lila Meleisea, Tanmaya Bingham, Robert Boynes, Sybil Curtis, Doble & Strong, Shannon Doyle, Michael Edwards, Rachel Ellison, Todd Fuller, James Guppy, Waratah Lahy, Tasman Miller, Helen Mueller, Peter Nilsson, Sara Sweet and Lezlie Tilley.
Paul Smith is selling his beautiful Charles Brand press and all the studio equipment.
If you know of anyone who is keen to purchase a press, it’s a real bargain.
The press and 4 blankets (etching and embossing), rollers (one huge big bertha and several small soft and hard rollers), plan cabinets and other studio equipment is offered at $5,000 (ono). The press bed size is 1530mm x 915mm.
The buyer must pay for its removal. Paul has moved it several times with the help of a reliable engineer so he can help with the organisation.
Paul lives on Scotland Island, so it is not as simple as it might appear to move the equipment.
Please contact Paul through his website.
Dear NAVA Members, Colleagues and Fellow Artists,
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) in collaboration with the Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group (SAMAG) will host ‘The Power of People’ a forum presented by Organisational Psychology lecturer and Art Month Artistic Director Eliza Muldoon. The forum will cover the key issues and concepts surrounding motivation as well as learning and leadership within the arts.
When: 6 – 8pm, Monday 16 July 2012
Where: Level 2, The Gunnery, 43 – 51 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo
Price: $6.50 NAVA/SAMAG members and $16.50 for non-members
Numbers are limited. To register for this important event visit http://navapowerofpeople.eventbrite.com
We hope to see you there!
NAVA Media Desk
National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)
PO Box 60, Potts Point, NSW 1335.
T 02 9368 1900
NAVA advances the professional interests of the Australian visual and media arts, craft and design sector through advocacy, representation and service provision.
To make your application, print or download this Application for full membership SP.