Studio News & Views #2
in the silent 2012
acrylic & ink on linen
153.0 x 122.0 cm
pattern spill (spectral pulse) 2012
coloured staedtler pencils, epoxy & incralac on perspex shelf
form: 30.0 x 30.0 x 28.0 cm shelf: 15.0 x 30.0 x 30.0 cm
primate hands #7 2008
charcoal on rag paper
207.0 x 151.0 cm (unframed size)
225.0 X 169.5 cm (framed size)
femina red dress 2012
122.0 x 81.0 cm
$2,800 each (unframed price)
femina white dress 2012
femina black dress 2012
Studio NewsJane Burton’s new series of photographs other stories is now available for sale through Karen Woodbury Gallery. To view Jane’s work, click here. Additionally, we have a limited number of signed copies of Jane’s new book ‘Jane Burton: Other Stories’ published by m.33. These are available on request through the gallery for $55.00 + postage and handling.
Congratulations to John Pule who has recently been awarded a merit for outstanding service to the arts. This was awarded to John by the New Zealand Govenor General Sir Jerry Mateparae at Government House in Auckland. In Australia, John is well represented by the National Gallery of Victoria, The National Gallery of Australia and the Queensland Art Gallery. We have a selection of John Pule’s works available please contact us to receive images.
We are very excited to announce that four of our artists have been shortlisted for the 2012 Substation Contemporary Art Prize. Fiona Lowry, Marie Hagerty, Lisa Roet and Heather B. Swann will all be participating in this years prize judged by Nicole Durling (Senior curator at MONA) & Jason Smith (Director of Heide). The winner will be announced this Friday the 21st of September with the exhibition running until October 21st 2012. We wish our exhibiting artists all the best!
Magda Matwiejew’s moving image work wasp waist 2011 has been purchased by SBS Australia, and will be aired six times over three years on SBS ONE & SBS TWO. The work is also included in the Flatland Film Festival in Lubbock, Texas. Wasp waist will be screened from October 18th to October 20th 2012 at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Centre for the Arts.