The purse-sized gouache miniature portraits of Queen Elizabeth I are a meditation on regaining authorship of one’s own story.
After a four-month residency at fortyfivedownstairs, Rehgan De Mather presents an exhibition inspired by his travels through Central and South America.
Wet Feet expresses the artist's dismay at the way in which we are ignoring the effects of climate change on others.
An exhibition of visual poetry, objects from the everyday, simple moments.
An exhibition that grew from a fascination with the juxtaposition of urban and natural forms, and the ongoing attempts to reconcile our lives with our places.
This exhibition explores Australian and Asian landscape and cityscape in relation to concepts of emptiness and richness both physically and culturally.
This body of work concentrates on the area known as Central Springs Reserve in the village of Daylesford, Victoria’s Central Highlands.
New paintings by Bill Hay
New paintings by Cathy Drummond
The Metaphysics of Space: Painting a Body of Light builds on the rich symbolic and experiential tradition of Western religious painting, focusing on the significance of light.