Beach Therapy Myles Young Myles Young - Beach Therapy
Myles Young
Beach Therapy 2020
Beach TherapyMyles YoungBeach Therapy
Myles Young
Beach Therapy2020
Oil On Canvas
94 x 104 cm
SOLD 
Pollenator Myles Young Myles Young - Pollenator
Myles Young
Pollenator 2020
PollenatorMyles YoungPollenator
Myles Young
Pollenator2020
Oil On Canvas
94 x 104 cm
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Affection Machine Myles Young Myles Young - Affection Machine
Myles Young
Affection Machine 2018
Affection MachineMyles YoungAffection Machine
Myles Young
Affection Machine2018
Oil On Canvas
104 x 94 cm
SOLD 
Affection Machine II Myles Young Myles Young - Affection Machine II
Myles Young
Affection Machine II 2019
Affection Machine IIMyles YoungAffection Machine II
Myles Young
Affection Machine II2019
Oil On Canvas
104 x 94 cm
$3,450  ENQUIRE
A Beached Vessel (Myth Perpetuator) Myles Young Myles Young - A Beached Vessel (Myth Perpetuator)
Myles Young
A Beached Vessel (Myth Perpetuator) 2019
A Beached Vessel (Myth Perpetuator)Myles YoungA Beached Vessel (Myth Perpetuator)
Myles Young
A Beached Vessel (Myth Perpetuator)2019
Oil On Canvas
104 x 94 cm
$3,450  ENQUIRE
Tennis Player With Beard Sassy Park Sassy Park - Tennis Player With Beard
Sassy Park
Tennis Player With Beard 2020
Tennis Player With BeardSassy ParkTennis Player With Beard
Sassy Park
Tennis Player With Beard2020
Terracotta Mix With Underglazes
33 x 13.5 x 11 cm
$1,100  ENQUIRE
Lover Sassy Park Sassy Park - Lover
Sassy Park
Lover 2020
LoverSassy ParkLover
Sassy Park
Lover2020
Terracotta With Underglazes
26 x 13.5 x 7.5 cm
$1,100  ENQUIRE
Boy Carrying Chicken Sassy Park Sassy Park - Boy Carrying Chicken
Sassy Park
Boy Carrying Chicken 2020
Boy Carrying ChickenSassy ParkBoy Carrying Chicken
Sassy Park
Boy Carrying Chicken2020
Terracotta With Underglazes
24.5 x 9 x 7.5 cm
SOLD 
Low Ball Sassy Park Sassy Park - Low Ball
Sassy Park
Low Ball 2020
Low BallSassy ParkLow Ball
Sassy Park
Low Ball2020
Terracotta Mix With Underglazes
20 x 21 x 11 cm
$1,100  ENQUIRE
Vulnerability III, Fingal Valley Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Vulnerability III, Fingal Valley
Alexander Beech
Vulnerability III, Fingal Valley 2018
Vulnerability III, Fingal ValleyAlexander BeechVulnerability III, Fingal Valley
Alexander Beech
Vulnerability III, Fingal Valley2018
Oil On Canvas
123 x 98 cm
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Vulnerability II (Shadowland), Fingal Valley Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Vulnerability II (Shadowland), Fingal Valley
Alexander Beech
Vulnerability II (Shadowland), Fingal Valley 2018
Vulnerability II (Shadowland), Fingal ValleyAlexander BeechVulnerability II (Shadowland), Fingal Valley
Alexander Beech
Vulnerability II (Shadowland), Fingal Valley2018
Oil On Canvas
98 x 102 cm
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Vulnerability V, Fingal Valley Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Vulnerability V, Fingal Valley
Alexander Beech
Vulnerability V, Fingal Valley 2018
Vulnerability V, Fingal ValleyAlexander BeechVulnerability V, Fingal Valley
Alexander Beech
Vulnerability V, Fingal Valley2018
Oil On Canvas
123 x 98 cm
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Unsettled III, Tasman Peninsula Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Unsettled III, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled III, Tasman Peninsula 2020
Unsettled III, Tasman PeninsulaAlexander BeechUnsettled III, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled III, Tasman Peninsula2020
Oil On Linen
102 x 92 cm
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Unsettled I, Tasman Peninsula Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Unsettled I, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled I, Tasman Peninsula 2020
Unsettled I, Tasman PeninsulaAlexander BeechUnsettled I, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled I, Tasman Peninsula2020
Oil On Linen
102 x 92 cm
$3,000  ENQUIRE
Unsettled IV, Tasman Peninsula Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Unsettled IV, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled IV, Tasman Peninsula 2020
Unsettled IV, Tasman PeninsulaAlexander BeechUnsettled IV, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled IV, Tasman Peninsula2020
Oil On Linen
102 x 92 cm
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Unsettled II, Tasman Peninsula Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - Unsettled II, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled II, Tasman Peninsula 2020
Unsettled II, Tasman PeninsulaAlexander BeechUnsettled II, Tasman Peninsula
Alexander Beech
Unsettled II, Tasman Peninsula2020
Oil On Linen
102 x 92 cm
SOLD 
The poetrie's written through me, Meryla State Forest Bronte Leighton-Dore Bronte Leighton-Dore - The poetrie's written through me, Meryla State Forest
Bronte Leighton-Dore
The poetrie's written through me, Meryla State Forest 2020
The poetrie's written through me, Meryla State ForestBronte Leighton-DoreThe poetrie's written through me, Meryla State Forest
Bronte Leighton-Dore
The poetrie's written through me, Meryla State Forest2020
Oil On Board
124.5 x 172.5 cm
SOLD 
Flowering gum and Flannels Bronte Leighton-Dore Bronte Leighton-Dore - Flowering gum and Flannels
Bronte Leighton-Dore
Flowering gum and Flannels 2020
Flowering gum and FlannelsBronte Leighton-DoreFlowering gum and Flannels
Bronte Leighton-Dore
Flowering gum and Flannels2020
Oil On Board
37 x 30 cm
SOLD 
Light, Lemon and Vessels Bronte Leighton-Dore Bronte Leighton-Dore - Light, Lemon and Vessels
Bronte Leighton-Dore
Light, Lemon and Vessels 2020
Light, Lemon and VesselsBronte Leighton-DoreLight, Lemon and Vessels
Bronte Leighton-Dore
Light, Lemon and Vessels2020
Oil On Board
37 x 30 cm
SOLD 
Big Red, Murray River Emily Imeson Emily Imeson - Big Red, Murray River
Emily Imeson
Big Red, Murray River 2019
Big Red, Murray RiverEmily ImesonBig Red, Murray River
Emily Imeson
Big Red, Murray River2019
acrylic on canvas
120 x 120 cm
SOLD 
Glossy Black Ecstasy Emily Imeson Emily Imeson - Glossy Black Ecstasy
Emily Imeson
Glossy Black Ecstasy 2019
Glossy Black EcstasyEmily ImesonGlossy Black Ecstasy
Emily Imeson
Glossy Black Ecstasy2019
acrylic on canvas
120 x 120 cm
SOLD 
Red Rumps in the Little Desert N.P Emily Imeson Emily Imeson - Red Rumps in the Little Desert N.P
Emily Imeson
Red Rumps in the Little Desert N.P 2019
Red Rumps in the Little Desert N.PEmily ImesonRed Rumps in the Little Desert N.P
Emily Imeson
Red Rumps in the Little Desert N.P2019
acrylic on canvas
90 x 120 cm
SOLD 
Black Swan Billabong Emily Imeson Emily Imeson - Black Swan Billabong
Emily Imeson
Black Swan Billabong 2019
Black Swan BillabongEmily ImesonBlack Swan Billabong
Emily Imeson
Black Swan Billabong2019
acrylic and mixed media on canvas
85 x 120 cm
SOLD 
Enclosure II Alan Ibell Alan Ibell - Enclosure II
Alan Ibell
Enclosure II 2019
Enclosure IIAlan IbellEnclosure II
Alan Ibell
Enclosure II2019
Acrylic On Canvas
72 x 54 cm
$4,560  ENQUIRE
The Keeper Alan Ibell Alan Ibell - The Keeper
Alan Ibell
The Keeper 2019
The KeeperAlan IbellThe Keeper
Alan Ibell
The Keeper2019
Acrylic On Canvas
72 x 54 cm
$4,560  ENQUIRE
Two Snakes (+ Final Notice) Alan Ibell Alan Ibell - Two Snakes (+ Final Notice)
Alan Ibell
Two Snakes (+ Final Notice) 2019
Two Snakes (+ Final Notice)Alan IbellTwo Snakes (+ Final Notice)
Alan Ibell
Two Snakes (+ Final Notice)2019
Acrylic On Canvas
79 x 68 cm
SOLD 
[Bird] I Alan Ibell Alan Ibell - [Bird] I
Alan Ibell
[Bird] I 2019
[Bird] IAlan Ibell[Bird] I
Alan Ibell
[Bird] I2019
Acrylic On Canvas
72 x 54 cm
$4,560  ENQUIRE
Berlin Thea Anamara Perkins Thea Anamara Perkins - Berlin
Thea Anamara Perkins
Berlin 2020
BerlinThea Anamara PerkinsBerlin
Thea Anamara Perkins
Berlin2020
Acrylic On Clayboard
20 x 20 cm
SOLD 
Alexandria Thea Anamara Perkins Thea Anamara Perkins - Alexandria
Thea Anamara Perkins
Alexandria 2020
AlexandriaThea Anamara PerkinsAlexandria
Thea Anamara Perkins
Alexandria2020
Acrylic On Clayboard
18 x 13 cm
SOLD 
Untitled Thea Anamara Perkins Thea Anamara Perkins - Untitled
Thea Anamara Perkins
Untitled 2020
UntitledThea Anamara PerkinsUntitled
Thea Anamara Perkins
Untitled2020
Acrylic on Clayboard
13 x 34 cm
SOLD 
Where Is Sparkes Hill? Julia Sirianni Julia Sirianni - Where Is Sparkes Hill?
Julia Sirianni
Where Is Sparkes Hill? 2020
Where Is Sparkes Hill?Julia SirianniWhere Is Sparkes Hill?
Julia Sirianni
Where Is Sparkes Hill?2020
Oil On Board
60 x 60 cm
SOLD 
Somewhere In The Gap Julia Sirianni Julia Sirianni - Somewhere In The Gap
Julia Sirianni
Somewhere In The Gap 2019
Somewhere In The GapJulia SirianniSomewhere In The Gap
Julia Sirianni
Somewhere In The Gap2019
Oil On Board
60 x 60 cm
SOLD 
Along The Brook Julia Sirianni Julia Sirianni - Along The Brook
Julia Sirianni
Along The Brook 2019
Along The BrookJulia SirianniAlong The Brook
Julia Sirianni
Along The Brook2019
Oil On Board
60 x 60 cm
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Front Of House Julia Sirianni Julia Sirianni - Front Of House
Julia Sirianni
Front Of House 2019
Front Of HouseJulia SirianniFront Of House
Julia Sirianni
Front Of House2019
Oil On Board
60 x 60 cm
SOLD 
Down The Road Turn Left Julia Sirianni Julia Sirianni - Down The Road Turn Left
Julia Sirianni
Down The Road Turn Left 2020
Down The Road Turn LeftJulia SirianniDown The Road Turn Left
Julia Sirianni
Down The Road Turn Left2020
Oil On Board
60 x 60 cm
SOLD 
Edge Of Bank Street Julia Sirianni Julia Sirianni - Edge Of Bank Street
Julia Sirianni
Edge Of Bank Street 2019
Edge Of Bank StreetJulia SirianniEdge Of Bank Street
Julia Sirianni
Edge Of Bank Street2019
Oil On Board
60 x 60 cm
SOLD 
Untitled II Nell Pearson Nell Pearson - Untitled II
Nell Pearson
Untitled II 2019
Untitled IINell PearsonUntitled II
Nell Pearson
Untitled II2019
Gouache And Watercolour On Cotton Paper
77 x 56 cm
$1,800  ENQUIRE
Untitled I Nell Pearson Nell Pearson - Untitled I
Nell Pearson
Untitled I 2020
Untitled INell PearsonUntitled I
Nell Pearson
Untitled I2020
Watercolour Ink And Gouache On Cotton Paper
100 x 71 cm
SOLD 
Untitled Nell Pearson Nell Pearson - Untitled
Nell Pearson
Untitled 2019
UntitledNell PearsonUntitled
Nell Pearson
Untitled2019
Oil On Canvas
122 x 91 cm
$3,500  ENQUIRE
Hug Nell Pearson Nell Pearson - Hug
Nell Pearson
Hug 2019
HugNell PearsonHug
Nell Pearson
Hug2019
Watercolour Gouache Ink Eyeshadow On Cotton Paper
78 x 57 cm
$1,800  ENQUIRE
Wavy Bowl Nell Pearson Nell Pearson - Wavy Bowl
Nell Pearson
Wavy Bowl 2019
Wavy BowlNell PearsonWavy Bowl
Nell Pearson
Wavy Bowl2019
stoneware, fired in oxidation
26 x 28 x 12 cm
$300  ENQUIRE
Billow Vase Nell Pearson Nell Pearson - Billow Vase
Nell Pearson
Billow Vase 2019
Billow VaseNell PearsonBillow Vase
Nell Pearson
Billow Vase2019
stoneware, fired in oxidation
14 x 14 x 10 cm
$180  ENQUIRE
INSTALLATION 8 Nell Pearson - INSTALLATION 8
INSTALLATION 8 2020
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INSTALLATION 24 Nell Pearson - INSTALLATION 24
INSTALLATION 24 2020
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INSTALLATION 5 Nell Pearson - INSTALLATION 5
INSTALLATION 5 2020
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INSTALLATION 15 Nell Pearson - INSTALLATION 15
INSTALLATION 15 2020
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INSTALLATION 2 Thea Anamara Perkins Thea Anamara Perkins - INSTALLATION 2
Thea Anamara Perkins
INSTALLATION 2 2020
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Thea Anamara Perkins
INSTALLATION 22020
INSTALLATION 6 Thea Anamara Perkins - INSTALLATION 6
INSTALLATION 6 2020
INSTALLATION 6INSTALLATION 6
INSTALLATION 62020
INSTALLATION 9 Myles Young Myles Young - INSTALLATION 9
Myles Young
INSTALLATION 9 2020
INSTALLATION 9Myles YoungINSTALLATION 9
Myles Young
INSTALLATION 92020
INSTALLATION 16 Myles Young - INSTALLATION 16
INSTALLATION 16 2020
INSTALLATION 16INSTALLATION 16
INSTALLATION 162020
INSTALLATION 17 Alexander Beech Alexander Beech - INSTALLATION 17
Alexander Beech
INSTALLATION 17 2020
INSTALLATION 17Alexander BeechINSTALLATION 17
Alexander Beech
INSTALLATION 172020
INSTALLATION 21 Myles Young Myles Young - INSTALLATION 21
Myles Young
INSTALLATION 21 2020
INSTALLATION 21Myles YoungINSTALLATION 21
Myles Young
INSTALLATION 212020

September 2, 2023

MYLES YOUNG FINALIST IN THE 2023 MOSMAN ART PRIZE

Congratulations to our artist Myles Young who is a finalists in this year's Mosman Art Prize for his work 'Show Off'. Exhibition open 23 September in Mosman, Sydney.

READ MORE HERE

Image:

MYLES YOUNG
'Show Off' 2023
oil, acrylic on polycotton
122 x 112 cm

October 15, 2021

BRONTE LEIGHTON-DORE FINALIST IN THE PADDINGTON ART PRIZE

We're thrilled to announce Bronte Leighton-Dore is a finalist in the Paddington Art Prize and has won the UNSW Art and Design Print Prize. The prize will offer Bronte the opportunity to create a limited edition print with Master Printer, Michael Kempson.

The Paddington Art Prize is a $30,000 National acquisitive prize, awarded annually for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape. Established in 2004 by Arts Patron, Marlene Antico OAM, this National prize takes its place among the country’s most lucrative and highly coveted painting prizes.

Image: 'By The Murray River, Corowa' oil on board 110 x 170cm

READ MORE HERE

September 28, 2021

MYLES YOUNG FINALIST IN THE PADDINGTON ART PRIZE

Congratulations to Myles Young who is a finalist in the 2021 Paddington Art Prize with his work 'Water Secrets'.

The Paddington Art Prize is a $30,000 National acquisitive prize, awarded annually for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape. Established in 2004 by Arts Patron, Marlene Antico OAM, this National prize takes its place among the country’s most lucrative and highly coveted painting prizes.

The prize encourages the interpretation of the landscape as a significant contemporary genre, its long tradition in Australian painting as a key contributor to our national ethos, and is a positive initiative in private patronage of the arts in Australia.

Marlene Antico OAM, created the Prize in order to assist with the monetary difficulties that often impede artists from showcasing their works. As an art student, gallery owner and volunteer guide at the AGNSW for over 10 years, she has underscored her commitment to supporting contemporary Australian artists, aware, of the

April 13, 2021

BRONTE LEIGHTON-DORE AT WANGARATTA ART GALLERY

Bronte Leighton-Dore's work is part of Wangaratta Art Gallery's exhibition 'Contemporary Landscape Perspectives: A Group Show' from 13 March – 30 May 2021.

This dynamic exhibition of five contemporary landscape Australian painters, Max Berry, Holly Greenwood, Dan Kyle, Bronte Leighton-Dore and Andrew Pye explores individual perspectives of elements of the Australian bush, the terrain, landscape and key symbolism of trees and flora in their immediate environment.

All five artists are emerging as contemporary painters in the Australian art scene. Berry, Greenwood, Kyle and Leighton-Dore are New South Wales based (Sydney and Blue Mountains), the four have partnered with local artist Andy Pye, the group have connections both through friendship but also their oeuvre, their painting practice and style. Each artists surrounding environments are re-interpreted in large scale paintings and works on paper.

This collection of artists and their work presents a diversity of expression and contemporary representation of the Australian Bush.

READ MORE HERE

November 27, 2020

Myles Young awarded one of eight Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prizes

Eight emerging visual artists have been awarded the 2020 Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prize including Myles Young for his work 'Shortcut to Widefield' 2020.

Now in its ninth year, the Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prize recognises a new generation of Australian visual artists. Artists in the early stage of their careers were invited to enter up to five original works that reflect the Macquarie Group Collection’s theme The Land and its Psyche.

The winners are:

  • Katie Banakh, Victoria
  • Victoria Hempstead, NSW
  • Mahala Hill, ACT
  • Emma Itzstein, Victoria
  • George Kennedy, Tasmania
  • Katie Stewart, NSW
  • Joanne Wheeler, Central Australia
  • Myles Young, NSW

The Macquarie Group Collection has supported emerging Australian visual artists for over 30 years. With the theme The Land and its Psyche, the Collection comprises more than 850 works by artists who, at the time their work was acquired, were in the early stages of their career. Acquisitions are made by a committee of volunteer Macquarie staff and a curatorial consultant.

Works in the Macquarie Group Collection are exhibited in more than 40 Macquarie Group offices worldwide and periodically loaned to public institutions.

October 6, 2020

EMILY IMESON, A RECIPIENT OF THE 2020 BRETT WHITELEY ART SCHOLARSHIP

For the first time in its 22 year history, the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship has been awarded to five artists, one of whom is Emily Imeson.

Congratulations Charlie Ingemar Harding (Victoria), Emily Grace Imeson (NSW), Dan Kyle (NSW), Lily Platts (NSW) and Georgia Spain (Tasmania).

Art Gallery of New South Wales Director, Michael Brand, said that in one of the most challenging years the arts community has ever experienced he’s delighted that the Scholarship could be awarded, albeit in a different format.

‘That the Scholarship this year is shared between five artists instead of a single artist speaks to the moment we’re in, where we all need to work together and find new ways of thinking for the benefit of our community.

‘The Scholarship remains a prestigious, national painting award and I welcome all five recipients to the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship alumni who have, like Brett Whiteley before them, had their worlds open up as a result of being offered this opportunity to spend time creating work in a new location,’ Brand said.

May 15, 2020

JULIA SIRIANNI - Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize

The Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize is an annual acquisitive prize that was launched in 2017 to advance art and opportunity for emerging and established women artists in Australia. It is the highest value professional artist prize for women in Australia.

There are three prize categories – the Professional Artist Prize of $35,000, the Emerging Artist Prize of $5,000 and the Indigenous Emerging Artist Prize of $5,000.

Congratulations to Julia Sirianni for being a finalist in the Emerging Artist category for 2020.

Title: A Place to Hide
Medium: Oil on board
Size: 60 x 60 cm

READ MORE HERE

October 17, 2019

BRONTE LEIGHTON-DORE HIGHLY COMMENDED IN THE PADDINGTON ART PRIZE

Bronte Leighton-Dore has been awarded Highly Commended in the 2019 Paddington Art Prize.

The Prize is a $30,000 National acquisitive prize, awarded annually for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape. Established in 2004 by Arts Patron, Marlene Antico OAM, this National prize takes its place among the country’s most lucrative and highly coveted painting prizes.

The prize encourages the interpretation of the landscape as a significant contemporary genre, its long tradition in Australian painting as a key contributor to our national ethos, and is a positive initiative in private patronage of the arts in Australia.

Image: 'The Shadows Run Both Ways, Berambing NSW, 2019, oil on board, 124.5 x 172.5 cm.

May 20, 2019

BRONTE LEIGHTON-DORE FINALIST IN THE 2019 WYNNE PRIZE 2019

Bronte Leighton-Dore is a finalist in the 2019 Wynne Prize. The Prize is awarded annually for 'the best landscape painting of Australian scenery in oils or watercolours or for the best example of figure sculpture by Australian artists’.

This open competition is judged by the trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Finalists are displayed in an exhibition at the Gallery (although in the early years all entrants were hung). Many winning paintings have become icons in Australian landscape art, entering the collections of public galleries, including the AGNSW.

Bronte says of her entry, "...My painting is an attempt to give sense to the engulfing yet expansive nature of the landscape, as the eucalyptus trunks, the fallen leaves and the tufts of native grass become jewels of colour when suffused with light."

Image: Installation view "Blue to eye's touch, Merlin's Lookout" 2019, oil on board, 124.5 x 172.5 cm. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.

January 22, 2018

BRONTE LEIGHTON-DORE IN 'STEPPING INTO TOMORROW'

Stepping into Tomorrow, an art collective headed by Sep Pourbozorgi and Thomas John Whelan, presents Sweetness of the New, a group exhibition that approaches classic Australian imagery with a refreshing, optimistic, contemporary bent. The collective prides itself on finding the pleasure and value in contemplation, believing there is “no better way to celebrate our past than by stepping into tomorrow”. The collective "sees art as a medium that extends over generations, location and circumstance; uniting a multi-faceted national identity and aesthetic". The opening night of Sweetness of the New is on Thursday 25th of January from 6-9pm, and is open until the 28th of January, from 11am-6pm on Friday and Saturday and 11am-3pm on Sunday, at Yellow House Sydney, 57-59 Macleay Street, Potts Point, NSW.

Read the Vogue Living Article Here

7 – 21 December 2023
SMALL WORKS - Click and Collection

6 September 2023 – 3 October 2023
Julia Sirianni ‘Scenes From the South’

12 April 2023 – 2 May 2023
Myles Young ‘Nature is a Theatre’

30 August 2022 – 17 September 2022
Bronte Leighton-Dore

15 March 2022 – 2 April 2022
Julia Sirianni ‘On My Mind’

3 – 19 February 2022
Myles Young ‘Nature Electric’

23 November 2021 – 15 December 2021
THE ART OF CHRISTMAS | ONLINE ONLY

24 August 2021 – 11 September 2021
Emily Imeson ‘Within and Below’

19 November 2020 – 8 December 2020
Bronte Leighton-Dore ‘Made of Dust’

17 September 2020 – 7 October 2020
Thea Anamara Perkins ‘Glimmer’

27 August 2020 – 16 September 2020
Myles Young ‘Country Invitations’

20 February 2020 – 14 March 2020
My Imagination - The Next Generation

21 February 2011 – 12 March 2011
Nell Pearson ‘Solo Exhibition’ (Gallery 2)