Tag: Gallery Smith

  • Neville French

    There is no doubt that Neville French is one of Australia’s most revered classical ceramicists. His humble, but significantly scales porcelain structures… continue reading.

  • Belinda Fox

    Belinda Fox is a multi-disciplinary artist, working in printmaking, painting, ceramics, and sculpture. Her evocative works masterfully distill elements of abstraction… continue reading.

  • Catherine Nelson

    Catherine Nelson is a photographic and photomedia artist whose fascinating practice has evolved from a degree in fine art from Sydney’s College… continue reading.

  • Christopher Pease

    Christopher Pease is a Minang/Wardandi/Bibbulmun man from South Western Australia, whose visual language is at once deeply embedded within the western… continue reading.

  • Clinton Naina

    Clinton Naina (formerly Nain) is a painter, dancer, performer and storyteller who obtained a Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting) from Melbourne’s… continue reading.

  • Dadang Christanto

    Dadang Christanto has spent his career honouring the countless victims of political violence and crimes against humanity. His large scale… continue reading.

  • Dena Kahan

    The painting practice of Dena Kahan aims to subvert our natural inclination for order and perfection. Using museum collections as… continue reading.

  • Emma Walker

    Emma Walker practice consistently engages with the natural world. An explorer at heart, Walker has informed her visual language through extensive… continue reading.

  • Eva Ferndandez

    Born in Toronto, Canada and living in Perth, Western Australia, Eva Ferndandez investigates her own pluralistic identity in relation to contemporary issues… continue reading.

  • Fiona Hiscock

    Fiona Hiscock practice emerges from a long historical tradition of utilitarian ceramics which use nature for decorative inspiration. Oversized, hand-built… continue reading.

  • Isobel Clement

    Isobel Clement is a Melbourne based painter who has had more than ten solo exhibitions. Her work is included in… continue reading.

  • Jennifer Goodman

    Working from her studio in Melbourne, Jennifer Goodman has a  painting practice, a detailed investigation into colour and composition. Her work… continue reading.

  • Junko Go

    In a quest to find universal values, Junko Go paintings are not tied to a particular art movement. Instead, they possess… continue reading.

  • Kate Ballis

    Kate Ballis is a Melbourne-based photographic artist whose work explores the theme of seeing the unseen. Her colour-drenched images of utopian… continue reading.

  • Lee Salomone

    Lee Salomone graduated from the South Australian School of Art in 1991. He works in a range of media –… continue reading.

  • Lori Pensini

    The painting practice Lori Pensini reflects the experience of living on pastoral land in remote Western Australia. Driven by her… continue reading.

  • Rachel Coad

    Rachel Coad has a  figurative painting practice that spans 20 years. Well known as a figurative painter, she was awarded… continue reading.

  • Sam Michelle

    Sam Michelle was born in New Zealand and moved to Melbourne in 2001. From a family of talented creatives (sketch… continue reading.

  • Sue Lovegrove

    Sue Lovegrove ’s painting practice reflects an intimate and personal experience of landscape; often remote and isolated places that are relatively… continue reading.

  • Susanne Kerr

    Susanne Kerr is a New Zealand-based artist who has had a successful and extensive exhibition record since 2003. As a… continue reading.

  • Tim Allen

    Tim Allen is a painter in the landscape tradition who creates gestural works from a studio in the Blue Mountains… continue reading.

  • Waldemar Kolbusz

    With a practice that alternates between abstract and more figurative painting, Waldemar Kolbusz’ works come naturally charged with a high energy. His large… continue reading.

  • Wilma Tabacco

    Born in the province of L’Aquila, Italy, Wilma Tabacco has lived in Australia since childhood, yet her diverse art practice reflects her… continue reading.