Monday, November 24, 2008

That which surrounds

Eight artists influenced by one roll of wallpaper found discarded in an apartment building.

Laura Anderson, Gareth Ernst, Tom Humphrey, Julian Jones, Sarah Richardson, Ana Robson, Katherine Uren, Andrea Zapata

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Virtually Obsessed














Virtually Obsessed - paintings by Emily Fitzgerald and drawings by Guy Peppin
3 November - 13 November 2008
Opening event: Tuesday 4 November 6 - 8pm

Thursday, September 11, 2008

This is Not a Love Story

3rd year Ceramics
15 September- 16 October


Monday, September 01, 2008

all in due course

3rd year painting at the National Art School
1st-11th September 2008

matilda michell
angeliki androutsopoulos
naomi mikhaiel


Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Drawing as Language

August 18-29th

Through the artist's hands come the marks that describe her world. Through portraiture and psychological landscape this show explores the theme of Drawing as Language.

Each artist's marks become an idiolect, which tell us as much about her world as about the thing she observes.

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Dirty Plates

3rd Year Printmaking in the LSG
4th-14th August

While it is easy for many printmakers to fall into a solitary practice after leaving NAS, our class was lucky enough to have developed into a kind of family group. This support base has been inspirational. It is important to share the fruits of our labour and express the importance of maintaining active contact with other artists - especially in a school that takes such pride in its sense of artistic community.
We have carried this value into our practice by creating editions for exchange portfolios within our class, and also tried to reach out to you through our opening night with a presentation of home baked goods. For us, food and printmaking have equal nutritional value. We are always hungry for more...whether for artistic fulfilment, or just another big piece of cake. So, this exhibition is a celebration - a feast for all starving (and not so starving) artists, and anyone else with a stomach and aspirations.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Whats on in the LSG Semester 2, 2008

VII: Painting honours
21-31 July
Gallery Event : Tuesday 29th July 6-8pm

Dirty Plates: 3rd year Printmaking
4-14 Aug
Gallery Event : Tuesday 5th Aug 6-8pm

Drawing as Language: 2nd year Painting
18-28 Aug
Gallery Event : Thursday 21st August 6-8pm

All in due course: 3rd year Painting
1-11 Sep

This is not a Love Story: 3rd Year Ceramics
15 Sep-16 Oct
Gallery Event : Thursday 18th September 6-8pm

Landscape and surface: 3rd year Painting
20-30 Oct
Gallery Event : Tuesday 21st October 6-8pm

Face-off/Private Idaho: Hon Printmaking/ 2nd Yr
3-13 Nov
Gallery Event : Tuesday 4th November 6-8pm

Revealing what surrounds: 3rd year multidiscipline show
17 Nov - Semester 1 2009

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Putting it out there: play, sketches and works in progress

Honours Sculpture in the Library Stairwell Gallery
24 May – 12 June

Hildreth Potts
Gini Vecerina
Tanya Zhivanovich























Monday, May 05, 2008

Julie McConaghy

Playing with Water
10-22 May 2008

The works in this exhibition reflect a year long visual exploration of water.

Water: it is colorless and both transparent and opaque; it reflects the colors of the things around it. When it is opaque, it is at its most reflective. It is also shapeless, molding itself to the shape of the things it comes into contact with.

Water: it is almost endlessly in motion, changing color and shape almost continuously. Looking at a large body of water, like the sea, is like looking at a solid, mobile, color changing mass. Being in water, in the sea, is to feel the motion, the energy, of the sea. It is an immersion into that energy.

Some of the works in this exhibition were made using ink wash on paper, some were made using oil on paper, and some were made using oil mixed with pigment and acrylic binder on canvas.

There is a way in which the action of applying a wash or paint to a support is like the experience of swimming in water. There is a physical effort required like the effort needed to stay afloat in water. The greater the movement in the water, the greater the effort required to stay afloat. Applying a wash to paper is like the fluid, rhythmic movement of swimming in a lap pool; applying oil paint to canvas, especially a large one, is like being in strong surf.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Summer Days, Summer Nights


Summer Days Summer Nights displays the diverse range of directions feasible in third year sculpture and showcases our early self directed works. This exhibition marks the transition of our sculpture class from a brief driven second year into a wholly self directed third year and our efforts to come to term with this move. For us this exhibition was a motivation for us to create art at a time when its easy to feel lost and overwhelmed with the myriad of artistic possibilities facing us.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Giovanna Marelli and Hildreth Potts

Hybrids
15 March – 3 April 2008


Giovanna Marelli and Hildreth Potts have created works which explore the idea of hybrids: formal, linguistic and cultural.
The works straddle or link two or more worlds combining plants or animals with people, words with forms, cinematic narrative with renaissance perspective.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Upcoming shows: Semester 1 2008

Giovanna Marelli-Compton and Hildreth Potts
2007 Graduates Painting/Sculpture
‘Hybrids’
15 March – 3 April

3rd Year Sculpture
‘Summer Nights’
24 April – 8 May

Julie McConaghy
2007 Graduate Painting
‘Playing with Water’
10 May - 22 May

Sculpture Department Group Show
24 May – 12 June

Photography Department Group Show
14 June – 24 July