Louise Blyton / Melinda Harper Exhibition

2022-03-29T10:56:33+11:00

A gathering of friends, kindred spirits and special patrons on Sunday Mar 27 to celebrate the opening of Louise Blyton and Melinda Harper's exhibition. In attendance were artists Louise Blyton and Melinda Harper with Cat Poljski and John Waller, Langridge's David Coles and local patrons, friends and family. Thank

Louise Blyton / Melinda Harper Exhibition2022-03-29T10:56:33+11:00

breakthebias

2022-03-11T11:12:54+11:00

QG celebrate International Women's Day 2022 by transforming the QG website to feature the amazing works by women who exhibit with us. Across all media channels, artworks were shared featuring the following 40 artists. Elizabeth Banfield, Barbara Puruntatameri, Louise Blyton, Moli Carew, Lana De Jager, Dymphna Kerinaiua, Geraldine Pilakui, Christine

breakthebias2022-03-11T11:12:54+11:00

Steve Lopes

2022-02-25T10:51:44+11:00

“Steve Lopes’ work is enormously diverse in imagery and content. It is a celebration of the enduring spirit of humanity and the power of connection.” Anne Ryan, senior curator, AGNSW Steve Lopes is a Sydney-based painter known for his figurative landscapes. He often works en plein air, painting vignettes

Steve Lopes2022-02-25T10:51:44+11:00

Davonport Regional Gallery TAS: Without a Sound, Melissa Smith

2022-02-10T10:25:49+11:00

Due to the unfortunate circumstances with COVID restrictions, Melissa Smith is unable to attend her QG focus exhibition with Anita Iacovella.Not so unfortunate for Tasmanians who have an abundant choice to view Melissa's works and to also enjoy a floor talk.QG would like to congratulate Melissa Smith on her recent

Davonport Regional Gallery TAS: Without a Sound, Melissa Smith2022-02-10T10:25:49+11:00

Melissa Smith in the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Launceston’s Permanent Collection

2021-09-19T11:33:16+10:00

Congratulations to Melissa Smith whose work Bass Strait Circles III 2015 has been included in the new Permanent Collection exhibition at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Royal Park, Launceston. The exhibition was curated by Ashleigh Whatling. 'Through printmaking, Melissa Smith extracts elements from a personal and

Melissa Smith in the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Launceston’s Permanent Collection2021-09-19T11:33:16+10:00

David Frazer: The artist turning Nick Cave songs into wood engravings

2021-09-19T11:05:19+10:00

David Frazer in his studio in country Victoria. CREDIT:SEAN MCKENNA (Excerpt from The Age The artist turning Nick Cave songs into wood engravings By Andrew Stephens) September 17, 2021 — 4.00pm In 1981, when he was 15, David Frazer and his mate Garry went to a Tom Waits concert

David Frazer: The artist turning Nick Cave songs into wood engravings2021-09-19T11:05:19+10:00

Peebles Print Prize 2021 Peoples’ Choice Award

2021-09-02T12:46:34+10:00

Peebles Print Prize 2019 Peoples' Choice Award Winner Seas Beyond Seas, MELISSA SMITH Peebles Print Prize 2021 Finalists Susan Baran (NSW) Alhambra Palace, Terence Barrett (NSW) Covid-19 Mealtime compromise  Victoria Bilogan (VIC) EVEolution V, Hannah Caprice (VIC) The Warmest Welcome, Lana de Jager (VIC) Eastern Grey Kangaroo, David Fairbairn (NSW) T.J.K.No10, Sarah George

Peebles Print Prize 2021 Peoples’ Choice Award2021-09-02T12:46:34+10:00

Peebles Print Prize 2021 Finalists Announcement

2021-07-18T13:31:12+10:00

(Image: Elmari Steyn Wandering Boat House I aquatint, etching 68 x 45cm) Judges David Hurlston, Senior Curator, Australian Art NGV and Lisa Sullivan Senior Curator Geelong Gallery had a challenging time selecting the 31 finalists for the Peebles Print Prize 2021 (PPP21) Finalists' Exhibition. QG received an abundance of entries

Peebles Print Prize 2021 Finalists Announcement2021-07-18T13:31:12+10:00

Melissa Smith

2021-07-07T10:21:07+10:00

Melissa Smith gives us a glimpse of her intricate printmaking process. QG met Melissa when she entered and became a finalist in the Peebles Print Prize 2019 (PPP19). Melissa won the PPP19 Peoples' Choice Award and has since been represented by QG. Melissa will be exhibiting with Anita

Melissa Smith2021-07-07T10:21:07+10:00

Jim Pavlidis Studio Visit

2021-04-15T11:31:28+10:00

Ahead of his upcoming exhibition with friend and colleague Leigh Hobbs, QG pay Jim Pavlidis a visit at his Bellarine studio. In addition to family portraits, life experiences and landscapes reflecting Jim's immediate surroundings, the wonderful Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison feature on the easel as a

Jim Pavlidis Studio Visit2021-04-15T11:31:28+10:00

Leigh Hobbs Studio Visit

2021-03-15T15:39:39+11:00

Leigh Hobbs Studio visit In preparation for Leigh Hobbs' upcoming exhibition with Jim Pavlidis, QG directors Theo and Soula visited the artist's studio to discuss and plan the collection of artworks. Exhibition dates: May 13 – 31, 2021 Official opening: Sun May 16, 3 – 5pm The

Leigh Hobbs Studio Visit2021-03-15T15:39:39+11:00

Stephen Tester Drops in With a Reworked Mezzotint

2021-02-25T11:49:46+11:00

The process of making art is (needless to say) inspiring to see. QG is always pleased to be able to provide insights into artists' studios as well as glimpses into artists' works in progress. Recently, Stephen Tester dropped into QG with a plate recently rediscovered and reworked

Stephen Tester Drops in With a Reworked Mezzotint2021-02-25T11:49:46+11:00

Dine and Acquire art

2021-01-09T12:55:26+11:00

An exciting collaboration between QG and local business owners of CIRCA 1902, Sally Denahy & Chris Dinneen invites visitors and locals to dine in an exclusive 'Trudy Rice' dining room. Works are available for purchase at CIRCA 1902 or via the gallery. Bookings essential – especially since the arrival

Dine and Acquire art2021-01-09T12:55:26+11:00

QG Goes Virtual

2021-01-06T11:10:35+11:00

Near, far or in COVID lockdown, you can now pop in and see QG&W exhibitions from anywhere at any time. As well as continuing physical exhibitions, now, whether the gallery is open or closed, or whether patrons are in lockdown or not, QG&W virtual exhibitions provide an additional form of

QG Goes Virtual2021-01-06T11:10:35+11:00

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