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31 March 2004

Recent exhibition added to Karl de Waal website

Karl de Waal has added a new gallery on his website of his latest exhibition - I’ve Always Been A Dada. To have a look at the work, go to:

Stephen Newton wins Sculpture Walk prize

Our heartiest congratulations go to Stephen Newton who was awarded one of four $20000 acquisitive prizes at the recent Casuarina Beach Sculpture Walk. His sculpture ‘Groundswell’ will be on permanent display along the Casuarina boardwalk in northern New South Wales.

You can take a look at the winning sculpture and more at:

What is Bricolage? Stephen Baxter has an answer

Stephen Baxter has added an intriguing new gallery - BRICOLAGE - to his website.

This is what he has to say about it:

“BRICOLAGE the gallery is work of my own that I feel has elements that make them a Bricolage. It is debatable as to what makes a Bricolage so some of my research into the subject is included on the page hope this will enlighten the viewers as to what it is I am on about with this strategy.”

You can find Bricolage in Stephen Baxter’s Galleries section on:

There’s a neat wrap-up of Bricolage at:

Dave Groom selected for this year’s “Churchie”

Dave Groom has been selected for this year’s Churchie Emerging Art Exhibition. After a couple of shows at Doggett Street Studio and some interest from Rex Irwin Art Dealer in Sydney, Dave has attracted the attention of the 'Churchie' with two pieces selected for the 2004 show. One is a medium sized pastel which Dave completed in response to terrorism and the other piece is a larger oil, depicting the open forest that surrounds him at his studio on Beechmont.

The Churchie Emerging Art Exhibition is held at Morris Hall at the Anglican Church Grammar School, Oaklands Parade, East Brisbane from the 14 to 16 May.

Both works can be seen in the New Works gallery on:

Read up on this year’s competition:

Fireman Bob updates his galleries with new work (and some from the past)

The prolific Robert Moore has added his entries to this year’s Archibald and Sulman prizes - Beautiful Girl, Portrait of Jodhi Packer and 2 Dogs in the Garden respectively.

There are also some works on paper taken “From The Archives” which feature a good selection of dogs, surfers, cars and band equipment.

To check out all the new stuff:

If you haven’t checked them out already, have a look at this year’s Archibald, Wynne and Sulman winners at:

Dutney watercolours to be shown in Bundaberg

Opening later this month, Mark Dutney is having an exhibition of watercolours (2001-2004) at the Bundaberg Arts Centre (1 Barolin St - cnr Quay St). Opening night happens on Wednesday 19 May 2004, 6-8pm, and continues to 13 June.

There are two bodies of work included in the show - a family tree of shoe portraits (with illustrated catalogue) and an artist's book of watercolours and narrative poetry from a 6 month residency on Prince Edward Island in Atlantic Canada.

You can contact the Centre for more information on (07) 4152 3700.

And you can see images of some of the watercolours in this exhibition at:

or take a look at what’s happening at the Bundaberg Arts Centre:

More “Affordable Art” on the way to Melbourne

Nick Ashby will be sending some of his new work to the Affordable Art Show in Melbourne next month (15 to 18 April 2004) as part of a selection with Melbourne’s Gallery Teneleven.

You can preview some of the work at:

See what else is happening at the gallery on:

or take a look at what is hot at the fair:

Life on the farm

Artist Robert Moore sends us a snapshot of his current doings on his Grafton Farm.

Robert Moore’s 'Something Beautiful 2004' exhibition is on at the Grafton Regional Gallery until 11 April and is also on-line at his website....he also recently joined the Trenayr Rural Fire service and completed his basic training....he also put a new set of plugs in the fergie which gave it at least another 10 horsepower but hit a stump while slashing on a Sunday afternoon and broke a blade on the slasher.

You can preview his Something Beautiful 2004 show at:

or you can have a look at the Grafton Regional Gallery at: