Monthly Archive: October 2018

The Stockroom

The Stockroom

Our stockroom is open to the public and the salon style hang, whilst eclectic aims to inspire, intrigue and excite our audiences. Through the stockroom display, we encourage people to be a bit playful when they hang artwork in their homes – if you buy artwork you love and connect with, your collection will always... Read more
Bridgette McNab – Red, Yellow Blue

Bridgette McNab – Red, Yellow Blue

“Beyond the theatre is life, and behind life, the theatre. My point of departure was the imaginary and I discovered the real; but behind the real there was the imaginary.” -Jean Luc Godard Stylistically and theoretically influenced by French New Wave directors, Jean Luc Godard and Eric Rohmer, Bridgette McNab’s work explores the process of... Read more
Cricket Saleh, Dog

Cricket Saleh, Dog

Human consumption, decay + disintegration. The set moves away – albeit momentarily – from Cricket’s Flemish window light – into a space with the occasional contemporary reference. The flowers, at different stages of undoing, are often secondary to the ordinary happenings elsewhere within the frame. Cricket’s art has long referenced current thoughts in relation to... Read more
Emily Besser, Pairings: New Work

Emily Besser, Pairings: New Work

Emily is interested in creating new visual relationships, as in the craft of poetry, where the familiar is seen afresh. The colours, patterns, shapes and marks that have become part of the visual language of the artist, are spliced, segmented, and finally mended, to create new works: ‘Pairings’. This body of work was completed before... Read more
Five facts about Meredith Earls

Five facts about Meredith Earls

I live in Melbourne, however I spent my childhood growing up in Ocean Grove. I still feel happiest when I’m at the beach. I’m trained as a graphic designer and I currently work as Design Director at a Melbourne based design studio. Our studio works on strategic design projects within the built environment. Everyday we... Read more