Monthly Archive: November 2018

Five facts about Beth Gibbeson

Five facts about Beth Gibbeson

5 Facts about current exhibiting artist Beth Gibbeson 1      I grew up in Cairo, Egypt as a teenager 2      I am a mother of 4 children and married to a crazy Sri Lankan 3      I achieved solving the rubix cube this year with a best time of 3 mins and 54 secs. 4      I love... Read more
Meet the Maker / Sharon Alpren

Meet the Maker / Sharon Alpren

We are delighted to be representing the work of Kyneton based ceramic artist Sharon Alpren at Boom. We value the integrity of Sharon’s approach and the constant evolution of her practice. We have a large range of her pieces currently in stock, perfect for end of year gift giving. ‘I am a potter. I began... Read more
Five facts about Mark De Koning

Five facts about Mark De Koning

5 Facts about current exhibiting artist Mark De Koning   I have 9 brothers and sisters I’m agnostic 29 years old I’m an optimistic realist I dropped out of art school Mark’s exhibition Strange Time runs until December 2. To view the works online click here.Read more
Mark De Koning, Strange Time

Mark De Koning, Strange Time

Strange Time is an inquiry into the human condition, exploring how we as a species attempt to relate to the bizarre world we have created, highlighting the the disconnect between our biological nature and the peculiarities of modern life. The work seeks to provoke critical thought and reflection. Mark explores ideas through contemporary drawing, working... Read more
Beth Gibbeson, Got Me Singing

Beth Gibbeson, Got Me Singing

Beth Gibbeson’s paintings explore the different landscapes in which she has lived, reflecting on the rural, urban and places abroad she has called home. The works blend the ideas of landscape, time, memory, and connection. “I begin my work from a free, subliminal place by drawing the shapes, lines, light and spaces. My memories of... Read more