Monthly Archive: March 2019

Behind the scenes with Sarah Rowe

Do you have structured studio hours when preparing for an exhibition? How do you balance being a full time artist with other aspects of life?  I have very loose studio hours as I work around the needs of my three boys who are all at school. I like to attend to admin in the morning... Read more
You Yangs

You Yangs

You Yangs / 28 March – 24 April We are really looking forward to this, our major exhibition for 2019. Mark the dates in your diaries Please contact us via email if you’d like to receive a preview of the exhibition with option for pre sales. Opening Celebrations Saturday 30th March 2 – 4pm (... Read more
Behind the Scenes with Harley Manifold

Behind the Scenes with Harley Manifold

  Do you have structured studio hours when preparing for an exhibition? How do you balance being a full time artist with other aspects of life? I try to stick to a normal 9-5, so I can come back fresh from the weekend and look at the works with ‘new eyes’. Still, when a deadline... Read more
Harley Manifold, Gateway City

Harley Manifold, Gateway City

  Initially inspired after returning from Hong Kong to Torquay and feeling isolated and alone after being amid such a frenzy of life in Asia and leaving a partner, these paintings explore Geelong – The Gateway City and its people. The titles of the paintings come from conversations overheard by Manifold while in Geelong seeking inspiration. The... Read more
Sarah Rowe, Cadence

Sarah Rowe, Cadence

Cadence is a visual exploration into rhythm through assembled paintings. Employing music as a way to draw out my own highs and lows, these works are an expression of tempo, flux and my changing outlook and temperament. “As an artist and textile designer, my paintings usually have their roots in textiles of all variations and... Read more