Monthly Archive: October 2019

Andrew Pye, The Great Ocean Road

Andrew Pye, The Great Ocean Road

“To me, the landscapes are always seeking a balance between order and chaos. I have often said that there is no hidden meaning to my work, that it is the Australian Bush. I stand by this, as I seek to continue the work of the pioneer Australian Modernists, paying homage to their motif and legacy.... Read more
Holly Leonardson, More is More

Holly Leonardson, More is More

Impractical Decorating Ideas reflect a ‘more is more’ approach to home decorating through the activities of constant collecting and endless craft making, forming what could graciously be described as curated clutter. Colourfully accentuated crochet imagery, accompanied by paper cut-outs of found sea shells, porcelain animals, retro toys, glass and ceramic vessels, swirly blobs of hardened... Read more
Tai Snaith, More is More

Tai Snaith, More is More

For More is More, Melbourne artist Tai Snaith presents two series of 3 separate framed collage works which playfully look at different aspects of the creative female psyche. The first series of smaller square works is called ‘Ladies of Leisure’ and comes from Snaith thinking about free time and how we chose to spend it.... Read more
Jade Elford, More is More

Jade Elford, More is More

My pieces for this exhibition combine older works with new. They unite through their minimalist arrangements and use of black and white photographs with coloured ones. For my two recent collages, I looked through my pile of torn out pages (some that I have kept since 2016) and chose backgrounds that instantly set up an idea. When I... Read more