Monthly Archive: February 2020

Stacey McCall, Still

Stacey McCall, Still

“Somewhere between painted and drawn, objects emerge. Marks made more confidently, shapes and light observed more keenly. Quiet, calm….sometimes the less said the better.” Still is Stacey McCall’s latest body of work, continuing once again with the subject of home, but perhaps with a more confident and deliberate mark. Detailed underpainting glows through her gestural brushstrokes,... Read more
Upcoming Exhibitions – Steve Singline, Stacey McCall & Bushfire Relief Group Exhibition

Upcoming Exhibitions – Steve Singline, Stacey McCall & Bushfire Relief Group Exhibition

  We have two upcoming solo exhibitions at Boom running from 20th February to the 15th of March with opening celebrations on Saturday 22nd February from 1-3pm, sponsored by Austins Wines.     Steve Singline, Still Point “For this latest series of works, I have returned again to the ocean. The calming waters, the stretch of the... Read more
Keren Simmons, Summer Projects VII

Keren Simmons, Summer Projects VII

“I am fascinated by the visual conventions of street signage and the function of the sign as an informative, yet beautiful image, produced by the correlation of colour and symbol, and its operation at the intersection of both written and visual information. Using paint to produce artworks of gateways, I explore the crossover between what... Read more
Marnie Ross, Summer Projects VII

Marnie Ross, Summer Projects VII

“This body work is inspired by a recent tour of Central Australia, with a particular focus on the dramatic colours and light experienced in this unique environment. Marnie was captivated by the graphic lines defining the landscape as strong shadows are cast and the red earth and rock is illuminated, particularly during sunrise and sunset.”... Read more
Jahkarli Romanis, Summer Projects VII

Jahkarli Romanis, Summer Projects VII

‘This ongoing body of work has been created in response to the inaccurate and often reductive representations of Aboriginal peoples created in post-colonial photographs. It explores my own identity as a Pitta Pitta woman and the construction of that identity through photography.” “These photographs are a pursuit for control and agency over my portrayal through... Read more