Monthly Archive: July 2020

Nearness (in a time of separation)

Nearness (in a time of separation)

Nearness explores relationships; Ben’s connection to family near and far, Mickey’s affinity to the natural world around him and Ren’s intuitive response to those closest to him. In this uncertain time of enforced separation, these artists reflect on their connections to others through painting. Irish born Ben Crawford lives and works in the verdant landscape of Currumbin Valley, QLD. “As... Read more
Anita Beaney, Found Light

Anita Beaney, Found Light

Found Light is an observation of ambient light in the natural environment. Exposures recorded on medium format film at different times of the day reflect variations in the quality and colour of light. These images taken around the Great Ocean Rd aim to capture the serenity of the location, inviting audiences to also look inward... Read more
Colleen Guiney, Places of Me

Colleen Guiney, Places of Me

“The process of making art is very much about accessing and exposing my emotional life. Most of it is from the subconscious and I choose what to reveal and what to keep to myself. The landscapes I have experienced have had a profound effect on me and that has only become obvious through this series... Read more
Mickey Egan Reviews ‘Getting warmer’

Mickey Egan Reviews ‘Getting warmer’

Last week Boom Artist and studio resident Mickey Egan sat down with current exhibiting Artist Louise Tate to discuss her solo show and painting practice in general. We are delighted to receive this review of Getting warmer.  Emerging Melbourne based painter Louise Tate has a new show at Geelong’s Boom Gallery, Getting warmer. The show... Read more