Monthly Archive: June 2021

Sarah Rowe, Snug as a Bug

Sarah Rowe, Snug as a Bug

“If I can’t see the edges of a quilt or blanket sometimes it can appear to me to be not that different from an abstract painting or landscape. In this series of works, I hone in on what I really love about textiles and apply it to paintings which could be read as a cropped... Read more
Carla McRae, The Form is the Feeling

Carla McRae, The Form is the Feeling

“I’ve been enjoying exploring new processes of navigating and translating my internal dialogue with the world — finding more nuanced ways of giving form to feelings. Shape, colour, line and texture offer a freeing, invigorating and consoling place to retreat to when the world feels uncertain and fractured.The work in this show was created over... Read more
Process Insight – Stacey McCall

Process Insight – Stacey McCall

We asked Stacey McCall a few questions relating to her latest body of work for her current solo exhibition Autumn. Read on for some insight into her process.. I work full time as a painter, from a shed in my backyard. My girls leave for school around 7.30 and I’m usually in there by 8.30-9.... Read more
Q and A with Rowena Martinich

Q and A with Rowena Martinich

We asked Rowena some questions about art and life.. read on for a bit of background on her practice. To see Rowena’s work in our current exhibition Flux click here. 1. How and when did you start painting? I have always been a painter, even as a kid I embraced watercolours and painted flowers out... Read more
Q and A with Skye Jefferys

Q and A with Skye Jefferys

We asked current exhibiting artist Skye Jefferys some questions about her painting practice.. read on for some interesting insight into her process. To see Skye’s recent work for Flux, click here. – 1. How and when did you start painting? I had skirted around the edges of painting at university, while studying a Bachelor of... Read more