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Issue 08, 20 October 2011
 
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Featured Artist - Douglas Kirsop
Featured Artist - Ian McRae
New Artist - Patricia Fernandes
New Work In The Gallery
  
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Featured Artist - Douglas Kirsop

Douglas Kirsop has been making a formidable mark on the Australian art landscape for the past three decades, with his distinctive artwork gracing consulates and private residences across the both locally and through the north-west, shifting his colour palette between shades of blues and greens along the coastal plain to rich reds and ochres in the outback. Douglas has mastered a deft interpretation of the extremes of Australia's landscape with a distinctive approach to perspective and the interplay of light.  
 



Featured Artist - Ian McRae

Ian McRae's work is essentially related to the appreciation of the simplicity of the flowing form. Over time these forms have been developed and refined to evoke a timelessness that has universal appeal. Colour is essential to enhance Ian's pieces and he uses gloss reduction glazes which are based on traditional stoneware recipes. The pots are high fired to the point of overfiring so that the finished glazes, although frozen, maintain an effect of still being fluid, creating an illusion of deep water and infinite skies. A selection of work by Ian appears on our website or for more work visit the gallery or contact us for further image.


   
New Artist: Patricia Fernandes

Contemporary ceramic artist Patricia Fernandes graduated from Curtin University in 2008 and has since being working on projects including the release of her ceramic jewellery range. She works on creating a balance between referencing the past to redesign an object with a modern innovative edge.  Her work features patterns from 100 year-old Indian textile print blocks. She aims to create and offer a range of beautifully crafted ceramic objects that have a purpose and place in your life and environment.






Rebecca Cool
Girl with Canary
Leoni&Vonk
Flower Necklace
Judy Prosser
Storm Girl







Rebecca Cool
Big Hair
Liz McKay
Jazz at the Spotted Cat 
Judy Prosser
Lightening Girl with Dingoes


New Work in the Gallery

We have recently received some beautiful new work into the gallery.

Please click on the images above for more information on the artists and their work.