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Issue 18, June 2012
 
Feature Article: Todd Stuart
Feature Artist: Rob Malcolm
Feature Artist: Jennifer Hopewell
New Work: Bridget Haak
New Work in the Gallery:
Tamorin Lavers
Rika Rouw
Cate Edwards

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Feature Artist: Todd Stuart

As in nature Todd Stuart’s amazing sculpture ‘’Octopus’’ is a piece that one observes with respect, curiosity and admiration, evoking feelings of strength, stability and intelligence.

‘’Octopus’’ is a highly organic form that has been hand crafted in 316 highly polished marine grade stainless steel.  

This stunning mirror finished sculpture has been crafted to the highest detail and finish to highlight its fluid sleekness and enhance the inherent qualities of the materials used in the manufacture.



Feature Artist: Rob Malcolm Limited Edition Prints




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Yallingup Galleries is pleased to introduce a collection of new limited edition prints by renowned artist Rob Malcolm.

Rob’s creativity and artistic skills are reflected through his use of diverse mediums and subject matters that come together to produce stunning original mixed media artworks.

The prints combine Rob’s interest in photography, print making and silk screening.  The Gallery has a body of Rob’s photographic prints depicting stunning landscape images detailing pristine forests, rugged coastlines and epic waves.
 

Feature Artist: Jennifer Hopewell





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Jennifer Hopewell’s work resonates with the patterns and colours that abound in the Australian landscape. Born in the Wheatbelt town of Cunderdin in Western Australia her works reflect the vibrant colours that occur in the crops at various stages, which are quite incongruent with the rest of the colour palette. 


New Work: Bridget Haak






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Bridget Haak’s work pays respect to the long and appreciated tradition of the still life genre, however her work is fresh and distinctive.  Bridget’s mixed media paintings reveal the artist’s passion for nature through the use of vibrant colour, movement and intricate patterning that come together to portray familiar scenes and harmonious compositions.


New Work in the Gallery





Tamorin Lavers
Rika Rouw
Cate Edwards

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