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Denfair, Gallerysmith 8 – 10 June 2017

  • June 6, 2017
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Adriane Strampp, Void, oil on linen, 152 x 152 cm

Gallerysmith is participating in Denfair with three artists, Adriane Strampp, Isobel Clement and Kirrily Hammond. Details here.

DENFAIR is a boutique trade event and the leading destination for contemporary design in Australia. Held over three days in Melbourne, DENFAIR delivers the very best brands to their customers within a stimulating environment of discovery and inspiration.

Gallerysmith
Marita Smith
marita@gallerysmith.com.au
gallerysmith.com.au

Stand no G20

Art Central Hong Kong: 21 – 25 March 2017

  • March 8, 2017

HILL SMITH GALLERY, UNEASY IDYLL  不安的牧歌

DEIDRE BUT-HUSAIM, MATT R. MARTIN, SHANNON SMILEY, ADRIANE STRAMPP

Diversion 2017 oil on linen 91 x 91 cm ACHK

Adriane Strampp, Diversion 2017 oil on linen 91 x 91 cm

Hill Smith Gallery will be exhibiting the works of four painters, Deidre But-Husaim, Matt R. Martin, Shannon Smiley and Adriane Strampp in the group show ‘Uneasy Idyll’ at Art Central during Hong Kong Art Week.

While each artist is unique in their method and interpretation, the artists share themes associated with the figure and the landscape such as the illusion of the idyllic, ambiguity and time suspended. All four approach their practice with great skill and technical knowledge, the resulting paintings allowing a breadth of interpretation yet remaining visually and thematically sympathetic with each other.

ADRIANE STRAMPP explores the theme of the Romantic landscape, the intangible and the evocative, the search for a sense of place, and the desire for connection, a reflection of her own peripatetic background. Interest is not in the mimetic representation of landscape, but rather the suggestion and presence of the viewer observing, present yet separated from that which he sees. It traces both the literal and the emotional journey of a landscape remembered, the search for familarity, and explores triggers that help us connect the past with the present.

Adriane Strampp的作品,是對浪漫主義風景畫的探討,是只可意會但回味無窮的情緒,是對未知之地的探索,對心意相通的渴望,更是藝術家對周遭環境的情感投射。Adriane的興趣並不在於對景觀的重現,而是暗示並展現出一種與其所觀察到的景象相分離的體驗。它追溯由記憶中的風景而生的感性之旅,尋找似曾相識的感覺,並探索能夠讓我們將歷史與當下相連接的觸發點。

Info Hill Smith Gallery: Margo Hill-Smith margohs@bigpond.com  | +61 402 231 517 | Art Central HK website

ART CENTRAL
9 Lung Wo Road
Central Harbourfront
Hong Kong

March 21 – 25
VIP Preview March 20

HILL SMITH GALLERY
113 Pirie Street
Adelaide
www.hillsmithgallery.com.au

Catalogue essay here, catalogue here.

Paddington Art Prize 20 – 30 October 2016

  • October 1, 2016

Displacement has been selected for the Paddington Art Prize.

Displacement 2015 oil on linen 91 x 91 cm

Displacement 2015 oil on linen 91 x 91 cm

A $25,000 National acquisitive prize for a painting inspired by the Australian landscape, now in it’s 13th year.

111-113 Queens Street
Woollahra NSW 2025

20-30 October 2016

Len Fox Painting Award Castlemaine Art Gallery 9 October – 31 December 2016

  • September 19, 2016

First Light has been selected for the Len Fox Painting Award at the Castlemaine Art Museum.

First Light 2015 oil and wax on linen 41 x 41 cm

First Light 2015 oil and wax on linen 41 x 41 cm

 
The 2016 Len Fox Painting Award is a biennial $50,000 acquisitive award at the Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum. Initiated and funded by Len Fox (1905-2004), this prestigious award commemorates the life and work of his uncle, the influential and internationally recognized Australian born painter, Emanuel Phillips Fox (1865-1915). Known for his plein air, impressionist style, Fox’s paintings are characterized by vibrantly coloured landscapes and scenes of everyday life.

Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum
14 Lyttleton Street
Castlemaine
VIC 3450

October 9 – December 31

John Leslie Art Prize – Gippsland Art Gallery 3 Sep – 20 Nov 2016

  • September 1, 2016

Gauze has been selected for the John Leslie Art Prize at the Gippsland Art Gallery.

Gauze 2016 oil on linen 122 x 122 cm

Gauze 2016 oil on linen 122 x 122 cm

 
The John Leslie Art Prize is one of Australia’s most prestigious and valuable prizes for contemporary landscape painting.With a first prize of $20,000 (non-acquisitive) the Prize consistently attracts the highest calibre of artists working in Australia. An additional prize of $1,000 will be given to the best Gippsland work.The Prize is made possible through the generous ongoing support of the Gallery’s Patron, John Leslie OBE.
 
Catalogue here, Essay by Simon Gregg. Extract:

‘In her work Gauze, meanwhile, Adriane Strampp heightens our sensory perception by concealing much of the pictorial data. Hers is a dreamy, half-remembered world where subject and colour are pared back to an elemental core, and where mood and atmosphere take precedence.’

Gippsland Art Gallery
64-66 Foster Street, Sale
VIC 3850

September 3 – November 30

Paul Guest Prize – Bendigo Art Gallery 27 Aug – 16 Oct 2016

  • August 22, 2016

Haefliger’s Garden has been selected for the 2016 Paul Guest Prize for contemporary drawing at Bendigo Art Gallery.

Haefliger's Garden 2016 52 x 152 cm, charcoal, ink, watercolour on 640 gsm watercolour paper

Haefliger’s Garden 2016 52 x 152 cm, charcoal, ink, watercolour on 640 gsm watercolour paper

 
The Paul Guest Prize is a non-acquisitive cash prize of $12,000 which is held every two years, highlighting contemporary drawing practice in Australia. The Prize was initiated by former Family Court Judge and Olympic rower, the Honourable Paul Guest QC and encourages artists from across Australia to engage with the important medium of drawing and to create challenging and unique art works.

Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View Street, Bendigo
VIC 3550
August 27 – October 16 2016

Sulman Prize Art Gallery of NSW 16 July – 9 October 2016

  • July 7, 2016

Brume 2016 selected for the Sulman Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW.

Brume 2016 oil on linen 91 x 274 cm

Brume 2016 oil on linen 91 x 274 cm

The Sulman Prize is given to the best subject painting, genre painting or mural project in oil, acrylic, watercolour or mixed media. A list of all finalists can be seen here.

Each year, the trustees of the Art Gallery of NSW judge the Archibald and Wynne, and invite an artist to judge the Sulman. The 2016 judge is Judy Watson.

Art Gallery of New South Wales
Art Gallery Rd, The Domain
NSW 2000
July 16 – October 9

Glover Prize 11 – 20 March 2016

  • February 16, 2016

Guide 2015 selected for the Glover Prize. Oil and wax on linen, 122 x 122 cm

Guide 2015 oil/wax on linen 122 x 122 cm

Falls Park Pavillion,
Evandale
TAS 7212

The Glover Prize has become one of Australia’s most significant awards for landscape painting. It is awarded annually for the work judged the best contemporary landscape painting of Tasmania. The winner receives $40,000 and a bronze maquette of colonial artist John Glover, whose legacy is celebrated though the Prize.

Landscape painting is defined in its broadest sense. The aim is to stimulate conversations about the meaning and possibilities expressed in the words landscape, painting and Tasmania. The Glover is open to artists from anywhere in the world. The exhibition is held over the March long-weekend in the historic Falls Park pavilion in Evandale, a village on the beautiful northern plains of Tasmania.

The winner of the Glover is selected from around 40 works chosen by a panel of eminent judges.

2016 GLOVER PRIZE JUDGES

Maudie Palmer AO
Independent curator and Professorial Fellow, Monash University

Fiona Hall AO
Artist and Australian representative at Venice Biennale 2015

Sean Kelly
Arts Officer, Moonah Arts Centre

 

Adelaide Perry Prize 27 February – 25 March 2016

  • January 28, 2016

The Departure 2016 selected for the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing. Graphite on Lanaquarelle 640gsm watercolour paper 30 x 76 cm

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Adelaide Perry Gallery
The Croydon Centre for Art
Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney
Boundary St
Croydon
NSW 2132

The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country.

Inaugurated in 2006, the Prize is generously supported by the Parents and Friends’ Association of PLC Sydney.

Named in honour of respected painter, printmaker and draughtswoman, Miss Adelaide Elizabeth Perry who taught Art at PLC Sydney from 1930 to 1962, the Prize attracts submissions from around the country.

The 2016 Perry Prize judge is Ms Julie Ewington, independent curator and writer. Read Julie’s statement on judging here.

 

 

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