Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum 6 May – 4 June 1995Warrnambool Art Gallery 24 June – 22 July 1995McClelland Art Gallery 2 June – 14 July 1996Shepparton Art Gallery 5 September – 13 October 1996Ararat Gallery 10 November – 15 December 1996 Installations Castlemaine Art Gallery Download and view the Exhibition Catalogue 31MB Pdf
Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne 19th April – 10th May 1983.Quentin Gallery, Perth 7th July – 24th July 1983.Quentin Gallery, Perth 30th June – 14th July 1984. The “Sandringham Series” is the result of work which I began around October 1982. I had been given a roll of large-sized paper, and decided to work from ideas and […]
This exhibition is the beginning of a new series and a deliberate departure from earlier motifs, which took inspiration principally from the landscape. In these, it was the emotive expression and sense of place that was important; firstly at Sandringham foreshore and then St. Kilda. Space was constructed and formalised in a ‘planar’ fashion, but […]
This group of works began initially around the middle of 1986 and has continued at various times right up to the present.With the Yarra River, Princes Bridge, Flinders Railway Station, the Concert Hall and the Arts Centre, there has been much to occupy my desire to continually make an iconic statement about Melbourne.My main area […]
Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne 28th August – 14th September 1989BMG Gallery, Sydney 3rd April – 25th April 1990.
Christine Abrahams Gallery, March 25th – April 20th 1995Solander Gallery, Canberra. 28th September-20th October 1996 The Flower Paintings 1993-1996 These began as a conscious attempt to ‘start again’ – to learn and reacquaint myself with the fundamental ideas about painting that has informed artists from a long historical lineage. I chose the ‘flowers in a […]
Throughout much of the 1970s I had been developing painting ideas in an abstract mode, where I used colour in an emotional and expressive manner. These works used mainly large more fluid colour expanses that were punctuated with various colour notes and chords around the idea of the landscape and the sea; but only as […]