Featuring exquisite paintings from Tim Graham, Nick Olsen and Ken Strong
Apr
8
Apr 30

Featuring exquisite paintings from Tim Graham, Nick Olsen and Ken Strong

  • Red Hill Gallery

"Treasured Places" combines the artwork of three exceptional and distinct artists.

Immerse yourself in this visual journey through urban, country and interiors.
Enjoy the colourful wonderment that has been created.

All Exhibition artwork is now available for preview and acquisition.
Exhibition continues until Sunday 30 April 2017

TIM GRAHAM
Tim Graham paints in an impressionist style where his main focus is colour. "I look out the studio window into the garden and trees and everything is full of sunlight and the brightest of colours, it all looks so happy and full of life".   

NICK OLSEN
Nick Olsen's colour and evocative landscapes relate to an expression of a sense of place. He likes to focus on images of the simple things in life, hoping these subjects allow the viewer to relate to their own experiences. He believes this is an important aspect of enjoying art

KEN STRONG
Ken Strong believes the more he paints, the more he is absorbed with the concept of composition.  It is everything.  To determine the perfect composition is to be able to recreate the sensation of a subject, this may impact the emotions or just stimulate the pleasure of observation.   

Todd Whisson - Limitless
May
13
Jun 4

Todd Whisson - Limitless

Todd’s recent work has developed markedly, taking an abstract approach which continues to reflect his skill in traditional techniques yet has enabled him to communicate more than a visual representation, and has elevated his passion and vision to another level of skill and perception.

Exhibition continues until Sunday 4 June 2017

View this exhibition online HERE

Piers  Bateman  Retrospective  Exhibition  12 May – 4 June 2017
May
13
Jun 4

Piers Bateman Retrospective Exhibition 12 May – 4 June 2017

Internationally acclaimed Australian landscape artist Piers Bateman was well-known for his bold paintings that intuitively capture the nature of the Australian Landscape. With a keen eye and brilliant subtlety for colour his work is readily recognised and found on prominent walls here and abroad, including the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Australian Embassy in Washington.  Piers Bateman sadly passed away in September 2015 – this is his legacy.

To quote Piers Bateman "I present my paintings to you to be regarded as modern work within an art tradition rather than traditional art which has become a term connected to conservatism as opposed to modernism. Art is seductionand as such is to be enjoyed!"

VIEW THIS EXHIBITION HERE