Bushrangers in Australian Art

During the gold rush colonial artists, including S. T. Gill, Frederick Grosse and George Lacy, were depicting bushrangers in ink sketches, watercolours and engravings. Bushrangers soon became an enduring theme in Australian art. Another attempt to capture the bushranger theme was made by the artist and cartoonist, Patrick William Marony, aka Nick O’Tine. Marony was […]…

Sally Smart

Sally Smart, the ‘Violet Ballet’ at Adelaide Festival 2019

Annabel Nowlan

Empty Promise Investigates an important yet overlooked piece of rural history: The Post World War 1 Soldier Settlement Scheme. Ex-servicemen and their families were granted what were often uncleared blocks of land in isolated, marginal farming areas. The artist’s family were among them. In her community in Bimbi, in south-west New South Wales, no one…

2019 Ramsay Art Prize

2019 Ramsay Art Prize exhibition at Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide from 25 May

The Convent

The Convent Gallery in Daylesford, Victoria is a treasure trove of artworks, history and garden sculptures

PREPARING FOR “WAR, ART AND VISUAL CULTURE”

On Monday 25th February I am one of the speakers presenting at Art, War and Visual Culture, An International Symposium on the Art and Visual Culture of War, Conflict and Political Violence. The symposium… via PREPARING FOR “WAR, ART AND VISUAL CULTURE” – SYDNEY SYMPOSIUM — Art @ Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox Image credit: Mission Capable Oil on…

Monet at NGA

Claude Monet and other impressionist painters at National Gallery of Australia from 7 June

Undercurrents

Undercurrents exhibition by Tasmanian artists, Barbie Kjar, Jennifer Marshall, Milan Milojevic, Queen Victoria Art Gallery, Launceston, Tasmania, till 19 May 2019

Mid-Century Design

Clement Meadmore: The Art of Mid-Century Design at Ian Potter Museum of Art until 3 March 2019