A.J. Taylor will have his work presented in an upcoming group exhibition, The Force that Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower, at Noosa Regional Gallery.
This exhibition explores the biodiversity of the surrounding Noosa region while also considering the relationship between nature and human interaction. The Force that Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower is presented by CLIMARTE in affiliation with the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 festival.
The Force that Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower
3 May – 16 June
Noosa Regional Art Gallery
Image credit: A.J. Taylor Paynter Creek (winter afternoon) 2017 oil on board 91.5 x 167.0 cm
____________22.03.19 Monica Rohan in the Dobell Drawing Prize
Monica Rohan is a finalist in this year’s Dobell Drawing Prize with her work Don’t look down, don’t think about falling. The National Art School in association with the Sir William Dobell Art Foundation presents the Dobell Drawing Prize in 2019 as a new biennial prize at the NAS Gallery.
The prize is a biennial competition that will showcase the expanded field of drawing, celebrating innovation, technical skills and diverse media. A leading Australian artist will be invited to select the finalists and award the prize of $30,000. The new Dobell Drawing Prize will run in alternative years to the Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Dobell Drawing Prize 2019
27 March – 25 May
National Art School
Image credit: Monica Rohan Don’t look down, don’t think about falling 2018 ink on paper 59.0 x 53.0 cm
____________28.03.19 A.J. Taylor in the Sunday Mail
Current exhibiting artist, A.J. Taylor, has been featured in the U on Sunday magazine in The Sunday Mail.
Fiona Purdon’s article delves into the artist’s motivation and process behind creating the Pink Ash series. Taylor also discusses his process in capturing images whilst out exploring different tracks and landscapes – in particular the Wallum landscape.
A.J. Taylor’s solo exhibition, Pink Ash, is current at Jan Murphy Gallery until 6 April.
Image credit: A.J. Taylor Mooloolah River Wallum 2019 oil on board 91.5 x 91.5 cm
____________30.03.19 A.J. Taylor at Caloundra Regional Gallery
A.J. Taylor’s work, Forest Ground, Early Light, is featured in group exhibition, Collected Landscapes at Caloundra Regional Gallery. This work was also the People’s Choice Winner in the John Leslie Prize at Gippsland Art Gallery last year.
Opening in late May, Collected Landscapes brings together a selection of artworks that respond to the landscapes of the local Sunshine Coast hinterland area.
29 May – 21 July
Caloundra Regional Gallery
Image credit: A.J. Taylor Forest ground, early light 2018 oil on board 121.5 x 238.0 cm
____________22.03.19 Julia deVille at Noosa Regional Gallery
A solo exhibition by Julia Deville is currently on display at Noosa Regional Gallery in Queensland. Featured is a selection of the artist’s small sculptural assemblages inspired by Renaissance, Baroque and Victorian themes.
Noosa Regional Gallery
16 March – 28 April
Image credit: Julia deVille Caesar 2014 stillborn kitten, antique silver and ivory chariot, rose cut black diamond 0.80ct, uncut diamonds, glass case 56.0 x 23.0 x 21.0 cm
____________20.03.19 Mark Tweedie in ‘Marriage, Love + Law’
Protégé artist, Mark Tweedie, is included in Marriage, Love + Law at Penrith Regional Gallery.
Marriage, Love + Law is a group exhibition developed from the NSW State Archives and explores the laws and attitudes that have shaped marriage in Australia.
Marriage, Love + Law
30 March – 16 June
Penrith Regional Gallery
Image credit: Mark Tweedie A cautionary tale (Bride #2) 2018 oil on canvas 31.0 x 41.0 cm
____________12.03.19 ‘Quilty’ Now Open at AGSA
Ben Quilty’s survey show, Quilty, has launched at the Art Gallery of South Australia to great acclaim. Developed by the Art Gallery of South Australia and curated by Lisa Slade, this exhibition is the first major survey on the artist’s work to date.
Quilty will also tour to QAGOMA and the Art Gallery of New South Wales later this year.
Read reviews of the exhibition in:
Image credit: Installation view of Quilty at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Photo: Grant Hancock.
____________05.03.19 Juz Kitson in the Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award
Juz Kitson has been selected as one of six finalists for the 2019 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award.
The award is one of the country’s most prestigious prizes and will be judged by Dr Lisa Slade, Stephen Benwell and Dr Rebecca Coates. The winner will be announced at the opening on Friday 21 June 2019.
Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award
Shepparton Art Museum 22 June – 1 September 2019
Image credit: Photo by Ji Xiao Tong