A fundamental pause

A fundamental pause

Canberra artist Kirrily Humphries borrowed the title of this exhibition in a phrase from the poem, Crumbling is not an instant’s act, by the American poet Emily Dickinson. The poem speaks to the process of decay and the passing of time, and these are reflected in...
Conversations with Weeds

Conversations with Weeds

Expressing the connected nature of all life and matter is at the core of Jenny Orchard’s art practice. A highly regarded ceramic artist for over thirty years, Jenny continues to be fascinated by the versatility and potential of this medium to drive her ideas forward....
Unravelling

Unravelling

Melinda Schawel is an artist who has always been drawn to the physicality of the creative process.  Known predominantly for her highly textured works on paper, Melinda captures the grandeur and minutiae of the natural world in her abstracted compositions.  Micro and...
A walk in the gardens

A walk in the gardens

Printmaker Sophia Szilagyi uses digital printmaking to create scenes of re-interpreted memory and experience. In her multi-layered compositions, Sophia explores the relationship between fiction and non-fiction, challenging our perceptions of reality and the effects of...
Voyagers’ Tales: Baudin

Voyagers’ Tales: Baudin

Nicola Dickson is a Canberra-based artist whose practice explores the natural world and perceptions of identity with particular reference to Australia’s colonial history. Her recent work is inspired by part of the Baudin collection acquired by Napoleon’s wife,...
landscapes & interiors

landscapes & interiors

A formal sense of geometry, precise composition and unique tonal quality typify Peter Boggs’ paintings. In this exhibition, Peter continues to explore the mysterious qualities of light through his interior and landscape paintings: “my interest is in atmospheres and...