Selected artists

Selected artists

Beaver Galleries’ ‘stockroom display’ offers a unique opportunity to browse our extensive collection of available art works. Each of the three gallery spaces has been carefully curated with works in a variety of mediums. Gallery 1 and 3 is dedicated to a selection of...
Another language

Another language

Kati Thamo is a highly skilled printmaker and a superb colourist; creating prints that are easily recognisable through their depth of tone and unusual textural quality. Her narratively rich prints record her lifelong observations of the natural world, often...
On the horizon

On the horizon

Drawn to materials that are weathered and worn, Alex Asch reinterprets found objects in the construction of his unique sculptures presenting new ways to examine our environment. Discarded materials are favoured in his constructions as they reveal remnants of a past...
ancient land  silica lines

ancient land silica lines

Accomplished Canberra ceramicist Anita McIntyre translates the visual experience of Australia’s remote top end onto clay forms. Deep ochres, oranges and reds over rough, pitted surfaces evoke the colours and texture of the desert. “The major source for my imagery is...
A grain of gold

A grain of gold

The organic forms and subtle tonal variations that occur in nature provide a rich source of inspiration for glass artist Holly Grace. Growing up in Western Australia, Holly was aware of nature’s beautiful but harsh reality, with the line between urban and natural...
Glyphs: homage to country

Glyphs: homage to country

“On a personal and allegorical level, these glyphs can be interpreted as saying something about each of us – our fragility and ageing, the struggle for survival and the sense of beauty in simply existing. When working, in many ways I lose conscious control over...