5-30 October 2016, Opening Sunday 9 October 3pm to 5pm
Landmarks by Ros Auld
5-30 October 2016. Opening Sunday 9 October 3pm-5pm
Interiors: 7 September to 2 October
Opening Sunday 11 September, 3pm-5pm
Featuring Junko Asaba, Max Dingle and Joanna Gambotto
Theatre of Bones by Suzanne Archer, 7 September - 2 October
7 September - 2 October 2016
Opening Sunday, 11 September 3pm-5pm
Works on paper, sculpture, artist books
Three Women Went To China
A regional touring exhibition featuring three gallery artists: Suzanne Archer, Hanna Kay, Sarah Tomasetti.
Tamworth Regional Gallery, 19 August to 8 October 2016
On the Edge (Revisited) by Robyn Gordon
10 August to 4 September 2016.
Opening Sunday 14 August 3pm-5pm.
Janet Clayton Gallery at Weswal Gallery Tamworth
9 July - 28 August :
Opening Saturday 30 July, 2pm - 4pm
Featuring Ron McBurnie, Toshiko Oiyama, Sam Peacock, Remnim Tayco and Ayako Saito.
Tract by Ben Hall, and Sculpture by David Horton: 13 July to 7 August: Opening Sunday 17 July 3pm-5pm
Painting and drawing by Ben Hall. Sculpture and drawing by David Horton. Raw surfaces and colour meet lyrical composition.
Michael Le Grand: Sculpture
15 June to 10 July 2016.
Opening Sunday 19 June, 3pm-5pm
An exhibition of new work by one of Australia's most recognised sculptors.
Suzanne Archer: The Alchemy of the Studio at Macquarie University Art Gallery
9 September – 7 November
Curator: Sioux Garside
A survey exhibition spanning three decades of the artist's practice from 1987 to 2015.
People 22 June to 10 July
Featuring Patricia Harry, and introducing Thomas Quayle & Susan Soliman 22 June to 10 July Opening Sunday 26 June 3pm-5pm
The Mok Sisters: Sky Garden
1-19 June 2016
Featuring jewellery by Shan Shan and Helen Mok
Discussion with artists and jewellery making demonstration
Sunday 12 June 2pm-4pm.
Parallel Worlds by Remnim Tayco
18 June to 12 July
Opening Sunday 22 June 3pm - 5pm
"I am drawn to creating images that reflect the complexity and diversity of the world we inhabit, and its constant evolution."
Remnim Tayco is creating compelling art. Winner of the Young Emerging Artist's Award at the Mosman Art Prize in 2013, he has held six solo exhibitions since 2010, includingFolded Lines at Broken Hill Regional Gallery in 2015.
Remnim has found his inspiration in the techniques and subject matter of 17th century Dutch masters - the intense detail, romantic landscapes, exquisite rendering of light - all achieved through the fine application of oil paint and painstaking draughtsmanship.
‘I need solitude, which is to say, recovery, return to myself, the breath of a free, light, playful air.’ Nietzsche
'Solitary' is an exploration in seclusion, stillness and self-reflection.
Sculpture by Koichi Ishino
20 April - 15 May. To be opened by David Handley, Founding Director, Sculpture by the Sea, Thursday 21 April 6pm-8pm
featuring Christina Beaumont, Jan Hodge, Jennifer Ledingham, Robyn Yeoman
A small group of fellow artists meet each Friday morning in Paddington to explore the art of drawing. This exhibition celebrates the creative urge that endures and flourishes, woven into our daily lives.
March 2 - April 3. Featuring work by emerging Sydney artists Jonathon Andrews, Jodi Clark, Jane Guthleben, Lisa McCleary, Mollie Rice, Chrystal Rimmer, Olivia Wilson, and Lucy Zaroyko.
Hanna Kay: Shifting Horizons
24 February to 20 March
Piedras y Palos by An Morison
An exhibition of jewellery for men and for women
In the Still of an Ordinary Day
February 4 - January 27. About a decade ago three artists, Somchai Charoen, Yiwon Park and Phaptawan Suwannakudt arrived at different times in different circumstances unknown to each other and decided to stay in the migrant society name ‘Sydney’. They were from different backgrounds and generations and each ordinary day in Sydney is always a journey which is notwithstanding trapped in their own memories and anguish in their lives. This exhibition explores each artist and their practices through the journey in the stillness of each ordinary day in Sydney.