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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Some of our group of artists are working on art and some are contemplating working here are a few pics.

Some of our group of artists are working on art and some are contemplating working here are a few pics.

v wattle treeWattle Tree, photograph by Virginia McNamara This is probably from Virginia’s wonderful garden.

sunriseSunrise, photograph by Virginia McNamara

The ethereal painting below is by Susan Gibson and the sculpture is from her gallery Cambridge Studio Gallery in Collingwood by Daniel Worth ‘Dove’.                                                                                                                              sue 1 sue dove by daniel worth sue reflections sue and oscar

The reflections landscape is a holiday spot somewhere secret in Victoria and Oscar the cute dog now lives full-time with Sue.  Good luck to them both.

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Summer holidays means not so much Studio time for our group.

Summer holidays means not so much Studio time for our group.

I have put a call out to all our members for some pictures and will post some of their responses.

kathyHere is a clever whimsical sculpture by Kathy Siganakis.

Thankyou Kathy.

.This painting was from an exhibition Kathy was in a couple of years ago.  Totally different medium but you can still see the cheeky or quirky emerging.  great aussie dream  Hope you are enjoying the Summer.

Entry to Portrait exhibition at Cambridge Studio Gallery until Jan 28th.

Entry to Portrait exhibition at Cambridge Studio Gallery until Jan 28th.

Cambridge Studio Gallery 2015 Portrait Prize
February 11 to 28, 2015

Artists are invited to submit works in the 2015 Cambridge Studio Gallery (CSG) WHO is LOOKING at YOU? Portrait Prize.

WHO is LOOKING at YOU? is for works depicting the human face as its subject matter.

All mediums accepted and unique approaches encouraged.

Judges 

Graeme Drendel

Graeme Drendel is a Melbourne painter who has exhibited extensively throughout Australia over the past twenty years. He has held over 20  solo exhibitions and has participated in many group exhibitions and  been a finalist in various major art prizes over that period. A dedicated painter of the human figure and the psychological intrigues that emanate from human interaction, his work is held in several public and many private collection nationally and internationally.

Colleen Ahern

Colleen Ahern completed a Bachelor of Arts, Painting, from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1999. Professional experience includes teaching appointments at Victorian College of the Arts, Swinburne University and Victoria University.  Colleen teaches both drawing and painting, and has worked as a professional artist’s assistant since graduating. She is currently represented by Neon Parc Gallery, Melbourne. Her work predominately exploits notions of identity, through the use of iconic popular imagery, and the obsessions of the ‘fan’, employing both painting and drawing mediums. Her solo exhibitions include ‘Cortez the Killer’, Neon Parc, Melbourne( 2013), ‘Of skins and heart’, Neon Parc, Melbourne ,(2010), ‘Frantic Romantic’, Neon Parc, Melbourne (2007); ‘Angels on Airwaves’, Neon Parc, Melbourne (2006); ‘Steal Your Face,’ Seventh Gallery, Melbourne (2005); ‘Your Ok… You can Come in’, TCB Art Inc., Melbourne (2003). 

Some of Colleen’s recent group exhibitions include: ‘Rockem Sockem’,St Helliers Street Gallery (2014) ‘Dear Masato, All at Once’, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne (2014) ‘Smoking Gun’, Death be Kind, Melbourne (2011);’A Way of Calling’, Linden Contemporary Art space, Melbourne (2011);’Jewell of the Newel’, Firstdraft ,Sydney (2010); ‘Photocopier’, Centre for contemporary Photography, Melbourne (2010).

1st prize: A solo exhibition held within the following 12 month period at Cambridge Studio Gallery.

A people’s choice award: A place in Cambridge Studio Gallery’s 2015 end of year group exhibition.

Further information on the Cambridge Studio Gallery 2015 Portrait Prize can be found below

2014 Portrait Prize Winner: 
2014 Winner: Guy Morgan, Louise Voigt (After Retinal Detachment)