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Collections

A PLEASANT DISTRACTION | CATALOGUE 1

This online catalogue provides a range of paintings so you can identify your art preferences. 

As a distraction from the current pandemic and media, I offer the catalogue below to view a selection of art which I hope you enjoy! - Mark Widdup, Director.

To make an appointment to view an artwork at the gallery please email mark@cookshillgalleries.com.au / ring  0418 492259 or buy 'on-line' via our shopping cart on the galleries website.

 

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A PLEASANT DISTRACTION  | CATALOGUE 1

Abstract to Semi Abstract | Sept 2020

Cooks Hill Galleries (CHG) presents 'Abstract'. This online and in gallery exhibition opens Friday 18 September 6 - 8pm. Exhibition continues until Monday 5 October 2018. 

The development of abstraction in Australia art commenced around the 1940’s and it has had a place in the history of art ever since. It has influenced artists working in both 2d and 3d media.

For the viewer of abstraction it is a style some of us are comfortable with and others not! For many artist it is often a graduation and or development of a style stepping from a  traditional / represented foundation, beyond impressionist to a development of a feeling, a sense and or expression not desiring or need of a grounding of the ‘real’.

Abstraction is often difficult to define if at all it needs to be, and is often described as pushing the boundaries of realism. For the maker the challenge is to evolve an art direction with the use of the mind, experimentation and pushing boundaries. There is no limits to abstraction being an enormous attraction for many an artist.

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Abstract to Semi Abstract | Sept 2020

ABSTRACT TO SEMI-ABSTRACT

CHG Director’s statement: If I had to qualify one word to describe or summarise Phil Stallard painting it most probably would be he is a fine 'colourist'. What can't he do with colour, tone and expression, setting his art apart!

He captures the sensuality of colour in my opinion!

This combined with his symbols and focal point of the artwork balanced by his manner of using space does so much for reinforcing his abstract to semi abstract compositions.

Phil as have many artists, been impacted by Covid lockdowns and isolation by flood water impacting access to his bushland studio. This presents more time to think which often can trigger new approaches for an artist’s genre.

Phil is an emotional painter empowered by a spontaneous style, it's the energy of evolving an artwork being the driver for much of his creation.

I can hear Phil say ' My painting just comes to me, why I do something ... a colour, brushstroke is not so much deliberate it just happens?'

It's this honesty which is disarming for most of us, however I do know Phil understates his innate painting skill. Perhaps we can conclude he has an affinity with his choice and application of paint colour and just seems to continue to compositions that are resolved, making him the individual contemporary artist.

If I had to qualify one word to describe or summarise Phil Stallard painting it most probably would be he is a fine 'colourist'. What can't he do with colour, tone and expression, setting his art apart!.

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ABSTRACT TO SEMI-ABSTRACT

APRIL 2021 | BRUCE ROWLAND | YOUNG DANCERS

Cooks Hill Galleries (CHG) presents Bruce Rowland ‘Young Dancers'. This online and in gallery exhibition opens Saturday 10 APRIL 2.30pm. Exhibition continues until Monday 26 APRIL 2021.

More images to come closer to exhibition date.

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APRIL 2021 | BRUCE ROWLAND | YOUNG DANCERS

APRIL 2022

Private collections are developed with passion and intent. This selection of artworks illustrate the diversity of collectors tastes & preferences in art which is both fascinating as to what one has collected and highlights much contrast in subject matter, medium and styles.

I hope you enjoy this snapshot of Australian artists styles.

Our next email will contain new work from James Willebrant, a represented artist and an update on news from bronze sculptor, Steve Glassborow. He has much to say and offers a unique buying opportunity for our clients?

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APRIL 2022

APRIL 4 | BRETT MCMAHON | INTERTIDAL

 

Cooks Hill Galleries (CHG) presents Brett McMahon ‘Intertidal’. This online and in gallery exhibition opens Friday, 4 May 6 - 8pm. Exhibition continues until Monday, 28 May 2018.

"ɪntəˈtaɪdəl …of or relating to the zone of the shore between the high-water mark and low-water mark
One of the luxuries of living in Newcastle is the ability to access nature on a daily basis.
For me, this means trekking down to South Dudley rock platform to search for patterns and structures or exploring the stretch between Merewether and Bar beach during and after big seas or wild weather when all sorts of matter, organic or otherwise, gets deposited on the sand.
The visual possibilities are endless, and each storm, or change in the sea brings new opportunities…the shifting colours reflected from the water’s surface, days where black sun-dried kelp wrack covers the beach, or when it has been swept clean and the waves leave sequences of overlapping lines in the sand, or shallow pools that evaporate leaving rings of salt on the rock platform.
Underlying the observed physical material, is the sense of time, and that things are always in a state of change, sometimes incremental, sometimes sudden and dramatic.
The work presented in the exhibition ‘Intertidal’ at Cooks Hill Gallery records some of the material that I have encountered over the past 12 months while walking the sand." 
- Brett McMahon, March 2018

 

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APRIL 6 | PHIL STALLARD | WATERLINE

Cooks Hill Galleries (CHG) is delighted to bring you ‘Phil Stallard - Waterline’. This online and in gallery exhibition opens Friday, 6 April 6 - 8pm. Exhibition continues until Tuesday, 24 April 2018. RSVP for the opening and invite your friends here


“For most of his career as a painter, Philip Stallard has been drawn to the theme of water. Stallard's childhood was spent around the Hawkesbury River. Here, he enjoyed seeking out remote shelves of the orange-red Hawkesbury sandstone, and gazing down on the river - sometimes still and glistening, sometimes wind-ruffled, and occasionally dour and agitated. He relished the eventful junctions where river meets sky. Or where the pulsing river meets the lush but sometimes fire-ravaged bushland.”
- Peter Pinson OAM

 

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Phil Stallard Art

ART BUYERS GROUP [ABG]

In future, CHG will be providing select clients with more personalised service, confidential one on one art advisory and investment recommendations. 

Tailored to taste, budget and style. No matter where you resideOur focus is on ‘quality’ artworks, with an emphasis on scarcity of offering, originality, provenance, and an artwork’s inherent qualities... We identify artworks that defy the ordinary and that you’ll love!

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Tim Storrier Art

ART FOR SALE | BROWSE & SHOP ART

Cooks Hill Galleries is one of Australia’s leading commercial art galleries. The Gallery presents regular exhibitions and features Australian art within four rooms, with artworks from a quality stable of Australian artists, from contemporary to colonial i.e. Brett Whiteley to Conrad Martens. The art on offer includes Abstract, Modern, Impressionism, Surrealism, and Traditional. CHG also deals in painting and sculpture from emerging artists.

We also offer the opportunity to preview artworks in your home or office prior to purchase and have interest free payment plans to help you own the art you love. 

Should you wish to preview one of these works in your home or office please contact us to make an appointment.

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Phil Stallard Art

AUG 2016 | NIGEL MILSOM - Collection

Lovers of art and Nigel Milsom fans, we have something special for you! 

I’m delighted to offer for sale a collection of 7 significant works by prominent Australian artist Nigel Milsom. Winner of the 2015 Archibald Prize, 2013 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and 2012 Sir John Sulman Prize
This represents an opportunity of significance for the contemporary Australian art collector.

The works were completed in the artist’s studio between 2007- 2013, represent subject matter typical of the era and reflect the artist’s signature style.

"He has quite an individual technique and style quite unlike anything else."  Craig Brush. 

It is serendipitous to have these artworks available for sale as Nigel has a solo exhibition titled ‘Nigel Milsom // Judo-House PT. 6 (The White Bird) 2014 – 2016’ on display at The Lock-Up #Newcastle until 25 September 2016.

"I saw myself entirely differently but accept that my portrait is but an avatar of Nigel's extraordinary ability to push paint around the canvas with frenetic desire and with chilling effect." Charles Waterstreet.

Based in Newcastle Nigel Milsom is a highly sought after contemporary artist. Especially after winning the 2015 Archibald Prize with his dramatic painting of colourful Sydney barrister Charles Waterstreet (pictured). Nigel is well known for his powerful works and much lauded for his painterly approach and technique.

Purchase online or view these 8 oil paintings by Nigel Milsom at the Cooks Hill Galleries from Saturday 20 August for 3 weeks. 

Yours in art,
Mark Widdup
CHG Director

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Nigel Milsom Art

AUG 2016 | THE SPECIALISTS FROM JOHN MAITLAND, BEN KENNING, ROD BATHGATE, SUSAN SHERIDAN & GAVIN FRY

DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT

Cooks Hill Galleries is delighted to bring you a specially curated exhibition showcasing a selection of art from contemporary Australian artists. Several known for their established practice and popular with our clients and online audience, others new- with an alluring appeal. All are professional artists with a unique and signature style, this is evident within their paintings. Resulting is an exciting and contrasting online and gallery exhibition that will appeal to the art lover!

This online and gallery exhibition features a collection of affordable contemporary paintings that will appeal to art collectors, whether it be those seeking a major showpiece for their home, office or an addition to an existing collection.

Yours in art,

Mark Widdup
CHG Director

DIGITAL EXHIBITION CATALOGUE >

In addition to viewing the collection below you can BROWSE + SHOP the digital exhibition catalogue here.

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Ben Kenning Art

AUGUST 2022

This eclectic collection features such established artists as Donald Friend, Tom Gleghorn and Charles Blackman. As these artworks have resided in a private collection, none of the pieces have come to market for a number of years; this collection therefore presents an opportunity to purchase some fine examples of various artists' work.

Each piece presents a unique perspective of the artists' talent.

Friend's 'Boys with a fish' certainly demonstrates his skill in anatomical drawing, whilst the Proof plate of Bambooziana with it's random couplings, wild animals and erupting volcano, accompanied by friend's handwritten description, is simply fascinating.

A further two ink sketches confirm his ability to capture a scene using but a few strong lines.

Enjoy your perusal of this collection.

 

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AUGUST 2022

AUGUST 25 | ADAM CULLEN AND THE CUBISTS

DIRECTORS INTRODUCTION

Adam Cullen won the prestigious Archibald prize in 2000 with a portrait of Australian actor, David Wenham. His raw, expressionist, ‘grunge’ style was famously showcased in this piece.

Cullen’s friend and lawyer Charles Waterstreet reported to ‘the Age’ newspaper in 2012, that “We have lost a great artist, who lived and breathed the life of an artist”. Cullen had passed away in his sleep at 47 years of age.

“Cullen was a colourful and controversial artist who used a striking style to examine everything from crime, to masculinity to cowboy culture”.

CHG is delighted to offer for sale what is possibly the largest private collection of works available from iconic Australian artist, Adam Cullen.

This collection includes over thirty-six works. Amongst these are six oil paintings. Two of these are major works that have previously been exhibited at the Art Gallery of NSW and represent an excellent opportunity for the discerning and astute art collector.

Within the collection you’ll also find a diverse range of affordable works on paper and etchings, ideal for the new art collector. Cullen's iconic Ned Kelly, Roo and Horses are also showcased. Further, a suite of limited edition bronze sculptures perfectly complements the wall art!

ARTIST PROFILE - ADAM CULLEN

One of Australia’s most colorful, collectible contemporary artists, Adam Cullen was well known for his involvement in the “grunge” art movement of the early 1990s. His work examined everything from masculinity, crime and cowboy culture.

Being passionate about art and drawing from an early age, Adam Cullen produced cartoons for the local Collaroy Plateau newspaper and went on to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Diploma of Professional Art and a Master of Fine Arts, finishing his academic career in 1999.

In an event that foresaw his artistic fascination with death and decomposition, Cullen lived for two weeks during his schooling with a decaying pig’s head chained to his ankle as part of a performance art project. Attending classes and reportedly sleeping with his leg out of the window to avoid the growing stench, he only abandoned the act when the local bus driver refused to let him aboard with the rotting appendage.

Working from his studio in Wentworth Falls, New South Wales, Cullen painted whilst listening to punk bands such as the Butthole Surfers, Black Flag and the Meat Puppets, his works focusing on the inevitable rot and mess of existence. Dead cats, rotting kangaroos and headless bodies pervade his pieces, demonstrating that, as an artist, Cullen wished his audience to experience strong emotions as a result of his art, sidestepping more rational, critical responses.

Cullen’s often provocative works explore issues of racial intolerance, bigotry, political and social hypocrisy and sexism. A stand-out piece, Shut up, nobody wants to hear your stories (2000), comments on society’s objectification of the female form, featuring a leering man’s head staring at a beheaded, nude female figure.

His style often borrowed from so-called “low” cultural influences such as graffiti, resulting in some critics describing his provocative works as crude and simplistic, their only intent being to shock the middle classes.

With this in view, it came as a surprise to some when Cullen received the distinguished Archibald Prize in 2000 with his portrait of actor David Wenham. This recognition resulted in a much larger audience for his works, and his style changed noticeably to a bolder pop-art style, featuring strong black outlines and thick, dripping paints.

Despite becoming a critically acclaimed artist, Cullen continued to create controversy illustrating notorious criminal Chopper Reid’s book Hooky the Cripple in 2002, and in 2003 exhibiting a painting of John Travers, a convicted murderer, causing outrage from the claim that Cullen sought to glorify the criminal, an accusation the artist strongly denied.

Cullen’s works are represented in all major art galleries in Australia and in 2012 an untitled Ned Kelly painting sold for $27,000 at auction, a personal record for the artist.

ARTIST PROFILE - GAVIN FRY

Gavin Fry is a writer, artist and publisher, working in Newcastle, New South Wales. After a long career in museums and galleries, in retirement he has returned to painting after three decades away from the easel. His work is currently being exhibited at Cooks Hill Gallery in Newcastle, as well as exhibitions nationally.

As a writer Gavin has published more than twenty books on Australian art and history and has of recent times begun to publish books on behalf of other writers and artists.



Gavin's recent body of work has been directed to Newcastle icons. Gavin’s style is expressionist incorporating vertical light planes and angles somewhat rendering a cubist influence with a 1970’s aura.

ARTIST PROFILE - SHANNON WOODWARD

Shannon Woodward is an emerging cubist figurative artist. She completed a Fine Arts Diploma in 2004 and has exhibited with Quirindi Fine Art Galleries, SAASS Art Studio and Cooks Hill Galleries. Her style has become more explosive in recent times, with the cubist elements becoming more stylised with the figure being offset by an expressionist backdrop.



Woodwards work often appears quite 3 dimensional with a controlled and considered balance between foreground and landscape. This is an exciting direction for the artist. Artists who have influenced Shannon include Piet Mondrian, Marcel Duchamp, Kandinsky, Norman Lindsay and Brett Whiteley.

REPRESENTED ARTIST PROFILES

Discover more about represented artist Gavin Fry by reviewing his artist profile and major works here. Review Adam Cullen's top Australian artist profile here.

DOWNLOAD DIGITAL EXHIBITION CATALOGUE

The digital exhibition catalogue is available for download here.

 

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Adam Cullen Art

Brett McMahon | CHG Represented Artist

McMahon’s art has a contemporary feel that sits well within architectural and modern-styled environments. There is a restrained influence from Asian art compositions, identifiable in his use of space surrounding a focal point of a subject, but Brett’s compositions are completely Australian influenced. His work will attract minimalist minded collectors and those that enjoy a space and balance with a composition. Learn more about CHG represented artist Brett McMahon by reviewing his artist profile here.

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Brett McMahon Art
Brett McMahon Art
 
 
 
 

Bruce Rowland | CHG Represented Artist

It’s hard to make a comparison with an Australian artist who has the skills that Bruce Rowland possesses. Arguably there hasn’t been an artist since Norman Lindsay who has the scope of art skill across so many mediums as Bruce Rowland. Learn more about CHG represented artist Bruce Rowland by reviewing his artist profile here.

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Bruce Rowland Art

CATHERINE BANNEY | STORIES WITHOUT WORDS | FEBRUARY 2024

OPENS SATURDAY 10, FEBRUARY 3-5PM | CONTINUES 27, FEBRUARY.

 

There’s no doubt that pictures are powerful.  They crystallise our memories; depict thoughts, fears, and desires; stir imagination; and evoke emotions.  In the book, The
Neverending Story, there’s a chapter where the protagonist has lost all his memories and no longer knows who he is.  His last hope of recovering his identity is to go down into the picture mines in the magical land of Fantastica and keep unearthing pictures until he finds one that feels like a link to his past.  Eventually he finds one, just one, that touches his heart and helps him find his way home.  It’s this power to penetrate deep into our minds, beyond our day-to-day thoughts, that brings us back again and again to certain images.  We see lines and colours with our eyes, but our minds add layers of meaning, perhaps that the creator of the image never envisaged.  Why a particular picture resonates with a particular person might be obvious, or far from it.  Our relationship with an image is as unique as our own thoughts and experiences.
‘Stories without words’ is an exhibition of paintings that each tell part of a story.  What the story is about, and how it begins and ends, is very much up to the viewer to determine! No two people will have the same response to the paintings, nor will the images inspire the exact same story in any two people. So, let your imaginations roam free and have some fun exploring ‘stories without words’. - Catherine Banney

 

Please click on individual images to see catalogue details and enlarged photo with zoom.

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CATHERINE BANNEY | STORIES WITHOUT WORDS | FEBRUARY 2024

CHG 40TH BIRTHDAY EXHIBITION FROM A SELECTION OF THE GALLERIES ARTISTS

CHG 40TH BIRTHDAY EXHIBITION FROM A SELECTION OF THE GALLERIES ARTISTS
OPENING FRIDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 2014 6 - 8PM
EXHIBITION CONTINUES TO MONDAY 6 OCTOBER 2016

Friends of the Gallery,

We're turning 40 and to celebrate we've created an exciting program of events to be held on Saturday 13th September to commemorate Cooks Hill Gallery's contribution to the arts and this significant milestone in the history of the Gallery.

From 3pm we have a panel discussion with a selection of CHG's represented artists who will discuss life as a professional artist, their relationship with the Gallery, and perhaps the odd tale or interesting story involving me over the past 40 years!

At 4pm I will address the gathering and formally open CHG's '40th Birthday Exhibition' which will feature a special selection of art from 30 of CHG's artists who have been invited to submit work especially for this milestone show.

Following enjoy a cocktail party set against the stunning backdrop of the '40th Birthday Exhibition', connect with the artists, catch up with old friends and make new as we celebrate CHG's 40th birthday in style! So please and without delay RSVP for this exciting event now and come celebrate our special day together.

The exhibition continues until Monday 6th October and will be available for viewing online at our website from 4pm Sunday the 14th of September.

Yours in art,

Mark Widdup
CHG Director

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Cooks Hill Galleries

CHG DIRECTOR'S SELECTION | MUST SEE ART

We're delighted to bring you the Director's Selection. Curated by CHG Director Mark Widdup and handpicked to delight, with a selection of affordable artworks that will look stunning in your home or office. Should you wish to preview one of these works in your home or office please contact us to make an appointment.

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Cooks Hill Galleries

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR COLLECTION 2019 | ONLINE GROUP EXHIBITION

This is an online only exhibition - available to browse and shop on our website.

A CURATED COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS BY OUR REPRESENTED ARTISTS THAT’S REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GALLERIES ARTISTS. MANY OF OUR FOLLOWERS ARE TIME POOR AND THIS IS A TIME OF YEAR WHEN THEY HAVE THE TIME TO REFLECT ON THE PAST YEAR AND CATCH UP ON THEIR ART INTERESTS!

During the holiday recess explore our Facebook and Instagram and the galleries website, where you’ll find over 2,200 artworks on display and available for purchase. 

Yours in art,
Mark Widdup
CHG Director

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CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR COLLECTION 2019 | ONLINE GROUP EXHIBITION

DAVID BESCHI | CHG REPRESENTED ARTIST

Artist David Beschi brings a traditional technique of watercolour lost by the schools of learning in Australia today. Browse and shop art by David Beschi here. He has a confidence and vision rarely seen by watercolourist of our time. Learn more about CHG represented artist David Beschi by reviewing his artist profile here.

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David Beschi Art

DEC 16 | ECLECTICA + ALL THE TIME FROM ROD BATHGATE & JANE PARKES

CHG DIRECTOR'S NOTES

Eclectica’ from Rod Bathgate - arguably Australia’s best pastel artist - represents a deviation from his much-loved works exploring the Newcastle coastline.

Rod refers to this as ‘a need to explore other pastures’. What will you see in this exhibition? A stunning collection of works depicting other places, including Port Stephens, Treachery beach, Seal Rocks and Mossman Gorge. Plus a potpourri of other stock works from this master.

‘All the Time’ from Jane Parkes sees us invited into Jane’s kingdom! What’s real and what’s not is of no consequence. Is Jane Parkes an excitable child? Possibly! The references in her naïve figurative paintings suggest so.

Most of the subjects in her art are inspired by fantasy and escapism, removed from a lack of humanity, cruelty, uncaring – all real concerns for Jane and present in this world.

Explore Jane’s world, where her imagination reigns creating places that vibrate love and kindness.

I look forward to seeing you on the evening. And if you can’t make it be sure to browse the digital exhibition catalogue which will be available on our website and Facebook page following the opening evening.

'ECLECTICA' ROD BATHGATE

I continue to marvel at Rod’s understanding and mastery of the pastel medium. A challenging one to use!
Rod is not only accomplished with pastel on paper and board, but equally so in oil painting. Photolike complicated compositions detailing, light, water effects and beachscapes with a figurative aspect are what we expect from this artist.

If you are seeking trade marks in this professional artist’s subject; you need look no further than to his handling of clouds, light play over water, gradation of colouring from the horizon. His treatment of an ocean wave at all its stages of development and to the water’s edge is a good lesson in control and the luminosity of this master’s stroke. I doubt there is any better artist when capturing moving and still water!

Complimenting Rod’s original artworks will be an exciting selection of limited edition prints including ‘Toppa Town’, the original of which achieved a record sale price for a Hunter artist in 2015!
It is always a delight to have Rod exhibiting at CHG. He commands such a strong following and respect. Followers will delight in this collection of works!

'ALL THE TIME' JANE PARKES

I have known Jane Parkes (or JP as she refers to herself) for decades and she remains the same upbeat personality. Her life and world is often perceived as make believe! Or is it a cover? I have decided I don’t care!

Jane’s figurative paintings, set in a fantasy world could be considered theatrical. I do know the time spent on developing her compositions is of little care to Jane because when she is art making she is completely fulfilled and taken to a place which provides comfort!

Jane’s exacting and considered compositions reflect a high degree of skill and control, which she has developed with the gouache medium.

Jane’s inspiration commences with an image which creeps into her consciousness “a shape or a wall paper design; the ideas develop”.
Jane has an appreciation of all things art and the joys of life including music, art teaching, theatre, acting, animals, people and their care etc. Her paintings, often drawn from her fantasy life of thoughts and dreams are also based upon life’s experiences and happenings.

In this new exhibition, we also see Jane’s original images translated to pillows and bags for display and sale alongside 15 original gouache paintings and Giclee limited edition prints, available in 3 sizes and enhanced with gold leaf and whitening compositions.

THE ARTIST'S

ROD BATHGATE
“Through the medium of soft pastel, and using an 'edge to edge' technique, I hope to bring an intimate reflection of our beloved coastline, oceans, rivers, hideaways and enchanting spots.
I have always appreciated the jewel-like qualities of moving water- their hypnotic effects of the eye and their sparkling, cleansing feel. Through adapting a palette to suit the seascape, an almost unlimited vocabulary of flicker, refractions, shadows and reflections, merge to give me the desired finish.
I believe pastel can achieve much more than any other medium in creating alluring scenes. Even today my desire to discover more about this ever-changing subject grows more and more.
My love of water and natural beauty in all its facets has drawn me back time and time again to, hopefully, discover more of its hidden charms.”Rod Bathgate.

JANE PARKES:
“My art is the stuff of dreams. I explore the world of fantasy with the finest details played out on paper.
Like actors in wonderful dramas, sailors, musicians, young love, and the like play out their stories on a flat stage in settings that are as decorative as their costumes.
I cannot rest until I am utterly enchanted by the final product. Do enjoy my lil pictures.”Jane Parkes.

DIGITAL EXHIBITION CATALOGUE

In addition to viewing the collection below you can BROWSE the digital exhibition catalogue here.

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DEC 16 | ECLECTICA + ALL THE TIME FROM ROD BATHGATE & JANE PARKES

DEC 2016 | Christmas Collection

Tis the season to be… giving the gift of art! So we've put together a selection of 14 original artworks and limited edition prints from some of the Galleries represented artists. These artworks would make the perfect gift for a loved one this Christmas. Should you wish to preview one of these works in your home or office please contact us to make an appointment.

Don't like what you see? Then our art selection service can help you find the perfect artwork for your home, office or loved one. Contact us to book your art selection consultation now. 

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Susan Weaver Art