ART EXHIBITIONS, PROJECTS & EVENTS

NOVEMBER 2019: LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION

Diverse depictions of landscape painting. Artists include Geoff Wilson, Jason Cordero and Winnie Pelz. 

WORKS BY GEOFF WILSON (see details and prices below)

GEOFF WILSON EXHIBITION

PAINTINGS IN MAIN GALLERY ROOM – from left to right:

1. A landscape of scattered whites 2016 102 x 40 oil on linen – $4,000

2. Water tank and side rake 1990 910 x 455 cm oil on linen – $3,500

3. Palettes contemplating blue hills like Heysen once painted 2016 137×107 cm oil on linen – $12,000
   (This painting was a finalist in the Fleurieur Award 2016) 

4. River Murray from Banrock Station’s graveyard 1999 745 x 510 cm acrylic on board – $3,800

PAINTINGS IN HALL GALLERY – from back entrance towards front of house:

5. Composition in Grey 2008 760 x 510 cm oil on linen – $3,200

6. New plantings Hindmarsh Island farm 2019 61 x 40 cm oil on cotton canvas – $2,800

7. You get an ensuite with a sea view 1998 770 x 610 cm oil on canvas on board – $3,800

8. Fog at Belair: my washing and quince tree 1981 910 x 610 cm acrylic on canvas – $3,800

9. Landscape west of Pengilly Farm early 1990’s 910 x 510 cm oil on line – $3,800

10. Zen and roof top landscape view from Korean Café, Belair Triangle 2019 46 x 30 cm oil on canvas – $1,800

11. Shed structure Salt Creek Coorong 2006 50 x 24 cm watercolour – $1,500

Other paintings in the exhibition borrowed from private collection for the exhibition:

12. 
Farm shed with three gums 2008 92 x 61.5 cm oil on canvas – NFS

13. The farm near Ouyen Victoria 2012 137.5 x 61.5 cm oil on canvas – NFS

 

EARLY–MID 2020 (TBA): AIARTS PROJECT & EXHBITION with Presentation

PROJECT TITLE: LANDSCAPE PAINTING AND THE LAND OF TJUKURRPA
A project with an exhibition at AIARTS gallery and a presentation curated by Angelika Tyrone.

Artists include landscape artists and Aboriginal artists (List of artists TBA). The project and exhibition is a dialogue in viewing, presenting and representing various versions of the Australian land with the objective being to develop understandings across cultures. The visual presentation is portable, intended for viewing at various venues.

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