Byrd at jas hugonnet gallery…

22 12 2013

This news is a little late, but we’re posting it anyway.

We love Byrd (he and Hoon are showing at the BVRG in late 2014.)

Byrd

Byrd, Box ticking, cat mesmerising parasite.

Anyhoo, he’s now at jas hugonnet gallery  - check it out.





Latest from Jas…

3 02 2013

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Richard Blackwell

planar

now showing

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916

or contact the gallery via the website.

Image Richard Blackwell, Speculative Planar Drawing # 10, 2013, 1016 x 838 mm,  marker pen on paper





From Jas

25 11 2012

We’re a wee bit tardy in posting this, but better late than never, no…

Byrd

now showing

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916

or contact the gallery via the website.

Image: byrd , some form of meaningful engagement

Enamel and acrylic paint on a red gum shingle, titles gleaned from David Broker’s ‘FESTIVAL OF AVERAGE IDEAS ALL OUR RELATIONS:18th BIENNALE OF SYDNEY’  Broadsheet Vol. 41.3 Sept 2012., 310 x 415 x 12mm





From Jas…

3 11 2012

Emma Beer

she likes yellow

now showing

 

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916

or contact the gallery via the website.

image: Emma Beer naughty forty and now 2012 acrylic and oil on canvas  62 x 49 cm





In from Jas…

15 10 2012

Emily Valentine

feather flings 

now showing

jas hugonnet gallery http://www.hugonnet.com.au/

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916

or contact the gallery via the website.

Image Emily Valentine  Loriplane 2012 Mixed Media  13 x 11 x 5cm

Photo: John Lee

We love this sheila’s work, big time.

Thanks Jas.





August catch-up…

12 08 2012

Goodness, we’re nearly at the half-way mark through August and we’ve not yet spread any of the love….better late than never, so here’s a bit of a job lot…

First up, Jas biz…

 

Mark Gerada

now showing

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

mediarelease

Mark Gerada is a multi-disciplinary practitioner who lives and works in the mountains west of Sydney. He is a painter, illustrator and teacher with a background in architecture, ceramics and design. He has exhibited in Sydney, Melbourne, London, Brussels, China and Malta.

In this selection of works Gerada demonstrates his ability to combine abstraction and mixed media. Through the application and layering of media he creates space within the picture plane.

His dynamic brushwork evokes the act of painting where the subtle use texture creates depth.

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916 or contact the gallery via the website.

Image: Mark Gerada  Glamaig 2,  Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 60cm

And then there was Nigel’s starring role at Heidi

 

[We love that work Nige - super, super cool. We can feel a re-emergence coming on.

n(Ed)]

And then there was the fabbo snap sent around work by one of the Rangers…

 

 

…which shot us straight down memory lane to Rose Montebello’s wonderful Knot…

 

 

And then there were last week’s highlights – like another circulated work pic of winter on the Brown…

 

 

And news of Alex’s upcoming show, opening this coming Thursday night (16th August) at Beaver…

 

Be still our beating heart  – we love Alex’s work. If Megsie manages to shrug off her current state (flu-blown) and make it across the Monaro for the Ranamok on Wednesday, the Gang may well manage to swing into the Beaver as well. Joy. (Just a reminder to our American friends that Beaver is the name of a gallery in Canberra…)





Just in from Jas…

22 07 2012

Louise Upshall

written on the body

now showing

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

media release

This series is about reclaiming the perfect, idealised images of models in fashion magazines.Upshall creates an alternative fashion parade where the artificial manner of the subjects is contrasted with cut out sections and scratches akin to physical and emotional scars.These broken subjects with fragmented titles take on a new persona, closer to Upshall’s own experience and ideals.”The women become whole, not despite, but because of their brokenness and imperfections. They carry traces of experience written on the body.”

To arrange an appointment, to view, or for media images, please call 0417 235 916 or contact the gallery via the website.

Image: Louise Upshall

she looked enviably radiant 2012

oil on card, 26 x 19cm





From Jas…

17 03 2012

Paul Sutton

After the Rain  

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

mediarelease

Sutton’s work focuses on the art of seeing, recording his experience of being in the world and creating evocative viewing encounters.

This collection began with the simple premise of making photographs after the rain, when the roads become mirrors, and the gutters shorelines.

After many forays into the drenched streets Sutton’s attention was drawn to fallen graphics, drops of light, and other washed up surprises.

The works that form After the Rain evoke the feeling of being outside when the air, charged with negative ions, presides over a wet and rejuvenated scene.

Now showing March 15 to June 15

to view the collection please click

http://www.hugonnet.com.au/nowshowing.php

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916 or contact the gallery via the website.





Jas pumping…

28 02 2012

 

Natalie Mather

jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

mediarelease

Sabotage is a new series of works by Mather focusing on impact: literal collisions, grand apocalyptic blasts and crashes in space achieved through line and colour.

The paintings’ images are inspired by geological formations, folded paper sculptures and Soviet science fiction films while the small-scale sculpture showing combines concrete with enamel and folded aluminium to resemble the lost detritus of a neon apocalypse.

This exciting work reveals the possibilities of construction and destruction in painting, an imagined future, both glittering and synthetic in a state of toxicity and decay.

To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916 or contact the gallery via the website.

Image Natalie Mather don’t fall, OH GOD! don’t fall 2012 oil, enamel, spraypaint and acrylic on plywood 100 x 80cm





Jas biz…

13 02 2012

Andrew O’Brien

 jas hugonnet gallery www.hugonnet.com.au

 media release

jas hugonnet gallery is pleased to announce that Andrew O’Brien has joined the galley. O’ Brien creates a narrative through collage highlighting society’s neglected issues through the mediums of flotsam and jetsam. Inspired literally by archeology of the inner urban lane-way and the process of hiding and removing, he mines the past exposing delicate cultural issues.

 A selection of works are available via the artist’s tab on the home page.

With considerable interest from collectors and the media, O’Brien is proving to be a solid investment in the Australian art market. To arrange an appointment to view or for media images, please call 0417 235 916 or contact the gallery via the website.

 

Image Andrew O’Brien Consumption 2011 mixed media 120 x 90cm

 









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