Friday, September 17, 2021

Anna North

10 POSTS

‘Conversations with Margaret Preston’

ZETLAND: In its second major show of the year, Sullivan+Strumpf presents the latest offerings from one of Australia’s most exciting young Indigenous artists, Tony...

‘Paint like no one is watching’

Toni Clarke has been painting for many years and exhibiting her work since 2008 at the Melbourne Art Fair and M2 Gallery in Sydney....

The artist and the banker

Ray Saunderson was an artist who felt his lifestyle, the time spent alone, was turning him into a hermit. After walking away from his...

Colourful odyssey

On the day before the opening of Landscapes of Survival and Reconciliation by Jim Anderson I went to 107 Projects hoping to sneak a peek. I got lucky.

Wilde-inspired watercolours

Kim Carpenter has been collaborating with Oscar Wilde’s famous story since 1992 when his company Theatre of Image presented its second production of The...

Beauty, compassion – and a fierce message

Carriageworks was placed into voluntary administration on May 4. Two weeks later help came from philanthropists and the venue rose from the dead. The...

Artist Andy ventures into the blue

Following the success of her first sell-out show, artist Andjana (Andy) Pachkova’s new show, Fernweh: Into the Blue, will run at the Stanley Street...

The Warhol of Darlo

After 20 plus years in New York City artist David Art Wales is back in Sydney. Earlier this year he returned to his favourite inner-city suburb and since then the “Warhol of Darlo” has been voraciously busy.

Quarantine routine – Adam, Virginia and August

We are united but isolated. I am safe in the home I am so lucky to have, but when I go out to shop...

Quarantine routine – Emma

I realised Covid-19 had entered my consciousness on a brilliant sunny Sydney morning in early February. As I walked past a luxury liner docked...