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Published by artHIVES for the first time on the occasion of the exhibition Moth Song at Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London in January 2012.
Allyson Reynolds | moth song
New artHIVES Publication
Ross Booker | Out from Alice
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an interdisciplinary collaboration between visual artist Allyson Reynolds and composer Heinz Riegler.
score for a mineral landscape
12" Black Vinyl recording
100 page full colour hardcover book.
Unique Heinz Riegler drawing
Handcrafted embossed clam-shell soldander box

 

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Latest News

Di West at Asia Contemporary Art Show

Di West is thrilled to have been selected to have five of her artworks, including Star Jump (pictured), featured in the Asia Contemporary Art Show in Hong Kong, which runs from 12 - 15 March 2015.

An edition of one of Di's bronze sculptures, titled "The Last Tree", which was previously chosen as The People's Choice" in the Sunshine Coast Art Prize, is also included in the group of works to be shown and hosted by Gallery Eumundi.

Roo Shooter off to Perth

Jimmy Rix's latest work is on its way to Western Australia for the 11th Sculpture by the Sea exhibition at Cottesloe Beach. Seventy sculptors from Australia and Overseas will exhibit their work. This is the third time Rix has been selected to send his work to Cottesloe for this event.

This year Rix's work Roo Shooter will be sure to entertain the 200,000 visitors to this event. Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe will run from 6th to 23rd March.

Adrienne Williams wins Residency in the USA

Adrienne Williams is one of two Wide Bay artists chosen to undertake an Artist in Residence opportunity in New Mexico, USA, later this year. The residency is part of the larger project Wide Bay High Desert II where 6 Wide Bay artists and 6 New Mexican artists will exhibit artworks in each other’s regions and spend the year sharing their techniques and work practices on a communal Blog.

Commemorations of World War I

Helen Malone's artist book Back to the Front, made in an edition of four, will be displayed at four venues in the coming months. It will be included in the exhibition Between the Sheets at Gallery Central, 12 Aberdeen Street, Perth, WA from 7 March to 2 April 2015.

Hong Kong Transition

Fiona Kennedy Altoft has recently moved to Hong Kong to take on the Head of Art at an International School there. Originally she was going to of as an Artist-in-Residence but the school loved the fact she was a practicing artist and teacher.

It has seen some exciting changes in her outlook on her work. It has been an easy transition for her work continuing with her hybrid birds as her subject matter, her work soon turned to themes of migration and small elements have indicated her move overseas.

Jen Conde in Water

Jen Conde's WaveJumper paintings have been included in WATER, an exhibition curated by Debbie Mackinnon and Julia Roberts which is part of Art Month Sydney. The exhibition is spread over two venues in St Leonards, Sydney, me artspace, (25 Atchison Street) and T1 Art Terminal (9 - 11 Atchison St).

Scientia | Art + Science

Nicola Moss' hand cut paper works are on show in Scientia, a group exhibition presented by Art Est. Gallery in conjunction with Art Month Sydney and LOST (Leichhardt Open Studio Trail). Curated by Lisa Woolfe, Scientia features seven artists whose work is informed by one or more of 'the Sciences' - including James Blackwell, Claude Jones, Laura Jade Hindes, Rachael McCallum, Nicola Moss, Meaghan Potter, Jane Theau.

HyperSigns Solo Show

Sydney artist Elliott Nimmo exhibited his solo exhibition, HyperSigns, at the National Art School this February. The body of work, developed over the course of his MFA, is an exploration into advertising and fashion imagery as a subject for painting.