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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
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
New artHIVES Publication
Ross Booker | Out from Alice
Ross Booker Out from Alice cover.jpg


Robyn Dansie now at Print Decor

Robyn Dansie is now exhibiting a selection of her work at Print Decor, 60 Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria.

Print Decor is a specialist gallery and store promoting a number of well known artists and providing support and advice for customers wishing to incorporate original artworks into their home decor. Robyn's work will be on show at Print Decor for the foreseeable future.

Best Artwork By A Local Artist

Art photographer Athene Currie received the Best Artwork By A Local Artist award at the Morton Bay Regional Art Awards, May 15th, 2015.

Hiraani #2 a black and white medium format Holga film image from the series titled 8 was judged by Jan Manton, Director of Jan Manton Gallery, Brisbane.  
The photograph (900cm x 900cm) was drum scanned and printed on archival paper by Brisbane Digital Images and framed by ArtisPure at Woloongabba Art Gallery.

Sharon Jewell - The Murmur of Surfaces

The Murmur of Surfaces, opening at the Caboolture Regional Gallery on 2 May 2015, is a Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection In Perspective exhibition that showcases the strength and diversity of Sharon Jewell’s artistic career to date. The title, Murmur of Surfaces, refers both to the material and compositional emphasis of much of the work in this exhibition. The drawings in her new body of work focus on objects that might be described simply as surfaces; such as paper, cloth and walls.

Rich Tapestries of paintings and ceramics

Alison Hill and Bronwyn Theobald's exhibition Rich Tapestries is opening in Hobart, 6 May 2015, at the Salamanca Arts Centre's Sidespace Gallery. It continues until 19 May and is open daily from 10.00am to 5.00pm.

A shared love of oriental carpets became the starting point for this exhibition and it is a thread that continues to unite the work, even as the artist's paths diverge.

Jimmy Rix wins major prize

Jimmy Rix has won the major prize at Lake Lights Sculpture Prize in Jindabyne, NSW for the second year in a row. This has topped off a very successful month for the sculptor after receiving highly commended at Sculpture on the Greens in Wyong and Sculpture in the Valley at Kangaroo Valley, NSW. Jimmy is looking forward to exhibiting later in the year at Swell in Currumbin and spending time in his native Queenland, before he shows at Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi in October.

David Henderson's First Exhibition in Italy

Brisbane artist David Henderson has just completed a 6 week residency at creta rome, an organisation dedicated to the visual arts in all media, based in the centre of the city. The works produced during this period were included in an exhibition Rome Florence Venice in the creta rome gallery at 17, via dei Delfini. 

Geometricks II by Lyndal Hargrave

An exhibition of new paintings and wall based sculptures Geometricks II by Lyndal Hargrave will be exhibited at the Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland from May 15, 2015. 

Hargrave is fascinated by the underlying structure of things and the sense of pattern that lies beneath the chaos of life. Geometry is at the heart of her investigations, from the patterns of spider webs to the movement of the planets. The exhibition also explores and exploits 3 D illusion and the eternal quest of the artist to breath life into a two dimensional surface. 

Brisbane Sculpture Festival

Di West has been selected to showcase new work in the upcoming and inaugural Brisbane Sculpture Festival, organised by Sculptors Queensland. His Excellency, the Governor of Queensland, the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, is opening this special event on Friday 15 May from 5.30 - 7.30pm.

John Waters on reflection

South Australian artist John Waters' exhibition On Reflection will be showing at Frances Keevil Gallery, Bay Village, Double Bay, NSW between from 5 - 24 May 2015.  The exhibition is to be opened by Howard Bersten, Director TLB Engineers on Saturday the 9 May between 5 and 7pm.

minus20degree calling for submissions

Heinz Riegler continues to take his work back and forth between Australia and Europe. Currently working in his native Austria on recordings for a major new LP release, Riegler is also part of the concept and organisation team of an biennial art and architecture festival in the Austrian Alps.

minus20degree is calling for submissions from artists for inclusion in the third edition of the festival which will take place 28 – 30 January, 2016.

Sally Duhig exhibiting in the Dog Show

Sally Duhig has made new work for a group exhibition, DOG SHOW, at Wolloooongabba Art Gallery 5 May until 30 May 2015. The artists included are: Frederick Ward, Annete Hale, David Spooner, Euan Mcleod, Gina Allain, Glen O'Malley, Glenn Morgan, Ian Smith, Jonathan McBurnie, Pat hoffie, Peter Hudson, Ron McBurnie, Sally Duhig, Sally Molloy, Stephen Nothling, Sue Ryan, Zoe Porter, Andrew Moynihan, Carl Schenkel, Gary Namponan, Bevan Namponan, Leigh Namponan, David Marpoondin & Roderick Yunkaporta. Sally is exhibiting a mixed media sculpture which is a hybrid of her body and her poodle Errol as well as a number of drawings of Errol playing.

New Stephen Mok Ceramics

Stephen Mok, along with Brendan Smith, Sean Philips and Amelia Bowe, will take part in the inaugural exhibition at blackhatgallery (779 Stanley St, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, Queensland). The exhibition will run over the weekend of 28 and 29 March and features new ceramic work by Mok. Stephen has been working with Brisbane ceramicist Kylie Johnson at her Paper Boat Press studios in Ashgrove and completed the work over the last few months.