It is always a pleasure to visit the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition. All of the participants have been selected by a panel as examples of success in their chosen media. The graduates in this exhibition studied at one of the three major Art Schools in South Australia; Adelaide Central School of Art, Adelaide
Louise Feneley is a consummate painter of the Australian landscape. Her work is uplifting and inspirational. Her latest exhibition, Viewpoint at Hillsmith Gallery is breathtaking. Louise’s treatment of light, atmosphere and landscape together, take the viewer on a journey. I was fortunate enough to be able to ask her
I had the pleasure of visiting a unique exhibition of hand cut pieces by Adelaide artist Ellen Marie Schlobohm at Urban Cow Gallery in the city. Her exhibition continues until the 27th of September. The works are entirely paper and have been meticulously cut to reveal fascinating scenes in
Claire Ishino is an Adelaide artist with a strong Japanese influence. Her work is absolutely captivating; beautifully and meticulously executed. I was able to visit her latest exhibition- Haru (spring) at Urban Cow studio. Her colour works are spectacular; clean and crisp, they warm the eye and the heart.
This exhibition is at prospect gallery until the 6th of April. The Coorong is a 130km stretch of coastland in South Australia. Massive dunes rise up against formidable surf while behind them sits tranquil waters. The mouth of the Murray river is situated at the northern end. It is