McInnis’s paintings in mixed media are an immediate response to the environment.
This current series explores the natural environment - and its internal landscape - the word of humanity.
Featuring a summer showcase of collectable fine art from the stockroom.
The annual Christmas Exhibition is a celebration of Australian art.
Ever thought about acquiring a very small painting by a well-known artist? There is something intimate about a small work of art.
This exhibition will showcase a diverse range of artists and images of animals in modern art today.
In this exhibition Neil Taylor continues to explore his unique combination of romanticism, mysticism and naturalism in interpreting the Australian bush.
The paintings and drawings for this exhibition of the Italian country-side and its people are a creative response to his last major painting trip there.
This exhibition is an important survey of Margaret Woodward's full oeuvre and range of media in painting, pastel and drawing.
This is the second solo show of talented emerging artist John Phillips, a recipient of numerous awards in painting and a past AGNSW Archibald Prize Finalist, Albany Art Prize Finalist and Paddington Art Prize Finalist.
Min Woo Bang’s landscapes explore elements of disintegration, loss and renewal in the final moments of daylight, mist drifting across a cliff face, or in a wave as it washes against a rock.
The process of drawing allows artists to express themselves with directness, honesty and freedom.
The Space Between navigates the shores of intimacy and traces the fragile lines of relationships.
David Collins' photography transforms the audience into an active voyeur; someone who is overwhelmed and engulfed by its effect, yet who, through c