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A Memory To Last A Lifetime

The value of family photographs are still treasured but the act of digital printing and framing is becoming less common. Family photographs are kept...

Experts In The Frame

The importance of framing is often disregarded when deciding on how to present and preserve treasured memories to sporting memorabilia. Are you one of...

3 Things to do in Newcastle

“Adam Cullen and the Cubists” at the Cook Hills Galleries Adam Cullen obtained the popular Archibald Prize in 2000 for his depiction of David...

Art Mob’s Latest Exhibition is Shattering Glass Ceilings

‘Glass: An addition to the Aboriginal toolkit’ is the fifth and latest exhibition from Alice Spring’s own Sam Juparulla Wickman. This is not the first...

Art Mob’s Exhibition Launch Today! Many Rivers to Cross

Art Mob’s newest exhibition hails from the small community of Lockhart River in far north Queensland. Euan, art connoisseur and director of Art Mob...

Empowerment In Our Differences: Belinda Nadwie On Her Artist’s Process

For any artist, finding time to create art can be a challenge. For Belinda Nadwie, prolific painter and mother of three, the few hours...

A Celebration of 2017: Art Mob Presents the Top 20

Art Mob is celebrating their most popular artists of 2017 with the exhibition opening at 6PM on Friday February 2nd, 2018. Torres Strait Islander...

Sweeping Landscapes to His Intimate Portrayals of Everyday Life.

Drawing inspiration from everyday life experiences, Maitland recreates these scenes with bold colours and strong lines, drawing the eye to the figures at the...

“Elation and Exuberance”: John Maitland’s Navigation of Memory

Capturing a sense of nostalgia and committing it to canvas, John Maitland’s work is a rich tapestry of memory, emotions, and experience. Determined to...

Mick England: Bringing Maningrida to Hobart

Maningrida, 500km east of Darwin, to Hobart is quite a trek, but Mick England is going the distance. Opening on Friday, October 13th, Mick’s...