We are proud to present Anita West as our first show in our newly renovated Landmark Seaforth Gallery. Artwork images and details will preview closer to opening. Please contact us at the gallery with any early enquiries. Continue reading
Shane is a self-confessed painting addict. His style developed from a love and passion for traditional realist painters and the magic of capturing light.
Shane considers his paintings to be an exciting series of discoveries, each piece informing the next, to bring insight and understanding to the work of his heroes.
Shane’s work takes us on a peculiar but strikingly original and evocative journey, through curious natural landscapes inhabited by bizarre but enduring characters. By exploring ways to blur traditional technique within the invention of his own world, he has created a wholly unique narrative that is at once hauntingly fantastic and visually rich. Shane’s work invites our minds to wander and drift, while exciting our imagination and curiosity.
After his first solo exhibition in 2008, Shane now emerges as an exciting and unique artist whose work portends a thrilling journey into the bizarre and extraordinary.
2011 Solo Exhibition ‘Last of their Lineage’, TVH Gallery NSW
2010 Solo Exhibition ‘Uncommon Ancestors’, A.P. Bond South Australia
2009 Solo Exhibition ‘From Somewhere Else’, Gallery 139 South Australia
2009 Group Exhibition Cranio-Facial, Gallery 139
2009 Group Exhibition Audi Scotch Art, Awarded ‘Student Choice Award’
The Mox is a shy creature. Although their uncanny appearance is at first startling, their gentility and care for all things natural is without doubt. Continue reading
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Harvey Galleries was founded by the Harvey family in 1994 with an eye to establish a dynamic and inclusive contemporary art space on the North Shore of Sydney. For almost three decades we have expanded our reach to over three gallery locations and an ever expanding stable of the best artists Australia has to offer.
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