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. In a pocket of the … read more →
Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery are proud to present the first TVH joint exhibition of Queensland’s hottest emerging artists.
The day Wangkajunga artist Lloyd Kwilla was born, a tribal leader, healer and great bushman from his Sandy Desert region had died. According to Wangkajunga law, Kwilla therefore inherited both … read more →
The Exhibition juxtaposes the romance of Paris with the ethereal Australian landscape. Both cityscape and landscapes unite in their inspiring beauty.
We are thrilled to be showing the powerful works of Alison Anderson. We are all excited to be students learning about the Indigenous Art experience from the unique perspective of … read more →
To open an exciting New Year, the Directors invite you to our first exhibition of 2011. Opens 16th February to the 27th February. “I have always found a reassurance in … read more →
Palla was born in Urmchi, Western China in 1957. From the age of 17 he studied painting at University of Xian for 7 years. Since arriving in Australia in 1985 … read more →
Fusing and confusing the traditional distinctions between high culture and low art, celebrated American pop artist, Peter Mars, turns his unique interpretation of popular culture to one of the greatest … read more →
I am continually surprised at how enchanted I am by this land and this life I am living. Even though I live a mere breath from the beach, where my … read more →