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" Contemporary Art "
by ZOE ELLENBERG
25-11-2017 - 30-12-2017

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" Art Walk Map Waterloo"
by ART EXHIBITIONS SOHO SYDNEY
25-11-2017 - 20-12-2017

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"2017 ArtPark Sculpture at the Wharf"
by ARTPARK Australia Sculpture
27-11-2017 - 16-03-2018

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Great Southern Landscape Paintings
Landscape in Grey and Sepia Green
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by MARSHALL WILLIAMS
28-10-2017 - 30-11-2017

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CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS 2017

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Marshall Williams in his latest series of large paintings continues his fascination with the still and glass like surfaceswhich envelope the hulls floating quietly within their watery surrounds. The boats and the reflected imagery playacross the surface in a symmetrical and frontal expanse. Subsumed in soft colour and glowing with luminous light,the works exhibit a mood of silent calm. Drifting and stationary, often as single hull or paired in close relationshipto each other with a floating expanse of clouds above. Soft landscapes which echo the curve of the land now also make an appearance in this show.The mood and colour as much the subject of the works as the illusions of the image.

Exhibition catalogue available

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ArtPark Exhibition
Pacific Rim Sculpture Series
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by FONO MCCARTHY
30-10-2017 - 01-03-2018

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Large Format Sculpture

ArtPark Sculpture Exhibition Events

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Art at Headland Gallery Mosman
ART at Headland Mosman
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by ART EXHIBITIONS SOHO SYDNEY
30-10-2017 - 30-11-2017

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Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture 

Catalogue on application 

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Soho Galleries Waterloo
Art at Soho Galleries Waterloo
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by ART EXHIBITIONS SOHO SYDNEY
31-10-2017 - 30-11-2017

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Soho Galleries Waterloo Gallery set-up and  preparation  in progress.

Thank you for your patience while the gallery preparation is in process. 

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Soho Galleries Waterloo  

U105 , 197 Young Street 

Waterloo NSW 2017

Visit Waterloo Design Centre

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CONTEMPORARY   SCULPTURE
Affinity
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by LARISSA SMAGARINSKY
01-11-2017 - 30-11-2017

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LARISSA SMAGARINSKY   at ARTPARK  & SOHO  Galleries  SYDNEY

 CONTEMPORARY BRONZE SCULPTURE

'The idea for a new direction in my recent work is to find harmony in movement and proportion, elegance and simplicity in form. This is all combined in 'Harmony,' 'Eternal Youth,'  "Olympic Spirit' and 'Wild dancers'. One look at these sculptures should fill you with excitement and pleasure and a desire to touch them. The human body forever feeds my imagination, inspiring me as an artist to create again and again. 

But only the moment of discovery within our self has the meaning, and moves the artist to find a new language for these creations.  We treasure only the moment of discovery within our self. 

The hidden parts of our innermost natures are analogous to the secrets of the cosmos. We are constantly trying to uncover them, displaying them in the light of our understanding.' Larissa is consistently intent on capturing moments, spirits and essences; so much so that her legacy will be clear to both present and future generations 

Larissa Smagarinsky draws the inspiration for her themes from a vast arena. Her stimuli come also from the Bible, ancient history, modern events and from human emotions. However her main interest has been and still is the human body in repose or movement. Movement fascinates the artist and many of her most successful works embody movement in sport,  gymnastics and dance. Some sculptures are just called 'Movement' (1993) others are more closely  defined eg: 'Crazy ballet' (1988) and 'Wild Dance" (2002). Her other great interest is in the  portrayal of love from mythology and the present. Larissa Smagarinsky explores its many aspects from the highly erotic in 'Lover's Ecstasy' (1990) and 'Tired Lovers' (1990)  to the maternal filial love and finally to the sublimated divine love in "Madonna" (1992).

Larissa is consistently intent on capturing moments, spirits and essences; so much so that her legacy will be clear to both present and future generations.

  'The hidden parts of our innermost natures are  analogous to the secrets of the cosmos. We are  constantly trying to uncover them, displaying them in the light of our understanding.' 

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        Abstractions Exhibition 2017
Abstraction 2017
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by ART EXHIBITIONS SOHO SYDNEY
01-11-2017 - 30-11-2017

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Gallery showroom level Waterloo

Group Abstractions  2017 .  Paintings sculpture and wall relief.

 Catalogue on application. 

SOHO Galleries Sydney participating in Artmoney to buy Art. https://www.artmoney.com/au/galleries/gallery/17

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Wall Relief Sculpture
FLOATING FORM # 2
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by MIKE BAIRD
05-11-2017 - 30-11-2017

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Soho Galleries Waterloo

Waterloo Design Centre

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Great Southern Landscapes
JW HOME SWEET HOME
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by JAMES WILLEBRANT
06-11-2017 - 02-12-2017

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 CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN ART

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Exhibited at Soho Galleries

Even though I have been living and painting in the Blue Mountains for the last few decades, my fascination with Australias Eastern Seaboard and its iconic architectural beauty springs from my teenage years living in Sydneys North and being an avid surfer and later, extensively travelling the East Coast playing in rock and roll bands.

The Art Deco Bathing Pavilions, Surf Clubs and Ocean Baths have been a constant motif and preoccupation in my work.

My sharply defined style aims to not only capture something about the Australian experience of landscape - how we impose ourselves upon it, how we exist in it, but to also explore how our intense antipodean light illuminates and dominates that whole experience.


James Willebrant Exhibition 2015

 JAMES WILLEBRANT graduated from The National Art School in 1972 being awarded the National Art School Painting prize in 1970 and 1972 respectively.

While at The National Art School Willebrant had already established his unique vision and in 1973 was encouraged by fellow artist and Mentor Charles Blackman to mount his first Exhibition at Philip Bacon Galleries in Brisbane.
This seminal exhibition was enthusiastically received by the public and began a successful career as a professional painter, which has spanned 36 years and over 70 exhibitions throughout Australia and Overseas.
His work features in major Private, Public and Corporate Collections which include The National Galleries of Victoria, NSW and Queensland, Many Regional Galleries, Parliament House Collection, Australia-Japan Trade Commission, Sydney Theatre Company, Qantas,The Australian Embassy-Tokyo, Artbank, Australian Stock Exchange, The Deutsche Bank and several Major University Collections.

In the mid 1970s James Willebrant became part of the exiting evolution of the art scene in Australia showing his work at The Australian Galleries in Melbourne and with The Kym Bonython Gallery in Sydney. These two galleries in particular were at the forefront of the revolution that supported a new generation of Australian artists and captured the imagination of the Australian public. Willebrant and contemporaries like Brett Whiteley, Tim Storrier, John Coburn, Martin Sharpe and John Firth-Smith continued to redefine, explore and celebrate the Australian Experience as their precursors such as Streeton, Dobell, Tucker, Drysdale and Nolan had done.

James Willebrants style has been variously described as Surreal,  Pop-Art and even Existentialist but no label can adequately encompass or define the subtleties of this artistis unique work He paints the Australian landscape and captures its amazing light He celebrates popular Australian cultureHe paints the Human Being in this landscape and as we look at his everyman-everywoman figures caught in a particular moment of Being we are brought back to some deep personal recognition, emotion or memory. Such a response needs no label, no critical thesis. It just is.. the essence of Good Art.
It provokes, it stimulates, it celebrates and it intimates something about our essence, which is beyond words.

In 1986 James Willebrant moved from Balmain to The Blue Mountains seeking new horizons both literally and figuratively. The physically beautiful and at times spiritually challenging atmosphere of the mountains saw his work expand both thematically and stylistically.

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Great Southern Landscape Paintings
Border Ranges
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by ROSS TAMLIN
06-11-2017 - 30-12-2017

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Soho Galleries Group 

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ArtPark Sculpture at the Wharf
Pauanui 1
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by ARTPARK Australia Sculpture
11-11-2017 - 16-03-2018

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ArtPark Australia Sculpture at the Wharf - Exhibition November to March

Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf, Terraces, and Level 2 Concourse Display

Visit exhibition - Free to see - Sculpture map and enquiries on application 

visit ArtPark www.artpark.com.au

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