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"OUTBACK - Peter Griffen Exhibition"
by PETER GRIFFEN
31-05-2018 - 30-09-2018

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"Marshall Williams - Soho Galleries"
by MARSHALL WILLIAMS
01-06-2018 - 30-09-2018

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"Contemporary Figurative Paintings "
by MICHEL CANETTI
02-06-2018 - 30-10-2018

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Previous exhibitions

 

CONTEMPORARY  SCULPTURE
The Ancient One
whitespacer "CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE"
by ULRIC STEINER
05-06-2018 - 16-08-2018

Exhibition Comments:

Exhibiting at  ArtPark Sculpture Exhibitions Sydney 

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Neville Pilven - Landscape Paintings
West of Condello
whitespacer "Neville Pilven - Landscape Paintings"
by NEVILLE PILVEN
06-06-2018 - 30-08-2018

Exhibition Comments:

Contemporary Australian Landscape paintings

Soho Sydney Showroom Gallery & Hunter Galleries Hunter valley

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CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE
HANSEI
whitespacer "CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE"
by JAMES WORTH
07-06-2018 - 30-07-2018

Exhibition Comments:

Soho Galleries & ArtPark Exhibitions

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Bronze Sculpture
RH LACUNAE
whitespacer "Bronze Sculpture"
by ROBIN HOLLIDAY
08-06-2018 - 30-07-2018

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ROBIN HOLLIDAY  ARTIST SCULPTOR     

 (November l932 - April 2014)

CONTEMPORARY BRONZE SCULPTURE   Soho Galleries & ArtPark Exhibitions

 Robin's interest in sculpture dates back to the l960s and l970s when he
attended classes at an Art School in Hertford, Herts, UK, and also at the
Camden Art Centre, Finchley, London. Two of his instructors were the
established sculptors Mark Harvey and Jesse Watkins, and three others
had worked as assistants to Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Eduardo
Paolozzi. He have worked with stone, wood, clay and plaster.Robin  also obtained
instruction in art metalwork, and have experimented with mixed media.

Robin's work was  mainly abstract, but sometimes bridged the gap between
representational forms and abstract ones. This is in part due to the
influence of organic shapes on his sculpture. A technique of  working
mainly in plaster, built up on wire armatures and a combination of
adding plaster and carving or wearing it down he  achievde the final form.
This was  then finished with a bronze patina, or caste in bronze. In Sydney
one of his abstract pieces, known as "Diad", had been caste in bronze
at Alan Crawford's foundry.

Robin had been influenced strongly by the established British school of
abstract sculpture, particularly Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth,
but also Lynn Chadwick and Reg Butler. His  interest in organic forms
can be related to the paintings, drawings and prints of Graham Sutherland.

As well as a part-time sculptor, Robin was  an author, and earned
his  living until retirement in l997 as a scientist, specialising in genetics
and cell biology.

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Alan Warner - Soho Galleries
AW SUITS
whitespacer "Alan Warner - Soho Galleries"
by ALAN WARNER
08-06-2018 - 30-11--0001

Exhibition Comments:

Contemporary Wall Relief

Showroom Gallery Exhibition

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Graeme Balchin Art
Suivez moi dans la foret #1
whitespacer "Graeme Balchin Art"
by GRAEME BALCHIN
08-06-2018 - 18-07-2018

Exhibition Comments:

Soho Galleries Sydney - Exhibition showrooms 2018

Graeme Balchin (1948-2018)  

Graeme Balchin past exhibitions 2012, 2013, 2016, interviews, artist information - playlist  link -Graeme Balchin Art

Unsold artworks are Not for sale. 

Visit Graeme Balchin facebook for messages to family and friends.

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CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE
Burning Man
whitespacer "CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE"
by JOHN GARDNER
09-06-2018 - 31-07-2018

Exhibition Comments:

ArtPark Sculpture and Soho Exhibitions

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Contemporary Sculpture
Pemuwuluys Rest
whitespacer "Contemporary Sculpture "
by STEPHEN COBURN
09-06-2018 - 30-08-2018

Exhibition Comments:

SMALL & LARGE FORMAT CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE

Soho Galleries and Artpark Exhibitions

Stephen Coburn was born in Sydney in 1955. He achieved his School Certificate in 1971 at St Ives High School and his Higher School Certificate at Chiron College in 1977 After attending Hornsby Technical College from 1972 73, he studied at East Sydney Technical College between 1974-78,gaining his Diploma of Art(Sculpture). During this time he also played music and preformed as the bass player for the Pop group Mental as anything. He went on to further study at Canberra College of Advanced Education from 1980  83, specializing in the conservation of paintings and fine art.

Coburn has also traveled extensively and has a diverse range of professional experience to his credit. In 1969-71 he lived in Paris and traveled to Italy, Spain, England Switzerland, Belgium and Holland. In more recent times he has also visited Indonesia, the United States of America, and made extensive trips around Australia.

After many years of concentrating on painting, having many solo exhibitions and exhibiting in numerous group exhibitions Coburn has returned to Sculpture. He exhibited at Sculpture By The Sea in 2002,  2007 and 2009. He had an exhibition based on the Hawkesbury River called the Deerubbin Series at the Depot Gallery Danks Street. Coburn describes his style as a balance between Human endeavor and Nature; there is an environmental theme through his work. This can be seen in his series Revenge of the Roadkill where he turns cars into animals. Coburn continues to paint, make sculpture and play music from his studio in Mosman.

Artwork visual, CV and list of works on application.

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Contemporary Sculpture
Bruce Sculpture
whitespacer "Contemporary Sculpture "
by OLIVIER DUHAMEL
09-06-2018 - 01-08-2018

Exhibition Comments:

Soho Showrooms Group Exhibitions

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Artpark  Sculpture Exhibition
GC THE CARBON FAMILY SCULPTURE
whitespacer "Artpark Sculpture Exhibition"
by GARY CHRISTIAN
17-06-2018 - 30-08-2018

Exhibition Comments:

ArtPark Australia Sculpture Exhibitions 

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