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Red Hill Gallery

Red Hill Gallery is recognised as one of Brisbane's best Art Galleries, proudly operating in their heritage building since 1986. Representing many of Australia's leading artists, the gallery features a comprehensive selection of realist and impressionist, traditional and contemporary paintings, sculpture, glass art and ceramics.

Brisbane

Australia
Address:
61 Musgrave Road Red Hill
4059
Phone: 61 7 3368 1442
Fax: 61 7 3367 3107
Website: www.redhillgallery.com.au


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Artists Represented

Jamie Boyd, Herman Pekel, Joseph Zbukvic, John Beeman, Loretta Blake, Regina Noakes, Starr, Jane Creenaune, Piers Bateman, Mel Brigg, Conchita Carambano, Stephen Glassborow, John Maitland, Ken Strong, Wolfgang Lammle, Keith Rowe, Paul Margocsy,


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Current Exhibitions

Red Hill Gallery is privileged to be exhibiting internationally recognised South African artist Katherine Wood in her second Australian collection titled “After The Storm”.

Katherine’s work is not a depiction of any specific place or time but rather the essence of energy. The paintings play with a tension of contrasts; abstract versus realism, contemporary versus traditional,
texture verses smooth. There is a contrast of that which is defined, and of that which is not.

In this exhibition there is a play in the illusion of space. The splashes of abstract paint emphasises the two dimensionality of the canvas surface. Wood then places her traditional landscape inside the abstract creating the illusion of depth and a space beneath, a layering.

Different to the textural play on depth found in other examples of Katherine’s work but still playing with the idea of space - drawing the viewer into another dimension. In these works the usual “abstract in nature” theme is reversed and nature is now found in the abstract.

A signature of Katherine’s landscapes is her use of the Boscia albitrunca – the African "Tree ... [ Read all ]


Forthcoming Exhibitions

March - 'After The Storm' Katherine Wood and master potter Bill Powell

April - Stephen Glassborow, Linda Dry-Parker and Jenni Mumford


Previous Exhibitions

'Natures Embrace' by Jamie Boyd

A Major Solo Exhibition of Paintings.

Jamie Boyd has a lineage of illustrious predecessors who have become a great Australian artistic dynasty. With an ancestry of painters, sculptors, potters, musicians and writers, Jamie Boyd is the grandson of Merric Boyd and son of Arthur Boyd.

Over the course of his own career, he has established both an individual voice and an independent reputation. He is a magnificent craftsman and colourist whose observation of his subject matter is touched by the light and atmospherics expressed in his exhilarating visions of the landscape. He is constantly challenging and redefining his knowledge of art through experimentation and reinvention resulting in his intense, lyrical paintings.

English writer James Green says of Jamie Boyd “If Turner were alive today and could award his own Prize I am sure that he would give it to Jamie Boyd; and that Constable too would be glad to be in and of his company: that of an artist who keeps alive the traditional role of painting, which is not to viciously shock but to show with a jolt, to open our eyes to the fullness ... [ Read all ]


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Submission Policy

Red Hill Gallery only represents Australian Artists. Artists are to direct their artwork for consideration to the Director Margaret Campbell-Ryder.


Press Releases

available online in the media centre


Press Links

http://www.redhillgallery.com.au/2007/mediaCentre.html


News

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Location And Getting There

When:Daily Monday to Friday -
10.00 am to 5pm
Saturday - Sunday
10am to 4pm

Where:61 Musgrave Road
RED HILL in Brisbane
art@redhillgallery.com.au

How:by car- we have FREE parking outside the Gallery on Musgrave Road
By taxi- from the Brisbane CBD, taxis will bring you to the Gallery for a fare around $7-$10




Contact-Directors/Staff

Margaret Campbell-Ryder Director


Opening Times

Mon-Fri 10am-5pm
Sat-Sun 10am-4pm