Thursday, November 4, 2010
Exhibiting 8/11/2010 - 24/11/2010
An exhibition of new linocuts from Narelle Badalassi
Widely known for her quirky and interesting letterpress stationary and design and her accomplished linocuts, Narelle has lived and worked locally and prolifically for over 2 decades.
Recently Narelle has worked under her pseudonym Ruby Victoria Letterpress, and can be found at several Tasmanian design markets.
Linocuts sees a departure in Narelle's recent work, from the domestic to the wild. Linocuts is a series of hand-coloured native bird prints, rendered from an original illustration. Intuitive and emotive, this body of work hints at a world we might otherwise miss and a privacy reserved for only the patient.
For more information about the show, contact:
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
If you were unlucky enough to miss these shows, here is a tease:
Installation shot: work by Gabbee Stolp, Pip Stafford and Fran Burgess
Installation shot: Pip Stafford and Fran Burgess
Jewellery by Gabbee Stolp
Installation shot: work by Pip Stafford and Fran Burgess
installation shot: jewellery by Gabbee Stolp
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Rainy Days are here again! After such a huge success last year in Elizabeth Street, we've decided to do it all over again for those of you who missed out and for those of you who are keen to go again!
The format of the show is the same as last year, any person may apply to be included in the show. Entry is $15 including your kit (a lovely chunky, primed plywood board, 10 x 10cm, wired and ready to hang) on which you are free to create a piece with no limits on subject or medium. Extra kits are $5 each up to a maximum of 3 in total, per artist. The artist can decide the sale price of the work and of that, the artist keeps 70% and the gallery keeps 30%.
Here are some important Rainy Days for your diary:
Registration Deadline: 30th June
Deadline for receiving artwork: 9th July
Opening Night 14th July
Closing Date 27th July
And, best of all, for all you jewellers, Rebecca Roth is holding 'A Winter's Ring' exhibition to coincide with' Rainy Days.' The concept is the same, except you are able to create a ring, there are no limits on design or medium.
Or, if you're like me and can't decide, enter both!
til very soon,
For more information and an application form, get hold of us:
for 'Rainy Days', email: Jemima firstname.lastname@example.org
for 'A Winter's Ring' email: Rebecca email@example.com
or pop into the shop (we're open 7 days) and grab a form and a kit
Thursday, June 3, 2010
acrylic on canvas
acrylic on canvas
acrylic on canvas
for more information on any of the works featured, please contact the gallery
on (03)6223 5787 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
we're here again! thanks for your patience. we can prove it was worth it! you can pretty much find us 7 days a week, 7 hours a day at 77 Salamanca Place, shop number 8, in hobart, in tasmania...
and if we haven't told you already then we will now (with an excited glee) that we've merged our artspace with Rebecca Roth, who hardly needs an introduction... BUT... Rebecca is responsible for the Beautiful resin design jewelry you've seen adorning our shelves in Elizabeth Street.
We're extremely excited about our exhibition calender for the coming year, its crammed with goods you just have to see.
So please take the time to meet Rebecca, if not here then in the shop AND if you're not already on our mailing list you're crazy... but you can still sign up through our (long-awaited) website (still under construction but looking FABO thanks to BEC NALLY) a mere link away to : http://www.cubeartanddesign.com.au/
and in an old-fashioned kind of way, we're always here at: email@example.com