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Paul Davies in Los Angeles

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The MAK Centre for Art and Architecture West Hollywood and This x That (who dedicates to bringing architecture and design to broader audiences) present a site-specific installation by artist Paul Davies at the Fitzpatrick-Leland House in Los Angeles.
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Big Apple Impact

Sydney Morning Herald, Private Sydney
Andrew Hornery
21 October 2017

Australian birdlife was also ruffling feathers in New York last week when Sydney gallery owner Tim Olsen had a star-studded cast turn up for the launch of artist Leila Jeffreys' extraordinary bird portraits at his Manhattan gallery Olsen Gruin, which has made quite an impact on the Big Apple art scene in just a few short months.

Image: Brooke Shields with Tim Olsen and Emerald Gruin in New York. Photo: Supplied


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Head to head — Tim Storrier v McLean Edwards in Australia’s richest art prize

The Daily Telegraph
Jacqui Taffel, Wentworth Courier
17 October 2017

ARTIST McLean Edwards is all over the Doug Moran portrait prize this year.

The two paintings he entered, of film maker Warwick Thornton and a self-portrait, were selected as semi-finalists. The self-portrait made it into the finalists, as did Tim Storrier’s portrait of Edwards, both vying to win $150,000 this week in Australia’s richest art prize.

_View online at www.thedailytelegraph.com.au


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Brooke Sheilds Manhattan Townhouse

PEOPLE Hollywood at Home
October 2017

Brooke Sheilds' Manhattan Townhouse. 
The actress decorates with style and substance.

Feathering her nest - Skye the Cockatoo - one of several large scale bird photos by Shields's friend Australian artist Leila Jeffreys on display - watches over the kitchen...


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Whiteley scholarship for young artist Sally Anderson

The Australian
Emily Ritchie
13 October 2017

The fact an everyday object, such as a flower, can hold significant emotional importance and trigger memories forms the inspiration behind most of Sally Anderson’s work, including her winning entry in this year’s Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship.

“Everyone has stories attached to things,” the 27-year-old Sydney artist said. “I’m fascinated by the brain and cognition and how we hold emotional weight within ­certain objects. It’s so interesting to me how objects or landscapes can hold memories and how those memories can change over time; it’s not fixed.”

 


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Artist Sally Anderson wins Brett Whiteley travelling art scholarship

Sydney Morning Herald
Linda Morris
12 October 2017

Just one day after opening her first commercial solo exhibition in Sydney, artist Sally Anderson has won the 2017 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship. The 27-year-old was awarded the prize, a three-month residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris and $40,000 in living and travel expenses, for her painting Dilling's Bromeliads with Gullfoss Falls, an intriguing pairing of landscape and still life.

Photo: Artist Sally Anderson: ''I'm fascinated by memory.'' Photo: Kate Geraghty


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Laura Jones | A Diary of a Changing Reef

Dumbo Feather
3 September 2017

Laura brings to life her experience of witnessing the Great Barrier Reef’s changing conditions, how she learnt to use her art as a form of activism and how she worked alongside science to interpret and bring attention to the problems that our planet is facing.
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GEORGE BYRNE | JONES MAGAZINE

Jones Magazine
Georgina Safe
August 2017


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THE ARTISTIC IMPULSE OF ONE OF AUSTRALIA

Sydney Morning Herald
Linda Morris
14/8/2017


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Life drawing with Archibald finalists is now an option

VOGUE LIVING AUSTRALIA
Francesca Wallace
23 June 2017


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Bleached | The Reef Through An Artist

2SER BREAKFAST RADIO
Jack Schmidt
May 2017


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George Byrne | VOGUE ONLINE

Vogue Magazine
Angelica Xidias
31 May 2017


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Laura Jones in Conversation

ABC TV arts show The Mix
James Valentine
20 May 2017

Talking art education with Laura Jones, Steven Alderton and Andrew Frost. 

 

Watch the full episode on http://www.abc.net.au/news/programs/the-mix/2017-05-20/the-mix/8543842 

 

 


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STUDIO VISIT | LAURA JONES

Broadsheet Sydney
Molly Urquhart
2017

Laura Jones' upcoming exhibition features a series of paintings and sculptures depicting the life and death of the Great Barrier Reef.

Read the full article on Broadsheet Sydney's website here.


STREET ART: George Byrne

The Australian Wish Magazine
Milanda Rout
7 April 2017

George Byrne found his style in the urban jungle, so a residency in a Northern NSW coastal town was the last thing he expected.
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Australian artist John Olsen - A larrikin legend still breaking all the rules

Australian Womens Weekly
Susan Chenery
April 2017

Living the artistic life sounds romantic, but there have been some dark and difficult moments in the life of the irrepressible artist John Olsen and his family. Susan Chenery meets a living legend and his talented offspring.
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"Hello my lovelies": Artist John Olsen greets his past at the Art Gallery of NSW Retrospective

Sydney Morning Herald
Linda Morris
10 March 2017

"Hello, my lovelies, you are still here," the artist John Olsen exclaims as if approaching old friends.  On the wall of the Art Gallery of NSW are a series of oils painted in the early 1960s from which the new retrospective, John Olsen: the you beaut country, borrows its laconic title.


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