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Published by artHIVES for the first time on the occasion of the exhibition Moth Song at Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London in January 2012.
Allyson Reynolds | moth song
an interdisciplinary collaboration between visual artist Allyson Reynolds and composer Heinz Riegler.
score for a mineral landscape
12" Black Vinyl recording
100 page full colour hardcover book.
Unique Heinz Riegler drawing
Handcrafted embossed clam-shell soldander box
New artHIVES Publication
Ross Booker | Out from Alice
Ross Booker Out from Alice cover.jpg


Anita West Highly Commended

Anita West's painting Garden of Gold has received a Highly Commended award at the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2016 judged by Barry Keldoulis CEO and Group Fairs Director of Art Fairs Australia, Prof Eleanor Gates-Stuart, Professor in Techno Art at National Cheng Kung University Taiwan, Professor Klaus Rohde, Emeritus Professor at University of New England and Brian Oldman, Director of South Australian Museum.

Lindy Sale in Waterhouse Art Prize

Lindy Sale's painting Closer was selected as a finalist for the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2016 showing at the South Australian Museum, Adelaide from 10 June 2016 until 31 July 2016.

Nick Ashby Exhibits #Places

Nick Asby's new exhibition of recent paintings opens at Wooloongabba Art Gallery on Wednesday night 2 March, 2016 from 6-8pm.

Nicola Moss - City and Nature

City and Nature, will be exhibited at Gallerysmith Project Space in North Melbourne from 24th September, showcasing a new body of hand cut paper works and collage by Nicola Moss.

Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Finalists Announced.

Congratulations to Karl De Waal who is a finalist in the 2015 Wynne Prize at Art Gallery of New South Wales. 

The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes will be announced 17 July 2015.

The 2015 Archibald Prize finalists are: 

Heinz Riegler New Blocks Series

Taking time out from working on a number of audio based projects and his co-curatorship of the minus20degree Art and Architecture Biennale in alpine Austria, Heinz Riegler returns to his visual practice with a series of watercolour-on-paper works. Titled Blocks, Riegler views these new works in direct continuatiuon from his previous Unlearning series.

Two new solo exhibitions

Kym Barrett is exhibiting her latest mixed media works in an exhibition, FLOW and EBB at Regional Arts House, 24 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe, Queensland running from 9 July until 23 September.  Opening night is 9 July, with an artist talk on 11 July at 10.30am, and a demonstration of practice on 25 July from 11am - 2pm, all at Regional Arts House.  At a surface level, FLOW and EBB alludes to the constant rhythm of tidal water, a back and forth movement. The abstract imagery evokes passages of water and patterns of landscape.

NEW WORK at Jan Murphy Gallery

A.J.Taylor will be exhibiting exciting new work in a group exhibition at Jan Murphy Gallery from 16 June 2015, including two new rainforest panoramas from his highly sought-after Paynter Creek series and new works from his Wild Horse Mountain series.

From Hawkesbury to Caboolture

Curated by Diana Robson, Exploring: BigCi features a survey of works selected from Australian and International BigCi artists in residence.  BigCi (Bilpin International Grounds for Creative Initiatives) sits within the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, providing access to a rich ecology covering over one million hectares. 

CODE, exhibition opening soon

In readiness for her forthcoming exhibition CODE Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox has updated her website and included a new gallery of images from the exhibition which opens 21 July and continues until August 2 at Graydon Gallery, 29 Merthyr Rd, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

New Vessels at the Old Friary

Jennifer Long will be exhibiting recent works exploring a recurring theme of vessels at the Old Friary, 139 Brookfield Road, Kenmore Hills. The exhibition opens on Sunday 21 June at 10.30am until 2.30pm and continues until 20 July. After winning 3rd prize in Diversity of Art at RQAS in May, Jennifer has been selected for the Lethbridge Small Scale Art Awards which opens 13 June and recently sold her rice paper vessel suite Trialogue of Vessels at the Rotary Art Spectacular.

International Exchange Project for Kick Arts

Thinking of Place, an international exchange project, is a collaborative venture between Inkmasters Cairns Inc and four other print groups: Goldfields Printmakers (Victoria), Melbourne Printmakers Group, North Island Printmakers (New Zealand) and Te Wai Pounamu Printmakers (New Zealand). 

Artists have engaged with the theme for Thinking of Place with works related to concepts of land, country, the built and natural environment, colonization, ancestral connections, identity and imagined locations.