Current Exhibitions

Amanda Westley - Colours of Country

3 September - 3 October 2021

Amanda Westley is a Ngarrindjeri woman and contemporary Aboriginal dot artist, born in Victor Harbor, South Australia in 1985. Her paintings represent Country from an aerial view, and she uses a combination of ocean colours and earth colours to represent her Country and coastal town. Amanda’s family is one of the oldest Aboriginal families on South Australia's south coast. By creating these paintings, she is acknowledging the important connection her family has with this land.

Featured artwork: 'Colours of Country' (detail), acrylic on canvas, 61cm x 91cm.


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Christina Cordero - Survey

3 September - 3 October 2021

Christina Cordero was born in Chile and developed her unique style of art through years of travel and exploration. After emigrating to Australia, Christina studied painting and printmaking in Sydney, where she is now based. Christina's imagery arises from a highly personal realm, with influences of musical theory and the Latin-American concept of ‘magic realism’.

Featured artwork: 'Twilight Narrative', etching print, framed 51cm x 51cm.


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Upcoming Exhibitions

‘The Nature of Things’ - Group Exhibition

8th of October - 7th of November

'The Nature of Things' is a group exhibition featuring work by artists taking inspiration from and eluding to the natural landscape and environment. Artists exhibiting in this show: Jackie Anderson (NSW) Sally Browne (NSW) Jo Dyer (NSW) Ian Greig (NSW) Alexandra Hirst (SA) Tiffany Kingston (NSW) Cristina Metelli (SA) Rosetta Santucci (NSW) Tiel Sievl-Keevers (QLD) Claire Yerbury (NSW) Elizabeth Wojciak (SA).

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Previous Exhibitions

SALA Exhibtion - Inside/Outside

30 July - 29 August 2021

Our SALA exhibition ‘Inside/Outside’ features the work of 19 South Australian artists, working across the mediums of painting, printmaking, glass and ceramics. Celebrating our interior and exterior worlds, this exhibition considers the objects and spaces with which we live our daily lives. As a result of the pandemic, we now have less opportunities to travel, translating into a focus on aesthetics both in the garden and the home. It is when we re-emerge into the outside world from the restrictions of a lockdown, that we view our own spaces in a new light and wonder how we ever took them for granted. 

Featured artists: Dora Dallwitz, Ashlee Hopkins, Elisabeth Howlett, Pia Hutchings, Mark Judd, Billie Justice Thomson (artwork pictured), Eliza Koch, Linda Lee, Joy Levins, Christine McCarthy, Megan O'Hara, Eliza Piro, Todd Romanowycz, Tim Shaw, Gishka Van Ree, Mary Wagstaff, Mark Warren, Elizabeth Wojciak, Emma Young. 


Diana Wiseman - Exploration and Memory

25 June - 25 July 2021

Diana is not a realist painter. She works intuitively using colour, mark making, space and texture to create an image of landscape for the viewer. While images are arrived at spontaneously, a love of the natural and rural landscape guides the process.  Diana begins a painting with a large house brush and free mark making. Then the picture goes its own way, with wiping out, adding and taking out, drips and scrapes, rotating the canvas and simplifying areas. 

We will also be featuring ceramic sculptures by Sonya Moyle in this exhibition. 

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Author Angela Goode will be the guest speaker at the opening of this exhibition on Friday 25 June 6-8pm. 

Ben Tankard - Cover Versions

25 June - 25 July 2021

Ben Tankard’s ‘Unpopular Penguin’ series sprang from a love of books and painting. His two initial inspirations were working in a book shop, and the ‘Flag’ paintings of 20th century American artist Jasper Johns, who took an everyday image and transformed it into abstract art.

Ben’s paintings take classic book covers and reinterpret them, with richly textured surfaces, drips and spatters, multiple layers of paint and expressive brushwork. These paintings have been included in numerous art prizes and shows since the series began in 2015. 

We will also be featuring glass work by Ayano Yoshizumi in this exhibition. 

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The Leunig Show

21 May - 20 June 2021

This exhibition showcases new original paintings, etchings and inkjet prints by renowned Australian artist and cartoonist Michael Leunig. 

Leunig's commentary on political, cultural and emotional life spans more than 50 years, with his notable cartoons still appearing regularly in The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald. His work explores the fragile ecosystem of human nature and its relationship to the wider world.

Leunig describes his approach as regressive, humorous, messy, mystical, primal and vaudevillian - producing work which is open to many interpretations and has been widely adapted in education, music, theatre, psychotherapy and spiritual life.

The Big Landscape

16 April - 16 May 2021

'The Big Landscape' will showcase a selection of work by a group of local and interstate artists capturing the wild and diverse nature of the Australian landscape in a variety of mediums. 

Artists: Rod Bax, Lucio Cardone, Heather Clegg, David Frazer, Siv Grava, Pete Groves, Lauren Guymer, Peter Harley Jensen, Christine Lawrence, Christine McCarthy, Sarah McDonald, Romany Mollison, Megan O'Hara, Harry Sherwin, Susan Tingay, Susan Trudinger, Peter Watts and Diana Wiseman.

Featured artwork: Peter Watts 'Summer Valley' 100cm x 153cm acrylic on Belgian Linen. 

Ann Neagle - Meander

12 March - 11 April 2021

Ann Neagle is a prolific abstract painter who has grown a following for her vibrant and playful mixed media artworks. Ann explains that when she paints she does it intuitively, responding to the last mark or colour she makes. Most of her paintings comprise of multiple layers of paint, which she feels gives them history and texture. She scribbles, draws, uses pencils, pens, pastels, collage and paint on all layers.

We are excited to present Ann’s first solo exhibition at Art Images Gallery.

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Leo Greenfield - The Parade

12 March - 11 April 2021

Leo Greenfield is a Sydney-based artist whose work centres on illustrating “everyday people, drawn from memory” and stems from his fascination with observing the way in which people choose to present themselves. Likening himself to a journalist, Leo makes studies of and observes these characters in their day to day lives. Recording the date and location of where these studies were made, Leo’s illustrations become snapshots in time.

In his first solo exhibition with Art Images Gallery, Leo will showcase an archive of work created during his time living in various cities around Australia as well as in London and Paris. 

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Amica Whincop - Wallum Heathland

5 February - 8 March 2021

Based in the Queensland town of Toowoomba, Amica Whincop is an abstract artist best known for her undulating stone-like forms that float gently around the canvas. Her work has gained recognition in recent years, being exhibited across Australia and featured on the TV series The Block.

Four years on from Amica's first solo exhibition at Art Images Gallery, we are excited to be showcasing her latest body of work once again.

Featured artwork: Just Before the Dawn VI, mixed media on canvas, 102cm x 102cm.

We will also be featuring new ceramic pieces by Ashlee Hopkins in this exhibition. 

Suzie Riley - Coorong

5 February - 8 March 2021

Suzie Riley is a South Australian artist who draws inspiration from the rolling hills, natural bush and vast seascapes that surround her home in the Fleurieu Peninsula. Using mostly pastel and acrylic, Suzie paints energetic and gestural landscapes which cleverly capture the subtle shifts in light, shadow, colour and form that are of constant fascination to the artist.

This is Suzie's first solo exhibition at Art Images Gallery.

Featured artwork: On the Right Track, acrylic on board, 125cm x 107cm.