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Native Twig Spoons These works are inspired by my daily bushwalks across Peramangk country - where I live and practice. Native flora - twigs, leaves and seedpods are emphasised, drawing attention to their intricate shapes, textures and diversity. Banksia, melaleuca, gum nuts, prickly tea tree. Specimens carefully selected, encapsulated in brass, inviting to touch, feel and explore. Utilitarian objects providing a reminder of the significance, fragility and preciousness of our ecosystem and landscape.

Artists

  • Regine Schwarzer

Amica Aindow

24 May - 23 June 2024

We are very excited to present another solo exhibition of new paintings by Amica Aindow (formerly Whincop). Born in Germany, Amica spent much of her childhood on the rugged coast of England’s Isle of Wight. Following several years traveling the world, she eventually emigrated to Australia with her family, initially settling in Brisbane before moving to her current home in Gympie, a former gold mining town in southeast Queensland. Consequently this is reflected in Amica's love of wide open spaces which is reflected in her work. Amica maintains a painting practice deeply informed by the forms and colours of the natural world.

Artists

  • Amica Aindow

Kati Thamo

24 May - 23 June 2024

Much loved Western Australian printmaker, Kati Thamo will be exhibiting a selection of new prints alongside Deb McKay's porcelain vessels and sculpture. We are thrilled to be exhibiting Kati's stunning work again!

Artists

  • Kati Thamo

Deb McKay

24 May - 23 June 2024

Art Images Gallery are excited to present Deb McKay's first solo exhibition of intricate ceramic vessels and sculptures using boldly stained porcelain. Deb employs new techniques, new colours and new forms in this body of work, exploring the idea of change and the importance of embracing it.

Artists

  • Deb McKay

Imaginarium Group Exhibition

28 June - 28 July 2024

This exhibition invites you into a world of wonder and whimsy, featuring artworks that are all things POP, Surrealist and possibly a bit bizarre! Artists include David Archer (NEW) - South Australia's maker of ingenious automata, animatronics and devices of all kinds! Wendy Dixon-Whiley (NEW), Melissa Duncan, Lorelei Medcalf, James Price (NEW), TANK (NEW), Mark Warren, James Willebrant and Ross Wilsmore. Please join us for the opening on Friday 28th June 6-8pm

Cristina Metelli Walking In Nature

2 August - 1 September 2024

South Australian abstract-landscape painter, Cristina Metelli returns with her second solo exhibition with the gallery after a very successful first exhibition! From the stillness of a rainy day in the bush to a hilltop vista, this exhibition draws on Cristina's personal experience of walking in nature. Each painting is an abstracted expression of emotion in response to what is seen and felt, depicted through colour and the expressive application of paint.

Christopher Meadows Suburban Arcadia

2 August - 1 September 2024

We are excited to present Christopher Meadows' first solo exhibition with the gallery. Known for his nostalgic suburban landscapes, Meadows has a lovely soft realistic style of painting.

Lise Temple

6 September - 6 October 2024

Lise Temple is an award-winning contemporary artist residing in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Her paintings are influenced by the vivid colours and atmospheric light of the Mid North and the experience of viewing different landscapes from changing viewpoints which she interprets with an abstract approach. Further to her depictions of South Australian landscapes, Lise also examines the various structures of built environments and interiors. This exhibition will be a wonderful combination of both her interior / exterior explorations.

Peter Watts

6 September - 6 October 2024

Peter Watts is an award-winning landscape artist - a finalist in the 2021 and 2022 Glover Prize, he captures fleeting moments of light and shade in the dramatic skies across Central Victoria and South Eastern Australia. Peter’s paintings are influenced by vivid cloudscapes and landscapes around the Daylesford area, interpreting the wild combinations of shade, movement and time shifts inherent in the high hills. With a distinct perspective on nature’s ferocity and beauty, Peter moves from reality to a subtle abstraction that brings his work to life.

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Water inspired landscape paintings by: Mishka Ammann, Janet Ayliffe, Siv Grava (image), Audrey Harnett, Jud Keresztesi, Sarah McDonald, Craig Penny, Suzie Riley, Harry Sherwin, Chris Summer, Lise Temple and more...

Artists

  • Chris Summer

  • Mishka Ammann

  • Sarah McDonald

  • Audrey Harnett

  • Craig Penny

  • Harry Sherwin

  • Janet Ayliffe

  • Jud Keresztesi

  • Lise Temple

  • Siv Grava

  • Suzie Riley

Katie Wyatt

22 March - 14 April 2024

Katie Wyatt has been painting professionally since 2007 and is represented in galleries in South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and online. She has held many successful solo exhibitions and has received numerous awards for her work. Katie is often asked if her paintings are specific locations of a particular scene or area. Rather than being a representation of a place, her pieces are created entirely from memory, recollection, and emotion as a response to experiencing the incredible beauty of our Australian landscape and coastline. This exhibition “Down to Earth” reflects Katie’s warmth and approachability which she hopes will remind us of the beauty that surrounds us—the landscapes that hold our memories and the emotions that colour our lives.

Artists

  • Katie Wyatt

Eliza Piro

22 March - 14 April 2024

Eliza Piro was born in Adelaide and spent her younger years growing up in Clare in the mid-north of South Australia. Further study at the Melbourne School of Photography gave Eliza a greater understanding of colour, texture and form which led into experimenting with different mediums. Eliza now practices as a full-time artist working in acrylic and watercolour on canvas and paper. Eliza is inspired by the kaleidoscope of colours that she encounters in both her daily life and her many travels. India has had a particular influence on Eliza’s work with its tapestry of rich hues, patterns and textures and her rhythmic brushstrokes capture the essence of a land where colour is not just pigment, but a living, breathing entity. Many of the works in this exhibition have also been inspired by recent holidays snorkelling off the Great Barrier Reef while marvelling at the delicate coral formations and their fragility juxtaposed against the vastness of the ocean. Eliza’s work is bold, spirited, and beautiful. Her paintings are a celebration of colour, pattern, and nature’s intricate forms to convey a sense of optimism and joy.

Artists

  • Eliza Piro

Michael Leunig Artist Talk

17 March - 17 March 2024

Artist Talk SOLD OUT - Second Artist Talk to be annouced soon. Join us for a rare opportunity to engage with acclaimed cartoonist and poet Michael Leunig in the gallery as he shares anecdotes, and poetic musings in a one-of-a-kind artist talk. Limited seats are available, secure your spot now for a morning that promises to inspire, enlighten, and leave you with a deeper appreciation for the world as seen by Michael Leunig. TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/leunig-the-poet-artist-talk-tickets-807379573037?aff=oddtdtcreator

Leunig The Poet

9 February - 17 March 2024

Art Images Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of thought-provoking works by renowned Australian cartoonist and artist, Michael Leunig. Showcasing original paintings, hand-written poems, pen-and-ink drawings, etchings and prints, this exhibition is a celebration of imagination, satire, and the exploration of the human experience.

Artists

  • Michael Leunig

Summer Exhibition 2024

5 January - 4 February 2024

When the gallery re-opens on 5th January after a short break, visit us for a bright and fresh display of paintings, prints, sculpture, glass ceramics and jewellery to start the year.

Christmas Exhibition 2023

17 November - 24 December 2023

Art Images Gallery Christmas Exhibition showcases the work of more than 50 artists! Featuring paintings, prints, sculpture, glass, ceramics, jewellery and more! Visit the gallery to see the entire selection. View the new work online On our artist page here.

Audrey Harnett A Space For Dreams

13 October - 12 November 2023

We are very excited to present Kangaroo Island landscape painter Audrey Harnett, exhibiting her first Solo Exhibition with Art Images Gallery.

Artists

  • Audrey Harnett

Christine McCarthy Past / Present

13 October - 12 November 2023

We are thrilled to be presenting an exhibition of new work by renowned South Australian artist Christine McCarthy. Working in her field for over 35 years, Christine is best known for her hand-coloured lino prints of Australian flora and landscapes.

Artists

  • Christine McCarthy

Diana Wiseman marking the landscape

8 September - 8 October 2023

Limestone coast artist Diana Wiseman returns to the gallery with an exciting new body of work. With glass sculpture by Bailey Donovan on display.

Artists

  • Diana Wiseman

Alison Mitchell And Other Things..

8 September - 8 October 2023

For the first time at Art Images Gallery, renowned South Australian Artist, Alison Mitchell will present a solo exhibition of her distinctive still life paintings. “Painting is a compulsion for me and the result of looking deeply. I work without the aid of photographs, and lay down in paint, purely what is seen and felt. My still life studio is a refuge – a quiet place where I feel as if time stands still, and this stillness becomes encapsulated within my paintings”.

Artists

  • Alison Mitchell

Friday Fridas

4 August - 3 September 2023

A group of South Australian female artists who started painting together on a Friday call themselves the "Friday Fridas". They are: Cathy Gray, Elisabeth Howlett (image), Greta Laundy, Sarah McDonald, Romany Mollison, Minnie Taylor and Sonya Unwin. Also ceramics by Alison Arnold on Display.

Artists

  • Minnie Taylor

  • Sarah McDonald

  • Greta Laundy

  • Romany Mollison

Stomping Ground refers to a place or area that someone is very familiar with and where they like to spend time. This group exhibition will showcase a variety of landscapes that each artist feels connected to. Featuring paintings by Nicole Black, Siv Grava, Cecilia Gunnarsson, Lauren Guymer, Jud Keresztesi, Christopher Meadows, Cristina Metelli, Jill Noble, Bev Puckridge, Suzie Riley, Rosetta Santucci, Lise Temple (image), Peter Watts and Amanda Westley. With sculpture by Ivo Tadic. Image details: Lise Temple "Blue Range" oils on linen, 122cm x 122cm

Artists

Stomping Ground refers to a place or area that someone is very familiar with and where they like to spend time. This group exhibition will showcase a variety of landscapes that each artist feels connected to.

Featuring paintings by Nicole Black, Siv Grava, Cecilia Gunnarsson, Lauren Guymer, Jud Keresztesi, Christopher Meadows, Cristina Metelli, Jill Noble, Bev Puckridge, Suzie Riley, Rosetta Santucci, Lise Temple (image), Peter Watts and Amanda Westley.

With sculpture by Ivo Tadic.

Image details: Lise Temple “Blue Range” oils on linen, 122cm x 122cm

Ann Neagle

26 May - 25 June 2023

Popular emerging Adelaide artist Ann Neagle will fill the front gallery with her bright and wonderful abstract paintings.

Artists

  • Ann Neagle

Craig Penny

26 May - 25 June 2023

Much loved Mornington Peninsula artist Craig Penny will hold a long awaited solo exhibition of his bold and fresh landscape paintings.

Artists

  • Craig Penny

Abstract Observations

30 June - 30 July 2023

Many artists devote themselves strictly to realism in their pursuit to convey the ‘truth’, whilst others only see universal truths through the lens of abstraction. This exhibition features artists who seek to channel their experience of life through the innumerable possibilities of colour and form. Featuring work by Jackie Anderson (image), Amica Aindow, Greta Laundy, Kathryn Oliphant, Kels O'Sullivan, Josephine Powell, Rosetta Santucci, Margie Sheppard, Lorry Wedding Marchioro and Elizabeth Wojciak.

Artists

  • Amica Aindow

  • Elizabeth Wojciak

  • Greta Laundy

  • Josephine Powell

  • Kathryn Oliphant

  • Margie Sheppard

  • Rosetta Santucci

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