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Siv Grava

27 May - 26 June 2022

South Australian artist Siv Grava is known to create rich portraits and vivid interpretations of the Australian landscape.

Her work has evolved pictorially a number of times. Her interest lies primarily with colour, exploring the juxtaposition of line and tone and possibilities within the visual field. Conceptually, her paintings bring together elements of duality, fragmentariness, impermanence and perception.

Feature artwork: ‘Neuroodla, Flinders Ranges’ oil on canvas, 110cm x 175cm


  • Siv Grava

Silvio Apponyi

27 May - 26 June 2022

Silvio Apponyi is an Australian sculptor based in Balhannah in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Silvio has been sculpting for around 40 years. His style has developed over these years, from entirely abstract creations still used in fine details and larger pieces, to an astonishing level of detail and realism, visible in the images on this website. His main inspiration is Australian fauna, and he hopes to draw attention to these unique and often endangered species. In his self built studio Silvio creates his sculptures in a variety of media, primarily wood, Australian granites & marbles and bronze. His scupltures range from delicate ‘Netsuke’ style pieces to massive public granite works.


  • Silvio Apponyi

Todd Romanowycz (Romy)

27 May - 26 June 2022

Todd Romanowycz (Romy) returns to the gallery with another much anticipated exhibition of new paintings on perspex. Living back in Elliston, SA the new body of work has a number of cliff-scapes inspired from views from the local beaches where Romy surfs. There will also be a number of his gorgeous still life paintings.


  • Todd Romanowycz


Elisabeth Howlett

1 July - 31 July 2022

Returning to the gallery with her first Solo exhibition with the Gallery, Elisabeth Howlett presents a new body of vivid and textured oil paintings. Continually inspired by the natural beauty of flower arrangements and still life, this exhibition showcases fresh blooms, wild and arranged, presented larger than ever!

Featured Artwork: “Majestic Banksia Aria”, oil on canvas, 122 x 152cm

Romany Mollison – Memories of the Mist

1 July - 31 July 2022

We are excited to present our first Solo exhibition by Adelaide Hills artist Romany Mollison. This is Romany’s first exhibition of landscape paintings. Moody and misty, her works evoke a calm serene mystery.
Feature artwork: ‘Autumn Sky’, oil on canvas, 100cm x 100cm

SALA 2022 – Animal House

5 August - 4 September 2022

Come and join us in the ‘Animal House’! Showcasing paintings, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and jewellery by 22 South Australian artist’s interpreting all things Animalia!

Featuring work by Silvio Apponyi, Alison Arnold, Elodie Barker, Tracy Chaplin, Olivia Dryden, Eliza Koch, Alison Main, Christine McCarthy, Gerry McMahon, Lorelei Medcalf, Russell Morrison, Ann Neagle, Eliza Piro, Jane Sabey, Harry Sherwin, Alison Smiles, Susan Tingay, Louise Vadasz, Brooke Walker, Mark Warren, Diana Wiseman and Dan Withey.

Featured artwork: Dan Withey ‘Black cat crossed my path’ Acrylic on Canvas, 45cm x 25cm

Lise Temple

9 September - 9 October 2022

Lise Temple’s first Solo exhibition with the gallery is much anticipated. Her thickly applied oil paintings are full of bold and expressive shapes depicting the landscape.

Sally Browne

9 September - 9 October 2022

Sally Browne returns to the gallery with a body of new work produced this year. Her gouache and watercolour works on paper are very beautiful as they capture the earthy tones of Australian flora and fauna, mixed with an almost Japanese fabric/paper design element.

Dana Kinter

14 October - 13 November 2022

We welcome this rare opportunity to exhibit a solo exhibition from much loved Fleurieu superstar Dana Kinter. On show will be a collection of new original paintings on timber, as well as a selection of her limited edition prints.


Born in Milan, Italy, Cristina Metelli studied at art school as a teenager before moving to Adelaide, Australia where she continued her artistic education earning a Bachelors of Visual Arts (Honours) from Adelaide Central School of Art.

Her art practice is based on painting and sculpture, often inspired by the diversity and beauty of nature, occasionally bringing to public attention pressing environmental issues.

Cristina’s artworks are extensively exhibited and collected throughout Australia and overseas.

“Each of my paintings begins with a walk in nature, and is an expression of the experience felt in each unique location. Walking in nature is for me both healing and uplifting, reflecting a deep connection to place. The restorative effect of being outdoors starts my creative process and sustains it throughout the making of each painting.

’Colours of Nature: Hills to Coast’ is expressing my connection to places in nature that I have been drawn to in the past year. From the nurturing Adelaide Hills to the stunning coastline, I have endeavoured to express my personal experience of these unique natural landscapes, as in my usual painting process, reinstating a sense of wellbeing, balance, and expressing a feeling of belonging.”


Cristina Metelli

Kati Thamo

22 April - 22 May 2022

The telling of tales has always been integral to Western Australian artist Kati Thamo, and she draws on personal stories and incidents along with both lesser and grander narratives to devise a form of visual fable. Using a cast of characters including animals and objects, her storylines suggest the mystery, frailty, hopefulness and anxiety of life. She says, ‘I think of my images as small theatre settings where various dramas are enacted’.

More recently, Kati has been exploring the natural world, looking at ways to depict the fragility and complexity of natural ecosystems, and of the human relationship to nature.


  • Kati Thamo

Festival of Landscapes

11 March - 17 April 2022

“Festival of Landscapes” will showcase a selection of work by a group of local and interstate artists capturing the diverse nature of the Australian landscape in a variety of mediums.

Featured artwork: Harry Sherwin, ‘Clare Valley Summer, Mintaro’, Oil on canvas, 51cmx 102cm

Dan Withey – The Loudest Man

4 February - 6 March 2022

Adelaide based artist Dan Withey exhibits for the first time with Art Images Gallery a new body of work continuing his exploration of contemporary issues and humour in our world.

His work is well known for the unique a quirky style of abstract figurative painting with a strong narrative and a good dash of the bizarre.


  • Dan Withey

Ludere – To Play

4 February - 6 March 2022

Industrial designer Caren Elliss and ceramic artist Alison Smiles present a new body of work which explores the joyful potential of the crafted/design object.

Like many great collaborations, Elliss (industrial designer) and Smiles (ceramic artist) come together in the spirit of concept, experimentation and play. Partners in life and practice, they bring contrasting positions on design and technique to a shared interest in exploring new technologies and applying them to contemporary art, craft and design. Specifically, the artists have examined domestic furniture and objects using 3D printing, CNC, laser cutting and mould making, together with the hand made.


  • Alison Smiles

  • Ludere Design Studio

Warlukurlangu Aboriginal Art

4 February - 6 March 2022

An exhibition of new paintings from the Warlukurlangu Aboriginal Artists of Yuendumu.

Warlukurlangu Artists are famous for their gloriously colourful acrylic paintings. The art centre has a national and international profile and its art has been featured in hundreds of exhibitions and publications in Australia and around the world.


  • Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu

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