Melbourne, 3 Nov 2016 — 20 Nov 2016

28 Derby Street [PO Box 1183], Collingwood 3066


Glenn Morgan

At the heart of Glenn Morgan’s creative process is his desire to tell a story. The unambiguous honesty and openness in his bright, bustling sculptures immediately engage the viewer and draw us in for a closer look. Morgan’s instantly recognisable dioramas rendered in wood, metal, wire, screws and paint depict figures shouting text bites, scenes rich with sound and movement. Stylistically quirky and cartoonish these works cleverly convey messages far deeper than anticipated at first glance.

Glenn Morgan
Glenn Morgan’s somewhat whimsical paintings and sculptures are bright, bustling scenes of figures and movement. …
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Glenn Morgan, Rodney Pople, Peter Stevens and Christine Wrest Smith – Salon des Refusés 2020

Image above: Rodney Pople  ‘I did it my way’ (self portrait)  2020  oil and watercolour on linen (Archibald Prize) Congratulations …

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‘Splendacious’ Print Exchange and Exhibition Curated by Rona Green

Splendacious is a print exchange and exhibition of printmaking curated by Rona Green and features the work of 54 contemporary artists …

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Rodney Forbes – Winner of the Maritime Art Prize 2020

Image above: Rodney Forbes  A Submariner Dreams of Home  2020  oil on canvas Congratulations to Rodney Forbes who has been …

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Dianne Fogwell – Artist Feature

‘The elements carved from lino or wood come together as parts of a larger story – some things stay, others …

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Finalists in the 2020 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize

Above image: Janet Luxton, Suffolk Sheep, 2018, oil on Belgian linen, 130 x 110cm A huge congratulations to Maryanne Coutts, Harrie Fasher, …

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