Belynda Henry and Graeme Drendel at Clayton Utz, Melbourne

In News November 1, 2019

Congratulations to Belynda Henry and Graeme Drendel who have been invited to exhibit with Clayton Utz in Melbourne


Conceived of by collector, curator and founder of 3:33 Art Projects, Max Germanos, a banker and former lawyer, The Clayton Utz Art Partnership represents an innovative step in the diversification of art exhibiting.The firm hosts regular six-monthly exhibitions, partnering each time with two or more artists at different stages in their careers.

The partnership between Clayton Utz and 3:33 Art Projects is a platform to not only view art, but to spend time with it in a familiar, comfortable setting – a delicacy in our exponentially fast-paced lives. ‘Art is critical in corporate spaces,’ says Germanos. ‘People spend hours, weekends, working in these places. I want people to live with the art, not to see it for a millisecond in a gallery. And a lot of people don’t have time to go to galleries, so this is an opportunity for the art to come to people. It’s a platform for new audiences; it’s an introduction.’

Belynda and Graeme’s exhibition is the fourth partnership in Melbourne, staged in the stunning spaces of Clayton Utz. The dual exhibition, with over 40 works on display, showcases the painters’ unique visions of the Australian landscape.

The exhibition will run until March 2020. Viewing is by appointment only – please contact Australian Galleries ( or 3:33 Art Projects ( for further details.

Above image courtesy of Clayton Utz.