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FINE ART hale 2-4 AUGUST 2019


2-4 AUGUST 2019 FineArt@Hale’s mission is to encourage an engagement with the visual arts at Hale School, which fosters new ways of seeing, creativity, critical thinking and community connection. Since 1993, FineArt@Hale has staged an annual exhibition of fine art for both the Hale School and wider community to enjoy. Proceeds from the exhibition are directed towards on campus visual arts enrichment activities and purchases. Find out more at our new website www.fineartathale.org. We hope you enjoy FA@H 2019!

Cover photograph Excerpt from Office Dreaming, NY by Kingsley Burton, 2019 Image Š Courtesy of Artist


FINE ART @ HALE 2019 EXHIBITION Friday 2 August - Sunday 4 August Student Engagement Wednesday 31 July – Friday 2 August

MEMORIAL HALL HALE SCHOOL Exhibition opened by

Ben Juniper Artist


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The committee’s sincere thanks to the following for their contribution to the Fine Art @ Hale 2019 Exhibition Guest Speaker Ben Juniper Guest Judge Helen Carroll-Fairhall Manager, Wesfarmers Arts Hale School Staff Headmaster, Dean Dell’Oro and Deputy Headmaster, David Bean David Timmins, Suzanne Abercrombie, Katie Endersby, Glenda Morison, Kirsten Compton and Administration Staff Rob Barugh, Brennan Chan and IT Staff Dave Reed, Simone Cumming, Alison Howcroft, Jenny Manners and Community Relations Staff Oliver Loweth, Murray Jelleff, Paul Viney, Drew McLean, Peter Conroy and Services & Events Staff Hale Chartwells Catering Staff Lisa Hakkinen, Haydn Jackson, Phillippa Gordon and all teaching and support staff in the school Art Departments Hale School Community Volunteers There are so many of you – thank you!


SUPPORTERS Thanks also to the generous donors for prizes in our FA@H Luxe Raffle and People’s Choice Award

Keiko Uno Jewellery

McKenna Family (Year 10) - Leeuwin Estate ‘Art Series’ wine

Cynthia Poh Jewellery

Robyn Parkman, artist

KEEP IN TOUCH!

www.fineartathale.org @FineArtatHale @fineart_at_hale


HOW TO PURCHASE ART WORKS 1.

Select the artwork you wish to purchase.

2. Locate a sales person who will place a red ‘sold’ sticker on the artwork label. 3. Your details will be recorded on the Sales Sheet and the sales person will accompany you to the sales desk for payment. 4. The sale price is documented in the 2019 Fine Art @ Hale Catalogue, not as advertised on gallery labels, signage or placement of tickets on artwork. 5. Payment is accepted, with thanks, using cash, EFTPOS or credit card - Visa and Mastercard accepted. 6. You will receive a Sales Receipt as proof of purchase. Please retain this for collection of your purchase. 7. A transaction of sale is not concluded until payment is taken. Until such time, Hale is not bound to sell artworks where there has been an error and multiple pricing becomes known. 8. Purchased artworks must be collected between 4.30 - 6.00pm on Sunday 4 August. No artworks will be available for collection before the close of the exhibition on Sunday. 9. Your Sales Receipt will be required as proof of purchase to collect your artwork. Artwork will not be released without this proof.

We hope you enjoy Fine Art @ Hale 2019!


*& Sipes, Aleksandrow & Sipes, Sipes, Aleksandrow Aleksandrow & Allen, EllaElla Allen, Allen, Ella Baird, Carolyn Baird, Carolyn Baird, Carolyn Baker, OllyOlly * Baker, Baker, Olly

Benford, Sheila Benford, Sheila Benford, Sheila Black, Sandra Black, Sandra Black, Sandra Bray, Eileen Bray, Eileen Bray, Eileen Brennan, BenBen Brennan, Brennan, Ben Bristow, Richard Bristow, Richard Bristow, Richard Brown, JanJan Brown, Brown, Jan Bruhn, Deidre Bruhn, Deidre Bruhn, Deidre Buckingham, Karina Buckingham, Karina Buckingham, Karina Burton, Kingsley Burton, Kingsley Burton, Kingsley Carroll, Tommy Carroll, Tommy Carroll, Tommy Castledine, Mikaela Castledine, Mikaela Castledine, Mikaela Comrie, Wanda Comrie, Wanda Comrie, Wanda

Corlett, Christopher Corlett, Christopher * Corlett, Christopher Coufreur, HillyHilly Coufreur, Coufreur, Hilly Coufreur, JosJos Coufreur, Coufreur, Jos Cowper, Shelley Cowper, Shelley Cowper, Shelley Darby, Brendon Darby, Brendon Darby, Brendon Davies, Jenny Davies, Jenny Davies, Jenny Debbo, Kate Debbo, Kate Debbo, Kate Dell, GailGail Dell, Dell, Gail Dennison, Samantha Dennison, Samantha Dennison, Samantha Dickinson, Roger Dickinson, Roger Dickinson, Roger Drysdale, Pippin Drysdale, Pippin Drysdale, Pippin Edmonds, Sally Edmonds, Sally Edmonds, Sally Elliott, NeilNeil Elliott, Elliott, Neil Elsey, Kate Elsey, Kate Elsey, Kate Ferrario, Silvana Ferrario, Silvana Ferrario, Silvana Fossier-Mills, Laurie Fossier-Mills, Laurie Fossier-Mills, Laurie Frances, Dale Frances, Dale Frances, Dale Fynn Dickinson, Lynda Fynn Dickinson, Lynda Fynn Dickinson, Lynda

001001 005 - 005 Gibson, Gibson, Marg Marg 001 -- 005

- 114 112 112 - 114

006006 008 - 008 Giddy, Giddy, James James 006 -- 008

- 117 115 115 - 117

J01 J01 J10 - J10 Gordon, Gordon, Katie Katie J01 -- J10

- 120 118 118 - 120

009009 011 - 011 Gordon, Gordon, Philippa Philippa 009 -- 011

- 126 121 121 - 126

012012 013 - 013 Green, Green, David David 012 -- 013

- 128 127 127 - 128

014014 018 - 018 Hansen, Hansen, Nidia Nidia 014 -- 018

- 131 129 129 - 131

W01W01 W01 - W01 Hewitt, Hewitt, Jordy Jordy W01 -- W01

- 134 132 132 - 134

019019 020 - 020 Hollinshead, Hollinshead, Judy Judy 019 -- 020

- 137 135 135 - 137

021021 023 - 023 Hopkins, Hopkins, Sam Sam 021 -- 023

- 139 138 138 - 139

024024 026 - 026 Hoy, Hoy, Susan Susan 024 -- 026

- 142 140 140 - 142

027027 028 - 028 Innecchi Innecchi Amaral, Tatiana Amaral, Tatiana 027 -- 028

- 145 143 143 - 145

029029 031 - 031 Jaine, Jaine, Martin Martin 029 -- 031

- 150 146 146 - 150

032032 040 - 040 James, James, Shana Shana 032 -- 040

- 154 151 151 - 154

W02W02 W02 - W02 Juniper, Juniper, BenBen W02 -- W02

- 164 155 155 - 164

041041 041 - 041 Kay, Kay, Ian Ian 041 -- 041

- 167 165 165 - 167

042042 043 - 043 Kazemi, Kazemi, Narsis Narsis 042 -- 043

- J20 J11 J11 - J20

044044 046 - 046 Kent, Kent, Andy Andy 044 -- 046

- 170 168 168 - 170

047047 049 - 049 Knight, Knight, Michael Michael 047 -- 049

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- 173 171 171 - 173

050050 052 - 052 Kolbusz, Kolbusz, Waldemar Waldemar 050 -- 052

- 178 174 174 - 178

053053 055 - 055 Korte, Korte, AlixAlix 053 -- 055

- 181 179 179 - 181

056056 058 - 058 Kruger, Kruger, Hayley Hayley 056 -- 058

- 183 182 182 - 183

059059 061 - 061 Laing, Laing, MiaMia 059 -- 061

- 186 184 184 - 186

062062 062 - 062 Le Cerf, Le Cerf, Carly Carly 062 -- 062

- 189 187 187 - 189

063063 065 - 065 Leeming, Leeming, SueSue 063 -- 065

- 192 190 190 - 192

066066 067 - 067 Leib, Leib, Marc Marc 066 -- 067

- 198 193 193 - 198

068068 076 - 076 Liebenberg, Liebenberg, Vanessa Vanessa 068 -- 076

- 201 199 199 - 201

077077 082 - 082 Lowe, Lowe, Felicia Felicia 077 -- 082

- 204 202 202 - 204

083083 085 - 085 Maher, Maher, Philip Philip 083 -- 085

- 210 205 205 - 210

086086 089 - 089 Malgil, Malgil, Evelyn Evelyn 086 -- 089

- W03 W03W03 - W03

090090 090 - 090 Malone, Malone, Victoria Victoria 090 -- 090

- 216 211 211 - 216

091091 096 - 096 Maple, Maple, KimKim 091 -- 096

- 220 217 217 - 220

097097 102 - 102 Martyn, Martyn, Jarrad Jarrad 097 -- 102

- 221 221 221 - 221

103103 108 - 108 McAlpine, McAlpine, Matthew Matthew 103 -- 108

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109109 111 - 111 McClelland, McClelland, Christopher Christopher 109 -- 111

- 223 222 222 - 223 - 225 224 224 - 225


Merritt, Jennie Merritt, Jennie Merritt, Jennie Mills, Sarah Mills, Sarah Mills, Sarah

-- J30 J21 J30 Wilson, Norm J21 J21 - J30 -- 228 226 228 Zeck, Garry 226226 - 228

327 - 329

Montgomerie, Genevieve Montgomerie, Genevieve Montgomerie, Genevieve Mostyn, Rosemary Mostyn, Rosemary Mostyn, Rosemary

-- 231 229 231 Zeck, Jan 229229 - 231 232 236 -- 236 232232 - 236

339 - J66

Mulders, Annemieke Mulders, Annemieke Mulders, Annemieke Mung Mung, Patrick Mung Mung, Patrick Mung Mung, Patrick

-- 243 237 243 237237 - 243

Nodea, Mark Nodea, Mark Nodea, Mark O'Connell, Michael O'Connell, Michael O'Connell, Michael

-- W04 W04 W04 W04W04 - W04 -- W05 W05 W05 W05W05 - W05 -- 247 244 247 244244 - 247

Padget, Leesa Padget, Leesa Padget, Leesa Parkman, Robyn Parkman, Robyn Parkman, Robyn

-- 252 248 252 248248 - 252

Payne, Susan Payne, Susan Payne, Susan Pericles, Leon * Pericles, Leon Pericles, Leon

-- 259 257 259 257257 - 259

-- 256 253 256 253253 - 256 -- 264 260 264 260260 - 264

Phillips, Anita Phillips, Anita Phillips, Anita Poh, Cynthia Poh, Cynthia Poh, Cynthia

-- 267 265 267 265265 - 267

Purdie, Shirley Purdie, Shirley Purdie, Shirley Quilty, Andy Quilty, Andy Quilty, Andy

-- W07 W06 W07 W06W06 - W07

-- J40 J31 J40 J31 J31 - J40 -- 272 268 272 268268 - 272

Reynolds, Peter Reynolds, Peter Reynolds, Peter Ryan, Anne Ryan, Anne Ryan, Anne

-- 278 273 278 273273 - 278

Saunders, Saunders, Gai Saunders, GaiGai Scheer, Den Scheer, Scheer, DenDen

-- 287 285 287 285285 - 287

Schell, Fleur Schell, Fleur Schell, Fleur Shelsher, Amanda Shelsher, Amanda Shelsher, Amanda

-- 293 291 293 291291 - 293

Sher, Jules Sher, Jules Sher, Jules Sherar, Sherar, Ben Sherar, BenBen

-- 297 296 297 296296 - 297

Sorensen, Anne Sorensen, Anne Sorensen, Anne Strack, Jeremy Strack, Jeremy Strack, Jeremy

-- 306 301 306 301301 - 306

Takahashi, Yuko Takahashi, Yuko Takahashi, Yuko Taylor, Alastair Taylor, Alastair Taylor, Alastair

-- 310 309 310 309309 - 310

Uno, Keiko Uno, Keiko Uno, Keiko Vinkovic, Andrea Vinkovic, Andrea Vinkovic, Andrea

-- J50 J41 J50 J41 J41 - J50

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-- 284 279 284 279279 - 284 -- 290 288 290 288288 - 290 -- 295 294 295 294294 - 295 -- 300 298 300 298298 - 300 -- 308 307 308 307307 - 308 -- 313 311 313 311311 - 313 -- 316 314 316 314314 - 316

Vinkovic, Emma Vinkovic, Emma Vinkovic, Emma Wells, Robin Wells, Robin Wells, Robin

-- 320 317 320 317317 - 320

Wilhelm, Lauren Wilhelm, Lauren Wilhelm, Lauren Wilkie, Wilkie, Fi Wilkie, Fi Fi

-- 323 321 323 321321 - 323

-- J58 J51 J58 J51 J51 - J58 -- 326 324 326 324324 - 326

* Exhibiting Hale Old Boys

330 - 338


ALEKSANDROW & SIPES,

Dan Aleksandrow and Jessie Sipes' work focuses on the exploration of the natural world, and all its facets, through sculpture. Recent work takes inspiration from their worldly adventures, and continues to explore the expression of the natural form through geometric reduction.

001

An Unlikely Scenario, 2019

bronze

$500

002

Bird Bowl II, 2019

bronze

$400

003

Off-field - Home, 2019

bronze & wood

$500

004

Off-field - The Office, 2019

bronze & wood

$750

005

Trapped, 2019

bronze, glass & fibre

$550

ALLEN, Ella

Ella Allen gained a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts from Curtin University and a Diploma of Art and Design from TAFE. Her current works are informed by recently completing a psychotherapy degree and focus on the psychological aspect of images, words and emotions and how art can express and receive them.

006

Banksia Branch Silhouette I, 2019

offset printing ink & paper

$450

007

Banksia Branch Silhouette II, 2019

offset printing ink & paper

$350

008

Banksia Knot, 2019

offset printing ink & paper

$350

BAIRD, Carolyn

Carolyn Baird established Silver Chilli Jewellery and found her passion for jewellery design in creating pieces of impact and individuality. Carolyn's modern range of jewellery uses sterling silver, opals and pearls and appeals to a clientele looking for contemporary pieces. Carolyn's Silver Chilli Jewellery was a finalist in the 2016 Small Business Champion Awards.

J01

2 ball ring, 2017

sterling silver

$88

J02

Ball hoop earrings, 2018

sterling silver

$88

J03

Beverley Jean bracelet, 2019

sterling silver

$120

J04

Chilli chain, 2019

sterling silver & fresh water pearl

$160

J05

Delilah earrings, 2019

sterling silver

$88

J06

Doris ring, 2016

sterling silver

$120

J07

Jezzabel earrings, 2019

sterling silver

$88

J08

Pearl ring, 2017

sterling silver

$88

J09

Poppy earrings, 2019

sterling silver

$88

J10

Triangle hoop earrings, 2018

sterling silver

$88


BAKER, Olly

Using his great grandfather’s easel, Olly Baker acknowledges that his love and passion for fine art has come from a long family history. An impressionist and a Hale student from 2001 – 2006, Olly paints a wide range of subject matter, using acrylics to create unique timeless pieces.

009

Lemon, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$1,400

010

Mist, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$395

011

Pinkies, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$2,200

BENFORD, Sheila

Sheila Benford has been painting and exhibiting for more than 50 years. She is forever inspired by the Australian countryside, the beautiful canola fields and Karijini National Park, all of which are a strong presence in her artwork. Sheila considers herself an impressionist artist whose love of colour is evident in her works.

012

Lovers, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$3,900

013

Trees in Action, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$3,800

BLACK, Sandra

Sandra Black is a full-time ceramic artist and potter working with fine porcelain. Currently teaching at Fremantle Arts Centre, Sandra has worked as an artist and ceramics teacher for nearly 40 years, and exhibited and taught in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, China and Canada. Her work is collected and held in most state and regional galleries throughout Australia.

014

Industrial 1, 2019

porcelain

$450

015

Industrial 2, 2019

porcelain

$450

016

Magpie Swoop 1, 2019

porcelain

$450

017

Magpie Swoop 2, 2019

porcelain

$480

018

Magpie Swoop 3, 2017

porcelain

$480

BRENNAN, Ben

Ben Brennan is an enthusiastic and prolific Perth artist. In his landscape work, Ben captures the colour, shape and energy of the Western Australian outback with an abstract eye, resulting in unique, distinctive and bold works.

019

Hay Harvest, 2018

acrylic on canvas

$1,500

020

Rich Palette - Mingenew, 2018

acrylic on canvas

$1,500


BRISTOW, Richard

Richard Bristow is a mostly self-taught watercolourist who studied under Robert Wade, Alvaro Castignet and Birgit O'Connor. Richard is a member of the Watercolour Society of WA, has had four of his paintings published in 'Best of Worldwide Landscape Artists' in the USA, and has won more than 60 awards in Australia.

021

City Walk, 2019

watercolour on paper

$350

022

Transparent City, 2019

mixed media on paper

$950

023

Winter in Paris, 2019

watercolour on paper

$350

BROWN, Jan

Jan Brown is a balletomane and artist who prefers a bright palette using broad brush strokes or a palette knife on big canvases where there is room to move. Her works are developed from life drawing sessions with ballerinas she engages to dance for her, and her own observations and experiences. Jan has gallery representation in Australia and in the UK at The Ballet Boutique, London.

024

Powerhouse, 2019

mixed media on canvas

$1,500

025

The Anticipation, 2018

oil on canvas

$1,500

026

The Still Point, 2019

oil & inks on canvas

$1,500

BRUHN, Deidre

Art for Deidre Bruhn has evolved into a blend of mixed media applications, composed of colour, texture, layering and designs. Her processes are totally intuitive, experimental and expressive. Lots of energy and passion help create an authenticity in Deidre's art which is a crucial end result.

027

Geisha, 2019

mixed media

$1,550

028

The Jester and His Wench, 2019

mixed media

$1,850

BUCKINGHAM, Karina

Karina Buckingham is a UK born, full-time artist, working from her City Beach home studio where she loves to paint the trees, parks and beaches that are special to you. She understands that a place can remind you of happy times with your family and friends and enjoys capturing those memories in a painting to help keep them alive and in view forever. Karina, a current Hale parent, specialises in bespoke oil painting commissions, tutors groups of amateur creatives in oil painting workshops and was Curator of Fine Art @ Hale in 2016/17.

029

Full of Life, 2019

oil on canvas

$700

030

Heaven, 2018

oil on canvas

$2,700

031

Sanctuary IV, 2019

oil on canvas

$850


BURTON, Kingsley

Following a happy accident in an art class of his youth, Kingsley J Burton spent time exploring photography and developing his craft in the photographic arts. Beyond university, Kingsley discovered the role of digital photography in this complex art form, and now expresses his passion for the medium using a combination of techniques learnt from both traditional film and digital platforms, with the aim of creating imagery that captivates and intrigues around the subject matter of colour and form.

032

City Alligators, New York (1/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$2,950

033

City Alligators, New York (2/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$2,950

034

City Alligators, New York (3/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$2,950

035

City Kaleidoscope, New York (1/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$1,950

036

City Kaleidoscope, New York (2/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$1,950

037

City Kaleidoscope, New York (3/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$1,950

038

Office Dreaming, New York (1/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$2,950

039

Office Dreaming, New York (2/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$2,950

040

Office Dreaming, New York (3/10), 2019

alumalux photographic print

$2,950

CASTLEDINE, Mikaela

Mikaela Castledine is an award-winning artist and published writer with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science and a Masters in Writing and Literature. She has been a professional artist for nearly 30 years, working in collage and sculpture. Mikaela is best known for her crochet sculptures exploring our connections to animals and religious architecture across cultures. Mikaela's work Airlift I was the winner of the Highly Commended award at Fine Art @ Hale in 2017.

041

Ascension, 2019

crochet cotton & found objects

$1,200


COMRIE, Wanda

Responding to shadow play in domestic scenes and locally found botanicals, Wanda Comrie's observational, realistically rendered compositions reflect on the beauty and complexity that everyday living can provide. Many years after studying graphic design, her work retains a solid graphic influence with a strong colour palette. Recognised with numerous awards, Wanda's creative practice continues to evolve.

042

3.45pm, 2019

oil on board

$1,150

043

Not Tonight Honey, 2019

oil on board

$1,150

CORLETT, Christopher

The artwork of Chris Corlett has a strong connection to his childhood and memories of growing up in the coastal suburb of Hillarys. Chris began to paint seascapes while attending Hale School from 2009-2013, the culmination of which was exhibiting in 'Year 12 Perspectives' at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Chris is currently completing his masters degree in architecture at the University of Western Australia.

044

Cottesloe Calm, 2019

oil on canvas

$570

045

Island Time, 2019

oil on canvas

$570

046

Meet you at Mettams, 2019

oil on canvas

$570

COUFREUR, Hilly

Hilly Coufreur is an emerging artist based in Mandurah, working in acrylics. Her abstract pieces are bold, vibrant and inspired by nature. Hilly enjoys painting outdoors ‘en plein air’ which has given her work a new dimension, “painting outdoors and soaking in nature and the atmosphere of each location inspires and liberates me. It gives a renewed energy that also seeps back into my studio work”.

047

Ocean Blues, 2018

acrylic on board

$149

048

Ocean Blues II, 2018

acrylic on board

$135

049

Pink Lake, 2019

acrylic on board

$275

COUFREUR, Jos

Jos Coufreur is an award-winning artist of more than 30 years whose artworks are full of spontaneous vibrant colour. Jos credits a turning point in his art practice as being the discovery of spontaneous realism. His artworks are in large format to allow free movement and expression, and his love for colour is evident in each piece.

050

Emu, 2019

acrylic on canvas

051

King George Falls, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,250

052

Morning Ride, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$2,500

$650


COWPER, Shelley

Shelley Cowper is a Visual Arts lecturer at North Metro TAFE. Her art practice explores the many techniques that encompass printmaking and works on paper, prioritising mark-making, layering and texture. Recent works combine print and mixed media through individual pieces rather than editions. Shelley has been the recipient of a number of awards, most recently the City of Stirling Acquisitive Prize 2017 and the WA print media Acquisitive Award 2018.

053

Diverging Pathways, 2019

mixed media

$800

054

Off Western Shores, 2019

mixed media

$850

055

The Jetty (series) unique state, 2019

etching & relief print

$285

DARBY, Brendon

Brendon Darby is a multi-award winner and an Archibald Prize finalist who has held more than 40 solo exhibitions across Australia and around the world. Brendon's multi-media presentation, 'Listening to Paintings - Australia' premiered at the Museum of Natural History in New York in 2007.

056

An Umbrian Walk, 2018

mixed media on paper

$2,500

057

Gilly's Door, 2018

mixed media on paper

$2,500

058

The Alley, 2018

mixed media on paper

$2,500

DAVIES, Jenny

Floreat artist Jenny Davies is particularly drawn to portraiture and figurative work. Jenny has painted in oils for many years, having studied locally and at Mitchell School of Arts, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW. She has been exhibiting and selling her artworks for several years and has won numerous awards for her quirky and bold paintings.

059

Hale Boys, 2019

oil on linen

$690

060

How Now Brown Cow, 2019

oil on canvas

$750

061

Mad Dogs, 2019

oil on canvas

$2,200

DEBBO, Kate

Kate Debbo is a painter from Margaret River whose current work explores the symbolically charged form of the horse. The horse is her link between her everyday domestic existence and a more magical, ethereal and unseen world. Through her work, Kate hopes to evoke a sense of joy and capture the viewer's imagination.

062

Crowd, 2018

oil, acrylic & collage on canvas

$2,385


DELL, Gail

Gail Dell grew up in a family of well established artists. Mentored by her parents from an early age, she developed a deep passion for art and painting. After studying business and marketing, Gail returned to art at a later stage. Painting in a loose expressive way, she allows the tangible experience of the vast and diverse Australian landscape to weave its subtle presence into her work.

063

Dunsborough, 2019

oil & acrylic

$595

064

Nanna's Garden, 2018

oil & acrylic

$2,950

065

Toodyay Morning, 2019

oil & acrylic

$2,950

DENNISON, Samantha

Samantha Dennison's still life oil paintings are concerned with space, seasonality and changes in light as the year progresses. They depict her consideration of the details in the everyday, offering endless moments of quiet and calm. Samantha paints from her home studio in Albany.

066

Little Gem Still Life, Green, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,300

067

Little Gem Still Life, White, 2019 oil on canvas

$1,300


DICKINSON, Roger

Roger Dickinson’s art draws upon multi-disciplinary technical skills gleaned from a lifelong passion for art, photography and related fields. Recent series explore change, culture, environmental concerns, music, homages, fantasy and mythology. At the 2017 Mandjar Art Awards, Roger won the Alcoa of Australia Corporate Award (acquisitive) and he was also the winner of the 2018 Best Emerging Artist Award at Fine Art @ Hale.

068

Moonstruck, Sugarloaf (1/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,320

069

Moonstruck, Sugarloaf (2/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,320

070

Moonstruck, Sugarloaf (3/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,320

071

Stairway To Heaven (selfportrait) (1/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,110

072

Stairway To Heaven (selfportrait) (2/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,110

073

Stairway To Heaven (selfportrait) (3/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,110

074

Ticket To Ride (self-portrait) (1/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,110

075

Ticket To Ride (self-portrait) (2/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,110

076

Ticket To Ride (self-portrait) (3/3), 2019

digital print on aluminium

$2,110


DRYSDALE, Pippin

Pippin Drysdale is an acclaimed Australian ceramic artist whose international profile has seen her art works represented in museums, galleries and private collections worldwide. Seascape, landscape and their geological formations have amazing visual potential and Pippin has interpreted and reinterpreted these in a body of work that has revealed a constant transition. In 2007 she was named a Master of Australian Craft and in 2015 she was named a State Living Treasure.

077

Devils Marbles II (Pink) from Constellation 1 Series, 2018

porcelain

$1,500

078

Devils Marbles II from Constellation 1 Series (No. 207), 2018

porcelain, gold & platinum lustre

$8,000

079

Devils Marbles II from Constellation 1 Series (No. 257), 2018

porcelain, gold & platinum lustre

$7,000

080

Devils Marbles II from Constellation 1 Series (No. 283), 2018

porcelain, gold lustre

$2,200

081

Devils Marbles III (Pink) from Constellation 1 Series, 2019

porcelain

$1,800

082

Pindan Series Platter, 2019

porcelain

$7,800

EDMONDS, Sally

Sally Edmonds' work reflects her passion for birds. Using pastel and coloured pencil she leans towards realism but deliberately veers away from the traditional style of portraying wildlife, preferring to use a bolder style with visible marks, large size, negative space, dramatic light and exaggerated colour. Sally has won multiple awards for her work and was awarded the People's Choice Award at the 2017 and 2018 Fine Art @ Hale exhibitions.

083

Big Blue, 2019

pastel on paper

$3,200

084

River King II, 2019

pastel on paper

$3,500

085

Skye, 2019

watercolour & colour pencil

$600


ELLIOTT, Neil

Neil Elliott is a multi-award winning Perth hills-based painter and sculptor. Neil draws inspiration from history, engineering, his dreams and the many interesting objects in his studio. In 2017 Neil was awarded a statewide touring exhibition of his sculptures with Art on the Move, and he was also the winner of the 2018 Fine Art @ Hale Award with his sculpture Robot 63.

086

Crocodylus Stradivarius, 2019

found objects

$1,400

087

Daddy Long legs, 2019

found objects

$1,300

088

Drawer of Fish, 2019

found objects

$800

089

Same BAT TIME, Same BAT CHANNEL, 2019

found objects

$1,300

ELSEY, Kate

An exhibiting artist since 1992, Kate Elsey has held more than 20 solo exhibitions and been included in numerous group exhibitions in private and public galleries. The inspiration behind Kate’s works comes from the beauty and theatre of the natural world in which she observes the way life interacts and connects with its evolutionary strength and fragility. The structure of her work reflects the complexity of nature’s system using a strong tonal imagery. Kate’s textural expression is consolidated into an abstracted composition inviting a range of interpretations. This work appears courtesy of Linton & Kay Gallery.

090

The Wisdom in Your Eyes, 2018 oil on linen

$11,000

FERRARIO, Silvana

Silvana Ferrario is an award-winning glass artist. Her inspiration comes from her experiences, memories and surroundings. She is intrigued by the geometry present in both man-made and naturally occurring structures, and its opposition to the fluidity of the natural elements. Silvana particularly likes to use the viscosity of the glass when it is hot to give movement to her work, even with a structured subject.

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Red Tail 1, 2019

glass

$750

092

Red Tail 2, 2019

glass

$480

093

Renewal 49, 2019

glass

$375

094

Step Out of Line 20, 2019

glass

$450

095

Strata 25, 2019

glass

$460

096

White Tail 1, 2019

glass

$240


FOSSIER-MILLS, Laurie

A fascination with glass has evolved into an exciting personal journey of discovery for Laurie Fossier-Mills. Exploring new concepts and techniques, experimentation with forms and the incorporation of colour and texture realise Laurie's purpose of creating work that calls out to be touched and contemplated. These artworks are to be enjoyed as both functional and visual pieces of art.

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Blues & Greens Murrine platter, kiln formed 2019

$185

098

Complex Cane paperweight, 2019

furnace glass

$110

099

Murrine Excitement Canary, 2019

mouth blown glass

$295

100

Murrine Excitement Gold Pink, 2019

mouth blown glass

$260

101

Murrine Excitement Tangerine, 2019

mouth blown glass

$260

102

Outback Sands, 2019

cast and fused glass

$245

FRANCES, Dale

Dale Frances studied Fine Art at Curtin University and in London and has an oeuvre which includes drawing, painting, print media and textiles. She has turned slip casting into an art form of both hand-formed and found objects. She applies all her experience, creativity and knowledge to making and altering the beautiful objects she creates.

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Filii Perussi - duodecim, 2019

porcelain

$215

104

Filii Perussi - quattour, 2019

porcelain

$290

105

Filii Perussi - quindecim, 2019

porcelain

$245

106

Filii Perussi - sedecim, 2019

porcelain

$225

107

Filii Perussi - septendecim, 2019

porcelain

$320

108

Filii Perussi - tredecim, 2019

porcelain

$230

FYNN DICKINSON, Lynda

Lynda Fynn Dickinson’s artwork is driven by a deep love for Western Australian landscapes, where she draws upon myriad shapes, colours, textures and patterns to evoke its essence. There Lynda feels she has the freedom to express a landscape and its fauna in a very individual way. Lynda’s recent work includes fossils and sea creatures which she likes to bring alive, imbuing them with emotion and attitude, as in her Fish-Fight-Back series.

109

Ancient Seas, 2019

acrylic on linen

110

Pablo, 2019

mixed media on linen

$650

111

School's Out, 2019

mixed media on linen

$2,110

$1,150


GIBSON, Marg

Marg Gibson has spent the past 20 years experimenting with various styles and media. While enjoying working with acrylics, Marg has developed a distinctive textile layering technique which uses a range of fabrics and textures to represent the colours of our landscape and coastline. The technique is particularly successful in capturing the different nuances of light as it plays on and through water.

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Kimberley Coast, 2019

textiles

$850

113

Storm at Sunset, 2019

textiles

$550

114

Under the Sugar Gums, 2019

textiles

$750

GIDDY, James

South African-born James Giddy completed a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) at Curtin University and has expanded his practice to include painting murals throughout rural WA and NSW, as well as in South Africa and Indonesia. Through the medium of painting, James is able to push and pull emphasis, abstracting and glorifying spaces, encouraging the viewer to reconsider a subject and look beyond a single point of focus.

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Harmony, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,800

116

Unseen, 2019

oil on canvas

$450

117

Winter Shopping, 2019

oil on canvas

$670

GORDON, Katie

Initially studying Theatre Design at WAAPA, Katie Gordon went on to complete a business degree and worked as an accountant for several years before becoming a full time artist in 2016. Her meticulous, sensitively rendered drawings seek to capture fleeting moments of beauty as seen in everyday life, with the most recent 'shadows' series in particular, exploring the nuances between light and dark, as well as figurative and abstract.

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Untitled (Shadows) I, 2019

coloured pencil on board

$1,400

119

Untitled (Shadows) II, 2019

coloured pencil on board

$1,400

120

Untitled (Shadows) III, 2019

coloured pencil on board

$800


GORDON, Philippa

Philippa Gordon, who has been exhibiting for the past 23 years, is a qualified artist, teacher and studio ceramist. Pip’s work explores a variety of themes reflecting her life experiences and indirectly those of others. Clay is her ‘vehicle’ for personal expression. Pip is inspired by Japanese culture and artistic traditions, where art and nature pervade everyday life for all.

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Peony bowl I, 2019

speckled stoneware

$340

122

Peony bowl II, 2019

speckled stoneware

$150

123

Peony large bowl, 2019

speckled stoneware

$580

124

Sakura Cherry Blossom bowl I, 2019

speckled stoneware

$170

125

Sakura Cherry Blossom large bowl I, 2019

speckled stoneware

$580

126

Sakura Cherry Blossom large bowl II, 2019

stoneware mishima technique

$600

GREEN, David

David Green’s preoccupation is with both natural and urban landscapes. His beautifully worked surfaces are also just as much about paint marks in chromatic greys, which render his works understated, mysterious, ineffable, sublime and as timeless as the “landscapes, endless horizons and the subtle shifts of light at the start and end of the day”, which he says inspires his work.

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Deeper into the Day, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$1,800

128

Empty Days, Burning, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$1,800

HANSEN, Nidia

An award-winning and exhibiting artist, Nidia Hansen is a Colombian-born contemporary Australian artist who explores the intersections between art, nature and cultural backgrounds. Nidia's artworks are nature-based and her creations are the study of the organic world, abstract microcosms, colour fields, biomimicry, entomology and botanical topics. While her work is diverse, her main subject is the relationship between forms, shapes, colours and textures in nature and cultural and feminine iconography.

129

Eventual Prediction, 2019

mixed media on board

$1,600

130

Fractual Frequency, 2019

mixed media on board

$1,400

131

Fundamental Derivation, 2019

mixed media on canvas

$480


HEWITT, Jordy

Jordy Hewitt is an emerging Australian artist and painter. She completed a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) from Curtin University in 2014 and has exhibited nationally in solo and group exhibitions. Life Outside is a series of paintings made after the birth of her first child. Returning to the studio, saturated colours were jarring and the artist worked on reducing and toning down until the paintings became light and pearlescent.

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Life Outside IV, 2018

oil & wax on canvas

$1,300

133

Life Outside XIV, 2018

oil & wax on canvas

$1,300

134

Life Outside XXVI, 2018

oil & wax on canvas

$3,100

HOLLINSHEAD, Judy

Having had a previous career as an artistic director in the fashion industry, Judy Hollinshead has a natural affiliation towards colour and texture. These are often key signatures in her design work and paintings. Her love of stylised compositions stems directly from her graphic design background.

135

Brighten Your Day, 2018

pastel on paper

$650

136

Here I Come, 2019

pastel on paper

$475

137

So So Sweet, 2019

pastel on paper

$750

HOPKINS, Sam

Sam Hopkins is a young emerging Western Australian artist with a background in landscaping design, construction, interior design and woodworking. Finding inspiration from human behaviour, nature, world travel and experimenting with materials and tools in new ways, Hopkins takes commonplace materials and teases out shapes and narratives, peeling back layers to reveal hidden meanings and perspectives.

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En Masse, 2019

Australian hardwood marine plywood

$3,950

139

Succession I, 2019

WA river stone with corten steel plinth

$2,150

HOY, Susan

Susan Hoy paints contemplative stylised landscapes in gouache on watercolour paper, creating recognisable subjects imbued with unique design. Her delicate sculptural pieces 'evolve' from paper pulp embedded with organic materials. This process fulfils her need to use up the discarded and celebrates the joy of the insignificant and ephemeral.

140

Black & White vessel I, 2018

paper pulp & found objects

$125

141

Seafarers on Driftwood (set of 5), 2018

paper pulp & seaweed/found objects

$135

142

Vessels with Wattle (set of 3), 2017

paper pulp & plant material

$110


INNECCHI AMARAL, Tatiana

Tatiana Innecchi Amaral was born in Brazil and grew up in Sao Paulo City where she obtained an internationally recognized Fine Arts degree. Growing up in a concrete jungle led to Tatiana’s deep appreciation of the natural environment. Tatiana´s work represents the rebirth found in nature’s continuous cycles and symbolizes the patterns, shapes and colours found in her new Australian environment.

143

Gold Between Black & White, 2019

acrylic & gold leaf on cotton paper

$720

144

The Attraction of Opposites, 2018

acrylic & gold leaf on cotton paper

$965

145

Under the Gum Tree, 2018

acrylic & watercolour on cotton paper

$870

JAINE, Martin

Martin Jaine is the man behind the brand: from farmer to antiques dealer, builder to sculptor. Martin has spent many years getting his hands dirty while lovingly polishing fine antiques and restoring historic properties in and around Perth. Martin Jaine Sculptures began in 2011 as a hobby and is now a thriving business that makes handcrafted sculptures from recycled materials.

146

Bunch of Flowers, 2019

recycled metal

$2,450

147

Grasstree, 2019

recycled metal

$395

148

Hot Tuna, 2019

recycled metal

$595

149

Kangaroo, 2019

recycled metal

$2,950

150

Surfer, 2019

recycled metal

$24,000

JAMES, Shana

Shana James is a mid-career Western Australian artist who works in painting, printmaking and artists’ books. Graduating with a Fine Art degree from Curtin University in 1989, she has maintained a continued practice over the past 30 years. Shana is currently a Masters by Research Candidate at Edith Cowan University in Visual Arts; where she is continuing her narrative art practice. Her images are symbolic and storytelling, a poetic interpretation of events in every day life.

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Expansive (5/20), 2016

drypoint

$550

152

Growth (5/20), 2016

drypoint

$550

153

Internal (5/20), 2016

drypoint

$550

154

The Promise of Corners (5/20), 2016

drypoint

$550


JUNIPER, Ben

Ben Juniper is an Australian sculptor, painter and print maker. Originally trained as a jeweller, Ben followed with a successful, if brief, musical career and stints as a commercial set painter. Self-taught in the practice of blacksmithing, Ben's works are an amalgamation of art forms with a style that is characterised by a strong sense of design that synergises writhing free-form lines, scrolls, spirals and myriad textures.

155

A Kiss of Colour, 2018

oil & acrylic on Belgian linen

$5,500

156

Cocky Fokker II, 2018

forged stainless steel & copper

$8,500

157

Girl in a Red Jacket, 2018

oil & acrylic on Belgian linen

$5,500

158

Landing in Fog (6/30), 2018

archival pigment ink on German etching paper

$1,850

159

Lift, 2010

forged antique steel & stainless, found objects

$9,500

160

Lucid Dreaming, 2018

oil & acrylic on Belgian linen

$8,500

161

Planetarium, 2018

forged; steel, copper, stainless steel, hand blown glass & found objects

162

Sunset near the Bungles (3/30), 2018

archival pigment ink on German etching paper

$1,650

163

Super Dooper Loop, 2000

forged steel & slumped glass

$7,500

164

Villa Gajah (Bali) (6/30), 2018

archival pigment ink on German etching paper

$1,450

$11,500

KAY, Ian

One-time forest ranger, journalist, manufacturer and restorer, Ian Kay has a special knack for repurposing materials. Visual art has always been a creative outlet and three-dimensional creation is his focus. Ian’s accumulated timber and metal treasures are reimagined to become the basis of his sculptural forms.

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Bush Flight, 2019

found objects & timber

166

First Crossing, 2018

found object & timber

167

Toron Egro, 2018

found objects

$550 $1,050 $850


The Warmun Art Centre has a reputation as one of the most renowned and respected centres for Aboriginal art in Australia. At the time of its establishment in 1998, Deputy Headmaster David Bean, was planning the first Kimberley Cross Cultural Tour for a group of Year 11 Hale School students to visit the Warmun Community. Subsequent tours, and the commencement of an Indigenous Scholarship Program at Hale School has seen a mutually beneficial relationship develop between Hale School and the Warmun Community. With several boys from the remote community having now graduated from Hale School, it seems a natural fit that Fine Art @ Hale should build on the relationship established by the school, and this year, we are delighted to be able to exhibit a selection of work by Warmun artists. Paintings from Warmun are characterised by their textured surfaces built from various, locally sourced, coloured ochres. The works are a tangible link to the East Kimberley region, and the cultural knowledge of these artists. The Fine Art @ Hale Committee gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the staff and artists of the Warmun Art Centre who have partnered with us this year to make this part of the exhibition possible.

We trust that all patrons enjoy the addition of these works to the 2019 Fine Art @ Hale Exhibition


BRAY, Eileen

Eileen Bray is a very well-respected language teacher and translator in Warmun Community BRAY, Eileen and has been involved with the Gija language program at the Ngalangangpum Community School in Warmun forwell-respected many years. Her traditional country within Purnululu, known as Eileen Bray is a very language teacher andlies translator in Warmunalso Community the Bungle Bungles andwith shethe takes countryprogram and its Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) stories as BRAY, Eileen and has been involved Gijathis language at the Ngalangangpum Community the subject of her work. Eileen Bray appears at 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art SchoolBray in Warmun forwell-respected many years. Her traditional country within Purnululu, known as Eileen is a very language teacher andlies translator in Warmunalso Community Centre. the Bungles andwith shethe takes countryprogram and its Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) stories as andBungle has been involved Gijathis language at the Ngalangangpum Community the subject of her work. Eileen BrayHer appears at 2019 Fine lies Art @ Hale, courtesy also of Warmun Art School Warmun for many years. traditional country within Purnululu, known as Untitled, 2018 ochre & pigment on W01 in $918 Centre. the Bungle Bungles and she takes this country and its Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) stories as canvas the subject of her work. Eileen Bray appears at 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Untitled, 2018 ochre & pigment on W01 $918 Centre.

canvas ochre & pigment on $918 Tommy Carroll was born on Doon Doon Station, 100 kilometres north of Warmun Community. canvas CARROLL, Tommy

CARROLL, Tommy W01 Untitled, 2018

His bush name is Balabany. Tommy commenced painting in late 1999 and says that painting makes him thinkwas about hisoncountry and the Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) the places he Tommy Carroll born Doon Doon Station, 100 kilometres north stories, of Warmun Community. used to visit as a child and when he was working as a stockman at Doon Doon, Bow River and CARROLL, His bush name isTommy Balabany. Tommy commenced painting in late 1999 and says that painting Lissadell stations. Tommy works are often and brooding using heavy makes thinkwas about hisonCarroll's country and the Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) the places he Tommyhim Carroll born Doon Doon Station, 100dark kilometres north stories, of Warmun Community. concentrations of black charcoal and red natural ochres. Tommy Carroll appears at 2019 Fine usedbush to visit as ais child and when he was working as a stockman Doon Doon, and His name Balabany. Tommy commenced painting in late at 1999 and saysBow that River painting Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre. Lissadell stations. Tommy Carroll's works are often dark and brooding using heavy makes him think about his country and the Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) stories, the places he concentrations blackand charcoal and red working natural ochres. Tommy at Carroll at 2019 used to NUGUWARRDING visit as of a child when he was as a stockman Doonappears Doon, Bow RiverFine and (Snake ochre & pigment on W02 $3,120 Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre. Lissadell stations. Tommy Carroll's works are often dark and brooding using heavy Dreaming), 2017 canvas concentrations of black charcoal and red natural ochres. Tommy Carroll appears at 2019 Fine NUGUWARRDING (Snake ochre & pigment on W02 $3,120 Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre.

Dreaming), MALGIL, Evelyn2017 W02 NUGUWARRDING (Snake

canvas ochre & pigment on $3,120 Evelyn Malgil was born in Derby in 1965 and moved to Warmun at age 10. After attending Dreaming), 2017 canvas MALGIL, Evelyn high school in Derby she returned to Warmun, spending a period of time on Bedford Downs cattle station husband Downs is located of Warmun Evelyn Malgil with was her born in DerbyNorman. in 1965 Bedford and moved to Warmun at southwest age 10. After attending Community, and is Norman’s traditional country. Evelyn has remained in Warmun where she MALGIL, high school inEvelyn Derby she returned to Warmun, spending a period of time on Bedford Downs now lives withwith her her five children grandchildren, painting her Country. SheAfter also works at the cattle station husband Norman. Bedford Downs is located of Warmun Evelyn Malgil was born in Derbyand in 1965 and moved to Warmun at southwest age 10. attending Warmun Art Centre Gallery as a casual assistant. Community, is Norman’s traditional country. Evelyn has remained in Warmun where she high school inand Derby she returned to Warmun, spending a period of time on Bedford Downs now lives with her five children and grandchildren, painting her Country. She also works at cattle station with Springs, her husband Norman. Bedford Downs is located southwest of Warmun the Winiper 2017 ochre & pigment on W03 $595 Warmun Art and Centre Gallery astraditional a casual assistant. Community, is Norman’s country. Evelyn has remained in Warmun where she canvas now lives with her five children and grandchildren, painting her Country. She also works at the Winiper Springs, 2017 ochre & pigment on W03 $595 Warmun Art Centre Gallery as a casual assistant.

canvas ochre & pigment on Patrick Mung Mung is a senior artist at Warmun Art Centre and an elder at Warmun canvas MUNG MUNG, Patrick

MUNG MUNG, Patrick W03 Winiper Springs, 2017

$595

Community in the East Kimberley. Like his late father, George Mung Mung, Patrick is a strong cross-cultural communicator and his at work is influenced by the Patrick Mung Mung is a senior artist Warmun Art Centre andprevious an eldergeneration at Warmunof Warmun artists in its raw directness and composition. Patrick started painting 1991Patrick and was MUNG MUNG, Patrick Community in the East Kimberley. Like his late father, George Mung in Mung, is a strong instrumental in establishing the artist-and-community-owned art centre at Warmun in cross-cultural communicator and his at work is influenced by the Warmun Patrick Mung Mung is a senior artist Warmun Art Centre andprevious an eldergeneration at Warmunof 1998. Patrick Mung Mung appears at 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre. artists in its raw directness and composition. Patrick started painting in 1991 and was Community in the East Kimberley. Like his late father, George Mung Mung, Patrick is a strong instrumental incommunicator establishing the centre at Warmun of in 1998. cross-cultural andartist-and-community-owned his work is influenced bypigment theart previous Warmun Ngargooroon - Texas Country, ochre & on generation W04 Mung $3,200 Patrick Mung appears at 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre. artists in its raw directness and composition. Patrick started painting in 1991 and was 2018 canvas instrumental in establishing the artist-and-community-owned art centre at Warmun in 1998. Ngargooroon Texas Country, ochre & pigment on W04 Patrick Mung Mung appears at 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre.$3,200

2018 W04 Ngargooroon - Texas Country, 2018

canvas ochre & pigment on canvas

$3,200


W03 Winiper Springs, 2017

ochre & pigment on canvas

$595

MUNG MUNG, Patrick

Patrick Mung Mung is a senior artist at Warmun Art Centre and an elder at Warmun Community in the East Kimberley. Like his late father, George Mung Mung, Patrick is a strong cross-cultural communicator and his work is influenced by the previous generation of Warmun artists in its raw directness and composition. Patrick started painting in 1991 and was instrumental in establishing the artist-and-community-owned art centre at Warmun in 1998. Patrick Mung Mung appears at 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre.

W04 Ngargooroon - Texas Country, 2018

ochre & pigment on canvas

$3,200

NODEA, Mark

Mark Nodea is one of the most exciting artists of his generation in Warmun today. Growing up, Mark was schooled in two-way learning at the Ngalangangpum School which was founded by NODEA,Warmun Mark artists including Queenie McKenzie, Hector Jandany, Jack Britten and renowned Mark is one the mosteducation exciting artists of hisageneration in Warmun today. Growing RoverNodea Thomas. Thisoftwo-way gave Mark strong grounding in Gija language andup, Mark was schooledwestern in two-way learning at the Ngalangangpum founded by culture, alongside education, which informs his practiceSchool today. which Mark’swas works are bold, renowned artists including Queenie McKenzie, HectorNodea’s Jandany,Ngarrgooroon Jack Britten and strong andWarmun deep in character, painting his mother, artist Nancy country Rover Thomas.around This two-way education a strong grounding inNodea Gija language which extends Texas Station andgave downMark south to Purnululu. Mark appearsand at culture, alongside western education, which Art informs his practice today. Mark’s works are bold, 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Centre. strong and deep in character, painting his mother, artist Nancy Nodea’s Ngarrgooroon country Greenaround IslandTexas - OldStation Texasand down ochre &Purnululu. pigment Mark on Nodea appears $900 W05 extends which south to at Station, 2017courtesy of Warmun Art canvas 2019 Fine Art @ Hale, Centre.

W05 Green Island - Old Texas

ochre & pigment on canvas

$900

Rock, 2019 W06 Flat Gilban, 2019 W07

ochre & pigment on canvas

$3,600 $1,000

W07 Gilban, 2019

ochre & pigment on canvas

$1,000

PURDIE, Shirley Station, 2017

Shirley Purdie has been painting for more than 20 years and is an artist of increasing significance and seniority. Shirley is a prominent leader in Warmun community and an incisive PURDIE, Shirley cross-cultural communicator. Inspired by more senior Warmun artists including her late Shirley hasMadigan been painting for more than 20 years and isand an artist of increasing mother,Purdie the great Thomas, as well as Rover Thomas Queenie McKenzie, Shirley significance and seniority. is a prominent leaderuncle, in Warmun community began to paint her country Shirley in the early 1990s. Shirley’s artist Jack Britten,and saidantoincisive her, cross-cultural communicator. Inspired by more senior Warmun artists including her late ‘Why don’t you try yourself for painting, you might be all right.' Shirley Purdie appears at 2019 mother, great courtesy Madiganof Thomas, well as Rover Thomas and Queenie McKenzie, Shirley Fine Art the @ Hale, WarmunasArt Centre. began to paint her country in the early 1990s. Shirley’s uncle, artist Jack Britten, said to her, Flatyou Rock, 2019 for painting, you might ochre pigment on Purdie appears $3,600 W06don’t ‘Why try yourself be all&right.' Shirley at 2019 canvas Fine Art @ Hale, courtesy of Warmun Art Centre.


Student Engagement This year Fine Art @ Hale has been able to extend its exhibition time to enable Hale School staff and students to utilise and enjoy the resources of an on-campus visual arts exhibition, prior to opening to the general public. Activities have included student visits from the Junior School, right through to our ATAR Visual Arts students. Together with Lisa Hakkinen (Junior School Art), our curator, Lee Kinsella has developed some engaging worksheets that help students Write About Art – and so develop important skills in critical observation and analysis. Boys from the boarding houses have been treated to an evening tour of the exhibition and talk by guest artist, Carly le Cerf, who spoke of the pursuit of art as a career, and her particular journey as a rural based artist. Getting ‘hands on’ experience, several Service Learning students also volunteered to assist with setting up the exhibition and serving in our weekend café. We especially acknowledge and thank Headmaster, Mr Dean Dell’Oro for his commitment to the Visual Arts and its place in boys’ education, and trust that if your son attends Hale School, he has enjoyed the opportunity to engage with the Visual Arts in this significant on-campus exhibition of established and emerging Western Australian artists. For art lovers attending the weekend exhibition (young and old), please feel free to collect your own worksheet from the sales desk and start ‘Writing About Art!’


KAZEMI, Narsis

Narsis Kazemi grew up in the Middle East before moving to the USA to complete a Masters degree in Interior Architecture and Design and worked as an interior designer for many years. However she maintained and fed her passion for creating beautiful jewellery, using stones, beads and the materials she grew up with, collecting and sourcing quality materials worldwide to create timeless, handmade, one-off jewellery.

J11

Black necklace with pendant, 2019

black beads & fresh water pearls with pendant

J12

Butterfly necklace with bracelet, semi precious 2019 carnelian beads

$230

J13

Carnelian necklace with genuine stone pendant & earrings, 2019

semi precious beads

$320

J14

Cobalt blue necklace & earrings, 2019

semi precious beads & blue agate stone

$185

J15

Jade necklace & pendant, 2019 semi precious beads & carnelian agate stone

$180

J16

Lapis lazuli bracelet, 2019

semi precious beads

$160

J17

Lavender pearls & cut stone pendant, 2019

fresh water pearls & genuine stone

$230

J18

Pearl necklace & pendant, 2019 fresh water pearls & genuine blue stone

$190

J19

Pearls & stone pendant, 2019

pearls & natural stone

$170

J20

Turquoise necklace with pendant & bracelet, 2019

semi precious beads & genuine turquoise stone

$290

$195

KENT, Andy

Andy Kent is a mostly self-taught, Fremantle-based artist. His choice of subject is predominantly the urban landscape and the coast with his surrounds providing a constant source of ideas and inspiration. Through his art Andy focuses on the less traditional subject matter and creates an interesting and engaging composition, often of something that is either overlooked or inherently mundane. By doing so he strives to portray that everything has its own sense of beauty.

168

Garden Island, 2019

oil on canvas

169

Summer, 2019

oil on board

170

Where's That Again? (Before the Storm), 2018

oil on linen

$1,950 $380 $1,450


KNIGHT, Michael

Michael Knight has been a professional artist for 20 years, with solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Fremantle. He was a scholarship winner at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney and continues to use drawing and composition as fundamental tools in his creative practice. Michael’s passion for drawing and composition, and an unusually bold sense of colour, produce evocative works with long-lasting appeal.

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Dinghies, North Fremantle, 2019

oil on linen

$1,400

172

My Back Lane 1, 2017

oil on linen

$2,400

173

My Back Lane 2, 2019

oil on linen

$380

KOLBUSZ, Waldemar

Waldemar Kolbusz creates deeply expressionistic work which penetrates a sense of place, time and space to evoke a feeling and provoke in his audience an involved and sincere response. It is this inimitable clarity and pureness of expression that sets his decidedly sophisticated body of work apart.

174

Florian, 2018

oil on canvas

$6,500

175

Lake Study, 2018

oil on canvas

$1,900

176

Many (32/50, unframed), 2018

print

$1,200

177

Many (33/50, unframed), 2018

print

$1,200

178

Many (AP), 2018

print

$1,500

KORTE, Alix

As a graphic designer, illustrator and later a book designer, Alix Korte has never lost her love of line work, colour and composition. Now with a full-time career as an oil painter, Alix draws from this background to capture the mood using oil paint in thin washes with some heavy impasto work over the top, representing a sense of movement in her work with her favourite subjects of animals and water.

179

Bringing Them In, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,500

180

Lilly Pond, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,800

181

Terns at Leyton Beach, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,500

KRUGER, Hayley

Hayley Kruger has a passion for all things botanical, both local Australian flora as well as the traditional South African flowers that reside in her earliest memories. Inspired by the strength and architectural form of native plants, she paints with bold colours and shapes, grappling with the enjoyable challenge of capturing light on form.

182

Eminence, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$500

183

Glowing, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$500


LAING, Mia

The main goal of Mia Laing's paintings has been to capture the sun-drenched beauty of the Western Australian lifestyle, specialising in oil paintings across many different genres, from traditional through to the whimsical. Mia's work has recently been launched on a series of greeting cards available Australia-wide and internationally.

184

Bearly Connected, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,500

185

Down on His Luck, 2018

oil on canvas

$1,500

186

Summer Blues, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,900

LE CERF, Carly

Carly Le Cerf lives in Mount Barker and has a deep connection to the land. Her works respond to the rhythms of the agricultural seasons, an intuitive process, involving layering and carving with beeswax and paint, developing into seductively tactile works.

187

Heading South, 2019

oil & wax

$2,600

188

Road to the Stirlings, 2019

oil & wax

$1,200

189

Track Back, 2019

oil & wax

$1,200

LEEMING, Sue

Sue Leeming attended the University of Auckland, Elam School of Fine Art and majored in printmaking, graduating with a Fine Art Degree and a post-graduate Diploma in Fine Art in 1995. Her current practice is primarily based around painting and drawing and extends ideas of abstraction, landscape, identity and spirituality. She experiments with the physicality of paint and process, allowing the imagery to spring from process.

190

In The Thick of It, 2019

ink & gesso on ply

$600

191

Renewal, 2019

oil & ink on clayboard

$600

192

Where Loss Abides, 2019

oil & ink on canvas

$2,000

LEIB, Marc

Marc Leib has been working with glass for more than 25 years furthering his passion for kiln forming, kiln carving, fusing, pate de verre and all other disciplines pertaining to this media. After immigrating to Perth in 2002 he opened the Art Glass Studio in Morley to teach and expand his art practice taking inspiration from the glass properties itself, observing nature and the brilliant colours reflected by light and play. In April 2017 Marc won the Tom Malone Prize for his work titled ‘Inner core’, which is now part of the State Art Collection.

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Contemplation, 2017

glass

$3,950

194

Dissolution, 2017

glass

$2,800

195

Honoured Memories, 2017

glass

$2,800

196

Past Reflections, 2017

glass

$2,800

197

Reminisce, 2017

glass

$2,800

198

Transversing, 2018

glass

$1,800


LIEBENBERG, Vanessa

Vanessa Liebenberg is a textile designer, illustrator and artist. Her textile background is very evident in her work which is resolved through layers of different media, technique and pattern. Explorations in the beauty, pattern, colours and intricacies of nature creep into her work producing often unexpected results.

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Going Home I, 2019

mixed media & pyrography on wood

$1,800

200

Going Home II, 2019

mixed media & pyrography on wood

$1,800

201

Roots, 2018

mixed media & pyrography on wood

$1,800

LOWE, Felicia

Multi-award winning acrylic and pastel figurative artist, Felicia Lowe has been professionally painting for nearly 20 years. Colour, light and movement within the local environment enthral Felicia. Her intention is to capture slightly whimsical but always pleasing moments in time while challenging her materials, mediums and processes.

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Anticipation, 2018

acrylic on canvas

$475

203

Bee-have, 2018

acrylic on canvas

$975

204

Gilded Pursuit, 2018

acrylic on canvas

$2,475

MAHER, Philip

Philip Maher became fascinated with molten, moving glass after connecting with Alan Fox at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Experimenting and building up a repertoire of different slumping and fusing techniques has enabled Philip to perfect his art practice. He is currently focusing on vitrigraph pulls creating glass rods that are cut up to fuse and slump into myriad art pieces.

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Ascending, 2019

fused glass

$275

206

Bubbles from Below I, 2019

fused glass

$185

207

Bubbles from Below II, 2019

fused glass

$185

208

Bubbles from Below III, 2019

fused glass

$185

209

Deep Red Coral, 2019

fused glass

$875

210

Step Up, 2019

fused glass

$325


MALONE, Victoria

Ceramic artist Victoria Malone is currently on an exploration of crystalline glazes. Believing that much of the artist's training lies in mastering both technology and alchemy, each kiln unloading offers many surprises. The crystals develop in the cooling stage of the firing cycle, and to achieve a successful result, serendipity of all elements needs to take place. Victoria's work reflects the outcome of these explorations.

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Gentle Ocean I, 2019

crystalline glazed ceramic

$90

212

Gentle Ocean II, 2019

crystalline glazed ceramic

$80

213

Into the Deep, 2019

crystalline glazed ceramic

$100

214

Ocean at Midnight, 2019

crystalline glazed ceramic

$100

215

Strobing bowl, 2019

crystalline glazed ceramic

$90

216

Strobing tall bowl, 2019

crystalline glazed ceramic

$100

MAPLE, Kim

Perth artist Kim Maple's body of powerful, passionate and vibrant work is inspired by the Australian landscapes and interior spaces. During her career Kim has produced a significant body of constantly evolving work. Her extensive practical exploration, influenced by extended travel through the south west karri forests and Margaret River region, expresses a contemporary appreciation for the unique Western Australian bush. Kim has had 35 solo gallery exhibitions around Australia and overseas and her work is held in many collections and is currently featured on Leeuwin Estate's wine.

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Bush Near Me I, 2019

oil on canvas

$550

218

Bush Near Me II, 2019

oil on canvas

$550

219

Bush Near Me III, 2019

oil on canvas

$550

220

Bush Near Me IV, 2019

oil on canvas

$550

MARTYN, Jarrad

Jarrad Martyn's practice explores how different moments in Australian history have been framed and how we engage with spaces after they have become abandoned. In 2017 he won the Joondalup Community Invitation Art Award and recently had a painting acquired by the Edith Cowan University Art Collection. Jarrad won first prize at the 2017 Fine Art @ Hale with his work, GWS.

221

Time, 2019

oil on wood

$650


MCALPINE, Matthew

Matthew McAlpine is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Wadjuk Nyoongar boodja (Perth). His practice aims to explore the complexities and problems of celebrating colonial history and its legacies.

222

Department of Land Theft III, 2019

acrylic, fluorescent pigment & binder on canvas

$600

223

Department of Land Theft IV, 2019

acrylic, fluorescent pigment & binder on canvas

$600

MCCLELLAND, Christopher

Award-winning Perth-based artist, Christopher McClelland, has exhibited widely within Australia and has been shown in London, Paris and New York. Christopher teaches art at Hale School. He is represented by Harvison Gallery in Perth, The Studio Gallery in Yallingup and Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery in Sydney.

224

Autumn Leaves over the Indian Ocean, 2018

oil on canvas

$3,400

225

Lute on South Western Road, 2019

oil on canvas

$1,800


MERRITT, Jennie

Jennie Merritt is a flamework glass artist primarily making jewellery but also sculptural pieces. She started to make jewellery in 2004 and progressed to flame working glass. Mostly selftaught, she uses traditional flameworking techniques to create unconventional works. Jennie has a signature style of sculpting the glass directly on to wires which she then uses in her pieces alongside other mixed media.

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Carmen Bubbles, 2019

blown flameworked glass

$349

J22

Clementine Bubbles, 2019

blown flameworked glass

$349

J23

Ebony Bubbles, 2019

blown flameworked glass

$349

J24

Marina Bubbles, 2019

blown flameworked glass

$349

J25

Marina Posy pendant, 2019

flameworked glass

$129

J26

Nocturne, 2019

flameworked glass

$449

J27

Scarlett Bubbles, 2019

blown flameworked glass

$349

J28

Scarlett Posy pendant, 2019

flameworked glass

$129

J29

Summer Garden, 2019

flameworked glass

$699

J30

Twilight Garden, 2019

flameworked glass

$699

MILLS, Sarah

Sarah Mills is an multi-disciplinary artist who graduated from Edith Cowan University with firstclass honours in Visual Art. Sarah has a particular interest in the humanities, including the segregation between Indigenous and European Australia, and through art, explores ways to bridge the gap. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, has featured in international publications such as Womankind Magazine, and has won prestigious awards such as the Mid West Prize 2017. As awkward as it can sometimes be, Mills likes to subtly show beauty in the blatant truth.

226

Death in the Nest (print editions digital photograph on available), 2019 ply

$350

227

The Birds and the Bees (print editions available), 2019

digital photograph on ply

$350

228

The Circle of Love and Loss, 2017

digital photograph

$2,000


MONTGOMERIE, Genevieve

Genevieve Montgomerie is best known for her intricate acrylic studies, capturing the quality of outdoor life shared by Australians indulging in the pleasures of coastal living. Her Western Australian works, in particular, are spontaneous and simple in subject yet recall for the observers a familiar perspective they cherish as particularly 'western beauty'. Once described as 'technically traditional with a refreshing twist on the realist', Montgomerie's work is strong and vibrant with a determined expression of her national pride.

229

Bliss - Parker Point, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$3,800

230

Contacio - Scarborough, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$3,800

231

Indiana's Perspective, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$3,800

MOSTYN, Rosemary

Rosemary Mostyn is an established artist printmaker who works in traditional printmaking techniques including hand-pulled collagraph, waterless lithography and aluminium etching. Travelling abroad and experiencing many diverse cultures have inspired her images as have the textures and geographical formations in capturing the spiritual connection of the outback. Rosemary recently won the 2018 Printmaking Award, York Society Arts & Craft Exhibition.

232

Cockburn Ranges (unique state), 2019

waterless lithograph/collagraph

$180

233

Due Piccioni, Siena (1/7), 2019

aluminium etching

$210

234

Due Piccioni, Siena (2/7, unframed), 2019

aluminium etching

$120

235

Due Piccioni, Siena (3/7, unframed), 2019

aluminium etching

$120

236

Greek Urns (unique state), 2019 waterless lithograph/collagraph

$160


MULDERS, Annemieke

Annemieke Mulders is a ceramic artist living in Perth. She was born in the Netherlands, studied physics and took ceramic sculpture evening classes. After reconnecting with ceramics while teaching at the University of NSW she has expanded her artistic skills, making ceramic functional ware and sculptural work in which she explores the border and shared space of order, chaos, function, asymmetry and beauty.

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Anemone bowl I, 2019

stoneware

$70

238

Anemone bowl II, 2019

stoneware

$90

239

Anemone vase, 2019

stoneware

$90

240

Fused vase I, 2019

porcelain

$70

241

Fused vase II, 2019

porcelain

$70

242

Jazz cups (4 cups), 2019

porcelain

$170

243

Teaset (teapot & 2 medium cups), 2019

stoneware

$200

O'CONNELL, Michael

Michael O'Connell is both an artist and teacher. Although predominantly a painter, Michael recently has joyfully explored the possibilities that media other than paint can bring to his personal practice. Michael's connection to Hale is strong having taught in the art department for many years.

244

Drawn, 2019

charcoal & acrylic on paper

$1,900

245

O'Connell does Magritte, 2019

acrylic & resin on board

$1,900

246

Swipe Right - North Freo, 2019

charcoal & acrylic on paper

$1,900

247

This was once all I wanted, 2018/19

oil on canvas

$4,500


PADGET, Leesa

Leesa Padget is a Perth-hills based artist working in mixed media. Her practice regularly involves the use of found objects to produce an eclectic range of paintings and small sculpture. At the heart of her practice is storytelling, not just from her own narrative, but providing space in the works to prompt an exploration of the viewers' own experiences.

248

Captain Teacup, 2017

mixed media

$300

249

Garbage Guts, 2019

mixed media

$400

250

Ode to the Invertebrate Father, 2019

mixed media

$250

251

Take Time to Stop and Eat the Roses, 2019

mixed media

$400

252

The Tattered Threads of Midnight, 2019

mixed media

$2,800

PARKMAN, Robyn

Robyn Parkman is an emerging artist who moved to Perth in 2011 with her young family. Robyn takes inspiration from the wildlife and nature surrounding her and works mostly in acrylic and paperclay.

253

A Dog's Life, 2019

earthenware & paperclay

$350

254

A Mothers Love, 2019

earthenware & paperclay

$640

255

Loxodonta (Ellie), 2019

earthenware & paperclay

$600

256

Quokka, 2019

earthenware & paperclay

$540

PAYNE, Susan

Susan Payne is an award-winning artist who has been involved in large and small group exhibitions locally. Her paintings and commissions are represented in private collections in Australia as well as the UK, Italy, Japan, New Zealand and France. As president of the Watercolour Society of WA, Susan is passionate about promoting watercolours and Western Australian artists.

257

Early Morning Fisherman, 2019 watercolour on paper

$380

258

Looking Good and "Scruffy", 2019

watercolour on paper

$400

259

The Ferry Terminal, Maccagno, watercolour on paper Lake Maggiore, Italy, 2019

$400


PERICLES, Leon

With a career spanning 50 years and more than 150 solo exhibitions, Leon Pericles holds his place as an important Australian painter and printmaker. His recent retrospective 'Just Scratching the Surface’ was held in late 2018, and with more than 500 artworks on display and a record number of attendees it was reflective of the ongoing success of Leon’s creative expression. His creativity and imagination combined with impressive technical skills, have resulted in work which engages and challenges the viewer. Sometimes narrative, often whimsical, and frequently absurd, his view on society and the Australian landscape is unique.

260

A Jayleen Burger with Wandjina to Go (27/50), 1996

etching, hand colour

$850

261

Botanicus Familiaris (59/150), 2009

etching, hand colour

$1,250

262

It'll Be Huge in the Morning (88/150), 2012

etching, collage

$3,000

263

Where Did I Leave My Scissors etching, hand colour (30/50), 1994

$960

264

Widji Letterbox Landscape (36/150), 2007

$990

etching, hand colour

PHILLIPS, Anita

Anita Phillips fell in love with working in oils and has been exploring their complexities ever since. Painting landscapes, cloudscapes and still life, Anita attempts to capture mood and atmosphere. Having grown up in the Wheatbelt, her work often depicts themes associated with the open expanses of the agricultural landscape, sky and water.

265

A Momentary Thing..., 2019

oil on canvas

$960

266

Seasons Go..., 2019

oil on canvas

$460

267

Turn of the Season, 2019

oil on canvas

$2,660


POH, Cynthia

Cynthia Poh has been designing, creating, teaching and selling jewellery since 2003. Trained in San Francisco, she is well versed in different jewellery-making techniques and specialises in bead weaving. Her style is a juxtaposition of traditional and avant-garde, balancing simplicity with a touch of sophistication.

J31

Chrysoprase Edison pearl earrings, 2019

Edison cultured pearls, sterling silver, chrysoprase, Swarovski

$120

J32

Golden Leaves necklace, 2019

lapis lazuli, gold plate

$225

J33

Green Malachite tassel earrings, 2019

malachite cabochons, glass, silk, stainless steel

$65

J34

Lapis lazuli Edison pearl earrings, 2019

Edison cultured pearls, sterling silver, lapis lazuli, Swarovski

$120

J35

Matrix earrings, 2019

glass beads, 24kt gold plated

$70

J36

Netsome Glamour necklace, 2019

glass beads

$275

J37

Pearl in a Pod necklace, 2019

Swarovski, metal beads

$225

J38

The Sky Between necklace, 2019

glass beads, artisan clasp

$95

J39

Tiffany pearl earrings, 2019

freshwater pearls, glass beads, sterling silver, Swarovski

$75

J40

Zoisite Opera necklace, 2019

zoisite beads, Swarovski, artisan pendant, silk tassel

$185


QUILTY, Andy

Andy Quilty is a multi-disciplinary artist exploring notions of status, belonging and sense of place within the colloquial banality of suburban Australia. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) from Curtin University in 2003, Andy is a lecturer in Fine Art at The University of Western Australia and program patron for the Military Art Program Australia, a not-for-profit organisation assisting military veterans through art therapy.

268

En Route #4, 2018

oil on aluminium composite panel

$750

269

En Route #5, 2018

oil on aluminium composite panel

$750

270

Reserve #17, 2019

graphite on Arches paper

$980

271

Reserve #18, 2019

graphite on Arches paper

$1,200

272

Untitled or Blow Up Car and Skids in the Rock, 2019

screenprint & graphite on Arches paper

$850

REYNOLDS, Peter

Peter Reynolds has been glass-making for more than 25 years. He enjoys the technical challenges of working with hot glass, using ancient techniques and constant movement to create innovative forms.

273

Beached, 2019

glass

$1,320

274

Boab (set of 2), 2019

glass & aluminium

$1,100

275

Coriollis (Blue), 2019

glass

$660

276

Coriollis (Green), 2019

glass

$660

277

Fleurs, 2019

glass & aluminium

$1,320

278

Sedimentary (set of 2), 2019

glass & aluminium

$1,100


RYAN, Anne

Anne Ryan has been an art specialist at government and non-government schools and an art consultant at Edith Cowan University. There are two strands to her work, one from the natural world, while the second is whimsical. The five organic forms on exhibition are made from a combination of paper and raku clay while the final, which features the white rabbit, pays 279 - 283 Forms I - V $350 homage to the contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.

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Ancient Form I, 2019

clay

$80

280

Ancient Form II, 2019

clay

$60

281

Ancient Form III, 2019

clay

$45

282

Ancient Form IV, 2019

clay

$90

283

Ancient Form V, 2019

clay

$95

284

Made in Japan, 2019

clay

$250

SAUNDERS, Gai

Gai Saunders has a background in visual arts as a practitioner and teacher for more than 25 years. Recent studio works have focused on the symbiotic relationship people have with the flora, fauna and environment that surrounds them both in the literal and metaphysical sense. Artwork that tells a story, evokes a feeling or memory are important elements of Gai's work.

285

Scintilla I, 2019

acrylic & collage on canvas

$500

286

Scintilla II, 2019

acrylic & collage on canvas

$500

287

Scintilla III, 2019

acrylic & collage on canvas

$500

SCHEER, Den

Den Scheer is a bush artist from Grass Patch who specialises in portraits of Australian and Arabian agricultural animals. She has exhibited across Australia and at royal shows in the United Arab Emirates.

288

Portrait of a Wagyu Bull, 2019

graphite & oil on paper

$3,200

289

Sketch for the Duel, 2019

pencil & oil on paper

$2,800

290

Zoe, 2017

acrylic on canvas

$1,750


SCHELL, Fleur

Fleur Schell is an internationally recognised sculptor and a professional ceramic artist. The themes Fleur references, and the characters she creates, are triggered by her immediate surroundings and an engagement in the lives of her two children. With a Diploma in Ceramic Art and Design, a degree in Visual Arts from Curtin University and first class honours in ceramics from the University of Tasmania, Fleur is in demand as a presenter internationally.

291

Caring for the strange and peculiar (wall mounted), 2019

porcelain, illustration & found suitcase

$4,000

292

It Only Takes One Kind Act to Start a Ripple, 2019

porcelain, illustration on archival paper, wood, trestle legs

$9,000

293

It's In My Hands to Create a Better World, 2019

porcelain

$6,000

SHELSHER, Amanda

Amanda Shelsher's career spans more than 30 years. Her ceramic sculptures are about her love and connection with our local flora and fauna. With a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Art) from Curtin University, Shelsher has had more than 20 solo exhibitions and exhibited both nationally and internationally in over 60 invitational group exhibitions. Collections include the National Gallery of Australia.

294

Creating Wave, 2019

porcelain

$1,900

295

Preservation, 2019

porcelain

$3,200

SHER, Jules

Jules Sher studied art in London and held solo exhibitions in the UK and South Africa before coming to Australia. He has held 34 solo exhibitions in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra. Jules has major works hanging at Hollywood Private Hospital, Citibank in Sydney and Hale School. Jules won first prize at the Cossack Art Awards in 2002.

296

Approaching Rain - Broome Coastline, 2019

oil on canvas

$7,750

297

Last Light over Old Mine Site oil on canvas and Tin Shed - Goldfields , 2019

$7,750

SHERAR, Ben

Working from his home studio in Kardinya, Ben Sherar has lately been focused on honing his skills painting 'en plein air'. Ben’s current output has diverged into two paths: maintaining a strong focus on painting local Perth scenes, whilst dedicating night-time studio hours to working on large format cloudscapes which take many months to complete.

298

Red Tinny, 2017

oil on canvas

$680

299

Sandy Shore, 2017

oil on canvas

$1,200

300

Shaded Tinnies, 2017

oil on canvas

$400


SORENSEN, Anne

Anne Sorensen has been a professional glass artist for close to 30 years. Her work reflects her day-to-day life, her love of the land and her environment. Anne exhibits in select exhibitions nationally and produces commissioned pieces for Australian and international clients.

301

Abandoned Farm House, 2019

glass

$750

302

Chicken, 2018

glass

$350

303

Gum Trees, 2019

glass

$1,100

304

Skies, 2018

glass

$490

305

The Strawberry Thief, 2019

glass

$1,700

306

Windmill Scene, 2019

glass

$245

STRACK, Jeremy

After completing a Bachelor of Arts at Curtin University, it wasn't long before Jeremy Strack's fascination with birdlife provided inspiration for his bold and stylised compositions on canvas. Jeremy enjoys working in the creative realms of illustration, photography and painting. His artworks use bold composition and colour to represent his favoured subjects.

307

Gouldian Finch, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$695

308

Zebra Finch, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$245

TAKAHASHI, Yuko

Yuko Takahashi is a self-taught artist, born and raised in Japan. Her art is influenced by the beauty of Japan, childhood memories and the unique nature of Australia. Yuko's work has featured in various exhibitions, including Sculpture by the Sea 2015. Her sculptures are held in public and private collections and she has been the recipient of several local art awards.

309

Forest, 2018

bronze

$2,200

310

Lantern, 2018

bronze & jarrah

$1,300

TAYLOR, Alastair

Describing himself as a once-pommie painter and illustrator, Alastair Taylor moved to the Perth hills in 2006. Moved by the light and the landscape, he paints mainly in acrylic on canvas or board. Alastair also ventures into sculptural objects which he makes out of found, upcycled or discarded materials - many of them working clocks.

311

Banksias, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$350

312

Hakea in Yellow Jug, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$390

313

Microcosm, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$1,800


UNO, Keiko

Keiko Uno is renowned for her luxury ocean motif jewellery that captivates both the eye and the imagination. Her work is inspired by the sea which, as an avid diver living on the shores of the Indian Ocean, forms an integral part of her life. Keiko's jewellery designs are a poetic development of ideas that inspire a deep passion for life, love and beauty.

J41

Fragments (aquamarine), 2018

silver with blue sapphire & blue topaz

$450

J42

Fragments (prehnite), 2018

silver, gold, prehnite, peridot, blue topaz

$695

J43

Fragments (rose quartz), 2018

silver with gold finish, rose quartz, blue topaz

$575

J44

North Star (drop earrings), 2018 silver, black rhodium, pearl, cubic zirconia

$190

J45

North Star (stud), 2018

silver, pearl, cubic zirconia

$170

J46

North Star pendant, 2018

silver, pearl

$110

J47

Octopus (blue topaz), 2018

silver, black rhodium, gold finish, blue topaz

$880

J48

Octopus (pearl), 2018

silver, gold, baroque pearl

$540

J49

Octopus I (labradorite), 2018

silver, black rhodium, gold, labradorite

$495

J50

Octopus II (labradorite), 2018

silver, black rhodium, gold, labradorite, blue topaz

$880

VINKOVIC, Andrea

Andrea Vinkovic completed an Advanced Diploma of Art and Design (ceramics) at Central TAFE in 2002. She was a ceramic technician and casual lecturer at TAFE and has exhibited nationally and internationally since 2001, including in South Korea, Bendigo, Brisbane, Sydney, and at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe and Bondi. Currently she runs open access ceramic studio ClayMake Studio with her daughter Emma.

314

Transformation Study I, 2019

high fired local clay

$680

315

Transformation Study II, 2019

high fired local clay

$680

316

Transformation Study III, 2019

high fired local clay

$680


VINKOVIC, Emma

Emma Vinkovic is a young ceramist, making both functional and sculptural work. Her sculptural work is inspired by architecture – how people shape cities and how cities shape people. Emma is also co-founder of ClayMake Studio, an open-access ceramics studio based in Maylands, Perth.

317

Desert City Series I, 2019

ceramics, WA stoneware

$230

318

Desert City Series II, 2019

ceramics, WA stoneware

$230

319

Desert City Series III, 2019

ceramics, WA stoneware

$230

320

Desert City Series IV, 2019

ceramics, WA stoneware

$230

WELLS, Robin

Robin Wells has been creating jewellery for more than 25 years. She pays particular attention to the surface treatment of metal, utilising the traditional technique of keum-boo where a very fine layer of 24 carat gold is painstakingly cut and layered onto a fine silver surface and fused using heat and burnishing tools. Her work is an ongoing narrative of concerns for our natural environment and the effect we have on it.

J51

Banksia earrings, 2019

sterling silver, silver, 24ct gold

$220

J52

Cockatoo earrings, 2019

silver, 24ct gold

$220

J53

Cockatoo pendant, 2019

sterling silver, black onyx

$450

J54

Cockatoo ring, 2019

silver, 24ct gold

$380

J55

Grasses earrings, 2019

silver, black onyx & 24ct gold

$350

J56

Hakea pendant, 2019

sterling silver, silver, 24ct gold

$330

J57

Leaf imprint earrings, 2019

silver, sterling silver, 24ct gold, rubies

$440

J58

Leaf imprint ring, 2019

sterling silver, rubies

$450


WILHELM, Lauren

Lauren Wilhelm is an award-winning mid-career artist who finds inspiration in history, often juxtaposing classically themed images with suburban elements. She has had many successful shows around Australia and has exhibited in New York, Spain and Italy. Lauren studied at Curtin University and in Budapest, Hungary and currently works in the Margaret River region.

321

Gentle 2, 2019

oil on board

$2,200

322

Gentle 3, 2019

oil on board

$2,200

323

Romaine, 2019

oil on linen

$4,800

WILKIE, Fi

Artist Fi Wilkie lives in, and draws inspiration from, Margaret River. Her most recent work is a celebration of the Australian bush. She is particularly interested in the contrast between its apparent chaos and the highly-structured relationships within it.

324

Banksia Rhapsody (3/50), 2018 photographic reproduction

$895

325

Bush Candy, 2018

acrylic on board

$895

326

Springing Forward, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$3,550

WILSON, Norm

Using both oils and acrylics to express his fascination with landscape and still life disciplines, Norm Wilson draws on his experience as a photographic art director, skilfully exploiting the interplay of light and shade to give his compositions an exaggerated sense of texture and depth. His paintings reflect an artist who is clear in his focus and comfortable with his craft. Norm has been a finalist over the last two years in the Perth Royal Show Art Prize for landscape.

327

Floral I, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$780

328

Floral II, 2019

acrylic on canvas

$780

329

'Pink', 2019

acrylic on canvas

$1,820


ZECK, Garry

Following tutelage in art by Robert Juniper (at Hale School) and Owen Garde, Garry Zeck commenced his artistic career with his first exhibition in 1967. Garry is equally-known for his works on canvas, paper and ceramics. He exhibits regularly and is represented in numerous collections including the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

330

Autumn Change I, 2019

pastel on paper

$750

331

Banksia bowl, 2019

stoneware with 15ct gold lustre

$275

332

Banksia Spherical vase, 2019

stoneware with 15ct gold lustre

$850

333

Bottlebrush plate, 2019

stoneware with platinum lustre

$120

334

Floral plate, 2019

stoneware with 15ct gold lustre

$120

335

Pomegranate vase, 2019

stoneware with 15ct gold & platinum lustre

$925

336

Vineyard I, 2019

pastel on paper

$750

337

Vineyard II, 2019

pastel on paper

$500

338

Wattle vase, 2019

stoneware with 15ct gold & platinum lustre

$1,200

ZECK, Jan

Jan Zeck has diversified into a variety of mediums and art forms since her first involvement in ceramics as an architectural student in the early 70s. She works in ceramics and print making and besides producing her own work, collaborates with her husband to create architectural ceramics. Jan also creates a range of pewter brooches based on designs inspired by Western Australia's native flora.

339

Orchid vase I, 2019

stoneware

$350

340

Orchid vase II, 2019

stoneware

$350

J59

Banksia brooch, 2019

pewter

$30

J60

Hakea Laurina brooch, 2019

pewter

$30

J61

Hoya brooch, 2019

pewter

$30

J62

Kangaroo Paw Brooch,

pewter

$30

J63

Leschenaultia brooch, 2019

pewter

$30

J64

Scarlet Banksia brooch, 2019

pewter

$30

J65

Scarlet Runner brooch, 2019

pewter

$30

J66

Wattle brooch, 2019

pewter

$30


NOTES


COMMITTEE 2019 Director Andrine Terry Curatorial Team Lee Kinsella Helen Cooper Dee Jaeger Mary Ashe-Winton Danielle Barrass Marie Bray Di Hassell Rebecca McCarthy Kristine McPherson Cynthia Poh Kate Radley-Smith Zora Vinci

SPECIAL THANKS In its 27 year history, over 100 volunteers have served on the Fine Art @ Hale Committee, all contributing to make Fine Art @ Hale an integral part of the Hale School calendar and campus. This year, as their sons complete Year 12 at Hale School, we farewell, acknowledge and sincerely thank Di Hassell and Kate Radley-Smith for their significant contribution to the Fine Art @ Hale Exhibition.


Joshua Cohenca, winner of 2018 FineArt@Hale Scholarship with one of his portraits.

Studying visual art at Hale School is an amazing opportunity, and I would encourage anyone who enjoys creating to immerse themselves in the program. For me, the art department was always an escape from the classroom, and a place of relaxation and enjoyment. When I looked at my timetable and saw that I had art, I would immediately be excited to get to class and paint - a feeling I just didn’t get in any other subject. While I always knew that I enjoyed painting, the work of the fantastic teachers in the art department has helped me improve my technique, develop my style, and how to appreciate all kinds of art. I feel privileged to be awarded the FineArt@Hale Scholarship. Joshua Cohenca Recipient of the 2018 FineArt@Hale Scholarship


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Fine Art @ Hale Catalogue 2019  

Catalogue of artworks for the 2019 Fine Art @ Hale Exhibition

Fine Art @ Hale Catalogue 2019  

Catalogue of artworks for the 2019 Fine Art @ Hale Exhibition

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