Exhibition open 6-7 May 10am-3pm. Free entry Gertrude Walton Centre
WELCOME TO THE MLC ART EXHIBITION 2017 As part of our celebrations in our 110th year, we have invited emerging and established West Australian artists that represent our state and our College, to show their works in this unique exhibition. The works of more than 60 artists, chosen on medium, style and professional practice as well as their relationship to MLC, are represented. One-third of these creative individuals are members of the MLC community. This exhibition is an eclectic mix of artworks across six different mediums. All artworks are for sale and some of the proceeds from purchases will go towards supporting the arts at the College, such as artwork purchases, artist residencies or commissions.
HOW TO BUY ART On opening night doors open at 6.30pm for viewing. At 6.50pm the exhibition will be opened by Dr Dorothy Erickson. Sales commence at 7pm. When you have identified the artwork(s) you would like to buy, find a runner (wearing a bright hat) to assist you. They will write the purchase slip, place a red sticker on the chosen artwork label and direct you to the Sales Desk. Full purchase price must be paid at time of purchase. We accept EFTPOS, Visa, Mastercard and cash. All items will remain on display and for sale until the end of the exhibition. Works will need to be collected by the buyer on Sunday May 7 between 3 and 5 pm. Please bring your receipt when collecting works along with some wrapping material to protect your artwork(s). If your favourite artwork is already sold, please speak to a salesperson about commissions or similar works that may be available for purchase. Thank you for your support.
Left Banksia Prionotes, Dorothy Erickson Cover image Peacock Diptych, Ella Allen
ELL A ALLEN Ellaâ€™s works focus on the psychological aspect of viewing and receiving images, words and emotion and experimentation with size and atmosphere. She is a member of Intermix, an artist co-operative. Her work was recently represented in Paris at an international conference.
1A-B PEACOCK DIPT YCH Acrylic 100 x 100cm | $2500 each
2A-J MINIATURE Oil on tin 12 x 8 cm | $130 each
CEDRIC BA XTER Cedric is a former political cartoonist, illustrator, art director, lecturer and designer. He designed Perth’s official Empire/Commonwealth Games poster in 1962, and won a Walkley Award for Cartoon of the Year when working at The West Australian in 1968.
3 COATING JOSEPH
4 DUET FOR T WO SAT YRS
5 TROJAN BIRD
Acrylic 68 x 78 cm | $3500
Acrylic 67 x 75.5cm | $3500
Acrylic 41 x 41 cm | $2500
MERYL BELL 1940-2009 (COLLEGIAN 1957) Most of Meryl’s still-life paintings took two to three years to complete as she painted the flowers while they were in bloom. Meryl would gather references and work with botanical experts to gain insight into the attributes of species.
6 T WO SOUTHL ANDS
7 THREE FOR HONE Y
Oil on canvas 60.5 x 43 cm | $21,900
Oil on canvas 60 x 50 cm | $23,900 3
BETT Y BUNDAMURRA (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Betty was born in the Kimberley at Karunjie Station. At the age of three, she was taken to Kalumburu Mission Convent where she was looked after by Ignatia Ganwalla and the nuns after the death of her mother. Her collection can be found at the National Gallery of Australia and the Zhongfu Group Collection.
8 ULIDJI (THE WHALE)
9 BARRA MUNDI
Natural ochre and pigment on canvas 76 x 76 cm | $2800
Natural ochre and pigment on canvas 76 x 76 cm | $2400
INDIRA CARMICHAEL Indira has worked in the arts for more than 25 years across a wide range of mediums. She has a particular passion for pencil drawings and portraiture.
10 THE L ANDLORDâ€™S 11 BURLESQUE 1867 BLACK-EYED DAUGHTER Pencil on paper Charcoal on paper 40.5 x 32 cm | $500 53.5 x 44 cm | $550 4
12 PRAYER FOR THE LIT TLE BIRDS Pencil on paper 48 x 78 cm | $750
13 GOLDEN MIRROR CAROUSEL Charcoal on paper 49 x 70 cm | $650
MIK AEL A CASTLEDINE Mikaela has worked as an artist for more than 25 years across the mediums of collage and sculpture. In 2013 Mikaela was the recipient of the Sculpture Scholarship at Sculpture by the Sea. In 2016 she won the Sculpture Inside award at Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe and was a finalist in the Bankwest Sculpture Prize.
15 BAâ€™S ELEPHANT
16 BLUE ALLE Y
Paper collage 58 x 68cm | $1200
Paper collage 128 x 100cm | $2200
Paper collage 128 x 100cm | $2200
STEPHEN CASTLEDINE Stephen is an award-winning artist and graphic designer. He enjoys the freedom of watercolour in his landscape paintings, which contrasts strongly with the technical precision required in graphics. His work is represented in private collections in Australia and overseas.
17 PIED OYSTERCATCHER
Watercolour 65 x 56 cm | $650
Pencil 80 x 68 cm | $750
Watercolour and gouache 67 x 58 cm | $850 5
SUE CODEE A practicing artist for more than 25 years, Albany-based Sue Codee discovered papercut while in treatment for cancer five years ago. She designs a range of artworks, jewellery and homewares. She has received numerous awards including the 2013 and 2015 Best Rural Artist in the Royal Agricultural Society of WA Art Awards.
20 TOGETHER #3
21 A MOEBA BOWL
22 FA MILY TREE M ANDAL A 1
Papercut 38 x 33cm | $250
Cherry wood 5 x 50 x 30 cm | $150
Papercut 25 x 25 cm | $200
23 A MOEBA BOWL
24 TEA FOR T WO
5 x 50 x 30 cm | $150
38 x 33 x 3 cm | $250
MOIRA COURT After painting for many years, Moira converted to print making in 2013 after the birth of her daughter. Her screen printing, combined with either linoleum or woodcuts, creates many layers and happy accidents. She is inspired by nature, folklore and folk art.
25 HIGHL AND COO
27 BY THE RIVER, WOODCUT
Woodcut and screen print 28 x 25.4 cm | $50
Woodcut 19 x 28 cm | $55
Lino print and screen print 38 x 54 cm | $150
28 DASHING Lino print and screen print 35 x 28 cm | $60
BRYONY CRAWFORD (COLLEGIAN 1985, CURRENT STAFF) Bryony completed her Foundation Studies at the School of Art and Design in Zurich, while working in Vienna and Switzerland as a musician. In 2006 she attended Glasgow School of Art on exchange from RMIT University where she completed her Honours in painting in 2008. She was a winner in the Siemens Prize in 2007.
29 STICKS & STONES Gouache on paper 50 x 110 cm | $400
DI CUBITT With a focus on painting and drawing, Di has taken part in many group exhibitions, two solo exhibitions and been selected for several art prizes. Her current area of interest explores ideas about landscape, memory and imagination inspired by felt experiences and mixed memories.
30 BLUE ROCKS #1, FRANKL AND
31 BLUE ROCKS #2, FRANKL AND
Oil on canvas 60 x 75 cm | $1400
Oil on board 60 x 75 cm | $1400
JOHN CULLINANE The painting style of John Cullinane has often been linked to that of the Surrealists, and he often draws on art history and his own life encounters for his paintings. His works can be found in many local and interstate public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of WA and Royal Perth Hospital.
32 RED CLOUD
33 REL A XING WOM AN
Oil on linen 61 x 51 cm | $2000
Oil on linen 61 x 51 cm | $2000
Oil on linen 61 x 51 cm | $2000
TONI DONLEY (COLLEGIAN 1956) Toni has worked with clay for many years and uses hot wax resist as a decorative method prior to applying slip or glaze on the clay surface. Toni has also used this technique to decorate cushion cover fabric.
Wax resist, feather 50 x 50 cm | $180
Wax resist, feather 50 x 50 cm | $180
Wax resist, silk, feather 50 x 50 cm | $200
Wax resist, silk, feather 50 x 50 cm | $200 9
PIPPIN DRYSDALE (COLLEGIAN 1960) Pippin is an acclaimed local, national and international artist with a career spanning over 30 years. Pippin explores the colour, form and texture of the Australian landscape. Her ceramic forms are represented in numerous collections including the MAK in Austria, and the Museum of Modern Ceramic Art in Japan.
39 BULL RUSH WELL
40 TANA MI M APPING 2014
41 PINDAN SERIES 2015
Porcelain 15 x 14 cm | $4200
Porcelain medium 20 x 19 cm | $2550
Porcelain 13 x 36 cm | $1680
42 DEVILS M ARBLES 1 2016
43 TANA MI M APPING 2014
Gold and platinum lustre
Porcelain small, 15 x 14 cm | $1500
28 x 24 | $4500
JOANNE DUFF Y Joanne’s paintings draw inspiration from her childhood experiences of rural WA and the love of native flora and the environment. As an award-winning Expressionist artist Joanne’s work is held in private collections throughout Australia, Singapore, Germany and Malaysia.
44 FORGE AND FIRM A MENT
45 YOU’LL FIND ME HERE
Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm | $3,000
Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm | $3,000
46 K ARRAK AT TA BANK , FRESHWATER BAY Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm | $2,500
47 THE TURNING Oil on canvas 61 x 106 cm | $2,500
NEIL ELLIOTT Neil is a multi-award winning, Perth Hills-based painter and sculptor. His mixed media work is created with a sense of humour. In 2016 Neil won the Packerâ€™s Prize at the Royal Perth Show. This year Neil has been awarded a state-wide touring exhibition of his sculptures through ART ON THE MOVE.
48 TROUBLE ON THE STARBOARD BOW Acrylic and digital print 100 x 100 cm | $2,900
49 WATSON WAS A BEAR
50 CHASING BAD GUYS
Acrylic and digital print 100 x 100 cm | $2,900
Acrylic and digital print 100 x 100 cm | $2,900
51 INFINIT Y BOUND
52 SLEEPY MOON
Acrylic 100 x 100 cm | $2,900
100 x 100 cm | $2,900
DOROTHY ERICKSON (COLLEGIAN 1956) Dorothy is a Western Australian born and trained artist who grew up on a farm in Bolgart. Dorothy is also a celebrated author and critic. She has held more than 30 solo exhibitions, and her work is held in numerous national and international collections.
53 GREVILLEA ERYOSTACHIA Sterling silver, steel cable, tourmaline, citrine, peridots 4 x 14 x 10 cm | $883
54 DA MPIERA L AVANDUL ACEA Gold-plated sterling silver, steel cable, titanium, lapis lazuli 22 x 26 x 2.5 cm | $1,715
55 DIPLOL AENA ANGUSTFOLIA Sterling silver, 18ct gold, Milanese steel cable, carnelian, gold-plated-silver beads 40 x 25 x 3 cm | $2,575
56 BANKSIA PRIONOTES Sterling silver, 18ct gold, Milanese steel cable, multi-coloured sapphires 37 x 16 x 2.5 cm | $3,575
K AREN FRANKEL Karen is strongly attracted to interesting shapes, light and colour. She creates richly textured, multilayered artworks using paper, acrylic and drawing to build up the images. Her award-winning mixed media work is exhibited widely in Western Australia and has been published in National magazines.
57 K ARINIJINSCAPE
58 L AKE MONGER
59 MOUNT AUGUSTUS
60 Y VONNE
Mixed media on canvas 95 x 153 cm | $2,750
Acrylic on canvas 63 x 63 cm | $550
Mixed media on canvas 62 x 153 cm | $1,500
Ink and charcoal on paper 64 x 57 cm | $350 13
JOHN GARDE (PAST MLC STAFF) John has been painting traditional portraits and landscapes for 40 years. John’s works are frequently represented in exhibitions and galleries in Western Australia and his in collections in Australia, Japan, Italy, England, Greece, America and Canada. He works from his studio in Bridgetown, in the southwest of WA.
61 OLD DUNSBOROUGH DANCE Oil on canvas 56 x 72 cm | $3,800
62 TRANSIENCE Oil on canvas 120 x 120 cm | $6,500
63 K ALBARRI REFLECTION Oil on canvas 70 x 130 cm | $4,800
KENDAL GEAR Kendal works predominantly as a painter, with a focus on portraiture and figurative work. Her work takes an introspective look at themes surrounding perception, identity and state of mind. Kendal was a 2016 finalist in the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture.
64 INTERNAL REFLECTION Oil on canvas 39.5 x 50 cm | $3,600
65 CAN’T GET OUT
Gouache on board 30.5 x 34.3 cm | $1,000
Gouache on board 29 x 35 cm | $1,000
RACHEL GILL AM Rachel paints her natural surroundings in Western Australia, capturing not only the forms of our landscape or seascapes from an aerial perspective, but also showcasing energy and movement. Rachelâ€™s work is included in private collections in Australia andÂ overseas.
67 ARCHANGLES OF THE SEA Mixed media 21 x 82 cm | $1,500
MARY HEWETT (PAST PARENT) Mary has been painting over a period of 45 years. Her original artworks were in oil and were of still life and landscapes. Mary now paints abstract using acrylics, and is inspired by colour and texture.
68 AUTUMN FALL
69 SUN BURST
70 BURNT L ANDSCAPE
Acrylic 101.5 x 101.5 cm | $1,000
Acrylic 76 x 101.5 cm | $800
Acrylic 60.5 x 76.5 cm | $700
71 NEW L AND
72 FIRE BALLS
Acrylic 60.5 x 91.5 cm | $700
60.5 x 91.5 cm | $700
JORDY HEWITT (COLLEGIAN 2002) Jordy’s paintings depict emotional worlds where passions shift and contend. She has exhibited nationally in solo and group exhibitions and prizes including the Hutchins Art Prize (Tasmania), Agendo Art Award for Young Emerging Artists (Victoria) and the Mandorla Art Award (WA).
73 LEDGE POINT XLIX Oil on board 114 x 75 cm | $2,310
RHONDA HICKEY Rhonda Hickey is a water-colour artist with a passion for sea, beach, people, flowers and landscape. Her painting The Moorings was the winner of the 2016 Wanneroo Agricultural Society Prize.
74 SAILING ON BY
75 SUMMER BREEZE
76 THE MOORINGS
Watercolour 45 x 70 cm | $320
Watercolour 61 x 50 cm | $460
Watercolour 56 x 44 cm | $360
77 MY STEPS
78 MY BIKE
Pastel 69 x 56 cm | $650
Watercolour 40 x 47 cm | $320
PANSY HICKS (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Pansy Hicks is an Aboriginal artist from Roeburn in Western Australia. She is currently represented by Mossenson Galleries and has been involved with numerous group exhibitions.
79 BUSH TUCKER-GREEN
80 BUSH TUCKER-RED
Acrylic on canvas 67 x 78 cm | $1,950
Acrylic on linen 86 x 71.5 cm | $2,200
BRONWEN HOLDING Bronwen is a self-taught ceramic artist based in Perth, and has been creating ceramic flowers for the past three years. She was a finalist in the Etsy Australia Design Awards in 2016 and continues to strive to create the perfect bunch of everlasting ceramic flowers.
Ceramic 20 x 10 x 10 cm | $85
Ceramic 45 x 30 cm x 30cm | $750
Ceramic 30 x 15 x 15 cm | $165
84 SUMMER GARDEN
Ceramic 25 x 25 x 25 cm | $240
25 x 20 x 20 cm | $300
K ATHERINE K AL AF (COLLEGIAN 1963) Katherine is a prominent West Australian jewellery designer. Her gallery, Katherine Kalaf Galleries, was the first purpose-built venue for the presentation and promotion of studio-based jewellery. Katherine has been involved in numerous exhibitions.
86 CROCHET TA
87 CROCHET TA
88 CROCHET TA
Sterling silver pendant 7 x 3.5 cm | $250
Sterling silver earrings 7.5 x 4.5 cm | $245
Sterling silver cuff 7.5 x 6 cm | $750
89 CORAL L ACE CUFF
90 CORAL L ACE CUFF
Sterling silver 7.5 x 6 cm | $1,200
7.5 x 6 cm | $1,200
KITPI (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Kitpi was born at a place in the southern Kimberley where kudjarrawana, two quiet snakes, were travelling in the Djugultji (Dreamtime). She lives and works in Looma, an Aborignial community south-east of Derby, using canvas to tell her people’s stories. Kitpi’s artworks can be found at Berndt Museum of Anthropology, UWA.
91 WIDDJIL Acrylic on canvas 80 x 80 cm | $7,610
ALIX KORTE (CURRENT PARENT) With a background in commercial art and publishing, Cape Town-born Alix creates bold, colourful works that utilise the techniques learned in her years as a graphic designer. She was a finalist in the 2012 Black Swan Heritage Award.
92 BEHIND THE BASIN
93 CRYSTAL CLEAR
94 LONGREACH SUMMER
Oil on canvas 35 x 46 cm | $560
Oil on canvas 76 x 76 cm | $1,300
Oil on canvas 46 x 91 cm | $1,800
95 DOWN BY THE RIVER
96 KEEPING ORDER
Oil on linen
Oil on canvas 76 x 91 cm | $1,900
91 x 91 cm | $1,500
MIA L AING Mia is an award-winning, professional, Claremont artist, specialising in oils. Â Mia is represented by The Studio Gallery in Yallingup and Aube Nouvelle Interiors in Claremont. She is known for her bright, realistic depictions of our Western Australian lifestyle.
97 REFINED BAL ANCE
99 PERFECT SOLITUDE
Oil on canvas 92 x 46 cm | $1,000
Oil on canvas 76 x 101 cm | $1,800
Oil on canvas 91 x 101 cm | $1,600
100 RHAPSODY IN BLUE Oil on canvas 91 x 122 cm | $1,900
RENIA L AKONY-EDWARDS (CURRENT PARENT) Renia creates artwork full of vibrancy and movement, bringing spontaneous honesty and confession to the forefront. Her works are laced and blended with travel occurrences and memories. Each piece has a different story and personal energy developed through painting to music.
101 ICEL AND
102 GREENL AND
103 COVES AND SECRET PLACES
Acrylic 50 x 50 cm | $600
Acrylic 50 x 50 cm | $600
104 THE BASIN â€“ ROT TNEST
105 TOM FORD
Acrylic 50x 50 cm | $600
150 x 100 cm | $2,200
91 x 121 cm | $1,800
IRWIN LEWIS (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Irwin Lewis was born in 1939 at Morawa, north east of Perth. In 1957 he was the first Western Australian Aboriginal person to attend a university. These works depict the sandhill motif. Other works depict tragedies that Aboriginal people have suffered since colonisation. His works are shown in local and national exhibitions.
106 SANDHILLS OUT OF MORAWA Etching on paper 69 x 80 cm | $1,600
107 SANDHILLS OUT OF MORAWA #4 Etching on paper 32 x 49 cm | $2,300
LOONGKOONAN (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Born around 1910, Loongkoonan is the oldest living Nyikina speaker and one of Australia’s oldest practising artists. A revered matriarch in her community, her life experiences inform Loongkoonan’s shimmering and delicate paintings of Nyikina country. Her collections are shown locally and nationally.
108 BUSH TUCKER IN NYIKINA COUNTRY Acrylic on canvas 89.5 x 70 cm | $17,950 26
109 BUSH TUCKER IN NYIKINA COUNTRY 2008 Acrylic on paper 76 x 58 cm | $9,500
STEVEN MAKSE (CURRENT PARENT) Steve is a Fremantle-based visual artist who works across a range of subjects and uses a diverse range of media. He has been a three-time finalist in the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture, and participated in two artist residencies in China and one in Queensland.
111 KNOWN UNKNOWNS
Oil on board 20 x 20 cm | $450
Oil on board 25 x 30 cm | $950
Oil on canvas 45 x 38 cm | $1,300
113 WALK-DONâ€™T-WALK CHENGDU Oil on canvas 80 x 35 cm | $1,600
114 ECSTASYANDAGONY Oil on canvas 76 x 66 cm | $2,000
ANDREW MCDONALD Andrew McDonald is a comedian, photographer and the creator of the long-running blog, Worst of Perth. He is currently exploring hand-cut stamps and printmaking of local and iconic scenes. Andrew was the recipient of the Red Gate Gallery (Beijing) photographicÂ residency in 2003.
115 L AKE MONGER
116 COT TESLOE BEACH
Rubber stamp print 55 x 70 cm | $500
Rubber stamp print 70 x 94 cm | $700
117 ANTS ON SAUCE PACKET Rubber stamp print 30 x 37 cm | $230
VALERIE MCDONALD (1933-2016) After fleeing Burma during World War II and re-settling in Perth, Valerie established herself as an artist during the 1970s and 80s craft movement. From the 1990s until her death in 2016 Valerie reconnected with her love of painting and exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions.
118 CELEBRATION OF THE SPIRIT Wood carved panel 64 x 64 cm | $1,350
120 FUEL STOP
Wood carved panel 65 x 69 cm | $1,350
Oil on paper 81 x 91 cm | $1,650
121 CONTROL BURN
122 PRIME VIEWING
Oil on canvas
Oil on canvas 76 x 80 cm | $1,350
72 x 82 cm | $1,500
VANESSA MILNER (COLLEGIAN 1991, CURRENT PARENT) Vanessa’s ‘Cumulus’ series is inspired by her six-year-old daughter’s fascination with clouds. She has work held in UWA’s public collection, and private collectors in New Zealand and Australia. Vanessa is currently represented by Andreas Buse of A&A Art Display.
123 CUMULUS 1
124 CUMULUS 2
Acrylic on canvas 124 x 94 cm | $1,200
Acrylic on canvas 124 x 94 cm | $1,200
GORDON MITCHELL Gordon Mitchell is an artist, designer and sculptor. His multidisciplinary practice is currently focussed on the design and creation of site specific sculpture. He has exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea in Cottesloe and Bondi. Gordon has been commissioned by private collectors as well as corporate and public authorities.
126 BEHIND THE 8BALL
127 THE M AGISTRATE
Powder coated mild steel 79 x 62 x 35 cm | $2,200
Mild steel 68 x 60 x 35 cm | $2,200
Mixed media 50 x 46 x 20 cm | $2,400
129 FENCE SIT TERS
Corten steel 70 x 140 x 55 cm | $1,200
Mixed media 180 x 28 x 23 cm | $2,400
ROSEMARY MOST YN (COLLEGIAN 1955, PAST PARENT) Rosemary works in print media which gives her the freedom to explore textures, patterns and geographical forms of the Australian outback and convey the spiritual connection and sense of place within this ancient landscape. She was the Printmaking York Art and Craft Award recipient in 2016.
130 ANCESTRAL TRACES
131 SANDS OF TIME VI
132 HANGING OUT
Printmaking – collagraph 38 x 71 cm | $375
Printmaking – collagraph 80 x 68 cm | $590
Printmaking – etching 30 x 27 cm | $150
ANNE NEIL Anneâ€™s early training and arts practice in jewellery continues to inform her sculpture. In 2012 she was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by ArtSource in Western Australia. Anne is represented in collections in Australia and internationally.
133 I DREA M Painted cast bronze 140 x 170 x 85 cm | $1,250
NGARRA (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Ngarraâ€™s paintings are profound repositories of allegory and metaphor that reveal his distinctive ability to transform elements of his traditional culture into compelling visual and political statements. A master colourist, he is one of the few Indigenous artists in Australia to colour mix his own paints from a basic palette.
134 NABAN AND DATAL Acrylic on paper 35 x 50 cm | $6,950 33
PHYLLIS NINGAMARRA (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Phyllis was born at Ivanhoe Station in the Kimberley region of WA. She is a senior artist and, alongside her sister, is the traditional owner of her land. Both sisters started painting in the late 1990s after they had finished ‘growing up’ their families. Phyllis has been exhibiting since the early 2000s.
135 STONY COUNTRY Ochre on canvas 76 x 76 cm | $3,300
MARGIE OLDFIELD (COLLEGIAN 1985) Margie’s work is inspired by a lifelong interest in the interface between nature and art. She uses a range of printing methods to produce prints and artworks on fabric of fish, reptiles, birds and flowers. Margie is a trained biologist and has held three solo exhibitions.
137 SCHOOL OF MULLET
Acrylic on rice paper 62 x 83 cm | $650
Sumi ink on rice paper, calico 64 x 118 cm | $850
LEON PERICLES Leon has a witty and unique view of Australia, and this, combined with his outstanding talent, has earned him a reputation of being one of Australiaâ€™s most prominent artists. Leon is acclaimed nationally and internationally and has exhibited throughout Australia and overseas since 1969.Â
138 COOK , BANKS, SOL ANDER & HARRISON Etching/mixed media 72 x 76 cm | $1,400
ANITA PHILLIPS Anita is an emerging artist, painting depictions of landscape and still life in oils on canvas and board. In 2015 she joined the group of professional artists that participate in the highly-regarded Kalamunda Open Studio Tour.
139 “I SHALL GO DOWN TO THE SEA …” Oil on canvas 95 x 95 cm | $1,660
140 “WHERE THE STONES MEET THE SEA …” Oil on canvas 110 x 80 cm | $1,660
142 WISTFUL SYMMETRY
143 MORNING FLIGHT
Oil on canvas
Oil on canvas 33 x 33 cm | $560
54 x 54 cm | $960
141 BEFORE THE LIGHT Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm | $1,160
SHANE PICKETT 1957-2010 (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Shane was born in Quairading, WA. He was one of the foremost Nyoongar artsist of his generation, combining his deep knowledge and concern for Nyoongar culture with a confident and individual style of abstraction. He has exhibited widely and is represented in national and international museums and collections.
144 A PATH BELOW THE ROCK Acrylic on canvas 51 x 51 cm | $4,100
145 MID AFTERNOON OUT MUNGART BOODJA (BUNUROO) Acrylic on canvas 46 x 46 cm | $3,400
146 COOLING DOWN BUNUROO DAY Acrylic on canvas 46 x 46 cm | $3,600
ADAM POLL Adam Poll is a professional photographer. He has recently been exploring landforms, light and the night sky. Adam was a finalist in the 2016 BLINK Photographic Awards.
147 GLOW STONES Photograph 60 x 40 cm | $400
LEE POTTER Lee Potter is a self-taught steel artist and has been making his work for more than 25 years. His work moves from intricate pieces of furniture to organic copper water sculptures where you can see the influences of the Art Deco and Nouveau movements, and the patterns of nature.
149 REVEAL 2
Fabricated and forged mild steel 160 x 40 x 40 cm | $1,295
Fabricated and forged mild steel 20 x 20 x 20 cm | $595
SUSAN PRICE (COLLEGIAN 1983) Susan Price started her art journey with Miss Smith (1978-1993) in the Art Department at MLC. She is a contemporary artist and finds inspiration in human emotion, nature and the unusual. She works mainly with acrylic, but also enjoys using mixed media.
151 SPRING REFLECTION
152 NEW BLOOMS
Acrylic 91 x 61 cm | $800
Acrylic 80 x 48 cm | $750
Acrylic 51 x 61 cm | $450
JUDY ROGERS Judy has gained attention with her disarming portraits and depictions of overlooked domestic subjects. In 2016, Judy represented Australia at the 2016 G20 Summit International Art Exhibition in Hangzhou, China. Her works can be found in public and private collections in Australia and internationally.
154 1.3 KG
Mixed media 40 x 40 cm | $700
Mixed media 39 x 120 cm | $1,600
Mixed media 60 x 120 cm | $2,500 39
JAYNE ROLINSON (COLLEGIAN 1981) Jayne has been a professional artist for 10 years. Her passion for painting has evolved into teaching workshops through the Regional Art Gallery and the Midwest. Jayne current exhibition showcases a series of artwork inspired by the trees that shape the vast landscape that surrounds her.
156 DEEP WATER 2
157 DEEP WATER 1
158 FADED MEMORIES
Acrylic 120 cm diameter | $1,200
Acrylic 120 cm diameter | $1,200
Acrylic 91 x 120 cm | $1,200
ANNE RYAN (COLLEGIAN 1954, PAST STAFF) The designs for the forms in this exhibition had their genesis in natural stone formations. The works are fired at a very high temperature to reveal iron spotting. Anne has held numerous local exhibitions and is represented in various private collections.
159 FOSSILISED FORM L
160 FOSSILISED FORM M
161 ROCK FORM ATION
Raku and paper clay 25 x 10 cm | $90
Raku and paper clay 17 x 7 cm | $65
Raku and paper clay 16 x 8 cm | $45
FLEUR SCHELL (COLLEGIAN 1990) Fleur is an internationally renowned Ceramic Artist who resides in Perth. Over the past decade, through SODA International Ceramic Residency and The Clay House Centre, Fleur has nurtured the Ceramic Arts in Western Australia. Fleurâ€™s work was featured at the Singapore Art Fair and is currently showing in Portland, Oregon USA.
162 THE BLUE RABBIT IN MY WARDROBE Porcelain, found objects 60 x 75 x 35 cm | $3,000
163 GUIDED BY THE FOX Porcelain, wood, found objects and metal 90 x 50 x 130 cm | $12,000
BEN SHERAR Ben’s most formative experiences has been living in the northern Kimberley town of Kununurra for a large part of his childhood which lead him towards his chosen career path. Entirely self-taught, Ben’s work endeavours to capture his surroundings in a realist manner while still maintaining some painterly aspects to his pieces.
164 PERPETUATION OF BURDEN Oil on canvas 63.5 x 48 cm | $1,200
165 END OF DAY
166 IT FELT LIKE YOU LEFT
Oil on canvas 45 x 69 cm | $650
Oil on canvas 43 x 33.5 cm | $430
167 THE SILENCE OF YOUR REPLY Oil on canvas 44 x 34 cm | $430
168 L AST OF THE WARM ONES Oil on canvas 42.5 x 33 cm | $430
AMANDA SMITH (COLLEGIAN 1988) Amanda Smith won the art award at MLC in 1988, and has continued to produce and perform in the arts area as her â€˜second jobâ€™. Sir Pig is a comment on the beauty of the sometimes slightly ugly, the meditative feeling of medieval patterning and her love for her partner.
169 SIR PIG Acrylic on canvas 50 x 150 cm | $1,250
DAVID SPENCER David is the recipient of the 2016 Artist of the Day by Saatchi Art Online, the 2012 Artlike Competition (NSW) and a 2012 Black Swan portrait Prize finalist. He is represented in the Victor Smorgon collection (NSW), Ronald McDonald House and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital collection (WA).
170 KNOCK ON WOOD Mixed media 90 x 81 cm | $2,200 43
ALINA TANG (COLLEGIAN 2010) Alina Tang is an artist working across printmaking, performance and floristry. Her use of printmaking techniques, such as drypoint and screen printing, combined with watercolour additions create delicate, pastel-hued work inspired by love, flowers and attention to detail.
171 WILD FLOWER SPIRIT
172 CANOPY OF GENTLE BLOOMS
173 PEONY CEREMONY
Dry point with watercolour detail 39 x 46 cm | $400
Dry point with watercolour detail 49 x 39.5 cm | $400
Dry point with watercolour detail 47 x 37.5 cm | $400
174 LIT TLE FLOWER MOONS Dry point with watercolour detail 47 x 37.5 cm | $400
DESMOND TAYLOR (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Desmond paints with acrylic paints, as he likes the vibrant colours it evokes, just like the bright sun in the desert breaking through the clouds and waking up the plants and the animals. The style of the Martu people is to tell Dreamtime stories straight from their hearts and minds.
175 YIWARRA (PURPLE)
176 YIWARRA 2010
177 YIWARRA (RED)
Acrylic on canvas 61.5 x 61.5 cm | $1,350
Acrylic on canvas 76 x 61 cm | $1,860
Acrylic on canvas 61 x 61 cm | $1,350
HELENA WALDMANN Helena works across many mediums with a focus on ceramic and photography. Her current works focus on the form and colours of natural surroundings.
178 ROCKPOOL 1
179 ROCKPOOL 2
180 ROCKPOOL 3
Ceramic 6 x 22 cm | $75
Ceramic 8 x 18 cm | $65
Ceramic 6 x 19 cm | $65
181 ROCKPOOLS 4 & 5 Ceramic 5.3 x 25 x 15 cm | $95
LUCY WARD (REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERIES) Lucy was born in Ngarangarri country that is now part of Beverley Springs Station (central Kimberley). Ngarangarri is the honey dream: ngara minbinya – honey is good tucker. “My dad and grandfather used to paint the really Wandjina in the caves, and I used to watch them. Now I am having a go at painting on canvas.”
182 WANDJINAS IN BEVERLE Y SPRINGS Acrylic on canvas 91 x 91 cm | $8,800
183 BEVERLE Y SPRINGS COUNTRY Acrylic on linen 61 x 61 cm | $2,750
184 SUGARBAGS Acrylic on linen 61 x 61 cm | $,2750
LESLEY ANNE WHITHAM Lesley’s work in this exhibition explores themes of passing on knowledge we have gained from the past to future generations. Lesley has received awards for two and three-dimensional work and currently exhibits in galleries in Western Australia.
185 BROKEN JOURNE Y 3
186 FOR TOMORROW
187 HERE’S TO TOMORROW
Clay 22 x 10 x 7 cm | $720
White earthenware clay 47 x 10 x 14 cm | $1,800
White earthenware clay 47 x 20 x 22 cm | $2,300
188 HOW THE STORY GOES
189 LET’S GO TOGETHER
White earthenware clay
White earthenware clay 24 x 22 x 12 cm | $1,400
47 x 23 x 20 cm | $2,300
DANICA WICHTERMANN Danica spent a childhood of beachcombing and camping trips in the wilderness. Combined with a keen interest in botanicals, Danica channelled her creativity into studying the fine arts. Danicaâ€™s work is represented by multiple galleries and included in the Cockburn Council collection.
190 NATIVE WINDOWS; A BOTANICAL STORY Porcelain 18 x 15 x 15 cm | $500
191 NATIVE PORCEL AIN BOTANICALS, EUCALYPTUS L Porcelain 38.5 x 12 x 12 cm | $590
192 NATIVE PORCEL AIN BOTANICALS, EUCALYPTUS M Porcelain 22 x 9.5 x 9.5 cm | $200
KSHANATI WIKRAMANAYAKE Kshanti Wikramanayake is a professional artist and teacher working in oils, watercolour, pastel and ink. Kshanti has exhibited in Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Australia.
193 SAVE THE BEAUTIFUL KIMBERLE Y Oil on linen 66 x 58 cm | $650
196 MUSIC TO THE SOUL Pastel 53 x 53 cm | $350
194 K YOTO IN AUTUMN, JAPAN Oil on canvas 70 x 60 cm | $750
197 SAVE THE BEAUTIFUL KIMBERLE Y ‘EMM A GORGE’ Oil on canvas 56 x 82 cm | $850
195 “TRANQUILLUS” BUSSELTON BEACH Oil on canvas 121.9 x 64 cm | $850
L AURA WILLIAMS Laura grew up in the south-west of Western Australia, then moved to Perth and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Western Australia in 2006. Since then Laura has been exhibiting in Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.
198 SCALED III
Watercolour 47 x 51 cm | $600
Watercolour 76 x 56 cm | $1,250
Watercolour 72 x 73 cm | $950
201 GL ASS
202 HALF PARACHUTE
Watercolour 81 x 68 cm | $1,600
62 x 73 cm | $1,450
JILL YELL AND Jill’s work is inspired by the colours, textures and forms of the Western Australian outback landscapes and mine sites. Jill studied graphic design in Western Australia and Switzerland, but since discovering glass, has worked with many of the world’s most renowned glass artists in Europe, the USA and Australia.
203 ARGENTUM – BL ACK SILVER BOWL Glass 9 x 52.5 cm | $858
204 K ARIJINI WATERFALL
205 FALLEN LEAF – RED
Kiln formed glass 52.5 x 52.5 x 4 cm | $900
Powdered glass, kiln formed 50 x 28 x 12 cm | $460
206 EROSION – ROUND BOWL
207 CRACKLED EARTH - RED
Powdered glass, kiln formed
Powdered glass, kiln formed 7 cm x 37 cm diameter | $455
7 cm x 37 cm diameter | $455
PETER ZAPPA Peter’s sculptures often use kinetic energy in their design. He has exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions, and has been a finalist in the 2016 University of Western Sydney Sculpture Award, the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award and Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
208 IMPLIED VOLUME
209 IL CAPPUCCINI
210 TREADLE Y
Forged/welded stainless steel 70 x 55 x 50 cm | $4,850
Forged stainless steel, composite plastic 17 x 23 x 10 cm | $1,250
Forged stainless steel, composite plastic 42 x 25 x 20 cm | $1,350
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