Abstract ’19’John Bartley, Andrew Christofides, Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings, Harrie Fasher, Robert Hirschmann, Martin King, Ross Laurie - Paintings, Idris Murphy - Paintings, Jenny Sages, Paul Selwood, John Peart16 April - 11 May 2019
Inside/outsideJohn Bokor - Paintings, Rachel Ellis, Andrew Christofides, Tom Carment - Paintings, Jumaadi - Works on Paper, Jumaadi - Paintings and Mixed Media, Amanda Penrose Hart - Paintings, Peter O'Doherty, Euan Macleod, Lucy Culliton, Lucy Culliton – Works on Paper, Rachel Milne, Harrie Fasher, Jenny Sages, Ross Laurie - Paintings, Joanna Logue, Wendy Sharpe - Paintings, Luke Sciberras - Paintings, Idris Murphy - Paintings, Adriane Strampp, Robert Hirschmann, Telly Tu'u, Martin King, Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings, James Jones, John Peart, Leo Robba, Paul Ferman, Myfanwy Gullifer, Louise Kerr29 January - 16 February 2019
Jenny Sages -Lest I forgetJenny Sages9 October - 3 November 2018
Group show – #celebrateJohn Turier, Peter O'Doherty, Tom Carment - Paintings, Leo Robba, Salvatore Gerardi, Adriane Strampp, Joanna Logue, Jenny Sages, Elisabeth Cummings - Works on Paper, Rachel Milne, Idris Murphy - Works on Paper, Marc Standing, John Bokor - Paintings, Ross Laurie - Paintings, Louise Kerr, Andrew Christofides, Wendy Sharpe - Paintings, Martin King5 December - 11 December 2016
Please join us for a group show to celebrate the close of 2016.
All KSG artists and a few surprises all welcome.
Happy Christmas and best wishes for the new year.
Jenny Sages On the memory of the imaginationJenny Sages19 July - 13 August 2016
“As artists we’re not nearly as interesting as writers…we’re all just finger painting, but when someone gives me a sentence I can remember, it triggers something very strong inside me.” Jenny Sages
Full colour catalogue available $10.00 + postage
Forward by John McDonald 2016
Paths to Portraiture $25.00 + postage
Show me the wayJenny Sages29 October - 23 November 2013
…..It should be recognised that Sages has created an entirely new kind of landscape painting….
Looking at one of Sages’s panels we see a mass of dots and lines incised into a waxy surface stained with pigment. These squirming patterns might have been made by tiny worms rather than the human hand. Others resemble clusters of miniscule seeds, ready to be scattered by the wind. It seems inadequate to describe them as “abstract” – they are like slices of rock, or plants seen through a microscope. One may discern nests, shells, animal tracks, the spines on leaves, the movement of tides, or numerous other traces of the natural environment. They are fragments that contain whole worlds.
excerpt from catalogue essay by John McDonald