• Six Artists | Seven Days

    Idris Murphy - Paintings, Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings, Lucy Culliton

    7 August – 31 August 2013

    The exhibition features paintings and works on paper by Elisabeth Cummings, Idris Murphy, Peter Godwin, John Peart, Lucy Culliton and works by acclaimed photographer Jason Capobianco. Six Artists | Seven Days is the culmination of a project that began over a year ago when the artists were invited to spend a week exploring the 320,668 hectares of protected wilderness working closely with scientists from AWC’s Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary in the Kimberley.

    AWC is a registered not for profit organisation whose mission is the effective conservation of all Australian animals and their habitats. AWC manages 23 sanctuaries covering over three million hectares across Australia, with 80% of their staff working on the ground to implement conservation programs such as fire management and carry out strategic scientific research to help turn back the tide of extinctions.

    The exhibition is a celebration of the Australian landscape and of our continued attempts to see our land from the perspectives of both the artist and the scientist.

    Lucy Culliton | The Hughes Gallery
    Elisabeth Cummings | King Street Gallery on William
    Peter Godwin | Defiance Gallery
    Idris Murphy | King Street Gallery on William
    John Peart | Watters Gallery
    Jason Capobianco | Courtesy of the Artist

    Directed and produced by Jason Capobianco.

    Six Artists Seven Days
  • Amanda Penrose Hart paints in the field at Fowlers Gap

    Amanda Penrose Hart - Paintings

    Artist Amanda Penrose Hart works on several of her long boards, in a creek bed at Fowlers Gap, Far West NSW.

    Fowlers Gap
  • Salient – Contemporary artists at the Western Front

    Amanda Penrose Hart - Paintings, Harrie Fasher, Idris Murphy - Paintings, Luke Sciberras - Paintings, Paul Ferman, Wendy Sharpe - Paintings, Ross Laurie - Paintings

    A film by Maria Stoljar from ‘Talking with Painters’.

    Salient, Contemporary artists at the Western Front is a travelling exhibition in NSW, 2018–2020.

    In 2017 twelve leading Australian artists visited the First World War battlefields of the Western Front, a century after the conflict that claimed so many lives.

    This exhibition brings together the works they created in response to the experience.

    For more information visit the website www.salientwesternfront.com
  • Lucy Culliton – Bibbenluke

    Lucy Culliton
  • Lucy Culliton talks with Maria Stoljar

    Lucy Culliton

    Maria Stoljar from ‘Talking with Painters’ interviews Lucy Culliton at her home in Bibenluke, NSW.

  • Harrie Fasher – The Last Charge, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

    Harrie Fasher

    The Last Charge: A monumental steel sculpture by Harrie Fasher, in honour of the last charge a story about the Light Horse at the Battle of Beersheba on October 31,1917.

    The sculpture was first exhibited in Sydney at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, 2017

    Producer: Catherine Hunter, camera man Bruce Inglis

  • Guy Warren: Australia’s Oldest Painter

    Scott Bevan interviewing Guy Warren in his Leichardt studio, Sydney.

  • Idris Murphy – Two Thirds Sky

    Idris Murphy - Paintings

    Leading Australian landscape artist Idris Murphy in the film Two Thirds Sky – Artists in Desert Country.

    Two Thirds Sky reveals different ways of seeing the Australian desert. It follows the creative journeys of five contemporary artists – Indigenous and non-Indigenous – from blank canvas to finished painting. Each artist has a different relationship to the land they paint yet all are attempting to express their identity and sense of belonging through their work.

    The featured artists are Peter Sharp, Jenny Sages, Idris Murphy, Judy Watson, and Gloria Petyarre.

    Written and Directed by Sean O’Brien.

  • Luke Sciberras, ABC The Mix, Hill End

    Luke Sciberras - Paintings
    ABC The Mix Hill End Luke Sciberras and John Firth-Smith
  • Harrie Fasher – Sculpture by the Sea
    Interview with Harrie Fasher 2014

    Harrie Fasher

    As part of the Bondi Artist interview for Sculpture by the Sea 2014. Harrie Fasher talks about the inspiration behind her work ‘Which Way’s Forward’

  • Harry Fasher, Silent Conversation
    National Museum of Australia

    Harrie Fasher

    Artist Harrie Fasher describes creative process behind her steel rod sculpture ‘Silent Conversation’, which explores the relationship between horses and humans. The sculpture was on show in the National Museum of Australia exhibition ‘Spirited: Australia’s Horse Story’.

  • Luke Sciberras – Your Friend the Enemy

    Luke Sciberras - Paintings

    Luke Sciberras travelled to Turkey, with a group of Australian and New Zealand artists to paint the landscape around ANZAC Beach and the Gallipoli peninsula 100 years after the Gallipoli campaign.

    Film made by Sync Pictures

  • Amanda Penrose Hart – Your Friend the Enemy

    Amanda Penrose Hart - Paintings, Amanda Penrose Hart - Works on Paper

    Amanda Penrose-Hart  travelled to Turkey, with a group of Australian and New Zealand artists to paint the landscape around ANZAC Beach and the Gallipoli peninsula 100 years after the Gallipoli campaign.

  • Idris Murphy, Tide-Lands

    Idris Murphy - Works on Paper

    Renowned landscape artist Idris Murphy walks and talks us through his exhibition Tide-Lands at the King Street Gallery on William, Sydney July 2015. Produced by Sean O’Brien. As an artist with a long background in teaching as well as painting, Idris is a keen communicator. He’s happy to share not only the paintings, but the creative process behind the work, the places and people that inspire him. In this way, Idris gives us a rare glimpse into the act of painting and the life of an artist.

  • Your Friend The Enemy, Gallipoli

    Amanda Penrose Hart - Paintings, Leo Robba, Peter O'Doherty, Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings, Idris Murphy - Paintings

    Documentary film maker Bruce Inglis travelled to Gallipoli in 2014 with a group of Australian and New Zealand artists to document painting in the landscape and the human figure in the landscape. Full length DVD available through SYNC Pictures and King Street Gallery on William.

    $35.00 DVD plus postage.

    $20.00 Catalogue plus postage

  • Rachel Milne, VFA Films – Renew Newcastle

    Rachel Milne

    This VFA Film features Rachel Milne painting at the former David Jones Gallery where she completed a six week artist in residence in early 2015.

  • Rachel Milne, Renew Newcastle

    Rachel Milne

    Rachel Milne, recently arrived from England and settled in Newcastle, is a full-time studio-based painter taking inspiration from every day life. ‘I fly in the face of the instant image by creating snapshots of my world, my bed, filthy kitchen and behind my shed, like a terribly slow Instagram account using oil paint and light.’ Milne’s creative work pulls the beauty out of the ordinary and celebrate what we

  • Idris Murphy & Paul Martin at Warburton Gallery, Edinburgh

    Idris Murphy - Works on Paper, Paul Martin Invited artist

    Following on from King Street Gallery’s exhibition ‘Landscape inscape’ featuring works by Idris Murphy and Scottish artist Paul Martin, Paul takes us through their current exhibition ‘Edgelands’ on view at Warburton Art Gallery, Edinburgh.

  • Tom Carment, Drawing urban, Sydney

    Tom Carment - Paintings
  • Tom Carment painting plein air Rushcutters Bay

    Tom Carment - Paintings, Tom Carment - Works on Paper

    A standard day in the life of Tom Carment this 5 min video shows Tom packing, painting and then packing up after a day in Rushcutters Bay park.

     

  • Ross Laurie, painting at Fowlers Gap

    Ross Laurie - Paintings

    Ross Laurie paints in the field at Fowlers Gap, in Far West NSW. The vast landscape and distant horizons gave Ross something very different to work with than the familiar rural landscape around his Walcha sheep property. In this video Ross sets up at the high point of the top tanks, looking west across the Barrier Ranges.   Film by Sean O’Brien

  • Idris Murphy, Everywhen by Andrew Frost

    Idris Murphy - Works on Paper

    Idris Murphy walks and talks us through his recent exhibition, Everywhen, held at King Street Gallery on William 09 July – 03 August. Critic with The Art Life, Andrew Frost, introduces the film with a reading from his review of the exhibition.

     

  • Jenny Sages, with Victoria Hynes

    Jenny Sages

    Victoria Hynes interviews Jenny Sages at her Sydney studio on portraiture and landscape painting.

     

    Jenny Sages 2014
  • Martin King, Melancolia

    Martin King

    Hand drawn animation by Martin King

    preview only. Full DVD running time 5 minutes

  • Elisabeth Cummings, Fowlers Gap 2012

    Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings

    Sean O’Brien makes a documentary on Elisabeth Cummings painting en Plein Air in Fowlers Gap in western NSW. A 12 day painting trip with Idris Murphy Ross Laurie Amanda Penrose Hart Guy Warren and others enabled the group to gather new tools and to reassess their relationship with nature through the intellectual and emotive act of drawing and painting. Sponsored by Winsor & Newton and APM see Issue 18

    www.artistprofile.com.au

  • Idris Murphy, Studio Visit

    Idris Murphy - Works on Paper

    Leading Australian contemporary landscape painter Idris Murphy shows and talks us through his methods in the studio. Idris has brought back several paintings which he began in the field, in places such as Fowlers Gap and Mutawintji in far west NSW. Amongst many topics, Idris discusses colour, composition, use of paint, memory, evoking place, and real presence. Filmed in May 2013 at Idris’s studio in Kurnell, Sydney.

    Sean O’Brien

  • Idris Murphy, Fowlers Gap

    Idris Murphy - Works on Paper

    Artist Idris Murphy is one of Australia’s leading landscape painters. Idris has been returning to Fowlers Gap in far west NSW for many years, drawing inspiration for his renowned paintings. In this film, Idris shows us how he begins his paintings in the field. Spontaneity, improvisation, accidents, and strategic mark making all play their part. He’s located in a creek bed near the Ochre House, Fowlers Gap, NSW

    Sean O’Brien

  • Idris Murphy, Not the way home.

    Idris Murphy - Works on Paper

    Artist Idris Murphy talks about the expedition, Not the way home, in which he and 13 other invited artists travel to the desert in far west NSW, past Broken Hill. The project saw 14 artists based at the Fowlers Gap in the Arid Zone Research Station for 14 days in May 2011, ABC Open Illawarra producer Sean O’Brien accompanied the group and filmed on location. Sponsored by Artist Profile Magazine.

  • Leo Robba at the Everglades

    Leo Robba
  • Elisabeth Cummings with Peter Pinson

    Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings
    Elisabeth Cummings Interview
  • Wendy Sharpe, Perspectives on Picasso

    Wendy Sharpe - Paintings

    Art Gallery of New South Wales: Artists Talk Series

  • Jenny Sages, Paths to Portraiture

    Jenny Sages

    Jenny Sages: Paths to Portraiture is a short film featuring interviews with Jenny Sages, her husband Jack Sages, author Helen Garner and National Portrait Gallery Historian, Sarah Engledow. Produced and directed by Catherine Hunter, this film provides insights into Jenny’s life, her inspirations and her approach to painting portraits.

    Duration: 17mins  This dvd is available for sale at the gallery.

    Jenny Sages
  • Martin King, Slowly Disappearing Darling

    Martin King

    DVD’s available for sale $1100

  • Joanna Logue, Window 1

    Joanna Logue

    ‘Window’ is made from Joanna Logue’s  Essington  studio and describes her intimate surroundings and the landscape at Essington Park.  It is a medium that is both immediate and poetically powerful.  Video allows Joanna to capture observations particular to her world, without the technical encumbrances typical of the painting process.

    For Logue, recoring through video is a kind of visual diarizing which offers a key to understanding her relationshop to the landscape.  Moreover, it provides a visual language  she can then borrow to articulate the experience through painting.

  • Jenny Sages, Archibald Peoples Choice Award 2012

    Jenny Sages
  • John Turier, SHAKIN’

    John Turier
  • Andrew Christofides, Paul McGillick interview

    Andrew Christofides
    andrew christofides
  • Not The Way Home

    Elisabeth Cummings - Paintings, Amanda Penrose Hart - Paintings, Idris Murphy - Works on Paper, Ross Laurie - Paintings

    13 Australian artists on a 14 day arts laboratory in far west NSW, capturing the desert following drought breaking rain. In this first audio-slideshow 6 of the artists talk about their reaction to the landscape, and share their work. Featuring Elisabeth Cummings, Guy Warren, Amanda Penrose Hart, Euan Macleod, Ross Laurie and Idris Murphy.

    Produced by Sean O’Brien

  • Wendy Sharpe, One Plus One ABC TV 2016

    Wendy Sharpe - Paintings

    Jane Hutcheon sits down with Wendy Sharpe on One plus One ABC TV

     

  • Wendy Sharpe in Antarctica, Mawson’s Huts Foundation

    Wendy Sharpe - Paintings

    Filmed and produced by Nick Roden