Install shots from Ondine Seabrook & Ken O'Regan's shows

Here are a few images of the current shows we have on. Onnie Seabrook in the front room & Ken O'Regan in the big room, Onnie even has a few works still available for acquisition! There are photographs of all the individual works in the artists catalogue page on this website. Ondine Seabrook & Ken O'Regan are both showing until August 19th. It's a great time of year to visit Dungog & Ken is also holding a creature creation workshop for kid's on Sunday July 22nd in the gallery, details on the artists exhibitions page.

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Photographs: Stephen Hobbs / Dungog Contemporary

Photographs: Stephen Hobbs / Dungog Contemporary

Fiona Barrett-Clark until 25.6.18

We have extended this beautiful strong show of works until the 25th June as we have decided to run our shows bi-monthly to give people more of a chance to visit us in the Upper Hunter Valley. There is also have some very exciting news coming for the gallery and a really terrific program to take us through our first birthday and through to the end of the year, stay tuned!

Fiona Barrett-Clark at Dungog Contemporary

Fiona Barrett-Clark

"Fiona creates distinctively Australian, contemporary landscape paintings, which capture the ever changing mood of the sky, sea and land, in an attempt to awaken people to the magnificence that passes us by every day.

Her paintings reflect the beauty of an uncomplicated, understated, Australian landscape, void of people, but not always human presence. In particular her focus is often on the sky, its kaleidoscope of colours, the clouds formations and the transformative effect it has on the land and sea. The late afternoon soft magenta sky, which tinges the land pink, the grey-blue clouds which reflect upon the ocean or the blurring of the landscape during a soft drizzle.

Fiona’s aim is not always to produce a representational view of the landscape; it’s about memory, fleeting moments and sometimes a conglomeration of memories. It is about breathing that air, feeling the cool of the night settling in and smelling the rain that is on the horizon, it’s about igniting memory to create a visceral response in the viewer.

Her use of plywood instead of board or canvas gives a grainy texture to the works which imbues them with the feel of old slides and photographs further adding to the reminiscent nature of the works."

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Fiona Barrett-Clark's show and our stockroom hang.

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This Saturday April 14.2018 from 3.pm on is opening drinks for Fiona Barrett-Clark. A highly sought after artist from Sydney, Fiona paints the landscape of country NSW. Known for her works which although devoid of human presence show human activity. Executed on a square format in oil on board, the works have a textural quality that reminds one of old colour slides or prints. There are eight works in the show which we have hung in the small front gallery here at Dungog Contemporary.

Deciding to hold smaller monthly shows in the front gallery has enabled us to free up the big gallery and hang the contents of our stock room to enable them to be seen. We have a beautiful selection of paintings, photographs and sculpture, by emerging to mid-career artists from Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne.

Artists held in the stockroom collection include: Madeleine Cruise, Belinda Street, Jo Bevan, Jen Denzin, Stephen Hobbs, Amelia Vivash and Jane Frances Rielly. Works are also available to purchase online here through our website. We welcome all enquiries and are happy to arrange shipping. We can provide artists statements and cv's. We deal directly with artists studios, and do not deal in the secondary art market.