A week or two ago I was asked by the wonderful Jenny Seaton, weekday presenter on the popular radio alternative Curtin Radio 100.1FM, to come in to have a chat on-air with her about all things visual art. Well, today
Ainslie Gatt is one of WA’s leading art investment consultants and has been responsible for filling private homes and corporate HQs with some of the most sought-after artworks in the world, right here in Perth
Curator Ainslie Gatt and the Lotus Gallery, from Vietnam, in conjunction with the Consulate General of Vietnam in Perth, are delighted to present the first of several Vietnamese Art Exhibitions in Western Australia that celebrate 40 successful years of Diplomatic Relations between our countries.
Holton interprets the diversity and beauty of Australian landscapes through his modern analysis of impressionism. In his recent works Holton juxtaposes his strikingly vivid landscapes with whimsical, dreamlike Chagall-esque figures, through which we feel a sense of emotion which is
Curator Ainslie Gatt welcomes conceptual artist, Marc Schmitz to Perth, Western Australia. Marc’s exhibition, Non-Linear Perspective is part of the ‘World Visual Art Series’, to be exhibited on the walls of the iconic Perth Concert Hall.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is an avid collector of artist George Haynes, with 10 pieces of his artwork in their important West Australian artist collection. Haynes’ art has been collected by all major state galleries throughout Australia and
Born in Victoria 1949, Martin and her family moved to the UK where she spent her childhood. Returning to Australia in the early 60s, Martin studied art at Perth Technical College 1965-67, during this time Martin went on to win
Friends of the Art Gallery of Western Australia Artifacts Magazine, Autumn 2008. New Councillors profiles | Ainslie Gatt and others.