John Scurry Exhibition

John Scurry painting 'Still Life with AM' 2019

John Scurry February 3rd – March 3rd 2022 ‘Blue table, lemon sprig and slippers’ John Scurry 2021 Preview here Gala opening event February 3rd 2022. 6-8pm Limited numbers: Book now gallery@alexandrasasse.com Exhibition runs 3.2.22 – 3.3.22 Contact us for more information or to arrange a private viewing. 9815 2447 Read interview featured in Art Almanac …

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Congratulations! Mark Dober and Evan Salmon selected to hang in Salon Des Refuses 2021

Evan Salmon painting 'Self Portrait in Flannelette Shirt' 2020

Congratulations! Mark Dober and Evan Salmon selected to hang in Salon Des Refuses 2021 ‘Liz painting in the bush at Chewton’ Mark Dober ‘Self Portrait in Flannelette Shirt’ 2020 Evan Salmon ‘Yallah Landscape’ Evan Salmon 2020 Warm congratulations to two of our gallery artists Evan Salmon and Mark Dober , selected to hang in the …

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Watercolour: Phillip Edwards and Alexandra Sasse

Watercolour painting 'Storm approaching, evening, North Melbourne (detail) Alexandra Sasse

Watercolour PHILLIP EDWARDS AND ALEXANDRA SASSE ‘Three forms to mystery’ Phillip Edwards.  July 1st – 24th 2021 Private Viewing Opening:  July 1st. 6-8pm. Limited numbers: contact us for your invitation. gallery@alexandrasasse.com Opening address: Graeme Drendel Jazz musicians John Scurry (guitar) Eugene Ball (trumpet) View Exhibition online ‘Abbotsford’ Alexandra Sasse Gallery Hours: Tues, Weds, Sat 11-4pm. …

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Draw – Opening night

People in the gallery at the opening of Draw exhibition

A terrific opening to the stunning ‘Draw’ exhibition last night. Thanks to everyone for braving the weather and to our guest speakers Elizabeth Cross and Hendrik Kolenberg. We are closed today but open from tomorrow Sat 15th 11-4pm. Exhibition runs to June 5th

Draw: Seven contemporary artists encounter the world through drawing.

Drawing by Evan Salmon 'Tree study, Dunmore'

Common to these 26 drawings is a sense of time; of movement or stillness, but not of the momentary. All drawing has pace. It is not simultaneous like a photo must be. A line has to begin and end somewhere, either slowly or rapidly..

Hendrik Kolenberg Exhibition

Hendrik Kolenberg This exhibition has concluded. Shop works in our stockroom Read our indepth lockdown interview with Hendrik in October 2021 here April 8th- May 1st To be opened by Elizabeth Cross, Art historian and Artist. April 8th 6-8.30pmLimited numbers: contact us for your invitation. gallery@alexandrasasse.com  Gallery Hours: Tues, Weds, Sat 11-4pm. 4 Selbourne Rd …

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