The Gallery has been busier over the last few weekends.
This time last year we were closed during the lockdown, and using our time
with the doors closed to rebuild our website and Point of Sales system.
It’s been great to keep the doors open this year, enjoying the last days of
warmth before the winter cold well and truly sets in. There’s nothing like
seeing the Gallery full of people, all enjoying the wonderful talents of some
of Australia’s best wood workers. Our team have been busy keeping the
Gallery in top condition for everyone to enjoy
The Art Lounge NZ ‘Creative Director’s Pick of the Month’ Newsletter that features a selected collection of works of art from The Art Lounge NZ Tauranga & Howick that caught my eye this month.
Art by the metre on show at River City
In keeping with the notion small is beautiful, La Lanta Fine Art presents the “1 x 1 x 1” exhibition that features small artworks with less than 1m dimensions, at Galleria 4, 2nd floor of River City Bangkok, until Oct 13.
Low polygon sculptures have become a genre of its own, The polygonal brutalist genre emerged after the second world war, particularly in the eastern block. Many examples are still exhibited in many cities and parks in Poland and the former USSR. It has since acquired its letters
This one is an edition of 20 recently released.
At 60 cm tall (plus the base) she is spectacular.
To limit the weight, I have made it hollow and filled it with polyurethane expanding foam for added strenght.
You see her here mounted on a bare timber base. It can be painted in enamel of any colour…
The same typewriter character repeated to cover the same area of paper and titled with the same name “forward slash”.
These similarities are not similarities, they are the exact same thing. The entire work is an exact copy of an earlier work by another artist.
Is this an extraordinary coincidence or is this straight plagiarism?