Ken Done

Since his first solo exhibition in 1980, Ken Done has become one of Australiaʼs most famous artists. Ken Done’s work has been described as the most original style to come out of Australia, and Ken’s paintings are in collections throughout the world. Ken Done has held over 50 one-man shows, including major exhibitions in Australia, […]

Michael Whitehead

‘I believe a painting has to be instinctive and have a sense of urgency, but at the same time it has to be a considered work. If paint runs across a canvas it’s because I’m happy for it to go there or I may have even encouraged it to do so. Every stroke, line and […]

Felicia Aroney

Felicia Aroney is Western Australian born, now living and working in Sydney as a leading contemporary artist. Felicia draws inspiration from her European heritage, channeling the distressed and peeled painted facades of classical architecture. Working with oils and acrylics, her distinctive abstracted floral works utilise a highly sculptural mark-making process. Using a palette knife to […]

Anne Smerdon

Anne Smerdon is an Australian artist documenting the symbiotic relationship between humans and animals, particularly birds and horses. Facebeak are her pet birds Vonnegut and Schiele. Anne has an extensive knowledge of body language and psychology in birds and horses. She uses this to work with live birds to create each of her artworks. She may […]

Craig Parnaby

Craig Parnaby creates a unique visual iconography of coastal living. His imagery pays homage to the architectural forms and easy-going lifestyle of the urban coastal landscape. Craig’s perspective is positive, youthful and essentially humanist in its celebration of life’s simple pleasures. Parnaby’s figurative works are developing as sculptural studies of the human form. The poses, […]

Paul Haggith

The body of work that encompasses the exhibition at Gallery One is predominately water scenes. Often I include a number of architectural pieces in an exhibition but this show is to be compact and focused around one theme, water and light. The exhibition is therefore an attempt to recreate the feeling of light passing over […]

Mela Cooke

Mela Cooke, a sculptor and former physiotherapist, has always held a fascination with the human form. Her artistic process involves using family and friends as models, capturing their essence through a series of photographs taken from different angles to accurately depict the lines of a pose. Cooke’s medium of choice is bronze, which she finds […]

Michael Davis

Education LMaster of Art Education UNSW – 1996 Exhibitions 2021 Floating then Falling, Van Rensberg Galleries, Milton 2017 New Paintings , Bromley & Co, Melbourne Black Forest , Gallery One , Gold Coast 2016 New Paintings , Bromley & Co, Melbourne 2015 Commission Installation, The Star, Sydney Tip Of The Mountain Top Of The Tree, […]

Jane Hoggard

Residing in the Northern New South Wales region of Fingal Head, artist Jane Hoggard is deeply connected to the natural surroundings around her. The rolling hills meeting the water, crisp air and bush birds calling from a crop of trees outside her studio. With an ancestral upbringing in the United Kingdom and New Zealand, Jane […]