Liane Rossler  is one of the amazing artists participating in the Wellington residency project   At the Junction of Two Rivers  . Our recent studio visit to Liane's studio brought together a few of Glenn's favourite things - art, pots and plants.
       
     
 Luke Letourneau has previewed Ivan's show   Yoshua Okón: Octopus   for the September issue of Art Almanac. Join us for the exhibition's opening at the Ideas Platform at Artspace, Sydney on 15 September.
       
     
   Creative Accounting   opened at Albury LibraryMuseum with some fantastic loans from their museum collection including some gold scales from the Black Range mines, some alternative currencies from WWII and  Pin # Meltdown  by Albury Art Prize winner Inga Hanover
       
     
  Liane Rossler  is one of the amazing artists participating in the Wellington residency project   At the Junction of Two Rivers  . Our recent studio visit to Liane's studio brought together a few of Glenn's favourite things - art, pots and plants.
       
     

Liane Rossler is one of the amazing artists participating in the Wellington residency project At the Junction of Two Rivers. Our recent studio visit to Liane's studio brought together a few of Glenn's favourite things - art, pots and plants.

 Luke Letourneau has previewed Ivan's show   Yoshua Okón: Octopus   for the September issue of Art Almanac. Join us for the exhibition's opening at the Ideas Platform at Artspace, Sydney on 15 September.
       
     

Luke Letourneau has previewed Ivan's show Yoshua Okón: Octopus for the September issue of Art Almanac. Join us for the exhibition's opening at the Ideas Platform at Artspace, Sydney on 15 September.

   Creative Accounting   opened at Albury LibraryMuseum with some fantastic loans from their museum collection including some gold scales from the Black Range mines, some alternative currencies from WWII and  Pin # Meltdown  by Albury Art Prize winner Inga Hanover
       
     

Creative Accounting opened at Albury LibraryMuseum with some fantastic loans from their museum collection including some gold scales from the Black Range mines, some alternative currencies from WWII and Pin # Meltdown by Albury Art Prize winner Inga Hanover