The Five Ways Galleries will be closed for the month of July, to carry out further upgrade works to two of our gallery rooms, in which new LED track spotlights will be installed, bringing them up to the same standard as the rest of the gallery.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. Be sure that we will open afresh on Thursday the 3rd of August, with the walls replenished.
We have recently acquired some new and varied artists, that expand the gallery’s repertoire.
Liz Halfter is a painter with a bold colourist hand, whose works have resonated with those looking for a painting that sits well in the broad, expansive walls of contemporary homes.
Pamela Pretty has some beautifully inspired soft pastel works, which have been leaving the walls as quickly as they arrive.
Anita Laurence brings to the gallery a number of limited edition lino-cut prints, strong in the tradition of that medium, but with a fresh interpretation from an established artist.
Jeffrey Murphy, who many of you will know from Sherbrook Art Society, has some still life works on display, as well as some well-priced miniature landscapes
SoonHoe has displayed limited edition C-Type prints on aluminium composite panels, that would enhance any modern home, or corporate offices.
The exhibition of It Hao Pheh, The Gift, is extended until the end of June, by popular demand.
It Hao has established himself as a highly esteemed water-colourist. With this show we also see something of the breadth of his talent, with dynamic oil paintings, acrylics and oil pastel works, to compliment his beautiful watercolours.
The landscape paintings are plain air and studio works of scenes around the Dandenong Ranges, South Gippsland and The Grampians. It Hao’s signature watercolours of buildings and streetscapes are of recognisable locations around Melbourne. including Montsalvat, Malvern Town Hall and Toorak Road.
The works are in a range of sizes, from miniatures to a little over A1 size images.