Location: Frater, McCubbin & Hammond Galleries
Albert Rotstein has painted shapes and images while studying medicine at university and has shown periodically in solo and group shows around Melbourne since the 1980’s.
William Anderson held his first one man show at Pinacotheca in 1971, showing at Watson Place and Place Galleries in more recent years. He has been collected by Artbank, National Library, Canberra, National Gallery, Vic., Art Gallery of Sth.Aust., RMIT Uni., and is in various private collections.
Chris Berkman was born in Brisbane. She has been exhibiting since 1966 and has had 20 or more solo exhibitions. She has always worked in a figurative manner influenced by pop art and surrealism and regards her work as a commentary on the times we live in.
This present work was a step aside from my usual oils. I started doodling in this recent period of isolation, then, like Topsy, they just grew all by themselves, I just held the pen.
I’ve been feeling shut down by covid and government restrictions, so, in order to cheer myself up I looked back on one of the highlights of my life which was my return to Venice in 2017 with Raff. These images provided me once again the opportunity to feel I was once again in Venice.
Raffaella Torresan has been an artist for many years and works in most mediums including black & white photography & dark room developing (which these days with photo phones etc., is no more). She works primarily from the imagination mostly in oils.
Barry Dickins has been both an art teacher and special english tutor since he graduated at the Melb.University in 1974. He has exhibited at many galleries including William Mora Gallery, Richmond and currently at Bridget McDonnell Gallery in Carlton. His work is predominately charcoal and steel nib and sometimes watercolour and coloured ink in a high fantasy key mostly.
We would like to pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our building stands, their leaders, past, present and emerging.