Sunday, March 31, 2013

 Girl and Anti-world
 Eternity's guard
 Fountain of Youth

by Gennadii Gogoliuk

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Hot, hotter and hottest are the three seasons in Bangkok, and now its the hottest there's not a lot you can do but try keep cool.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

i'd probably peel off my pants and do squats if I was in the audience here

Friday, March 15, 2013

wow gorgeous new Jeffery Harris paintings showing now at Brett McDowell Gallery
Been working on this one this week, not finished yet, looks a bit sad though I've been reasonably cheerful of late, just been watching the news a bit more so this is a prayer for that sth African runner, without the legs or girlfriend now, and for the poor Chinese choking on their own productivity in Beijing and for the Nth Koreans who seem so keen to set off atomic bombs, whoa... I remember Bigsy on triple R once said we'll all be doing the world a favour if we do nothing but just sit around for a 100 years or so, give the planet and ourselves a break for a bit, let things grow again. Kind of happy I don't hear Bigsy's voice here in Thailand though, imagine waking up next to that voice... sounds a bit more audible when that lady from Dymocks books visits him though, he's always pumped when she visits.

Monday, March 4, 2013

good painting buddy Jake Walker  came by for a cuppa and a chat at the end of last year and has just put some snaps on his studio visit blog here...

Speculative Spaces an exhibition looking at model making in art opens up in Sydney at Robin Gibson gallery this week. Curated by David Eastwood as part of Art Month Sydney 2013, the exhibition features the work of Kylie Banyard, Anna Carey, David Eastwood, Eugenia Ivanissevich, Col Jordan, Mark Kimber, Amanda Marburg, Rob McHaffie and Peter Nelson.
the image above is GOLDEN PALM by Anna Carey

Friday, March 1, 2013


I made most of my Sydney art friends through MOP projects in 2003 in a group show Tristian Koenig curated. We all went up and watched Tristian hang the show between practicing his Tai Chi, then had the opening then beer and nibbles and walking around Sydney with Ron and George Adams, who amongst others still run the gallery. 
Over the years Ron and George have been amazing to work with. They've never forgotten what arts about, making stuff and getting together to look at stuff and think about it a bit, before going out for a meal and a beer or lemon lime bitters
I showed these paintings up there in 2004. The gallery is celebrating their 10 year anniversary this week and have asked 10 artists from the mass who've shown there over the years to show some new work.  Should be a great celebration. I've made this collection of works on paper for the show
 Opening this Tuesday 5th of March at MOP,