Gallows Gallery

Last Updated: 14 Sep 2015
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Artworks featured at Gallows Gallery this spring.


Sleeping | POA
Mixed media, 70x90cm

Artist | Rebecca Cool's paintings feature a combination of acrylic and fabric collage.The strong colourful works have a naive charm reminiscent of European folk art, and possess an aesthetic complexity while maintaining a childish impulsiveness. Rebecca is interested in representing the vibrant and colourful, from animals and gardens, to angels and mermaids. The WA artist and illustrator lives on a rural property with her partner and their menagerie of animals, many of whom make appearances in her work.

Vessels Hand Held Heart Loved.


Vessels Hand Held Heart Loved | POA Silver, bronze, shibuichi, skakudo, brass,
rough Argyle diamonds, semi-precious stones, 45x45x45mm

Artist | Felicity Peters is an award-winning artist who has work represented in many public collections, including the WA Art Gallery, Powerhouse Museum, and the National Gallery of Australia. In 2008-9, Felicity was awarded a Creative Development Fellowship from the Government of WA and the Department of Culture and the Arts.

Artwork | This artwork represents part of a range of vessels, which was supplied to the Commonwealth of Australia's gift registry. It will be available for purchase at Gallows Christmas exhibition in November, along with a new jewellery range.

Fishing the Edge.


Fishing the Edge | POA
Acrylic on canvas, 2200x110mm

Artist | Inspired by the vivid Australian landscape and artists of the romantic movement, Paul Lucas has devoted himself to nurturing his talent for rich and dramatic depictions of local landmarks.

Artwork | Lucas never tires of capturing the wonderful blue and green hues of the Abrolhos Islands. These coral atolls, set off the Midwest Coast, are beautifully depicted in this painting.

The Turning Point.


The Turning Point | POA
Oil on Belgian linen, 1200x1500mm

Artist | Lori Pensini is an awarded artist and semi-finalist in the 2014 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. The major part of her creative career has focused on mixed-media paintings and drawings.

Artwork | The Turning Point is the first in a series of paintings exploring Pensini's Aboriginal heritage. It is a self-portrait of self-discovery, where the road is little more than a wheel rut, long forgotten yet colourfully compelling.


Second-generation art dealer and Gallows Gallery director Kathryn Stafford has a strong passion for Australian art, and almost 30 years experience in the industry, both in Australia and overseas. The vision for Gallows Gallery is to continue to present to the public the diverse work of Australia's most prominent and successful contemporary artists.

53 Glyde Street, Mosman Park
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Crispin Akerman, Robert Dickerson,
Greg Baker, Lauren Wilhelm,
Nellie Crawford, Rob Forlani,
Andrew Baines, Margaret Benoit,
Henryk Sydlowski, Lori Pensini,
Bronwen Newbury, John Lacey,
Dave Spencer, Peter Usher, Linda Skrolys, Russell Sheridan, Tony Jones

Rebecca Cool October 15-November 1
Greg Baker November 5-22
Christmas Exhibition November 26-December 13
Lori Pensini June 9-July 17 2016


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