Canberra
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CANBERRA: 32 Lonsdale Street, Braddon ACT 2612 | Open 11am-5pm Wednesday to Sunday | +61 (0)2 6162 1717 | email: click here    

 

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DIANA WATSON 'Cornucopia' 19 July - 3 August 2014 see images here

Top: 'All the Things You Are' oil on Italian linen  107 x 137 cm  Bottom: 'Uno Momento' oil on Italian linen  107 x 137 cm


DIRECTORS' CHOICE 14 June - 13 July 2014

'The House on the Hill' acrylic on canvas  31 x 41 cm

 


GARY LAIRD 'Coast and Country' 17 May - 8 June 2014 see images here


'Back Burn' acrylic on stretched canvas  85 x 195 cm

  


RICK EVERINGHAM 'Travelling On' 5-27 April 2014 see images here


'Little Church in Greece 13' oil on Italian linen  30 x 30 cm           'Work Boat, Venice'  oil on Italian linen  41 x 41 cm


 

ANDREW BAINES 'The Master of Loneliness' 8-30 March 2014 see images here

'Wailing at the Wind' acrylic on canvas  72 x 120 cm 


 

STEVE HARRIS 'Light and Shadow' 8 February-2 March 2014 see images here


'Yea, though I walk through the valley of ....  Whoa! A Cop!' acrylic on canvas  101 x 152 cm 


 

MAKI HORANAI 'poems in a tree' 26 October-17 November 2013 see images here

'poems in a tree' acrylic on linen  91 x 122 cm

 


 

JI CHEN 'A Celebration of Canberra and Homage to Turner'
21 September-13 October 2013
see images here

'Inferno' oil on canvas  150 x 170 cm

 


FU HONG 'Studio Nudes' 3-25 August 2013 see images here


'Red Skirt' oil on canvas  122 x 122 cm

 


Matthew Drummond's article on our Andrew Baines exhibition appeared in the Australian Financial Review 29-30 June 2013

ANDREW BAINES 'Escape of the Corporates' 6-28 July 2013 see images here


CRAIG PARNABY 'Summer Encounter' 6-30 June 2013 see images here

'Evening Beach Painting' oil on linen  70 x 160 cm


 DIANA WATSON 'Hesperides Garden' 11-2 June 2013 see images here

 'Elysium' (diptych) oil on linen 107 x 274 cm


STEWART WESTLE 'Dancing Mountains Flying Trees' 05-28 April 2013 see images here

'Pacific Palms on Sunday' oil on canvas  90 x 180 cm


 

WANG XU Sydney Paintings 9-31 March 2013 see images here

'Newtown' oil on canvas  83 x 120 cm


 

 


 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Paintbox Fine Art is Canberra's premier commercial art gallery space and has a year round exhibition program representing award-winning artists from across Australia. Prominent amongst them are a number of emigré Chinese artists who settled in Australia after the tumultuous events in Tianenmen Square in 1989. These artists have brought a new vigour to artistic life in Australia. A visit to Paintbox is a must for art enthusiasts.
Paintbox is located amidst the buzz of the boutiques, cafes and bars in Lonsdale Street, Braddon and just a short walk from the city centre. Lonsdale Street is the 'hot spot' in Canberra with some of the city's most popular eateries and restaurants. Italian & Sons, Delissio, Debacle, 86, Autolyse, Elk & Pea and now, the go to coffee destination, Lonsdale Street Roasters. All jostle for pavement space alongside the boutique shops [no malls here!] and the new pop-up shops in Lonsdale Traders now located in the 'retired' Discount Tyres building.
For visitors to Canberra touring the national institutions, Paintbox is only a short drive from the National Museum, National Library, National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery [NGA]