The preview for Transmogrify is now online! The exhibitions opens this Saturday, June 25 (6pm – 9pm). All three artists will be in attendance. We’re offering FREE WORLD-WIDE SHIPPING for all purchases over $1,000 AUD. *some exclusions apply.
Greg “Craola” Simkins has a nickname to set him apart, but maybe that’s not needed: his versatility is enough to separate him from others. With a career that includes many years as a graffiti artist, a painter of beautifully rendered fine art pieces, and one who keeps his fingers in a variety of commercial art pursuits, including clothing, animation, toys, and album art, Simkins might well stand alone as… Read More
beinArt Gallery presents Transmogrify, a three person exhibition of oil paintings, watercolours & sculptures that reconstruct and subvert the human form. SEE PREVIEW ONLINE Transmogrify features Ben Howe’s hyper-realistic, yet reductive oil paintings, Jake Hempson’s sculptural explorations of figures and bone and Tim Molloy’s psychedelic apocalyptic watercolour paintings and sculptures. Tim will be launching and signing copies of his new graphic novel, Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares… Read More
Lucia Mocnay of Conjured Creations discusses the ethics and ecological implications of taxidermy art. Lucia is exhibiting her work in our current show, Curios. See the online preview here. The ethics of using animals for taxidermy is often considered a conundrum. Here in Australia, foxes and hares are causing widespread disaster for our small native animals and their habitats. Many of these small native animals are endangered and some… Read More
We’ve posted an online preview for those who can’t make it to the opening reception of “Curios” this Saturday, May 28 (6pm – 9pm) and we’re offering FREE WORLD-WIDE SHIPPING for all purchases over $1,000 AUD. *some exclusions apply.
After a 12-month hiatus Dr. Sketchy Melbourne will be rebirthed at beinArt Gallery on June 12, 5pm – 7pm. BOOK NOW! Theatre and the visual arts have been separated for too long. Dr Sketchy seeks to combine them, providing a space for people of all abilities to sit and draw the flourishing alternative performance art that might otherwise be inaccessible to the lone artist. Melbourne’s underground performance scene is… Read More