Posts by Jon Beinart:
beinArt Gallery presents Luminosity & Dust, an exhibition of new works, featuring Casey Weldon’s “post-pop” iconography, Rodrigo Luff’s lush psychedelic nudes, Peter Gric’s bio-mechanical desolation and Gerard Geer’s imaginative bone assemblages. WHEN: Opens July 23, 6pm – 9pm. Runs until August 16. SEE PREVIEW ONLINE Casey Weldon (USA) graduated with honors from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena in 2004. After living in Las Vegas, where he… Read More
Booty, butts, big butts, fat-bottomed girls, junk in the trunk, parody of the patootie! Dr Sketchy’s returned to Melbourne with a sold out session at beinArt Gallery last month. So how do we follow that up?! With a whole lotta booty! In August Miss Jane Doe and the one and only Frankie Valentine bring the booty… BABY GOT BACK The Accolade to ASS! Frankie Valentine and Vesper White created… Read More
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.
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
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.
Christian Rex van Minnen’s (United States) classically painted psychedelic portraits, complete with tattooed tumours and meaty foliage, inhabit a thrilling place between the beautiful and the grotesque.
Greg “Craola” Simkins’ (United States) paintings are influenced by pop culture, his love for animals, carnival kitsch, graffiti art and (most importantly) his warped imagination.