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Small Works 2018 – Group show with over 70 artists

Small Works 2018

Small Works 2018 will showcase more than 100 new works by over 70 artists, many of whom are new to Beinart Gallery. This show includes paintings, drawings and sculptures by a host of highly skilled and imaginative artists.

This is a rare opportunity to take home a small affordable piece by one of your favourite artists, so join our mailing list now for an advanced online catalogue and don’t miss out!

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, July 14, from 6pm – 9pm. Free entry.

This exhibition runs from July 14 to August 5.

Josie Morway

ARTISTS: Shaun Tan, Travis Louie, Dulk, Johnson Tsang, Ronit Baranga, Scott Musgrove, Alex Gross, Chet Zar, Stella Im Hultberg, Tiffany Bozic, Amy Sol, Sarah Joncas, Erika Sanada, Joao Ruas, Alex Garant, Adipocere, Naoto Hattori, Hannah Yata, Sam Yong, Carlos Torres, John Brophy, Mike Leavitt, Salavat Fidai, Matt Dangler, Stephen Ives, Kisung Koh, Anton Vill, Young Chun, Lindsay Carr, Brian Mashburn, Adrian Cox, James Bullough, Peter Gric, Chris Leib, Matthew Bone, Dave Lebow, Nom Kinnear King, Yoko d’Holbachie, Edith Lebeau, Christopher David White, Ross Vaughan, Sean Layh, Costa Magarakis, Jolene Lai, Wiley Wallace, Josie Morway, Caitlin McCormack, Sarah Dolby, Steve Cross, Jessica Dalva, Michelle Avery Konczyk, Clare Toms, Kane Kokaris, Beau White, Jeff Christensen, Lukifer Aurelius, Kit Mizeres, Jean-Pierre Arboleda, Steven Kenny, Marina Dieul, Annita Maslov, Karl Persson, Qimmy Shimmy, Katrin Berge, Edith Waddell, Indigo O’Rourke, Eevien Tan, Kim Evans, Brian Cheung, Gerard Geer, Sonya Palencia, Olga Esther, Dos Diablos, Zane York, Bryan Itch, Bryce Flint, Sebastian Galloway, Effie Pryer & Jon Beinart.

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Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

Wiley Wallace

‘Sinking Communication’ – Acrylic on panel by Wiley Wallace

Marina Dieul

Miniature oil paintings by Marina Dieul

Kisung Koh

Sneak peek of oil painting by Kisung Koh

Jeff Christensen

Oil on panel by Jeff Christensen

Jolene Lai

‘Brood’ – Oil on panel by Jolene Lai

Olga Esther

Sneak peek of WIP oil painting by Olga Esther

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Dreamer, Lover, Maker, Fighter – Brian Viveros, Miles Johnston, Kari-Lise Alexander & Scott Scheidly

Dreamer, Lover, Maker, Fighter is an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Brian Viveros, Miles Johnston, Kari-Lise Alexander and Scott Scheidly.

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Viveros’s work elevates the iconography of the femme fatale as a powerful emblem of strength and retaliation. Johnston explores the deviations between our internal states of consciousness and the complex underlying reality of our life situations in his intricate illusionistic drawings. Alexander captures the unique qualities of her Scandinavian heritage in her serene figurative paintings. Scheidly blurs the boundaries between his subjects and their environments in his beautifully rendered paintings.

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, June 2, from 6pm – 9pm. Free entry.

This exhibition runs from June 2 to June 24.

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

‘Peace is Possible’ – Miniature pencil drawing by Miles Johnston.

Miles Johnston was born in the UK and spent a few years of his early childhood living in Brunei, Borneo. After getting involved in art forums as a young teenager and teaching himself for 5 years, he moved to Sweden to study at the Swedish Academy of Realist Art at the age of 18. Now Miles works part-time as an instructor at the same school whilst working on developing his own body of work. Over the past couple of years his work has found an audience online and started to be exhibited internationally, culminating in his first solo show in New York at Last Rites Gallery in 2018.

Johnston works primarily in graphite and oils, using the human form as a vehicle to attempt to process the intensity and profound strangeness of the collective human experience. The distortions and transformations his figures undergo serve to represent the experience of our internal state during crucial moments in our lives. Instead of focusing on literal representations of the world, he depicts the surreal and abstract qualities of our subjectivity with the goal of creating works with a deep emotional resonance.

Brian Viveros

‘Leather Head’ – Oil painting by Brian Viveros

Internationally celebrated artist Brian M. Viveros has an unmistakably arresting hand. His highly detailed paintings of defiant doe-eyed beauties summon a raw vision of intractability. Beautiful yet barbarous, they draw from the feminine and its reconciliation of vulnerability, beauty, and power. His subjects are fighters and survivors, rendered just bloodied enough to remind us that they are formidable opponents not to be taken lightly, steel-tough victors who carry something of the sublime. Viveros’s work elevates the iconography of the femme fatale beyond seductress to a powerful emblem of strength and retaliation: insubordinate beauties undaunted by the unruliness of a messy fight.

Viveros is a technical perfectionist, and his oil, airbrush, acrylic and ink paintings are highly saturated with pigment, luminosity and depth, while the compositions are poignant and simple. His emphasis tends to be on focal points such as the eyes, lips and skin, conveying the subtlety of minute expression and the power of an impaling gaze. The paintings feel cinematic owing to their evocative suggestion of narrative and to the iconicity of their subjects. Viveros’ creative cosmos is beautifully stylised, never derivative, and distinctly recognisable as his own.

Kari Lise Alexander

‘When you bite the one you love’ – Oil on panel by Kari Lise Alexander.

Kari-Lise Alexander’s work is rooted in the old folklore of her Scandinavian heritage as well as inspired by her home in the Pacific Northwest. At a young age, Alexander was always experimenting with paints, pencils, pastels and anything else she could get her hands on. In 2000, she studied fine art for two semesters but left college to pursue other interests. It wasn’t until spring of 2009 that her heart led her back to painting, and she hasn’t stopped since.

Her style captures the unique qualities of both her heritage and her home. Combining them, she is able to create surreal worlds and explore common themes between the two. Alexander’s work often reflects these worlds through the women, nature, and animals painted in them. Her work tends to leave the viewer feeling as if they are experiencing the same private moment as the subjects.

Alexander works from her home studio in Seattle, Washington, where she lives with her husband, two poodles and two rabbits.

Scott Scheidly

‘Halo’ – Acrylic on masonite by Scott Scheidly.

Scott Scheidly is an artist living and working in Orlando, Florida. On his website, Scheidly explains how his first art project started when he ate a 10-pack of crayons as a baby, “thus turning his diaper into a Jackson Pollock.” Only sixteen years later he graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Probably most famous for his “Pink Series,” Scheidly depicts notorious dictators, Hollywood celebrities and contemporary politicians bathed in hues of pinks and purples, presenting a satirical analysis of power, corruption and masculinity. In a humorous yet somewhat shocking and predictably offensive way, Scheidly opens room for the discussion of societal norms.

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Pay for art over 10 months, interest free with Art Money

Beinart Gallery is now offering Art Money to collectors in the USA, Australia & New Zealand.

Art Money makes owning art easier and more affordable. Payments are spread over 10 monthly instalments. After paying a minimum 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest free. Art Money is available from $675 to $50,000.

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Shaun Tan Solo Exhibition – Lost & Found

Shaun Tan

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first drawings for his book ‘The Lost Thing’, Beinart Gallery is proud to present Shaun Tan’s first commercial solo exhibition of book-related sketches, paintings and illustrations, ‘Lost & Found’.

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OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, May 5, from 6pm – 9pm. Free entry. Unfortunately, Shaun is unable to attend the opening night but will be conducting a book signing at Beinart Gallery two weeks after the opening. More info about the book signing here.

This exhibition runs from May 5 to May 27 and runs alongside Seeing Between, a two person exhibition with Alex Garant & Lukifer Aurelius.

Shaun Tan

“Anything you can do I can do better.” – Pastel drawing by Shaun Tan.

The Lost Thing became a best seller and was developed into a short film which won the Australian Film Institute award for Best Animated Short in 2010 and an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2011. This exhibition includes both original concept drawings for the book and film and new, unseen work based on the universe of The Lost Thing and other imaginary worlds and creatures.

The Lost Thing began to take form when Tan sat down at his kitchen table one hot January afternoon in 1998 and began pieces that would lead to two decades of drawing, painting, sculpting and digitally animating strange creatures he came to call “lost things,” returning to them again and again like some kind of artistic factory setting. He is still not sure what they are, where they come from or where they rightly belong, which says a lot to him about their resilience and attraction as subjects.

Shaun Tan - Lost Thing film concept art

Lost Thing film concept art by Shaun Tan

The Lost Thing was the first picture book Tan independently wrote, designed and illustrated, and it somehow contained all the joy and angst of being a young artist, not knowing what he was doing or where he was going, which is perhaps why it resonated so well with readers. Tan also came to love working in the medium—picture books ostensibly, but not really, for children—that flew under a certain critical radar: as the book’s subtitle clarifies, it is a tale for those with more important things to pay attention to. While the book was not necessarily an immediate hit, it did gather a passionate following over time and enjoyed the unlikely circumstance of being adapted as an Oscar-winning animated film. As Tan mentioned in the acceptance speech on behalf of the film’s creative team, it’s ironic that a story about such an ignored creature should receive so much focus. Twenty years later, Tan is pleased to be able to show a mix of old and new lost things, including some original working drawings for the book and film, and send them out from the “department of odds and ends” that he calls his studio and into new homes. He hopes to infect others with his fascination with homeless object-animals, of the kind one can see every day but only if one keeps one’s eyes open.

Shaun Tan

“Obstetrician and Cagebird” – Pencil drawing by Shaun Tan

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

Shaun Tan grew up in Perth and works as an artist, writer and filmmaker in Melbourne. He is best known for illustrated books that deal with social, political and historical subjects through dream-like imagery: The Rabbits, The Red Tree, Tales from Outer Suburbia and the graphic novel The Arrival have been widely translated throughout the world and enjoyed by readers of all ages. Shaun has also worked as a theatre designer and a concept artist for Pixar. In 2011 he received the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in Sweden, in recognition of his services to literature for young people.

Shaun Tan

Lost Thing film concept art by Shaun Tan.

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Alex Garant & Lukifer Aurelius – Seeing Between

Alex Garant - Seeing Between

Seeing Between is a two-person exhibition of new oil paintings by Alex Garant and Lukifer Aurelius.

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Garant’s work features portraits embellished with quadruple-vision motifs, unsettling the viewer by almost literally jarring the view on conventional portraiture. Aurelius’s work also treads the line between the familiar and the unfamiliar, with the quiet beauty of dreamlike figures seemingly infused with fire or, at the very least, embers, striking a chord with perhaps our most primitive memories.

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, May 5, from 6pm – 9pm. Free entry.

This exhibition runs from May 5 to May 27 and runs alongside Shaun Tan solo exhibition, “Lost & Found”.

‘Signal’ – oil on aluminium panel by Lukifer Aurelius.

Lukifer Aurelius has been exploring different states of experience through the idea of the individual as a constellation of forces and subpersonalities; some of this is manifested through gesture and spatial arrangement. Aurelius has also explored the intersection between the familiar and the unfamiliar, where one’s conceptual frameworks are met with forces more complex and mysterious than can be accounted for.

Lukifer Aurelius is a New Zealand-born, Brisbane-based painter. In 2011, Aurelius moved to Brisbane to study classical drawing and painting techniques in a traditional atelier environment. Working mainly with oils, Aurelius creates surreal, multi-figure compositions that serve as personal meditations on the plurality of individuality, as well as on the individual relationship to the unknown and the unknowable that underpins our experience of the world. With a primarily intuitive process of ideation, Aurelius embraces the ambiguous character of each visual element and its place within a scene, aiming to allow for dynamic layers of tension and harmony to arise.

Oil painting by Alex Garant.

Oil painting by Alex Garant

Alex Garant’s pieces in this show explore the idea that what we see and what we feel are never the same: there is a disconnect between visual stimuli and the emotional response associated with them. While maintaining a seductive aesthetic and working with traditional media, Alex Garant’s new series is meant to invite the viewer into a different way to experience art. Her work creates a tension between beauty and disharmony.

Internationally renowned as the Queen of Double Eyes, Alex Garant studied visual arts at Notre-Dame-De-Foy College just outside Quebec City, Canada. After graduating in 2001, she ultimately settled in Toronto.

She decided to commit to her passion for art after suffering a heart attack in 2012, changing forever how she would see the world. She is a pioneer of contemporary figurative op art. Her oil paintings offer a graphic quality combined with traditional portrait techniques. Garant has established herself as one of the leaders of analog Glitch Art by using patterns, duplication of elements, symmetry and image superposition as key elements of her imagery.

Garant has shown works in galleries all over Canada and the United States as well as Australia and Portugal. Her works have also been shown at The Fullerton Museum and The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) in California. Finally, her works have been seen in magazines such as Hi-Fructose, Juxtapoz and Beautiful Bizarre and on multiple online platforms, including VICE, The Huffington Post and Buzznet.

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

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Dark Art Show 2018

Dark Art Show 2018

The Dark Art Show presents a collection of new works by an eclectic group of highly skilled artists that promises to entrance and delight while challenging the viewer.

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Slide your toes beyond the threshold. Dark things await; you might wrestle with them, or you might hold them close to you while you slip back into the light.

This is the nature of dark art: it can be both beautiful and macabre, appealing to our morbid curiosity while captivating us through their aesthetic. The works in this exhibition are often ominous and sometimes humorous. Whatever they depict, though, they demand consideration, appealing to the farthest reaches of our psyche.

Brom

“Black Moth” – Oil painting by Brom for Dark Art Show 2018.

Participating artists: Shaun Tan, Brom, Anton Vill, Stephanie Inagaki, Emil Melmoth, Laurie Lee Brom, Naoto Hattori, Nick Sheehy, Ben Howe, Chris Leib, Beau White, Ross Vaughn, Paul Neberra, Fergus Dupleix, Clare Toms, Costa Magarakis, Annita Maslov, Sai-Wai Foo & Christian Perez.

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, April 7, from 6pm – 9 pm. Free entry.

This exhibition runs from April 7 to April 29 and runs alongside David Stoupakis’ solo exhibition, A World Between.

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

Stephanie Inagaki

“Disentangle” – Charcoal & watercolour drawing by Stephanie Inagaki for Dark Art Show 2018.

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David Stoupakis Solo Exhibition – A World Between

David Stoupakis - A World Between

A World Between is an exhibition of new oil paintings by internationally renowned artist David Stoupakis.

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This show is inspired by a simple but universal premise: every religion shares a common thread that is sewn into the emotional and intellectual awareness of people’s dependence on powers that are not human. In this new series of works by New York-based artist David Stoupakis, that awareness is seen as a way to explore worlds built by both light and dark, sun and moon, fire and water, bird and snake. These images, symbols, perfections and imperfections carry a knowledge expressed outside the human mind. David’s paintings for this show are representative of worlds unknown and out of reach, and they serve to express what we would like to be but also what we can never be.

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, April 7, from 6pm – 9 pm. Free entry.

This exhibition runs from April 7 to April 29 and runs alongside the Dark Art Show 2018.

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

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David Stoupakis was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1974. He currently lives and works in New York. His work, inspired by fables, fairy tales and nostalgic allusions to the places and situations of his childhood, has always been focused on the evocation of dreamlike landscapes and complex characters that seem to have a mind of their own and their own story to tell. From his first works with the series God is Dead, The Hours and Murder of Us, we see clear references to an intricate narrative of religious symbolism and that he is broadly influenced by Renaissance art. David’s characters and their interactions with their own worlds can often point to unspoken understandings, and his creative process in turning certain memories and anxieties into well-rendered depictions of his interpretation of reality has been and remains an extension of his emotional and intellectual response to the world. David’s work can be found in many private collections and has been featured in numerous group and solo exhibitions in both galleries and museums.

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The Cat Show – Celebrating the feline in art

The Cat Show

The Cat Show is a group art exhibition celebrating the favoured feline, and its subjects are featured in all manner of cattitudes, from gentle muscular repose to improbable anthropomorphism.

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Whether of the big, jungle variety or the smaller, allegedly domesticated kind we enjoy as companions, cats demand our attention precisely because they often don’t seem to care if they have it. They are usually too busy doing cat things: padding stealthily through the jungle on giant paws, stalking crickets in the garden, sleeping under a fern or hunting the tie from the bread bag that’s fallen to the kitchen floor.

The felines in The Cat Show have every wish to be admired, and some will be watching you, too. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself wanting to take one home.

Marina Dieul

Miniature oil painting by Marina Dieul for The Cat Show

Participating artists: Mab Graves, Naoto Hattori, Adipocere, Matthew Grabelsky, Rene French, Cinta Vidal, Jim McKenzie, Anthony Ausgang, Heidi Taillefer, Marina Duel, Lucia Heffernan, Courtney Brims, JoKa, Jel Ena, Zane York, Mali Moir, Beau White, Scott G Brooks, Fergus Dupleix, Emma Mount, Zoe Keller, Zoe Williams, Jessica Dalva, Annita Maslov, Steve Cross, Erich j Moffitt, Angela Lizon, David Rice & Melissa Hartley.

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, March 10, from 6pm – 9 pm. Free entry.

This exhibition runs from March 10 to March 28.

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

Lucia Heffernan

Oil painting by Lucia Heffernan for The Cat Show

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Stephen Ives Retrospective

Stephen Ives Retrospective

Stephen Ives Retrospective

beinArt Gallery presents a retrospective of bricolage sculptures by Stephen Ives.

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The works selected cover 2011 to the present, including time he spent living, working and exhibiting in Europe as well as his recent solo exhibitions at Backwoods Gallery (Melbourne, Australia.) While his earlier work featured high-quality finishes and smooth assimilation of objects, in his later work, he has sought a more expressive, immediate style. Throughout, his concepts have remained solid, connecting the pieces in the retrospective like veins through the body.

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, February 17, from 6–9 pm. Free entry. Stephen will be in attendance.

This exhibition runs from February 17 to March 4 and runs alongside Tim Molloy solo show, Strange Parades.

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Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

 

Stephen Ives Retrospective

Stephen Ives (Melbourne, Australia) is a bricoleur: he creates his work from a meta pile of toys, junk, found objects, model kits and malleable extras such as polymer clays and aluminium. He organizes his ideas similarly, a collision of thoughts, feelings, current and past ideas, history and popular culture. Concepts are edited and refined and materials are collected, cut, morphed, distorted and eventually brought together in an homogenous whole that is both a thought form and a candy apple treat.

Ives was born in England in 1970 to an Australian mother and English father. He lived on the outskirts of the historic town of Lewes before coming to Australia when he was 12. Most of his childhood was spent in a large pile of Lego creating whatever he could imagine or running around on the South Downs having adventures. As a teenager, he practiced drawing as well as making model tanks and planes.

He has been practicing and exhibiting his work in Melbourne since his mid-20’s. He has also exhibited in galleries in London, Paris, Brussels, New York, Santa Fe and Copenhagen.

His work has been bought by collectors in Australia, England and Germany as well as some of the foremost art collectors in Denmark, including Christian Stadil (Thornico, Hummel Sport), Lars Christian Brask (EFG International) and the Danske Bank.

Tim Molloy – Strange Parades – Solo show

Tim Molloy - Strange Parades

beinArt Gallery presents Strange Parades, an exhibition of new ink and watercolor paintings by Tim Molloy.

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On a sweet breeze comes the sound of weird instruments, playing songs conceived in other worlds and heard only in dreams. In the distance, impossible shapes cavort and tumble, appearing to evolve with weird biological fluidity. The monsters come into sight and pass you by; their cacophonous bestiary stretches from horizon to horizon. The strange parade marches through sun-drenched jungles, gardens of flesh and the spaces in between.

Tim Molloy has assembled an eccentric collection of enigmatic pictures, brimming with hypnogogic imagery, candy-coloured whimsy, and writhing tentacles. Fall in line, lock step and join the parade!

OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, February 17, from 6–9 pm. Free entry. Tim will be in attendance and will be signing copies of his graphic novels.

This exhibition runs from February 17 to March 4 and runs alongside Stephen Ives’ retrospective show.

Complimentary wine will be available at the opening. For those wanting a non-alcoholic option, we will also have drinks provided by Remedy Kombucha.

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Tim Molloy

Watercolour painting by Tim Molloy for Strange Parades.

Tim Molloy (Melbourne, Australia) makes weird comics. His main character, Mr. Unpronounceable, has now wandered through some 400 grotesque pages and two award-winning collections.

Molloy’s work is an ever-expanding and interconnected web of dreamlike and nightmarish storylines soaked heavily in delusion, confusion and a general sense of unease. He draws heavily on surrealist techniques, symbolist ideas, synchronicity and dreams to construct his stories. Recurring themes include death, rebirth, the nature and expansion of consciousness, self-destruction and discovery. There is a kind of pre-apocalyptic tension throughout, balanced with a sense of humor.

Molloy has been making art in one form or another since he could clutch a crayon. In his last year of high school, he became involved with self-publishing and the poetry/art/comics/music scene in his hometown of Auckland City, New Zealand. He studied animation and went on to work in the local industry for a couple of years before moving to Australia almost a decade ago. After some time in Melbourne he was picked up by Jacky Winter Illustration Agency, and later Milk Shadow Books began publishing his comics. His work has appeared in numerous periodicals, art shows, festivals, conventions and fairs.

When Molloy is not making comics, he fronts the Sci-Fi-delic party band Plague Doctor and works in an art store. He lives in Melbourne with his wife, son, and two cats.

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Tim Molloy

Three Watercolour paintings by Tim Molloy for Strange Parades.