Over nearly two decades, Australian artist Ben Howe has carved a reputation for himself globally with his iconic photo-surrealist oil paintings. Those paintings have made their way across the world into galleries and private collections, in the process eclipsing numerous grants, fellowships and international residencies which have been sent his way. On the cusp of his new solo exhibition ‘Weave’, Ben Howe took precious time out from the studio,… Read More
“Weave” is a new series of oil paintings by internationally renowned Australian artist Ben Howe. This exhibition brings together themes of mortality, isolation, longing, melancholy and loss and sits somewhere between the physical constraints of reality and the anarchic realm of the subconscious. ONLINE CATALOGUE. These paintings draw from gothic motifs, fairy tales and archaic tropes to explore broader issues relating to the physical and subjective self within contemporary… Read More
beinArt Gallery is proud to present IV, a group exhibition featuring internationally renowned Esao Andrews, Dan Quintana, Miso & Elizabeth McGrath. All four artists work together out of an historic building called The Canadian in the Skid Row district of Los Angeles, and while they are highly divergent in style, subject matter and media, they share similar challenges, goals and ideas. ONLINE CATALOGUE WHEN: Opens Saturday, August 26, 6pm… Read More
Hannah Yata weaves nature, feminine imagery, and other elements into pieces that can both soothe and challenge: while her paintings are beautiful, often with a candy color palette, they also confront us with complex perspectives on humans and their world. Sometimes wry and sometimes shocking, Yata’s work is invariably arresting. “I think an image that arrests us, takes hold of our mind long after we have left its presence,… Read More
Chris Leib is an American fine-artist and graduate of anthropology, renowned for his iconography of Bonobo chimps and astronauts and cosmonauts, often juxtaposed, with exquisite technique and scrupulous attention to detail. Transcending whimsy, his paintings are laden with meaning and intellectual contemplation. Chris’ work explores themes of heroism, human endeavour and the sensitivity of human hopes and ambitions to possible realities of science-fact. His work challenges us to contemplate… Read More
The catalogue for Small Works 2017 is now online! Click the image above to preview all of the works in this wonderful exhibition. Payment plans and discounted world-wide shipping rates are available.
beinArt Gallery is excited to announce Small Works 2017, the second instalment of our now annual group exhibition, with over 60 participating artists! And this year we are going green! We are donating 5% from each purchase to charity, carbon offsetting all shipping & serving local organic wine at the opening. We aim to make this our most earth-friendly exhibit ever. ONLINE CATALOGUE Small pieces provide an excellent opportunity… Read More
The preview for Creature is now online! Creature is a group exhibition of new works featuring a host of bizarre creatures. From whimsically adorable hybrids to the type of ghastly beastie no one would want to encounter in a dream, these creatures are sure to capture the imagination of any viewer.
beinArt Gallery presents “Creature,” a group exhibition of new works featuring a host of bizarre creatures. From whimsically adorable hybrids to the type of ghastly beastie no one would want to encounter in a dream, these creatures are sure to capture the imagination of any viewer. SEE ONLINE PREVIEW OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, July 1, from 6–9 pm. FREE ENTRY. This exhibition runs until July 23. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Hannah Yata,… Read More
The preview for Sensory Garden is now online! “Sensory Garden” is a new series of oil paintings by Adrian Cox. Walk through landscapes “peopled” by Border Creatures, humanoid beings who are part of their environment, formed from plant matter and minerals.