Aranya Khun 115x145cm $1,990
We are lucky enough to be able to offer you over 30 pieces of unique art at prices that normally would not be possible. Most of the art you see on this page is at least half of it’s normal price.
Late last night I received an e-mail from Attasit Pokpong, the renowned Thai Artist. Attasit is the director of an artist workshop collective in Bangkok. The paintings below have all been donated by these artists to help fund this project. As the money is needed immediately the prices are such that if you liked one of these pieces you would be very foolish not to take up the offer. The conditions that accompany this offer are listed in the newsletter. This offer is for a very limited time. Attasit has given Tusk Gallery the first opportunity to offer this work to it’s clients but this exclusivity is only for a very limited time. Please contact Olivia at Tusk Gallery on 03 9827 3338 or Georgie on 0425 752105 if you are keen to purchase one of these paintings. You can also e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hearts by Ty 100×100 $990
Bangkok Street Scene by Nitichai 190x220cm $3990
Boy by Woravit 90x90cm $1500
Leaves by Sophon 120x100cm $990
Aranya 120x120cm $1500
Robots by Jitti 88x100cm $1790
Sinit Saeja 26x103cm $990
Ship of Fools by Kongsak 130x130cm $1990
Soontree 100x100cm $990
Girl by Silawit Poolsawat 145x190cm $3990
Smiling Girl by Pansa 100x100cm $1790
Sandro Thomas 30x70cm $990
Dear Smart Phone by Cece Nobre 110x200cm $1990
Tears by Anurak 120x120cm $2500
Boy by Dusit Pimchangthong 110x130cm $990
Two Boys by Dusit Pimchangthong 120x160cm $1790
Love Birds by Prapaipan 100x70cm $890
Sleeping cat by Prapaipan 100x70cm $890
Cat and Still Life by Monchai 100x80cm $990
Soontree 100x100cm $990
Multi media face by Pansa 100x100cm $1500
Misty Nude by Witoon Krengnarongdath 70x90cm $990
Girl with hat by Rungrudee 70x100cm $1690
Warrior by Cece Nobre 70x100cm $1690
Cat with Yellow Eyes by Anchana 80x80cm $590
Cat with Blue Eyes by Anchana 80x80cm $590
Padpungpol 100x100cm $990
Girl With Blue Cat by Padpungpol 100x100cm $990
War With Myself by Ty 160x160cm $3990
Pongsak was born in 1988. He studied art at The College of Fine Arts Bunditpatansilpa Institute in Thailand.
Pongsak creates highly detailed scenes of life in Bangkok by cutting denim into very precise shapes that he then patiently sews them together.
He’s really captured the feel of the Chao Phraya River in these 2 pieces.
“I use different materials which give opposite meanings such as hard and soft, peace and movement, etc. They were combined and adjusted in order to create a new meaning, difference is not that which is contrary or conflicting, it’s a truth that stays side by side of each other”.
Another denim artist from London, Ian Berry is taking the art world by storm.
Here’s a bit of an insight into Ian follow the link.
Here are some examples of Pongsakul’s Denim Art
Pongsak’s pieces are 145x110cm.
Zoe Ellenberg’s Dining Room. Zoe’s house is chick full of art. It’s a real delight to visit her.
A Group Exhibition featuring the art of Zoe Ellenberg, Sophie Gralton, Carolyn O’Neill and Jacqui Doran.
Here’s a preview on YouTube
http://youtu.be/9u6TENk2P9s or CLICK on the image above.
The artist’s all put so much love into their Art that the name “Nothing Without Love” seemed appropriate.
To celebrate our first Solo Exhibition at Tusk Gallery Camberwell (also known as Graphic Impressions) we asked Mornington Peninsula artist Cheryl Petersen whether we could feature her art. Cheryl was over the moon and “Ethereal” is about to become a reality.
ETHEREAL : A SOLO EXHIBITION BY CHERYL PETERSEN TUSK GALLERY 76 HAROLD ST CAMBERWELL OPENING SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 2-4.30 PM R.S.V.P TO GEORGINA@TUSKGALLERY.COM.AU
Cheryl Petersen studied Graphic Design at Monash University in 1998 as a mature age student and majored in illustration where upon completing university she worked both as a freelance illustrator and a jewellery designer.
As an illustrator she worked on several magazines and books including “Willis and the Echo” written by Craig Wellington and published by Hyland House, ”Jack the Giant Killer” and a selection of Hans Christian Anderson stories published by Pan McMillan. Her portfolio of work also extends to various children’s poetry books and book covers for Reed Books and various magazines and brochures.
In 2007, Cheryl Petersen realized her dream when she opened her own gallery –
Cheryl Petersen Galleries, located in Somerville, Victoria. The gallery constantly has a broad range of colour and texture on display, where you will discover subtle hues and sophisticated brush strokes of the many diverse artworks for sale.
“Mostly I paint to my moods, it is the foundation for my inspiration. My best works seem to happen naturally when I am totally absorbed in the moment. If I feel like painting the whole canvas black I will and then I just see what happens next….no planning, no contriving…just letting it flow. I try not to control my work too much, I prefer to keep the spontaneity flowing. I think it’s very important to be a good artist technically, but it is just as important to be able to create freely and originally from the heart.”
Cheryl has become well known for her style of work, which includes a large array of vivid designs & enriching colour, full of beauty & joy. Her background is evident in the often whimsical portrayal of subjects in her art. It is this diversity that has led her gallery to become a one of a kind learning studio that offers a large range of art courses & workshops for anyone to learn from, including the absolute beginner to the advanced artist.
Cheryl Petersen 235x175cm (fiio)
- Cheryl Petersen 180x150cm (bgio)
You are invited to the opening night of Reflections, an exhibition of Thai Contemporary Art at Tusk Gallery 438 Chapel St South Yarra. Wednesday 25/9 6pm-8.30pm.
Featuring the Sculpture of Pimpisa Tinpalit.
RSVP to email@example.com
Mornington Penisula artist Cheryl Petersen has just completed 5 new paintings. This one (above) is called “Purple Maze” It’s 180x150cm (deoo).
Here’s a preview.
“Golden Birds” Cheryl Petersen 235x175cm (fiio)
“Meow Meow” Cheryl Petersen 120x100cm (hio)
“Simply Beautiful” Cheryl Petersen 235x175cm (diio)
“Orange Tree” Cheryl Petersen 180x150cm (bgio)
This is a brand new painting by Sunshine Coast artist, Lisa Morgan. It is entitled “The Turquoise Sea” Size 120x90cm.
I dreamed a treasure’s hiding place
Was like the snow-white strand
Between a jewelled turquoise sea
And some exotic land,
And in my dream the sea had gone
A billion years ago,
But still I’d find the treasure’s lair,
For, looking, I would know
That some things tell of vanished seas
And some of vanished land,
And finding both, I’d look between
And find the hidden strand,
And in the strand a treasure-trove
— the vision promised me —
But morning’s finger touched the dream
That held the vanished sea,
And suddenly Space changed to Time
And In-between to Now,
And there I found the treasured strand,
The likeness showed me how.
This is Kitti’s latest work.