Exhibitions

[email protected]

 in Gallery 1

October – December 2020

Join Art Partners Australia, David Taylor and Prue Barclay for a unique partnership exhibition, BUSH FIRE RECOVERING. A series of photographs that celebrates the beauty of the bush and documents the amazing regeneration after the 2019-2020 bush fires and the much welcome rain that fell in the aftermath. 

Meg’s Children Nepal is an Australian not-for-profit charitable trust that was established in 2005, whose goal it is to support the upbringing of vulnerable and at-risk children in Nepal by providing for their daily living needs and meeting their right to education. These necessities, and the children’s health and safety, are enabled solely by funds raised through the trust, which is run by volunteers in the Albury-Wodonga district.

Meg’s Children Nepal is named in memory of Meg Ryan who passed away in 2003 as a result of complications from Spina Bifida. When Meg passed away at age 23, she was studying a Bachelor of Education at Charles Sturt University. After Meg’s death, her mother, Trish Ryan made the decision to travel to Nepal to volunteer, and this is how Meg’s Children started.

The exhibition is supported by Art Partners Australia who are donating 10% of all sales, as well as by David Taylor and Prue Barclay, who are donating all of their proceeds from the exhibition to the charity. 

David Taylor is a professional photographer from Albury, NSW with over 25 years’ experience in landscape & aerial photography. David’s love of aerial photography began as a hobby during forays across Australia in his Cessna 210. These days he shoots his images from a four-seater Glasair Sportsman, a tail dragger ideally suited to bush flying. He flies an average of 100 hours a year, crisscrossing the continent at 130 knots and armed with a medium format Phase One camera and Canon 5d SLR.

 

Exhibitions

Lorraine Connelly-Northey

Narrbong-galang in Gallery 2

July – September 2020

In 2011, through my role as assistant curator at the Albury/Library Museum I invited Connelly-Northey to create works of art for inclusion in the Mining the Collection exhibition at the then Albury Art Gallery (now MAMA – Murray Arts Museum Albury) of which Connelly-Northey donated to the gallery. In 2017 MAMA commissioned Connelly-Northey to create On Country, a major artwork based on the waterway that binds our twin cities Albury and Wodonga together for MAMA’s permanent collection.

Art Partners Australia, through its commitment of supporting local artists is excited to exhibit Connelly-Northey as part of the [email protected] exhibition.

Lorraine Connelly-Northey is a descendant of the Waradgerie (Wiradjuri) peoples and creates innovative objects and installations that relate to the history and culture of the Waradgerie people and her personal connection to the land. Connelly-Northey uses her knowledge of traditional south-eastern coil weaving techniques to sculpt scavenged and abandoned materials such as tin, mesh and wire into traditional rustic objects such as narrbongs (bush bags).

Throughout the exhibition Connelly-Northey can be contacted through Art Partners Australia or directly on 0422190173. Connelly-Northey represents herself.

Jacinta Mirams

Director, Art Partners Australia

For almost 20 years, Lorraine Connelly-Northey has been widely exhibited and collected both nationally and internationally. Exhibition highlights include:

 2019: Narrbong-galang (many bush bags), Lorraine Connelly Northey, Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Sydney.

2018-2019: Ngabinbiyi dulmarra (measured pressure). Michael Riley and Lorraine Connelly-Northey, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga.

2018: Obsessed: Compelled to make, major touring exhibition, Australian Design Centre, Sydney and Colony: Frontier Wars, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

2017: On Country, commission by Murray Art Museum Albury as part of the Landmarks exhibition.

2014: New Wave: Contemporary approaches to the traditions of weaving, Australian Design Centre, Sydney.

2013: Moscow Biennale, Moscow and Triennale of Craft, Kanazawa, Japan.

2012: 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7) at Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.

2011: Waradgerier Weaver and Spirit in the Land, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Swan Hill.

2010: 17th Biennale of Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

2009: Indigenous Art Award, highly commended, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth.

2008: Adelaide Biennale of Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

2006: Contemporary Commonwealth, and Landmarks, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Xstrata Coal Emerging Indigenous Art Award, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

2005: The Gatherer: Lorraine Connelly Northey, Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne.

2004: 100 Narbongs, Koorie Heritage Trust, Melbourne and Dowling House Community Gallery, Swan Hill.

2002: What’s going on! Contemporary Indigenous Art from the Murray Darling region, Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura.

2001: Kayi Kuthap (I’m sorry), Uniting Church, Swan Hill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010      Murray River Reflections, Gateway Arts Village

2008      Energy Transference, Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

2007       South Australian Sand Dunes, Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

2006       South Australian Sand Dunes, Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

2005       Group show, Horses, Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

2004       Energy Transference Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

2003       Goya Galleries, Melbourne

2003       Central Australian Landscapes, Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

2002       Landscapes, Beehive Gallery Albury

2001       Nudes, Rushcutters Bay Gallery, Sydney

2000       Sculptures, Studio Exhibition Potts Point Sydney

2000       Female Nudes, Rushcutters Bay Gallery Sydney

1999       Sculpture, Robert Global Paddington Sydney

1999       The other You, Desaran Brisbane + Surry Hills

1999       Incantations, A.Rolland Hump Gallery Brisbane + Surry Hills

1999       Self Analysis, Tin Shed Gallery University of Sydney

1999       Figure Drawings, Global Galleries Paddington Sydney

1998       Self Portrait Drawings, Tin Shed Gallery University of Sydney

1997       Urban Landscapes, De Maria Sydney

1997       Infinite Now, Araluen Centre for Arts, Alice Springs NT

1997      Fated Gathering, Watch this Space Gallery, Alice Springs NT

1996       Portraits, Uno Gallery Sydney

1995       Changing Places, Kuala Lumpur National Gallery

1995       From the Heart, Figure and Landscape Studio, Alice Springs

1993       Sculptures, studio exhibition Alice Springs

1993       Landscape Drawings, Price Street Gallery Alice Springs

1992       Landscape Paintings, Sata Tera Sa Community Alice Springs

1992       Unity in Diversity, Chester Street Gallery Adelaide SA

1992      Covenant, The Residence Gallery Alice Springs NT

1991      Rhythm in Chaos, Araluen Centre for Arts Alice Springs

1990       Billy Goat Hill, Araluen Regional Gallery Alice Springs

1989       Observer, Cement Factory Albury

1988       Close up, The Residence Gallery Alice Springs

1988       Sacred Ochres, The Residency NT Museum Gallery Alice Springs

1987       Covenant (with Siamak Fallah), Bookshop Gallery Adelaide

1987      From the Centre, Wodonga Civic Centre, Wodonga

1986       A Rhythm in Chaos, Araluen Regional Art Gallery Alice Springs

1985       Still Observing, Butter Factory Lincoln Causeway Wodonga

1984       Observing Landscape, The Residency NT Museum Alice Springs

1983       From the Centre, Wodonga Civic Centre Wodonga

1982       Oil Paintings, The Residency NT Museum Alice Springs

1981       Coloured Drawings, Twilight Gallery Melbourne

1980       Drawings, Rumbarella Gallery Melbourne

1979       Pencil Drawings, Gustaf Perstits Gallery Albury