Works from the Stockroom

Works from the Stockroom 20 February - 31 March 2016

Art Exhibition previously on at Gould Galleries in Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 20 February 2016 to Saturday 30 April 2016

My Beautiful Polar Bear   image Divided Painting   image Galah   image Cottlesbridge   image Reinhardt Dammn: U Could B Mine/NED IV   image Reinhardt Dammn: Ruined in a Day (Abstract Painting)   image Beyond   image Into the wild   image Everything seems more majestic the first time around   image The long pale night   image Magnolia georgiana  image Vanitas #3 - The Storyteller   image Let The Jungle In    image Pheasant Under Glass   image Marrianne's clianthus 2013 after Marrianne Collinson-Campbell  image Weather System (Tasman Sea) no.31   image Via North Melbourne   image High Rise   image The Ball Game   image Rocky Hillside, You Yangs   image Nose and Ears etc: The Gemini Series: Two Profiles...   image Inequality   image Untitled (Skull Panel)   image Arno   image Doggy Radio  image

Published by Gould Galleries on Tuesday 01 March 2016.
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Scott REDFORD
My Beautiful Polar Bear 2007
edition of 30
glazed ceramic
24.0 × 46.0 × 18.0 cm

Charles BLACKMAN
Divided Painting 1963
oil and enamel on composition board
167.5 × 160.0 cm
inscribed upper left: BLACKMAN
Provenance:
The artist;
Barbara Blackman, New South Wales, until 2000;
Private collection, Melbourne.
Exhibited:
Blackman: Paintings, Drawings, Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane, 2-18 April 1963, no. 66, 450 gns.
The Director’s Choice 2012, Gould Galleries, Melbourne, 19 July – 31 August 2012, no 8, illustrated.

Brett WHITELEY
Galah 1988
oil and chicken-wire on canvas
122.0 × 122.0 cm
inscribed lower right: BW / Chinese characters / 1. Strange, Uncanny, Occult, Rare / 2. Wonderful / 3. To feel strange about, To wonder
inscribed verso: Brett Whiteley / ‘Galah’
Provenance:
Private collection, London;Corporate collection, Melbourne.
Exhibited:
Brett Whiteley, Birds 1988: recent paintings, drawings, sculpture, and one screen print, The Artist’s Studio, Sydney, 5-19 July 1988, no. 4 ‘Gullah’;
The Director’s Choice 2010, Gould Galleries, Melbourne, 6 May – 5 June 2010, no. 1, cover illustration.

John OLSEN
Cottlesbridge 1970
oil on canvas
91.5 × 68.5 cm
inscribed lower right: John/Olsen 70
Provenance:
Private collection, Melbourne.
Exhibited:
The Director’s Choice 2006, Gould Galleries, Melbourne, 8 February – 26 March 2006, no.14, illustrated.

Scott REDFORD
Reinhardt Dammn: U Could B Mine/NED IV 2010
Acrylic, glitter, spray can enamel and nurr print on canvas
120 × 90 cm
Signed, dated and titled verso

Scott REDFORD
Reinhardt Dammn: Ruined in a Day (Abstract Painting) 2010
Acrylic on canvas in acrylic box, paint and decal
107 × 107 cm

Andrew McILROY
Beyond 2014
oil on linen
118.0 × 130.0 cm
inscribed verso: Beyond / Andrew McIlroy 2014

Valentina PALONEN
Into the wild 2014
Oil on linen
35 × 35 cm
Inscribed verso: Valentina Palonen ’14

Valentina PALONEN
Everything seems more majestic the first time around 2014
Oil on canvas
122 × 152.5 cm
Inscribed verso: Valentina Palonen ’14

Valentina PALONEN
The long pale night 2013
oil on canvas
50.5 × 61 cm

Louise SAXTON
Magnolia georgiana 2014 after George Dionysius Ehret 1743
Reclaimed needlework, vintage velvet, lace pins, beading pins, nylon tulle, silk on museum board
95 × 95 cm

Louise SAXTON
Vanitas #3 – The Storyteller 2015
Reclaimed needlework, silk, beading pins, on museum board
98 × 92 cm

Louise SAXTON
Let The Jungle In 2013
reclaimed needlework, lace pins, nylon tulle, wool carpet, bamboo birdcage
‘Nest’ 150.0 × 50.0 cm
‘Heart’ 75.0 × 45.0 cm
hanging height variable
Exhibited:
The F Word, Ararat Art Gallery, Victoria, p. 41, illustrated;
Yering Station 2013 Sculpture Exhibition & Awards, Victoria, 27 October – 8 December 2013, illustrated, Winning entry.
Literature:
Tess Curran, ‘A Bird in the Hand’, Peppermint Magazine, Issue 20, 2013, pp. 96-99 (illustrated);
Louise Saxton, ‘Transforming the everyday’, Textile Fibre Forum, Issue 113, 2014, pp. 44-45 (illustrated).

Louise SAXTON
Pheasant Under Glass 2015
Reclaimed needlework, milliner’s straw, nylon tulle, lace pins, hand-blown glass by Philip Stokes Studio Glass
60 × 31 × 91 cm

Louise SAXTON
Marrianne’s clianthus 2013 after Marrianne Collinson-Campbell 1800s
Reclaimed needlework, lace pins, beading pins, on museum board
146 × 65 cm
Exhibited
The 38th Alice Prize, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, May-June, 2014

Chris LANGLOIS
Weather System (Tasman Sea) no.31 2015
Oil on linen
137 × 168cm
Signed, dated and titled verso

Peter O’DOHERTY
Via North Melbourne
Acrylic on canvas
61 × 61 cm
Signed lower left
Signed, dated and titled verso

Peter O’DOHERTY
High Rise
Acrylic on canvas
71 × 71 cm
Signed lower left
Signed, dated and titled verso

Peter O’DOHERTY
Apollo Bay Weatherboard
Acrylic on canvas
122 × 152 cm
Signed lower right

William ROBINSON
The Ball Game 1995
painted and glazed ceramic vase
60.0 cm height
inscribed on base: Robinson ’95 / Errol Barnes
Provenance:
Private collection, Sydney, until 2003;
Private collection, Melbourne.
Exhibited:
William Robinson: Wave Pots, in collaboration with Errol Barnes, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney, 28 July – 23 August 1995, no. 6.

Fred WILLIAMS
Rocky Hillside, You Yangs 1974
oil on canvas
91.5 × 81.5 cm
Inscribed lower right: Fred Williams
Provenance:
Estate of the Artist;
Purchased by private collection, Canberra, through Australian Galleries, Melbourne;
Purchased by private collection, Melbourne through Gould Galleries, Melbourne in 2001.
Exhibited:
Modern Australian Art: A Collector’s Exhibition, Gould Galleries, Sydney, 14 February – 18 March 2001, no. 13, illustrated.

Chris LANGLOIS
Weather System (Dawn) no.2 2015
Oil on linen
137 × 122cm

Chris LANGLOIS
Weather System (Canal) no.1 2015
Oil on linen
137 × 122 cm
Signed, dated and titled verso

Scott REDFORD
Reinhardt Dammn Rockin’ City 2008
Laser cut vinyl on computer print aluminum dibond
240 × 110 cm

John BALDESSARI
Nose and Ears etc: The Gemini Series: Two Profiles… 2006
2 layer, 12 colour screenprint. Ed 40/45
88.5 × 144 × 7.5cm’

Scott REDFORD
Reinhardt Dammn Star Skull 2008
Glazed ceramic
30 × 33 × 27 cm

Clement MEADMORE
Hunch 1974
Polyester
Ed: 52/75
20 × 39 × 38 cm
Inscribed at base: HUNCH/ 52/75/ Meadmore/ 1974

Marc de JONG
Inequality 2010
Oil on canvas
127 × 163 cm
Inscribed verso: Marcsta / 2010 / IF YR NOT OFFENDED BY SOME1 THEN ITS ADVERTISING

Jake and Dinos CHAPMAN
Untitled (Skull Panel) 2003
Fibreglass and resin relief panel
120 × 243.5 cm

Scott REDFORD
Reinhardt Dammn U Could B Mine/Big Ned VI 2011
Acrylic, glitter, spray can enamel and nurr print on canvas
240 × 180 cm
Inscribed verso: REINHARDT DAMMN / U COULD B MINE / APRIL 2011

Linde IVIMEY
Arno 2009
Steel armature, acrylic resin, dyed cotton, natural and cast chicken & fish bones, 24ct gold & ruby
48 × 53 × 35 cm
Provenance:
The Estate of Lillian Hoffman, Sydney.
Exhibited:
Linde Ivimey: Leave No Bone Unturned, Gould Galleries, Melbourne, 2-26 May 2012, no. 17;
The Director’s Choice 2012, Gould Galleries, Melbourne, 19 July – 31 August 2012, no 30, illustrated;
If Pain Persists: Linde Ivimey Sculpture 2004-2012, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, 3 November 2012 – 24 March 2013.
Literature:
Louise Martin-Chew, Linde Ivimey, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, p. 16 (illustrated), 22

Yoshitomo NARA
Doggy Radio 2011
Fiberglass
36 × 35 × 18 cm
Japan’s most famous contemporary artist, Yoshitomo NARA designed the Doggy Radio so that he can share his love of music and art. Each Doggy Radio features an intricate sound system in its belly, while the nose lights up when it is switched on. It is supported by global sound positioning technology from Yamaha Lab. Available in limited quantities, with serial numbers printed on each piece, Doggy Radio is considered a piece of functional art and avant-garde design.

Robert KLIPPEL
no. 549 1985
Painted wood and mixed media
70.5 × 43.0 × 42.0 cm
Inscribed on side: RK / 1985 / 549
Provenance:
Gift from Andrew Klippel to Ann Lewis AO, Sydney in 2008; The Estate of Ann Lewis AO.

Stephen BIRD
Homeless 2011
Clay, pigment, glaze
29 × 25 × 19 cm