Friday Spotlight

8 May 2020

In our new weekly series—Friday Spotlight—we briefly focus on an artwork to provide insights and ideas to help build your knowledge and understanding about art and artists.

Nicholas Blowers' paintings are extraordinarily beautiful investigations into the landscape. They are robust and gritty in their intent, yet delicate in their treatment of the minor moments inherent in his compositions.

In recent years Blowers' monumental paintings inspired by man's intervention on the west coast of Tasmania have been praised by collectors and curatorial prizes alike. This powerful work has just returned to the market and is an exquisite example of his earlier tangled landscapes - evocative and mysterious.

View Ralph Hobb's (1 min) discussion about Leatherwood Debris by Nicholas Blowers.

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FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT — ADAM NUDELMAN

5 June 2020

Adam Nudelman has long used the landscape to frame his highly evocative themes and ideas. In this week’s Friday Spotlight, Ralph Hobbs provides some insights into the creation and inspiration of the painting “Waiting for someone or something to show us the way”.

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Melbourne Art Fair | Viewing Room

1 June 2020

Nanda\Hobbs is delighted to be participating in the 2020 edition of Melbourne Art Fair.  Scheduled for 3 - 7 June, but postponed to February 2021, MAF have released a online viewing room to showcase represented galleries.

Nanda\Hobbs presents two exceptional artists, both with a focus on theatrical realiism—Jonathan Dalton and Dianne Gall.

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FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT - Tjawina Porter Nampitjinpa

22 May 2020

Today, Ralph Hobbs introduces the work of Western Desert artist, Tjawina Porter Nampitjinpa with this beautiful and sophisticated painting that speaks of the landscape of her ancestral lands north of Docker River in Western Australia.

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