Last week I had the pleasure of attending two gallery openings, the first was Natasha Bieniek’s at the Dianne Tanzer Gallery. Which is a great space and the exhibition was fantastic. I have heard about Bieniek’s work as she has received a few awards recently. I think seeing her work in person has really made me appreciate her skill, her eye, her hand and her palate.
There is also an exhibition of Becc Orszag’s drawings in the back room and I recommend that also. It’s really nice to see drawing and painting coming back here in Melbourne town.
These woman are genius.
I also attended the opening of Joshua Yeldman’s “The Tongue Has No Bone” – awesome title – at the Scott Livesey Galleries. This gallery is also a fantastic space and the works were rich in texture, colour, subject. Richard Roxburgh opened the exhibition with a really warm speech and after the artist talked we all felt part of something pretty special.
If you’re in Melbourne both these exhibitions run until November the 17th.
She Hangs Brightly by Natasha Bieniek.