The work that I had on display ranged from never exhibited, demonstration, old pre-loved to current new work. As I am not with a gallery at the moment, my work does not include commission or GST.
Please contact me for any enquiries.
Currently I am a finalist in the 2018 Fisher’s Ghost Open Art Award , the Fisher’s Ghost Contemporary Art Award and the 2018 Blacktown City Art Prize.
Recently I was awarded first prize in the Kangaroo Valley Inaugural Art Award
So I am looking at subject matter closer to home with my work this year – the kitchen- in this case.
A Fleeting Moment in Space has been shortlisted for the important Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize which opens at 6pm Thursday 17 May at The Gallery at Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre, Brighton Town Hall.
Exhibition hours are Wednesday – Friday 11am – 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 1pm – 5pm and continues to 8 June.
I hope you can get there.
I am very pleased to be shortlisted for the Wyndham Art Prize. The exhibition dates are 30 March to 11 June, and the opening is on the 29 March from 6.30 to 8.30pm.
Please feel free to invite your friends and family.
“It is our premier event at the WYNDHAM ART GALLERY and we make a splash so come along and enjoy.”
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/
Easter Afternoon, Fowler’s Gap (60 x 60cm acrylic on canvas) was painted as part of a series of works that I began, and continue to create, referencing and inspired by my artist residency at the UNSW Research Station in the arid desert zone of Fowler’s Gap, 120 km north of Broken Hill, NSW.
Sorry I’m Late is a great little cafe in Brunswick that has just recently opened. Address is 2a/10 Breese Street, parallel to Sydney Road off Hope Street.
Unlike a lot of Melbourne cafes, Sorry I’m Late has colour and a different vibe. Great music, fantastic coffee, wacky cards and seriously good abstract paintings by me from the last 10 years or so at seriously negotiable prices.
Oh, and there is food and can I mention again, great coffee!!
ARTWORKS CURRENTLY AT Sorry I’m Late
Paintings by Robyn Kinsela are on show for viewing, buying or simply enjoying.
I do not copy my subject but interpret it as I feel at the time of painting. Drawing, memory and imagination, and using colours and materials that I feel like using, keep me absorbed in the whole process. Sometimes the resulting work comes like a delayed reaction as if my work needs an incubation period – it needs to mature or un-mature.
I know that juggling life and art has its costs and rewards.
There you go….today’s statement maybe it will be different tomorrow!