REMOTE Peta Dzubiel/ Jane Guthleben 19 July – 6 August at Incinerator Art Space

Two painters consider the relevance of landscape in the contemporary Australian psyche. From the shabby grandeur of Guthleben’s still life-landscapes to Dzubiel’s immersion of the human figure in the bush, their work explores themes of isolation, fear and nostalgia, and hints at degradation and dark histories. With references to art history and Australian cinema, their … Continue reading

Painting and the Australian Gothic

Remote Peta Dzubiel | Jane Guthleben   Exhibition 19 July-6 August Opening Saturday 22 July 2-4pm Incinerator Art Space 2 Small St, Willoughby NSW   Painting and the Australian Gothic   The Australian Gothic has been described as an overlooked genre in conventional readings of Australian art history[1]. However, recent exhibitions such as Weird Melancholy: … Continue reading

Eramboo artist environment presents LOST 20 – 28 May 2017

Eramboo Artist Environment is proud to present LOST. This exhibition seeks to re-imagine the notion of being lost in the Australian landscape via painting, installation and photography. Come with the family to explore art outside on the beautiful Eramboo property. LOST PETA DZUBIEL The Australian bush conjures up a deeply felt anxiety in many whom … Continue reading

REFLECTION/REFRACTION 13-24 July 2016 Peta Dzubiel, Cade Turner, Karen Stuart – curated by Rachel Carroll

Exhibition images from Reflection/Refraction 2016. Painting, photography & ceramics.

Interview with Peta Dzubiel by Rachel Carroll curator of Reflection/Refraction

  Interview with Peta Dzubiel: When did you start painting & which teacher/s influenced your practice? I started my BFA at the College of Fine Arts when I was 19 in 2003. I always loved and felt drawn to landscape painting, so I was very happy to have Ian Grant as a painting lecturer. I … Continue reading

REFLECTION/REFRACTION essay and selected preview of work

  Light can give you back your history, not only as a thought or memory but as a vital and intense experience…it strongly influences the sentiment with which you experience your reality. Huisman This exhibition Reflection/Refraction brings together three Sydney based artists who enhance our memories of reality with light. As the quote suggests, light … Continue reading

Reflection/Refraction

I am pleased to tell you my paintings are in a group show presented by Northern Beaches Council titled Reflection/Refraction. The exhibition runs during July at Warringah Creative Space 105 Abbott Road North Curl Curl. Reflection/Refraction is a curated exhibition by Rachel Carroll. It presents three emerging Northern Beaches Artists who explore the notion of light. … Continue reading

PETA DZUBIEL – ARCADIA 1-11 April 2015

Peta Dzubiel ARCADIA 1-11 April 2015 @ Sheffer Gallery 38 Lander Street Darlington Arcadia This exhibition of paintings seeks to re-imagine the idea of Arcadia in the Australian landscape.  Arcadia is a term derived from the Ancient Greek conception of paradise or place of rustic beauty. The phrase, ‘Et in Arcadia Ego’, roughly translates as … Continue reading

Arcadia – selected preview of exhibition 1-11 April 2015 @ SHEFFER GALLERY 38 Lander Street, Darlington, 2008, Sydney

Arcadia This exhibition of paintings seeks to re-imagine the idea of Arcadia in the Australian landscape.  Arcadia is a term derived from the Ancient Greek conception of paradise or place of rustic beauty. The phrase, ‘Et in Arcadia Ego’, roughly translates as meaning – Even in Arcadia, there am I. However, even in paradise, behind … Continue reading

Solo Exhibition – Peta Dzubiel ARCADIA 1-11 April 2015 @ Sheffer Gallery 38 Lander Street, Darlington, 2008

ARCADIA PETA DZUBIEL Opening April 1 Wednesday 6 – 8pm 2015 Sheffer Gallery 38 Lander St Darlington 2008 Exhibition runs April 1-11, Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 6pm This exhibition of paintings seeks to re-imagine the idea of Arcadia in the Australian landscape. Arcadia is a term derived from the Ancient Greek conception of paradise … Continue reading

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