The count currently stands at 95 artworks on an equine theme from 40 artists, and were’re hoping that’s it, because the gallery is bursting at the seams with depictions of magnificent horses in every kind of style, size and shape you can imagine. The works range in price from around $300 to – well let’s just say much more for an original Hugh Sawrey or d’Arcy Doyle. The opening function is on Thursday 7th January at 6:30pm, and the show will continue throughout the month of January, every day except… Read more We’re off and racing with our Thoroughbred Art Show →
Your invitation to our Cocktail Party and Artists’ Reception Thursday 7th January 2016 6:30pm Ranging from photographic realism all the way to the abstract, including paintings, drawing and sculpture, Thoroughbred… Read more Coming Soon – Thoroughbred Art and Art Thoroughbreds →
Steve Hillier’s work ranges from the amusing and saucy to beautifully crafted depictions of animals and birds to moody and sensual work exploring complex philosophical themes, such as ‘Infinity, show… Read more Surprise your Home with the Gift of Original Art by Steve Hillier →
Charles Blackman (born 12 August 1928) is one of Australia’s best known painters, active from the 1950s onwards. He was a member of the Antipodeans, a group of Melbourne painters… Read more Value Art Find – Charles Blackman – Nude and Half Moon →
Hillier and Skuse Gallery supports Surfers Paradise Surf Life Saving through the Ray White Charity Auction
Hillier and Skuse Gallery is proud to be associated with Ray White Surfers Paradise Events. Ray White Surfers Paradise Group has teamed up with the V8 Supercars this year to… Read more Hillier and Skuse Gallery supports Surfers Paradise Surf Life Saving through the Ray White Charity Auction →
Chris Seale’s delightful exhibition of compelling, sensual landscapes is on show at Hillier Skuse Gallery until 30th October. Chris has a wonderful way of evoking the smell and feel, as well as the sight, of the Australian bush. She is also an expert at painting ocean waves with translucent light. See more of her works from the show here.
Graeme Stevenson is a Murwillumbah based visual artist and television producer who has lived and worked in many diverse, far-flung locations in pursuit of his art. Graeme’s background has been in painting the natural world, and wild creatures are his particular love. He has worked and successfully exhibited in locations including Africa, Indonesia, Japan, Europe, U.S.A., Mexico, and the Middle East. In 1988 he was commissioned to produce all of the paintings for the book The Atlas of Parrots, one of the largest editions of its size in the world.… Read more Graeme Stevenson →