Susan’s work has been receiving a great reception at the Razorback Gallery, Montville. Razorback Gallery is run by Wayne and Tracey Malkin, who also own the long established Montville Art Gallery across the road. Razorback is the contemporary artspace. Susan was feature artist in the gallery in June and has been generating quite a bit of interest and sales. These are the works currently on show at the gallery, or recently sold.
In getting ready for our show at the Gold Coast Home and Lifestyle Expo this weekend we have been thinking about the reasons why it’s a good idea to have… Read more Fourteen good reasons to buy original art →
Spring is here and what a good opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of our beautiful beaches and seaside. Here is a selection of works from some of our talented local… Read more A beach-themed selection to welcome Spring →
Hillier and Skuse Gallery Directors, Steve and Susan, have chosen twelve of their top picks among local Gold Coast artists to bring you a wide ranging selection of art to… Read more Gallery Directors’ Mixed Dozen – until 31-10-16 →
NOW OPEN FIFTY ARTISTS OVER 500 WORKS PAINTINGS, DRAWING, SCULPTURE June 1 to July 15 2016 For six weeks from 1st June, Hillier and Skuse Gallery will be hosting an… Read more Art Fair and Studio Clearance Sale →
Among the Gold Coast artists recognised by the Royal Queensland Art Society at their annual Big Art Awards recently artists working with Hillier Skuse Gallery featured prominently – including… Read more Hillier and Skuse artists recognised at Royal Queensland Art Society annual Big Art Awards →
1st to 30th April 2016 – Guest curators Eva Breckon and Jesse Breckon – artwork by Eva Breckon, Jesse Breckon and Kyan Rain De Vere. Official opening and Artists’ Reception… Read more Until 30th April – Cinefiend – a tribute to Movie Poster Art →
Contragulations to Otto Schmidinger for his inclusion as a finalist in the prestigious Glover Prize, an acquisitive Tasmanian landscape prize with some very impressive prize money. There are so many fabulous landscape artists working in Tasmania that it’s not easy for a big-islander to get into the finals, but I’m sure you will all agree that Otto’s work here is absolutely stunning and well deserves it’s place. Go Otto! We have our fingers crossed for you.