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We've pressed the pause button to help keep everyone safe // Open by appointment
Tony Windberg, Lookout - Tookalup, 2019, earth pigments, pencil, conte crayon, oil on panel, 82 x 204cm


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Jennifer Cochrane and Joanna Lamb 2020 (artwork: Joanna Lamb, Petrol Station, 2020, acrylic on Superfine polyester, 122 x 152cm)

Seesaw review - Tilted Realities

Jennifer Cochrane and Joanna Lamb // a thoughtful curatorial pairing
Joanna Lamb, Airport, 2019, acrylic on board, 46 x 61cm

Joanna Lamb // Things Past

View by appointment // Perth
Jennifer Cochrane, Impossible Shadow #30 (Red-Orange-Yellow-Blue-Green)) 2019, installation view

Jennifer Cochrane // From the Shadows

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Helen Smith, Upcycle 4, 2019, oil on found packaging, 12.5x40.5x4cm.jpg

Helen Smith // A False Baroque

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Brad Rimmer, Crows Nest #11, Booralaming, Autumn, 2017, archival inkjet print, 100 x 134cm, ed. 3. Parliament House, Canberra

Brad Rimmer's Crows Nest in Canberra

Work acquired by Parliament House Art Collection
Merrick Belyea, View to Woodman Point, 2019, oil on board, 122 x 183cm


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