Saturday, 16 February 2019

'Sans Frontieres' at Warrnambool Art Gallery


Warrnambool Art Gallery is delighted to invite you to the opening of

Sans Frontières
A survey exhibition of prints, paintings, and drawings by Damon Kowarsky

Contained within the many structures that man has built across the
earth for habitation, ritual and gathering is an inherent power. In Sans
Frontières Damon Kowarsky presents a global perspective on the way
structures embody narratives of culture, power and agency.

Opening remarks by Dr Rebecca Coates, Director, Shepparton Art Museum

Exhibition launch Friday 1 March from 6 to 8pm


Exhibition continues until 5 May 2019
Artist's talk Saturday 2 March from 1 to 2pm
After hours curator guided tour  Friday 29 March 6 to 7pm (Members only)

Warrnambool Art Gallery
26 Liebig Street Warrnambool
Victoria 3280 Australia

03 5559 4949
gallery@warrnambool.vic.gov.au
www.thewag.com.au

Gallery hours Monday to Friday 10 to 5
Weekends and Public Holidays 10 to 3
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

Friday, 15 February 2019

Catalogue for 'Sans Frontieres'


The online catalogue for 'Sans Frontieres' is now available from the Warrnambool Art Gallery website.

Exhibition continues until 5 May, with the official opening on Friday 1 March and an artist's talk on Saturday 2 March. For more details click here.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

Megalo International Print Prize


Megalo Print Studio + Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening of the

Megalo International Print Prize

6pm Thursday 21 February

Exhibition Dates 16 February to 6 April 2019

Award announcements will be made on Friday 15 March.


Finalists include Kay Abude (Aus), Antonia Aitken (Aus), Surya Bajracharya (Aus), Marcin Bialis (Poland), Marilou Chagnaud (France), Kyle Chaput (USA), Erica Chung (Singapore), Mehdi Darvishi (Iran), Agata Derda (Canada), Olesya Dzhurayeva (Ukraine), Dianne Fogwell (Aus), David Frazer (Aus), Silvi Glattauer (Aus), Robert Hague (Aus), Rew Hanks (Aus), Nicola Hooper (Aus), Kyoko Imazu (Japan), Marketa Kemp (Aus), Theo Kontaxis (Greece), Damon Kowarsky (Aus), Natalia Kwiatkowska (Poland), David Nixon (Aus), Arata Nojima (Japan),  Glenda Orr (Aus), Jim Pavlidis (Aus), Sumi Perera (UK), Karol Pomykala (Poland), Belinda Reid (Aus), Luisa Romeo (Aus), Annika Romeyn (Aus), Qiaoyi Shi (China), Elmari Steyn (Aus), Anna Trojanowska (Poland), Jared Wickware (USA), Cleo Wilkinson (Aus), and Katy Woodroffe (Aus).

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

'Edition 2019' at Tacit Art Galleries


EDITIONS
13 to 24 February 2019

Tacit presents Editions 2019, an annual celebration of print and Victorian-based printmaking.

Over the last seven years Editions has become the go-to event for Victorian printmakers. The exhibition celebrates tradition while embracing contemporary innovations within the printed form. This exhibition provides a platform for artists from emerging to more established to explore print processes and approaches to image-making. It also provides the opportunity for artists to exhibit multiple works, providing audiences a greater understanding and insight of the print medium.

Editions juxtaposes traditional techniques alongside more innovative approaches. It  pushes the hand-constructed multiple in a digitally saturated world, celebrating the manual, the labour, the craft. Editions celebrates the artist and the art.

2019 featured artist is Lisa Sewards. Others artists include Helene Athanasiadis, Jessie Balletta, TJ Bateson, Nellie Brown, Peter Brown, Fleur Brett, Jennifer Buntine, Loris Button, Louise Donovan, Kasia Fabijanska, Silvi Glattauer, Jackie Gorring, Gina Grant, Sue Grossman, Robert Hague, Jodi Heffernan, Bridget Hillebrand, Alex Hotchin, Kate Hudson, Callum Jackson, Lana De Jager, Hyun Ju Kim, Damon Kowarsky, Chris Lawry, Jan Liesfield, Robyn Mackay, Malini Maunsell, Paula Mcloughlin, Robert Mihajlovski, Karen Neal , Laura Osborne, Amanda Page, James Pasakos, Gaye Paterson, Jim Pavlidis, Cat Poljski, Bronwyn Rees, John RYRIE, Gwen Scott, Beata Slifierz, Lisa Stebbing, Annemarie Szeleczky Stephen Tester, Susan Wald, Peter Ward, Andrew Weatherill, Michael Wedd, and Takur O Yoko O.

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

'IMPRESS' at No Vacancy Gallery


No Vacancy Gallery is pleased to invite you to

IMPRESS
A group exhibition celebrating printmakers

Opening Thursday 7 February from 6 to 8pm

Featuring works by Georgia Steele, Elizabeth Banfield, Jessie Balletta, Damon Kowarsky, Ruth Stanton, Cat Lawrance, Matthew Broughton, Emily Eliades, Liam Haley, Hyun Ju Kim, Alexis Winter, Joanna Kambourian, Mia Sabec, and many others.

Exhibition continues 6 to 17 February 2019

No Vacancy Gallery
34 to 40 Jane Bell Lane, Melbourne

RSVP here

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

'Laird, Kings and Queens' at Tacit Art Galleries



The Laird is proud to feature in Tacit Galleries Midsumma program ‘PINK’ with 'Laird Kings & Queens' – featuring select winners from the last 10 years of The Laird's 'Men on Men' art competition.

Artists Jimmy Twin, Andrew Li, Ross Spirou, Michael Elliot, and Damon Kowarsky cover a broad range of imagery through painting, digital illustration, photography and etching. Works explore the varied and often debated concept of masculinity from the fragile to the unapologetically bold.

With its 11 exhibition spaces, Tacit Galleries is a new and inspiring curated venue empowering artists in the heart of Collingwood's thriving art precinct.

Other artists featured in Tacit Galleries' Midsumma program PINK include: TJ Bateson, Dave Behrens, Ray Cook, Tim Craker, Ren Gregorcic, Aymen Kaake, Ben Mercer & Tom Pender, David Lee Pereira, Kim Leutwyler, Tony Longo, Nathan Milner, Tricia Page, Pansy Ass Ceramics, Julia Sant Mire, Rod Spark, Steve Sumpton and Aaron Walker.

23 January to 3 February 2019
Opening 630 to 8 Wednesday 23 January

Tacit Galleries
123a Gipps Street, Collingwood

Gallery hours 11 to 5 Wednesday to Sunday

Sunday, 23 December 2018

Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop and Artsy

https://www.artsy.net/artist/damon-kowarsky

Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop has partnered with Artsy to bring their artists to the world.

My work is now online via Artsy here