Art Journal

Exhibition: Breeze by Sally West Where: KAB Gallery Sydney, 977 Pacific Hwy Pymble NSW 2073 When: Opens Saturday 20th November through to Sunday 12th December (Unless sold out Prior). Contact: 1300 78 7773 or email [email protected]   Will also be online for our interstate and international collectors at KABGallery.com     A special collector series…
Posted on November 20, 2021
Pete Rush is an Australian artist famed for his site-specific sculptures. Working with naturally sourced local materials, Pete Rush creates larger than life sculptures which reflect their location and comment on broader topics such as mental health, history, environmental wellbeing and community themes. His first site-specific…
Posted on November 18, 2021
Your garden isn’t the only place where pretty Spring blooms should thrive this season. If you’re like me and are well and truly ready to exit winter to the scene for Spring, these floral artworks will have your home feeling warm, welcoming and joyful all…
Posted on September 7, 2021
A collection of new works have arrived at our Pymble art gallery in time for the Spring catalogue. These works vary in style, media, and subject, but green is definitely a common link. Whether it’s a green accent in the background, lime highlights making a piece pop or…
Posted on September 4, 2021
A fresh new series of traditionally sized 9×5 inch en plein air works by Sally West have arrived at KAB Gallery. Inspiration has been drawn from the history and experiences of some of Australia’s best landscape artists. The paintings are full of light, beautiful texture and…
Posted on August 12, 2021
Owning original artworks has become more accessible and affordable in recent years, and it’s no longer just reserved for gallery owners and specialist collectors. More people are starting their own art collection on a budget and creating their own personal art collections at home as a…
Posted on August 8, 2021
Pop-art is a movement that emerged in the mid-20th century, artists were inspired by and incorporated commonplace objects such as comic strips, soup cans, newspapers, celebrities and more into their art. The theory behind the movement was based on the idea that art can and…
Posted on June 14, 2021
Balancing the Grind with Kerry-Anne Blanket, Director & Curator at KAB Gallery. Balance the Grind is a work-life balance publication built on conversations, ideas and community. They’re on a mission to showcase healthy work-life balance through interesting stories from people all over the world, in…
Posted on June 4, 2021
Our annual Contempo Exhibition at KAB Gallery brings forth some of the countries best emerging artists you must keep your eye on. Hand-selected by gallery director Kerry-Anne Blanket, these artists are ones to watch and will surely be bringing something vibrant and exciting to the…
Posted on May 11, 2021
A stunning new arrival to KAB Gallery Sydney, “The Shortcut” by Sally West has quickly attracted the attention of many viewers that enter the gallery. Excited to welcome to piece to our walls, we have been loving the positive reception the work has gathered, as…
Posted on March 27, 2021
  Whether it is turning up to court under the filter of a cat or changing your Zoom background to Danny DeVito, we have undoubtedly seen some interesting and at times hilarious technological mishaps, as much of our lives moves into the virtual sphere.  Suddenly,…
Posted on March 15, 2021
Finding inspiration from the surrounds of her home in the Hawkesbury – Mellissa Read-Devine is constantly becoming inspired by nature. The bush, sandstone, cliffs and river that are just a step away from her back yard provide a beautiful palette which she is able to translate onto…
Posted on March 15, 2021
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