Carly le Cerf is a Western Australian artist whose encaustic artworks highlight the rural landscape of Australia. After visiting the Hunter Region of New South Wales earlier this year she immediately became compelled to portray the region with her artistic media. The Hunter is a…
Posted on October 3, 2019
Three huge parcels arrived today, sealed with fragile tape and covered in handle with care stickers. Which can only mean one thing… something exciting is coming to KAB gallery! It seems like only yesterday KAB Gallery was full of fresh new Australian contemporary talent for…
Posted on September 10, 2019
I’ve heard the old saying “baking is love made edible” and now I have truly seen it with my own eyes! This week KAB Gallery opened the annual Contempo at KAB exhibition with works by Australian artist Kirsten Jackson. It seems that one artwork in…
Posted on August 5, 2019
As Kelly-Anne Love stood next to the glowing eyes of Pearl, the masked owl, you could feel her intense passion and raw emotion in the room before she even said a word. Among a gallery full of friends and fans alike, Love spoke eloquently about…
Posted on July 28, 2019
Alison Percy has created yet another stunning piece that echoes the incredible connection the artist has with the Australian bush. Created through a contemporary lens, Horseshoe Lagoon, could be described in just one word… Serene.     Horseshoe Lagoon, featured in the current Art Edit Winter issue,…
Posted on July 10, 2019
Kerri Kerley’s incredible original paintings echo her connection and love for Australia. Kerley began her creative career in advertising as a designer, typographer and illustrator before becoming a full-time artist.A lifelong love of art, and a commitment to her drawing practice intuitively progressed into a love for…
Posted on July 1, 2019
   Acoustic Sounds, hits all the right notes.    Acoustic Sounds is full of life, colour and vibrancy. The original artwork by Andy Collis, almost sings off the board. Taking inspiration from one of the greats, Wassily Kandinsky, Collis has created a symphony of colour and movement…
Posted on June 9, 2019
Welcoming Australian artist, Velia Newman, to the walls of KAB Gallery   Velia Newman has considered herself  an artist as early as she can remember, some could easily imagine her born with a paint brush in her hand. Growing up in an artistic family in…
Posted on June 4, 2019
  A speech can last 3 minutes but an artwork can speak forever – and Kelly-Anne Love’s incredible Endangered Series speaks for those that are often left without a voice.  As an artist, as a mother & as a human-being Kelly-Anne Love has an “unquenchable desire”…
Posted on May 27, 2019
  The humble monopoly board, the classic penguin & famous album artworks are transformed under the careful stroke of Tankard. His iconic pop art style is full of rich colour that demand your attention as soon as you step into their stratosphere. Tankard’s most iconic…
Posted on May 19, 2019
  It’s not uncommon to have to do a double take when you first see Jo Waite’s work, full of such incredible detail her original paintings are easily mistaken as a photograph at first glance. But it seems the more you look at the familiar…
Posted on May 13, 2019
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