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
  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
KAB Gallery proudly represents Gillie and Marc in our collection and are so excited to see their work featured in Sculpture by the Sea exhibition for 2016. It is estimated to bring in a whooping two million visitors and therefore, the perfect platform to launch…
Posted on November 17, 2016
KAB Gallery proudly represents James Willebrant. I was reading a recent article by Lee Suckling about James Willebrant’s life, career and influences on Willebrant’s art works. I was so engaged learning about his colourful life spent living in Shanghai during the 1950’s to then his…
Posted on May 29, 2016
Here at KAB Gallery, we love to show a range of established artists, collectable art, local artists and affordable gift art! Arriving this week is the very exciting Norman Lindsay fine art reproductions of his original The Magic Pudding Characters! Norman Lindsay’s best known children’s…
Posted on September 27, 2015
Kasey Sealy is a well renowned oil painter from NSW and has spent most of his career capturing landscapes with oil on canvas as his main medium.  But, with great delight KAB Gallery is proud to display his new watercolour series which he dabbled en…
Posted on September 13, 2015
KAB Gallery is proudly working with independent jewellery designer Sally Jarmaine. We are now stocking the gorgeous and popular BOXY designs in various new colours and styles. All BOXY pieces are handcrafted locally in Sally’s Terrigal studio.    BOXY originated as a result of a love of…
Posted on July 11, 2015
Were you at Terrigal Beach yesterday? If you were, you may have seen the KAB gallery team out and about taking photographs with some Gillie & Marc sculptures. It was perfect conditions to snap some interesting photographs of these unique and contemporary artworks.    From…
Posted on January 18, 2015
What started out as a social experiment of bringing art to the public, quickly turned into a case of “where’s Wally?’ as sculptures went missing from the streets of Sydney. The idea of the instillation artworks was to see if the people of Sydney truly…
Posted on December 30, 2014
A limited edition book has been lovingly produced to complement Greg Jarmaine’s 35th Solo Exhibition, and pay tribute to Greg’s work. The book illustrates 30 of the artworks from the exhibition, plus includes information on Greg’s life, his creative inspiration, and some special behind-the-scenes photos of Greg…
Posted on August 20, 2014