Monthly Archives: October 2010

This latest body of work by painter Bernadette Curtin extends her interest in painterly observations of weather patterns and revels in the light that storms and twilight bring. Her small landscape studies are a delight to behold and transport the viewer into a tumultuous but ultimately invigorating and poetic connection with the elements. Forecast is on until the 6th of November at STILL@thecenter, Byron Bay.


I have been an admirer of Patrick Pounds work for many years and it’s wonderful to see that he has decided to show in Melbourne with Fehily Contemporary. This current show gives us the opportunity to riffle though some of Patrick’s photo files – what a treat – and also gives a great overview of his more recent work – grainy mobile phone black and whites is a highlight as is his collation of found photos collated into categories such as ‘people listening to music’ and ‘accidental photos’. The whole show is a delight and so is this new gallery space. Lisa Fehily has created a stylish, personal and intimate art space that makes one feel like they’ve ventured into a New York loft. Worth a visit!