04.07.15

PHOTOS FROM THE OPENING RECEPTION AT AGORA GALLERY OUT FROM DOWN UNDER & BEYOND EXHIBITION 2015

posted by Megan Harmer

A great evening was had at Agora Gallerys opening reception on May 21 2015. The mix of talented artists and artwork from Australia and beyond was amazing. To all the guests who greeted me, thank you for your support - great to meet you! There was such a good vibe in the gallery, it truly was a dream come true!

Megan with guest at the Out From Down Under Exhibition Opening Reception

04.07.15

PHOTOS FROM THE OPENING RECEPTION AT AGORA GALLERY

posted by Megan Harmer

A great evening was had at Agora Gallerys opening reception on May 21st. The mix of talented artists and artwork from Australia and beyond was amazing. To all the guests who greeted me, thank you for your support - great to meet you! There was such a good vibe in the gallery, it truly was a dream come true!

Megan with guest at the Out From Down Under Exhibition Opening Reception Thursday May 19 2015

04.07.15

MEGAN HARMER ARTIST VIDEO NEW YORK CITY

posted by Megan Harmer

Take a peek at my artist video describing my artistic process and experience in New York City, showing my works at Agora Gallery as part of the Out From Down Under & Beyond Exhibition - Fine Art from Australia & NZ. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VzAmDPwDog

Megan Harmer at Agora Gallery Out From Down Under & Beyond Exhibition

01.07.15

LAUNCH

posted by Christina Uebelein

My sculptures are two- and three-dimensional cartoons. Like other caricatures, they use humor, exaggeration, and distortion to comment on contemporary events or parody social situations. I simultaneously use literal meaning and parody. Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Rod Sterling’s Twilight Zone, and Mad Magazine inform my use of distorted scale and perspective. Like the captions to a New Yorker cartoon, I often give the assemblages a punning or satirical title. And, like cartoonists and other fabulists, my visual metaphors move between familiar natural or manufactured objects toward ‘an alternative universe of imaginative and analogical connections.’ The sculptures, including a new series of light sculptures, combine found objects, recycled materials, vintage toys, and construction site cast-offs.

Light Sculpture No. 10, Le Ballon

01.07.15

ME AND KASPER

posted by rose ritson trenwith

I love my horse, this is a painting I done recently full of love for my horse.

Me and Kasper

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