New works by a long time favourite artist at Gallery 360.
Valerie Anderson is a well established printmaker, producing multi colour,collagraph original prints using both intaglio and relief techniques. Renowned for her fabulous Magpie works, this new range are in demand and are available at great prices, until sold out. There are only 30 and they are all original works. F
THE MAGIC OF MIRRORS
Trying to open up a space, bring more light into a room, or just wanting to introduce style without adding another artwork? Why not use a mirror.
Mirrors are a great way to introduce a unique sense of style without adding a context that isnt already in your room. Mirrors give the illusion of more space in a room and when positioned right can introduce light to the
Located near the home of AFL in Western Australia, Patersons Stadium, it is only natural we are one of the preferred specialist framers when it comes to presenting football jerseys.
Real, professional picture framers are hard to find - framers like us, with an expert understanding of appropriate presentation, conservation practice and the need for real works of art to stand out for themselves in a well considered and finely constructed setting.
Poor framing will devalue your artwork and in some cases, actively destroy it.
Over many years, we've kept up to date with scientific progress and advice in our industry. What was acceptable practice a few years ago may now be regarded as poor, or even bad practice.
This particularly applies to mountboards and fixing tapes - the most common materials which have direct contact with your artwork. Poor quality (usually cheaper) material will irreversibly damage your artwork.
Experience is knowing what
'Shifting Currents' by Narelle Pendlebury has arrived at the gallery today! Sized at a massive 1200 x 1800mm, its colour and presence could be just the thing to bring your blank wall to life. This artwork features a sparkling painted seascape overlayed on top of a nautical map depicting the West Australian coastline from Ledge Point to past Bunbury. Drop by the gallery in the coming days to view the stunning textural surface Narelle has created which gives the artwork another aspect of appeal.