Artworks

Sir Anthony Mason Chambers are home to a diverse collection of artwork by Australian and international artists. All pieces are available for sale; contact us to arrange a viewing.

ARTISTS
  • Sarah Wyatt
  • Nanami Cowdroy
  • Jill Dunkerton
  • Linton Meagher
  • Min-Woo Bang

Sarah Wyatt

Born in Sydney, lives & works in Sydney, Australia

Nanami Cowdroy

Born in Sydney, Nanami Cowdroy has close bonds to her mixed Japanese-European heritage. Growing up with such contrasting cultures and surroundings has greatly influenced her style of art and the way she expresses her creativity.

Jill Dunkerton

Jill Dunkerton, who has sold out exhibitions in both London and Sydney, has done most of the work displayed here from a rustic studio in the Capertee Valley near Rylstone in NSW, inspired by the spectacular landscape in this awe-inspiring place.

Linton Meagher

Born in 1975 in Sydney, Linton Meagher studied art at the Julian Ashton School and at the University of Sydney, completing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Fine Arts.

Meagher’s work explores the ways that various disparate, mass-produced objects can be taken out of their usual context and presented in a way that challenges the viewer to question their wider meaning in society.

Min-Woo Bang

Born in Seoul, South Korea, Korean- Australian landscape painter Min-Woo Bang attended  Sun-Hwa Art High School in Seoul before immigrating to Sydney, studying at  National Art School and then the Sydney College of the Arts where he graduated with Honours and Master degrees.

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Sarah makes artwork in a variety of media. She believes that there is aesthetic beauty in the distilled image. Her work explores the essential meaning of images, complex ideas and her perceived world.

More information:

2014 Masters of Art (Painting), University of NSW, Art and Design

2005 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws, University of Sydney

 

Awards/ Prizes

2015 Finalist in the Mosman Art Prize
2014 Finalist Jenny Birt Award

 

Exhibitions

2015 Sir Anthony Mason Chambers

2014 University of NSW, Art and Design Annual Exhibition

2014 University of NSW, Art and Design Masters Painting Graduates Exhibition

2014 University of NSW, Art and Design Fowler’s Gap Exhibition

2013 University of NSW, Art and Design Fowler’s Gap Exhibition

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By intertwining complex characters and highly detailed objects, her pieces reflect a juxtaposition between foreign and familiar entities and environments. Her imagination is illustrated through works which are both elaborate and exotic. She is drawn to subjects, which may on the surface seem delicate or fragile, but are given strength and depth through her pen and ink techniques, intricate hand illustrative style and mixed media compositions.

Her signature detailed style reflects a refined monochrome palette with her name ‘Nanami’ (meaning ‘Seven Seas’ in Japanese) stamped in red. Fluid line-work and watery creatures are some of her favourite subjects and distinctive forms which feature in her artworks.

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“The landscape of the Capertee Valley has been ravaged by time but despite constant changes it appears timeless, which gives it a real sense of spirit of place,” Dunkerton says. “I am continually exploring the use of landscape imagery as a metaphor for the feelings of space, of stillness and of silence which may lead the viewer through unconscious association to another time and place.”

Dunkerton’s paintings are not literal but attempt to capture a moment in time and the lifetime of memories that linger afterwards. As a way of capturing the valley’s grandeur, she has used devices, such as architectural frames or barriers, in her work to focus and personalise the view.

Dunkerton’s own personal journey is reflected poignantly through her landscape paintings over the years. “The light falling on different parts of the Capertee Valley and escarpment changes the views dramatically but despite this a stillness remains that is both reassuring and life-affirming,” she says. “I have drawn both a sense of solace and peace from the majesty of the landscape and the way it can reflect your own emotional state.”

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Meagher’s semi-sculptural works use resin to cast objects in clear Perspex, thereby creating the effect of objects floating in space. By casting mass-produced items in resin, his work continues the exploration of consumerism, beauty, death and the impermanence of time. Meagher’s earlier exhibitions have included works made from thousands of lipsticks and still-ticking waterproof watches cast in resin. Repellent objects, such as bullet casings or surgical scalpels, become objects of beauty when displayed en masse. Imitation lipsticks cast in resin prompt the viewer to contemplate our ideas of beauty in an age of consumerism.

Meagher’s work is represented by Maunsell Wickes at Barry Stern Galleries in Sydney, The Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong, and COMODAA Gallery in London. He has had multiple solo and group exhibitions in Sydney, London and Hong Kong over the past decade. He has also exhibited in the Hong Kong Art Fair, the Singapore Art Fair and Sculpture by the Sea. In addition to numerous private collections, corporate collections and commissions include St Vincent’s Public Hospital and Blackmores in Sydney.

More information:

Curriculum vitae (PDF)

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Reflecting finely tuned technical skills as well as an in-depth cerebral exploration, Min-Woo’s hauntingly beatific compositions are reminiscent of both Eastern and Western painterly aesthetics. Utilising a delicately balanced palette, the artist poetically renders the surface of his canvas to much critical acclaim.

Min-Woo Bang’s surfaces, lustrously built up in oils, are both dramatic and subtle in their effect. Sometimes an under-structure reveals itself behind a small crack or running drip; these deliberate flaws and uneven textures are reminders of the artist’s ongoing interests in the processes of time, the fragility of memory and nature’s disintegration.

The physical elements and forces of nature are interdependent in these atmospheric landscapes and the experience of nature’s decay and transformation is balanced by a deep, physical connection to place.

Min-Woo Bang has been a finalist in numerous national art awards and prizes, most recently the prestigious King’s School Art Prize (2013), Tattersall Landscape Art Prize (2014) and Wynne Prize for Landscape (AGNSW) 2010.

 

Available works

Available works

Ampol Ground (2014)

Photographic print on rag paper

Earth Drill (2014)

Photographic print on rag paper

Wire on Bough (2014)

Photographic print on rag paper

Zebra (2014)

Photographic print on rag paper

Wire on Rock (2014)

Photographic print on rag paper

Blow Fish

Available works

Available works

Geisha Yume

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$650

Overflow

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$580

Ink Pond

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$650

Flower Shower

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$625

A Curious Embrace

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$600

Royal Flush

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$600

Blow Fish

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$800

Suspended Animation No. 1

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$550

Suspended Animation No. 2

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$550

Exquisite Femme

Optimum fine-art giclee print
French cold press textured fine-art paper
Archival quality
Limited edition, hand signed and numbered

$580

Woman Sunbathing at Nielsen Park, 2013

Available works

Available works

Cherries, 2012

Imitation lipsticks in resin on perspex
95 x 80cm

Foxy, 2014

Oil on empty bullet casings in resin on perspex
65 x 47cm

Woman sunbathing at Nielsen Park, 2013

Oil on surgical scalpel blades in resin on perspex
100 x 64cm

New World, 2007

Available works

Available works

New World, 2007

Acrylic on canvas
$10,000

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