Petra Kleinherne | MAZE Paintings

This August, Chapman and Bailey is pleased to present Petra Kleinherne MAZE Paintings. Petra has returned to exhibit a new body of work in her second solo show at 350 Johnston St since her first exhibition Imagined Landscapes/ Lost Figures in 2013. Petra Kleinherne’s paintings occupy a liminal space between figuration and abstraction – where the things of the world transition into ...

Crossing Country: from Desert to Coast

Chapman and Bailey is pleased to present an exhibition of works from a number of celebrated Indigenous artists from the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia. From the desert Art Centres of Tjarlirli Arts, Papunya Tjupi, Kaltitji Arts, Warakurna Arts, Martumilli and Warlakurlangu  Artists to Maningrida Arts and Culture in the heart of Arnhem Land, Crossing Country: from Desert ...

Come and work with us… Experienced Wood Machinist Position

Chapman & Bailey a leading artist frame manufacturer are seeking an experienced wood machinist to work in our stretcher production workshop. Small friendly team. Inner city location. Please email CV and covering letter to [email protected] Share this Post

Basil Hall Editions visits Ninuku Arts in Kalka

In 2014 Basil Hall and his wife Pam spent a week working with the artists at Ninuku Arts in Kalka for the first time. Basil had worked with almost all of the APY Art Centres in the far north of South Australia over the last 20 years, but had never made it to collaborate with Ninuku painters. Here, senior artists ...

Ninuku Arts: Prints and Paper

Ninuku Arts is a wholly Indigenous owned and governed Art Centre which supports artists from two communities - Pipalyatjara and Kalka. Each have populations of around 100-150 Anangu and the majority are Pitjantjatjara speakers - Anangu simply means 'people' in Pitjantjatjara. Both communities are located in the far north- western corner of South Australia near the tri-state border of SA, ...