AGAINST THE CURRENT OF TIME

DAVID MILLER | PAINTING

CHARLES MILLER | SCULPTURE

13 August — 18 September
MAIN GALLERY
Against the Current of Time brings together the modern landscape painting of Yarra Ranges artist David Miller and the sculptural forms of his late father, Charles Miller, 1920 – 1981. These complimentary selections of work reveal a shared interest in the solidity and stillness of enduring forms, and the extent to which they come to embody time’s unyielding flow. The central quadriptych depicting a sea wall near the entrance to the Gippsland Lakes expresses the meditative tenor of the broader tableau, in which human warmth is conveyed as much through detail and tone as it is through immersive states of thoughtful observation. Moreover, the mysterious dialogue between a father’s artwork and his son’s brings into focus a unique sharing of creativity that occurs within a process that hones our human faculties and puts them in the service of an elevated flow of consciousness: a flow that endures and permeates life, like time itself.
David Miller, Red Stones, oil on canvas, 72 x 102 cm
Charles Miller, Untitled, Last Work, 1980,  fibreglass, 90 x 55 x 55 cm

 COLOUR FIELD

KERRIE WARREN

3 August — 23 October
WINERY VIEWING GALLERY
Warren’s living moving environments, whether in gestural paintings, ceramics or sculptural installations, show signs of nature’s ongoing cyclic influences working in concert with the layered forces of the artist’s consciousness.  A labour of decades has enabled this rewarding synthesis that has left its trace throughout Warren’s evolving body of work.
 
Viewers are rewarded with a vision of sublime serenity united to the whirling limbs of a material world in motion, a marriage that opens up innumerable explorations.  Warren’s own reward also involves ongoing exploration into a reality conceived in a place where nature’s cycles and an ever-expanding consciousness can meet.  As Warren confided:
I often find myself literally walking through landscape – inside a painting.
Kerrie Warren, First Fall, 2021, acrylic on linen, 190 x 300 cm
 SELECTED WORKS

FAUSTAS SADAUSKAS | SCULPTURE

WINERY VIEWING GALLERY
Faustas Sadauskas has been engaged as a visual artist since the early nineteen eighties. He originated from a ceramics background to further evolve his oeuvre into contemporary sculpture in mastering plasticity of form through the use of locally sourced materials including timber and stone, in particular Australian marble.
Faustas Sadauskas, South Yarra Prosthetics, Buchan Marble, 64 x 28 cm

Gardens & Sculpture Terrace

The Michael McCoy designed gardens and Robert Conti designed terrace provide ideal sites for works by some of Australia’s most accomplished sculptors.  Currently on permanent display are works by Jane Bennetts, Ewen Coates, Maria Coyle, Martin George, Bill Ogilvie, Brian Paulusz, Michael Sibel and Fredrick White.

Gardens & Sculpture Terrace

BELINDA RODGERS | PAINTING
24 SEPTEMBER — 31 OCTOBER

 

NERINA LASCELLES | PAINTING
5 NOVEMBER — 9 JANUARY

 

MORANO | PAINTING
14 JANUARY — 21 FEBRUARY

Art Gallery Exhibition Proposal Form

Yering Station Art Gallery Exhibition 2022 Proposal Form
For more information please contact Curator and Exhibition Coordinator Dr Ewen Jarvis artgallery@yering.com
Artwork can be purchased on site or by phone through the Cellar Door 9730 0143
To view more artworks by emerging and established Australian artists please visit and support our friends in the Yarra Ranges:
Hearth Galleries for contemporary Australian Indigenous Art
YAVA Gallery & Arts Hub the home of Yarra Valley Arts
TarraWarra Museum of Art
Images at top and bottom of webpage feature artworks from Michel Canetti’s Femmes | Portraits and Nudes, 2019
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