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Traffic Jam Galleries Presents Works by Sally West and Philip Stallard

Inset pic- Phillip Stallard 'Taronga Sandstone Myth'. Featured pic- Sally West 'View to Angel Restaurant'
Inset pic- Phillip Stallard ‘Taronga Sandstone Myth’. Featured pic- Sally West ‘View to Angel Restaurant’

The current exciting exhibition at the Traffic Jam Galleries displays works by Philip Stallard and Sally West .

Sally West was born in West Wyalong NSW and has held many solo exhibitions . West is predominantly a ‘plein air’ painter. Her work uses very, very thick impassioned and vivid swirls of paint and her subjects range from explosive still lives of flowers, saucers and teapots to choppy paintings of ferry rides and beach scenes where you can feel the water and wind. Continue reading Traffic Jam Galleries Presents Works by Sally West and Philip Stallard

John Giese and Dean Vella @ The Traffic Jam Galleries

Dean-Vella-ExplosionOfFlower
Inset pic- Dean Vella- ‘Explosion of Flower’ Featured Pic- John Giese ‘Effortless’

Contrasting yet complimentary this is a (relatively) small but exciting exhibition currently showing at the Traffic Jam Galleries.

Giese, an artist from the northern rivers, in this exhibition concentrates on animals as his subject. Using mixed media on polycotton the canvases range from medium to large in size.

A couple are hung facing outwards in the windows to be visible from the street. They are vibrant and colourful .One might perhaps think they are painted in watercolours .There is a dynamic, bold use of line, shape and colour to depict the expressions of various animals. Continue reading John Giese and Dean Vella @ The Traffic Jam Galleries