David studied graphic art at the National Art School, East Sydney, 1951-54. In 1959 he established his own graphic design studio in Sydney, employing six artists and acquiring many top clients, including Parke-Davis, Mirror Newspapers, Lido Ties and Marbletone. In 1965 he was requested by Avon Products head office USA to design their first Australian-produced sales promotion material. He also supervised the photography and print quality of all their literature, operating his studio for a further six years, after which time he elected to make a career change. Read more
Robyn Jackson is exhibiting her works again at Gallery 126 due to popular demand. She explains that she’s most looking forward to hearing how her audience interprets her work.
Carl Merten’s latest exhibition, Iron and Clay, opens on 15 June, 5pm to 7 pm. The exhibition showcases recent sculptures focusing on the disparate qualities of these two materials and expresses Carl’s ongoing explorations of figurative and abstract forms. Read more
New Works by Stuart Boggs is the next exhibition to open at Gallery 126, on Friday 2 March. We asked Stuart about his work, influences on his art and the exhibition.
We talk to local artist Isabelle Devos, who is about to open her exhibition, From There to Here, at Gallery 126 (25 Nov until 23 Dec).
What inspired your interest in art? Being creative is the essence of who I am. I’ve had the urge to create, to make ‘things’, for as long as I can remember. As a child, creativity was always encouraged by my parents.