Summer Exhibition 2016 - Sydney Reflections

Sydney Reflections

Are launching their new contemporary art exhibition, ‘Sydney Reflections’ featuring new paintings by Mark Hanham ; Alex Lavroff and Allen Byrnes of iconic Sydney locations.

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The art aficionados and the art novice can discover fine paintings and great sculpture as they walk through the Ultimate Art Gallery’s current Exhibition; one too is welcome to access complimentary art tours at:

You will find us located on the 3rd floor, please come and be guided by an in-house curator’s art tour or a private art appreciation walk, both take you on a visually meandering journey through our gallery that exhibits on all three mezzanine
levels, amongst the luxurious ambient of Sydney’s Four Seasons Hotel, destination The Rocks.

This important investment art exhibition has been curated by Gallery Director Tim Neaverson and is made up of some remarkable paintings and sculpture. The show is titled Sydney Reflections and runs from May to June 2016.

We offer to the corporate and private collector, art as an alternative investment curators consultation services on creating art collections, purchasing art, tax offsets and/or corporate art leasing. We are art experts who offer bespoke art services including limited edition fine art prints.

This month our artists presented are award winning painters, Mark Hanham and Alex Lavroff plus highly collected artists Jane Bennett, Nada Herman, Allen Byrnes and Chris Pekel.

The aboriginal artist house the best, Clifford Possum, Emily Kngwarreye, Johnny W.Tjupurrula, Turkey Tolson and LJ Phillipusus
Tjakamarra to name a few. Find sculpture by brilliant local sculptors, Garner, Jenny Green and Sallie Portnoy.

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The Australian - 15th Sep 2015

Utopia Community

By the time indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye had died in 1996, the octogenarian had created more than 3000 paintings in a relatively short eight-year career. Her enduring presence was demonstrated when, almost a decade after her death, her work Earth’s Creation broke two world records at a Sydney auction, selling for just more than $1 million to become the highest selling indigenous work in the world, as well the highest selling Australian artwork by a woman. The series was created in 1994 at her home of Utopia, a settlement northeast of Alice Springs. New indigenous gallery Ultimate Art will display Kngwarreye’s Wild Flower Dreaming, painted in the same workshop and in a similar style to Earth’s Creation The exhibition also will survey artists who hail from the same area, including Minnie Pwerle and Gloria Petyarre.

Ultimate Art Gallery. The Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney. Tues-Fri, 9.30am-6pm; Sat, 9.30am-4.00pm; Sun, 1pm- 4.30pm. Inquiries online.
Until November.



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