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If your wondering why I have been a bit quiet of late apart from the usual work stuff and an illness in the family I have also currently got a fractured arm from coming off the pushie. It is going to keep me out of action for the next 3-6 weeks. Not fun!

Anyway, In the mean time I have devised a way around the problem…

Thanks to Paul for the donated frame and mc escher for the image to collage on…hehe

Until I am back in action happy new year and keep safe.

enjoy!

NF

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Well last night was the launch of Boom Gallery in Newtown. The night was a huge success with over four hundred punters through the door. There was a bunch of cool art on offer, and lots of people I hadn’t seen in the longest time…which was really cool. And I managed to sell three paintings for the night. So a big success from my perspective, and a great new adition to the arts scene in Gtown.

If your in the area, drop in wed – fri or sat 10 – 4pm to have a look at the art, and enjoy a high end coffee from the gallery’s own coffee bar. (How cool is that!)  Boom Gallery – 11Rutland St, Newtown, Geelong.

Above: The picture above shows four of my paintings near their coffee bar.

Below: Two of my terrorist pictures framed up in gallery format.

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Here are a couple of little mashup images that I have been playing with over the last week. Must say it’s damn cold outside in the studio!

 

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I only had little to do with this piece, but a bunch of my images made it into a cool installation over at a new space in North Melbourne called Urban Plot Projects. The large wall collage was part of an exhibition for the Melbourne Fringe festival titled Archeologies of the Future, and to officially open the space. Others with work on the wall include Pheelix, Ha Ha, Phoenix the Street Artist, Breakdown Press…plus a bunch of others. If you get over there be sure also to check out the cool over sized paper cranes made from billposters by Ben Millar in the gallery section!

And below a bit of an overview shot of the work, plus Ha Ha hard at work on it.

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Here is a blast from the past.  A history lesson No Frills Art style.  This artwork was made in 1999 and inspired by Bill Posters and the urban decay on the walls of Melbourne city.

Post No Bills (4up) –  Mixed Media on Board. G.Smith, 1999.

Each of the four paintings are 60 x60 cms. (Total: 120 x 120 cms)

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A couple of darker artworks. Inspired by the build up of textures on the surfaces of walls in the city. Bill posters, graffiti, mould and pollution were the inspiration behind these ones.

Devil in the Details (Entropy) – Mixed Media on Canvas (30 x 30 cms)

Patient Zero (Entropy) – Mixed Media on Canvas (30 x 30 cms)

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