Artists

Robert Hague – Australian Sculptor

Robert Hague – Australian Sculptor

    Title: Robert Hague – Uncertain Ciphers Duration: 14:28 Year: 2014 Director/DOP: Peter M Lamont Music: Peter M Lamont Description: Interview with Australian Sculptor & Printmaker Robert Hague. Uncertain Ciphers Robert Hague is a sculptor who brings an impecable skill set to a contemporary sensibility. His Trojan series, in which hammers are recast as […]

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Geoffrey Ricardo – Spirits of Time & Place (Preview)

Geoffrey Ricardo – Spirits of Time & Place (Preview)

  Title: Geoffrey Ricardo – Spirits of Time & Place Duration: 5:02 Year: 2017 Director/DOP: Peter M Lamont Music: Moby & Peter M Lamont Description: Preview of the longer documentary film about the creation of Geoffrey Ricardo’s 8-piece sculpture installation along the Kororoit Creek in Altona, Victoria. THE TOYOTA WAY PROJECT Lower Kororoit Creek has […]

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Geoffrey Ricardo – Spirits of Time & Place (Full)

Geoffrey Ricardo – Spirits of Time & Place (Full)

    Title: Geoffrey Ricardo – Spirits of Time & Place Duration: 22:00 Year: 2017 Director/DOP: Peter M Lamont Music: Moby & Peter M Lamont Description: Documentary film about the creation of Geoffrey Ricardo’s 8-piece sculpture installation along the Kororoit Creek in Altona, Victoria. THE TOYOTA WAY PROJECT Lower Kororoit Creek has been a focus […]

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Deborah Williams

Deborah Williams

I had to laugh – “Penthouse Pets” and “Hint of a Dog”. Reminds me of a film I did of Deborah where Deb talked – and was talked over by an errant … dog – about interspecies relationships. I expect “On the wings of a Dog” to be an upcoming title and although Dogs don’t […]

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James Powditch

James Powditch

STUDIO EPHEMERA: We visited James’ studio in 2011; an unremarkable warehouse frontage  in an equally unremarkable semi-industrial Northern (as I remember) suburb of Sydney. The contents were anything but unremarkable; a modern Bessa-Brick boys cave of tools, timber offcuts, demolition detritus and op-shop castoffs – walls hung with massive assemblage pieces that reminded me of […]

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Dean Bowen

Dean Bowen

It is said (mostly by artists) that the Naive style is enjoying a resurgence. With this current endowment of ‘naivety’ comes a stern eye for seemingly lack of skill; as Graham Fransella puts it “skill the eye, skill the hand”. As one is embraced, another slips away. While Dean’s expression certainly embodies the style, there’s […]

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Lewis Miller

Lewis Miller

I spent more time looking out Australian contemporary painter Lewis Miller’s studio window than looking in and I wonder often how painters avoid this. I’ve probably spent more hours in this place than all others; it’s not large but I’m always finding something new. “Oh, there’s a photo of Lewis with David Hockney … and […]

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Julian Twigg

Julian Twigg

Probably the most wonderful artists’ studio must be that of Julian Twigg, situated at the end of a long private pier annexed to his ancestral holiday-house ‘Netley’ at Melbourne’s seaside village of Sorrento. Netley was the home of Australia’s first master builder Clements Langford, best known for such Melbourne architectural icons as St. Paul’s Cathedral, […]

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Bruce Latimer

Bruce Latimer

    Bruce explained once his fascination with ‘the silly things we do”, referring to man and his (our) relentless rape and pillage of our the environment. For sure there is humour in the depiction of way we blunder though our self-destruction but in Bruce’s words “It must be beautiful” and indeed the work is […]

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Alexi Keywan

Alexi Keywan

I don’t know where Alexi’s studio is but I caught up with her at Stuart Purves’ Australian Galleries’ Glenmore Road property while she unpacked for a show. I love Alexi’s work and have a few pieces of my own. We interviewed Alexi from the rear balcony at Stuart’s which provides this amazing vista of inner-city […]

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