Posted: May 20th, 2012 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Art News, Kick Gallery, Love + Other Drugs!, Melbourne, REBLOG | Tags: Collingwood Arts Precinct, Domaine Chandon, Jacob Hoerner, Jewels Stevens, Kick Gallery, Ms Keryn Robinson | No Comments »
Better Late Than Never! Stumbled across this via Jacob Hoerner – proprietor and living scuplture at the above named gallery. Simply wasn’t able to resist. Ms Keryn Robinson, artist and blogger writes: Last week I went to the Collingwood Arts Precinct open night, a fun gallery crawl where you can visit several Collingwood galleries within walking distance of each other.
My favourite was Kick Gallery, which was showing beautiful abstract colourful paintings by Jewels Stevens.
But the best part was, Kick was serving Domaine Chandon. Now in my intensive research of the Melbourne art scene over the past 2 and a half years, Chandon is the best quality wine I have experienced, so of course I had to make the most of free Chandon :: Read Ms Robinson’s full article »»»»
Posted: May 22nd, 2011 | Author: Verity Penfold | Filed under: ART, Art News, Artist, Ben Elisha, Gallery Opening, Kick Gallery, Melbourne, Painter | Tags: Art Gallery, Ben Elisha, exhibition, Gallery Opening, Jacob Hoerner, Kick, Melbourne, Norman Rosenblatt, Suited Men and Patchwork Women | Comments Off
The weekend opening of Ben Elisha’s Exhibition – Suited Men and Patchwork Women – at Kick Gallery, Collingwood was a warm and wondrous gathering. Elisha’s works are exquisite, beautifully crafted, almost mesmerizing. Suited Men was described by one viewer as – almost Madmen like, referring to the opening sequence of the popular television show – the works certainly hold a gaze. Elisha’s Patchwork Women are masterfully crafted, Elisha’s eye for detail is – hopefully – insightful, his armored patchwork lends his models a resilience that might only come from a mind filled with admiration for the females in it’s eye. The opening speech by Norman Rosenblatt was heartfelt, moving. With the room filled and glasses charged the Opening was a wonderfilled way to spend a weekend afternoon, Kick once again has filled it’s space with exciting works from a passionate artist. Read the full article »»»»