In brief: Gallery stable updates - Art Collector

Amy Joy Watson, Floating Sequence, 2013. Balsa wood, watercolour, gouache, polyester thread, fabric, lead sinkers and helium balloons, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist and Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects, Melbourne

10 July 2013 | There have been several announcements of new additions to gallery stables recently. Pictured above is a work by Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Project's newest represented artist Amy Joy Watson. Watson is a South Australian sculptor known for creating geometric balsa wood sculptures often floating from helium balloons. Watson has recently received an Australia Council grant for a residency in Tokyo, which she will commence in early 2014.

Kerry Ann Lee, Tsap Sui (left overs), 2008, detail. Handmade paper-cuts from found papers, various dimensions. Courtesy: the artist and Whitespace, Auckland

Whitespace in Auckland have welcomed Kerry Ann Lee. She has a background in graphic arts and creates work that playfully investigates the space between private moments and public locations through intricate handmade processes - an example is shown above.

David Ralph, Not All There (another digital daydream), 2013, detail. Oil on canvas, 154 x 137cm. Courtesy: the artist and Gallery 9, Sydney

Gallery 9 in Sydney have announced their representation of Melbourne-based artist David Ralph. He identifies as a contemporary painter who reflects on how built environments shape human experience. Ralph was recently awarded an Australia Council skills and development grant and his work is held in several key public collections including the National Gallery of Victoria.

Alexandra Djurichkovic

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