The Finkelstein Files: The Art of the Sell

Abstract Expressionist painter, Thierry B, in his Huntingdale studio, Summer 2018. Thierry B, Everlast, 2018, Synthetic Polymer Paint on Linen, 122 x 91.5cm, P.O.A Thierry B, Embers Alight, 2018, Synthetic Polymer Paint on Linen, 122 x 91.5cm, P.O.A Welcome to 2018 – the year of expansion always, in all ways! If 2017, was all about completingContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Art of the Sell”

The Finkelstein Files: A Few of My Favourite Things!!!

In the last post for the year, 2017 has been a rollercoaster ride for many. I for one, am looking forward to a complete summer break with my favourite little peeps, my twin 8 year old’s.  It’s all about having fun and being in the moment, taking our time, and few plans except soaking up theContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: A Few of My Favourite Things!!!”

The Finkelstein Files: Thresholds of Perception

Melbournian artist Camille Hannah wants to challenge you. She wants to make you wonder about the contrasts between painting, photography and sculpture, and blur the lines between tradition and modernity. Hannah works on perspex, painting luscious strokes of oils onto the back of convex domed circles, using handmade brushes – a skill she picked upContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Thresholds of Perception”

The Finkelstein Files: Where The Infinite Dwells

When you have this dapper man greeting you at the door for a preview for national exhibition about to unfurl, you just know you are in for a ride of a night! Mo, is painter Kate Elsey’s partner in the truest sense of the word. Accompanying Elsey on most of her artiness trips made forContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Where The Infinite Dwells”

The Finkelstein Files: Kinda Blue

Antipodean arty followers may well be aware and acknowledge it was recently Mental Health Week in Australia. As an advocate of everything visual, art as a form of expression may be felt on so many levels. Either as an artisan, admirer or art collector, if the works moves you, it has done its job. AnContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Kinda Blue”