The Finkelstein Files: Art Appreciation 101

Why does art matter?? For without perspective, life would be awfully dull!  It is our most expressive form of sharing. Art matters because it illustrates the human experience—the wonder of it, the bewilderment of it, the whimsy of it, and so much more. We would not be connected so deeply without the existence of art. The artsContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Art Appreciation 101”

The Finkelstein Files: Moody Blues

Above: Visitor from Singapore to the gallery with Thierry B. over the weekend. New Coral Series painting installed entitled, The Deep Blue, 2018, Synthetic Polymer Paint on Linen, 183 x 183cm, P.O.A How many Abstract painters can confidently say, their oeuvre encompasses twenty-seven (27) different styles available to his clientele?! So much of Thierry B’s art can beContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Moody Blues”

The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment!

Wondering how to maximise your tax return for your business and feel like you’ve come out somehow on top?! With Australia’s tax breaks available to businesses which turnover under $10 million annually, owning your own art collection has never been so simple. Michael Fox, a leading Melbourne tax accountant specialising in the arts explains, “TheContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment!”

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: Monochromatic Schematic

With art we travel. What leads us to search out meaning for the walls of our inner harbours and our exterior retreats? What combination of space, surface and colour lead us to a feeling of extended openness, of belonging to our surroundings, of expansion of space and the glimmer of inexplicable lightness. As we travelContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: Monochromatic Schematic”

The Finkelstein Files: The Winds of Change

I love it when the spring shifts ever so slightly into summery mode. If you are based in Melbourne, Australia – you may also have taken note & fished out your sandals last week when the mercury hit 31 degrees two days, back-to-back. Alas, as optimistic as even the most seasoned veteran of our blink-andContinue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Winds of Change”

The a Finkelstein Files: 13 Reasons Why Original Art In The Home Is As Important As A Bed

Above: Patricia Heaslip, Ether, Oil on Linen, 183 x 183cm, Private Residence, Malvern, Australia. 13 REASONS WHY ORIGINAL ART IN THE HOME IS AS IMPORTANT AS A BED Having original art in the home is vital to your well being. Art is a key piece of furniture for many reasons and yet it is sometimesContinue reading “The a Finkelstein Files: 13 Reasons Why Original Art In The Home Is As Important As A Bed”

Thierry B Fine Art: What Makes Contemporary Aboriginal Art?

What Makes Contemporary Aboriginal Art ? The contradiction of Aboriginal art is that it is both timeless and contemporary at the same time. This duality challenges the Western understanding of the progress of culture and ideas. Since Aboriginal culture is the oldest continuous living culture in the world , her artwork has existed for 40,000Continue reading “Thierry B Fine Art: What Makes Contemporary Aboriginal Art?”

The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment

  Richard Lewer Untitled #27 (Tax Time Again) (2016) Langridge pigmented ink on sandpaper, 28cm by 23cm Thierry B Fine Art showcases the Abstract paintings and sculpture from over a dozen Australian artists. Prices start from $4,950 upto $55,000. The gallery also includes a custom made frame for the painting, and complimentary delivery and installation.Continue reading “The Finkelstein Files: The Fine Art of Investment”