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Artgaze Magazine ‘Rebirth’ Is Here!

October 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Artgaze team and myself are very pleased to announce that our first digital magazine issue is now available to download! You will also receive a print quality PDF should you wish to print it....

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Quilty Pleasure

July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

17 year-old Jessica Furlong of ‘Jessica Louise Design’ is a self-taught designer of earrings made from quilting fabrics....

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"Helping Hands" - Alan Valentine

Work in Progress – Jan Hynes & Alan Valentine

September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

We’ve all seen the crazy lengths building and public works organisations go to for safety these days. There has never been a time when work sites have been more littered with signage and high-visibility gear....

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There are ostensibly two times that art flourishes: at the height of a civilisation or after great periods of austerity. Travelling over Europe for the last year I became acutely aware of this. Wandering the...

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  Panic Button by Townsville artist Jak Henson is the closest in spirit to her earlier paintings of any of her recent sculptural works. This is perhaps because her installations You are Here [Strand Ephemera...

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Image courtesy of the artist & Umbrella Studio


May 23, 2013 | 1 Comments

Contemporary artists can critique society, and raise awareness about current issues in a way that no other medium can. The artists of Umbrella Studio exhibition Mesh are not contrary to this practice. Marion Gaemers, Lynnette...

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Savouring Art Slowly

April 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Everyone talks about how we’re living in a fast paced world now, and the art community is no exception. The internet with its microblogs, digital repositories, immersive galleries, apps on smart phones and even the...

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Photograph by Leigh Turner

Self – 366 Photos by Leigh Turner

March 8, 2013 | 1 Comments

Self is a project photographer Leigh Turner took on in 2012. At around 4:30pm each day for a year, Turner would snap a photo on her iPhone of whatever was happening at the time....

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Review by Alison Miles ‘I can’t believe you morons actually buy this shit.’ – Banksy. A bit of a misleading book title; what made you think you were going to meet the real Banksy, see...

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