News

 5 Oct 2017 Chris was awarded overall RUNNER UP @ ANL Maritime Art Awards, Judges: Julie Collins, Sculptor; Graeme H Williams CIMAM; Ashley Lumb, curator and art historian; David Milne, Painter.

 

Chris has joined bluethumb on line gallery. To purchase, check out my portfolio page @ https://bluethumb.com.au/chris-rowe/Artwork.

On 27 Oct renowned artist, Victor Rubin announced the 2016 Daylesford Art Prizes in 4 categories of Oil/Acrylic, Watercolour, Pastel and- Chris as WINNER of the Drawing Prize.

 

DMROS 2016 will now begin April 28 2017 with the Group Show and Campaign Launch in Kyneton.

2017 Diary Dates     Week1 Sat 29, Sun 30 April

                                    Week 2 Sat 6, Sun 7 May

                                    Week 3 Sat 13, Sun 14 May

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June 2016- Sadly this month I had to pull out of Little Sister Gallery in Malmsbury; currently I still have a few works in Hamilton @ Elizabeth Arthur Fine Art Gallery, 33 Carmichael St and next up DMROS open studios.

 

2016 kicks off with my solo exhibition CONNECTIONS IN UNKNOWN SPACES in Hamilton, to be opened by Sarah Schmidt, Director Hamilton Art Gallery. 

 

2015 17 Oct Kirsten Paisley Deputy Director, NGV announces WINNER of Dunkeld 2015 Lost In Sculpture Award Indoor section to Chris Rowe's Life Series Vignettes 2015 "FAMILY"

 

DMROS 2015 is on again, check us out @ www.dmropenstudios.com.au

 

Daylesford Macedon Ranges Open Studios

Preview works DMROS Group Exhibition St Paul's Church Hall, 26 Yaldwyn St, Kyneton &  OPEN STUDIOS

31 OCT-1,7-8,14-15 NOVEMBER 2015 10AM -5PM

 

 

2015 21- 30 August FINALIST Flanagan Art Prize, St Patrick's College Ballarat.

 

2015 COMMISSION

Artwork POIGNANT PARTING 2015

Mixed Media on Canvas H102 x W76 cm

 

Leaving For The Front -Artists Respond-

Backspace Gallery Ballarat, Huygue House, Alfred Deakin Place @ Camp St & Police Lane

23 April - 10 May 2015 Thursday - Sunday 12-4 pm

 

11 artists working in a range of media have responded to, reflected, commented about and deconstructed Dora Meeson’s painting which features in Australia at War 1914- 1945.

The commissioned works explore the human story depicted by Meeson, projecting the internal world of each of the protagonists, what the moment symbolizes individually and for a nation or how the story plays out a generation on.

 

DMROS 2014

Daylesford Macedon Ranges Open Studios

Preview works DMROS Group Exhibition St Paul's Church Hall, 26 Yaldwyn St, Kyneton &  OPEN STUDIOS

1-4,8-9,15-16 NOVEMBER 2014 10AM -5PM

 

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Little Sister Gallery

69 Mollison Street

Malmsbury Victoria

 

Impressive new art gallery opens in the historic town of Malmsbury.SEPTEMBER 2014

Little Sister Gallery is pleased to announce its opening and present a group exhibition featuring the works of artists from the local region. The opening reception will be on Sunday 28th September from 2-4pm with the exhibition running through to 26th October 2014. The gallery will be officially opened by renowned sculptor and printmaker, Tim Jones.

Ten artists will be showcasing a variety of different media in this collaboration including: sculpture, painting, printmaking, mixed media, glass, silversmith, and photography. Each artist brings a unique vision and sensibility to the gallery yet as a collective, an undeniable solidarity for the love of the country is the unifying theme.

Artists represented in this exhibition: Catherine Abel, Lord Bloomfield, Frances Harkin, Chris Rowe, Larissa Gray, Ettore DiPilla, Rhain DiPilla, Jackie Gorring, Karen de Cuylenberg & Tony Stone.

 

 Art Insight 11 September - Chris Rowe

Wednesday 11 September 2013 -              12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

McCain Annexe

                        Admission: Free

A constant thread that weaves through the work of painter Chris Rowe, who is based at Lyonville near Daylesford, is the interaction of people with each other and their environment and she invites the viewers to create their own dialogue.