Archive for the ‘Pablo Fanque Gallery’ Category

A first jewellery exhibition by Sydney artist Sassy Park. Pablo Fanque, Paddington, Sydney 14 April to 2 May 2009 This exhibition is a departure from Park’s earlier colourful pieces depicting everyday images and characters from her surroundings. Inspired by fables and morality tales, illustrations from childhood stories and love songs these new pieces evoke a […]


Cut by Adelaide contemporary jeweller Kath Inglis is her first solo exhibition in Sydney. Pablo Fanque 24 March to 11 April 2009 Inglis transforms PVC to create precious works by colouring and hand carving designs into the surface to catch and reflect light. Cut is a new collection of jewellery inspired by eclectic sources, which […]


Stephen Gallagher at Pablo Fanque until March 14, 2009 Melancholic Nites / Arcadian Daze by Melbourne based artisan Stephen Gallagher is a dazzling part of the 2009 Sydney Mardi Gras Cultural Festival and signals a dynamic development of the artist’s respected practice.The exhibition of exquisite accoutrements reflects upon the spirit of the Elizabethan Era, its […]


Pablo Fanque 3-14 February, 2009 Anna Davern has reinvented the Rock. The artist’s pop response to jewellery gives us a dramatic new take on the precious just in time for Valentine’s Day.


Maiangi Waitai at Pablo Fanque 25 November – 13 December 2008 Meet the artist from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday 25 November 2008 Wellington based artist Maiangi Waitai combines fabrics and found objects to create absolutely unique pieces full of personality. The artist is well regarded in New Zealand for her painted murals, handcrafted talismans, […]


Richard Burns, Anna Davern, Amanda Fox, Lisa Furno, Stephen Gallagher, Pennie Jagiello, Elfrun Lach, Jane Pollard and Mel Young at Pablo Fanque November 4 – 24, 2008 Recycled, renewed, reborn is a group exhibition of wonderful works by Australian artisans with a penchant for ethical creations. Using recycled materials and making ethical creations does not […]


take a ball of thread………….is a jewellery project by Sydney based jeweller Melinda Young exploring the wearable potential of a huge, industrial sized spool of pink sewing thread. The results of the project are an exciting and playful investigation of materials and meaning. For an extra treat, visit Melinda’s very pink blog – TAKE A […]