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Gerald Ganglbauer Australia Art Month 2013 in Danks Street, Sydney

Although I was terribly busy this Summer in Sydney, I eventually got around to do a gallery stroll in Sydneys arts hub, Danks Street in Waterloo. After all, March is Art Month 2013.
Opening: Friday March 8, 6pm.

Art Month Sydney 20132 Danks Street
Waterloo NSW 2017

I spoke with the directors of three galleries: Janet Clayton, Brenda May and Dominik Mersch

Podes & Antipodes

Vika Begalska

She was born in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
She graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts.
She lives and works in Moscow.

Roo by Vika Begalska at Janet Clayton Gallery Patsy by Vika Begalska at Janet Clayton Gallery
Janet Clayton Gallery |


Around 15 years ago Brenda and I were neighbours. I developed her first website.

Brenda May Gallery |

Forest requiem, 2013

Helen Mueller

For quite some time now, I have been captivated by water. It is my muse and hunting ground for inspiration. I am a kayaker and love to glide silently across an inky sea.

My gaze has wandered over time, from the surface to the deep, from what I know to what I dont. Here below it is always mysterious and never predictable: sometimes it brings piercing clarity, other times murky darkness.

Requiem 3 by Helen Mueller Requiem 6 by Helen Mueller


Dominik comes from Cologne, Germany, and is here to stay.

Dominik Mersch Gallery |

Nah Und Fern:
Landscape Painting
in the 21st Century

Group exhibition

A Group Show comprising
of works from Philip Wolfhagen, Jon Cattapan, Tim Johnson, Anthony O’Carroll and introducing two new artists to the gallery; Lu Song, an exciting, emerging artist from Beijing and Michael van Ofen a well respected and established artist from Germany.

This exhibition provides a unique insight into the way that artists from three continents interpret the painted landscape.

  Group exhibition

Set within the food and arts precinct of Waterloo, the creative arts complex of 2 Danks Street offers Australian and international contemporary art. The complex was developed by the arts Patron Leo Christie, opening in 2001. Home to a number of Contemporary Art Galleries, a Fine Arts Dealer and a working contemporary jewellery studio, 2 Danks Street also holds regular events and panel discussions –

Sydney, 8 March 2013

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