28 September 2017
28 September 2017
14 September 2017
Ian Marr has an exhibition in South Australia coming up called 'The Golden Land' - an exhibition of paintings on copper, Clare Valley & Flinders Ranger landscapes.
The exhibition will be held at The Art Gallery at Pikes, opening Sunday 24 September 2017, 2 - 4 pm.
Stella Downer will be a guest speaker.
A new art precinct is born!
This is the first edition of a map guide to the galleries in our area.
You can find a pdf of this guide through our website, social media and via our email. Subscribe through our website or email us at info @ stelladownerfineart.com.au if you would like to receive a copy. Printed copies will also be available at Stella Downer Fine Art gallery. So far we have included: Aboriginal & Pacific Art; Stella Downer Fine Art; May Space; Utopia Art Sydney; Artbank; Darren Knight Gallery; and Sullivan + Strumpf.
We will continue to refine, revise and add to this guide as needed.
Enjoy! We look forward to seeing you at the galleries soon.
21 February 2017
Congratulations to our artists Di Holdsworth, Denese Oates and Liz Shreeve, who are all finalists in this years North Sydney Art Prize 2017.
This years prize is at The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability in Waverton.
The exhibition will run from 11 - 26 March.
Di and Denese will be giving artists talks on Saturday 18 March, 11-12.30am.
Liz Shreeve will also be giving a talk on Saturday 25 March, 11-12.30am.
16 February 2017
Janet Dawson's iconic abstract paintings will be included in an exhibition at Geelong Gallery, 'Abstraction: celebrating Australian women abstract artists', 25 February - 7 May 2017.
16 February 2017
Merran Esson will be in a group exhibition curated by Sean Morris of Square One Studios, called The White Room. ...more
24 January 2017
Stella Downer Fine Art has moved to Square One Studios in Alexandria. This is a temporary set up until we have settled into a new gallery space.
Though we are not currently exhibiting, all our artists and their available works are listed on our website. We will continue to update our website with new works.
Our social media platforms will regularly showcase works by our artists that we have in stock. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Enquiries can be made via our website, by email, or my phone. Visits to view works of interest and meetings in person regarding valuation and consultancy can be made by appointment.
We are in the process of upgrading our website to be cleaner and more mobile friendly. Our website is still in transition, so some information may be out of date regarding our contact details. The most up to date information is listed below:
Stella Downer Fine Art
Dealer Consultant & Valuer
T: 0402 018 283
Mon - Fri 11 - 5
Location: Square One Studios, 32 Bowden Street Alexandria, 2015
Stella Downer Fine Art offers a wide range of services including:
Consultancy - Stella Downer is able to provide advice on key investment pieces for personal and corporate collections, as well as direct the hanging and installation of your collection.
Gift Registry & Vouchers - Stella Downer Fine Art can arrange a gift registry or voucher for a special occasion, be it a wedding, birthday, anniversary or corporate event.
Valuations - Stella Downer is a valuer for the Cultural Gifts Program, Department for the Arts, Canberra. Stella can provide valuations for the Cultural Gifts Program, insurance, superannuation and asset management.
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If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us.
4 March - 15 March
The compelling sculptures of LIZ SHEEVE & DENESE OATES are being exhibited as part of the 'Group Sculpture Show' at The Depot I Gallery, 2 Danks Street, Waterloo from the 4 March - 15 March, 2014.
29 January - 15 February 2014
The Depot Gallery: DENESE OATES is a sculptor of considerable skill who transforms ordinary copper wire into inspired objects that range from the biological to the botanical. OATES studied at the Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education in Sydney (now College of Fine Arts, UNSW). Since 1976 she has exhibited in over eighty group exhibitions and twenty-five solo exhibitions. ...more