Monthly Archives: December 2013

What’s it all about?

Spare Us Spermoids… Paul Moncrieff’s Amazing Bunbury Paintings This and the other two short pieces (linked above) all revolve around the same theme – the unique problem of visual art and its audience in Western Australia, in particular the peculiar … Continue reading

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Spare Us Spermoids and all other graphic non-entities

A couple of years ago I began to notice paintings with amorphous asexual figures, essentially graphic characters, with pseudopods and ‘sad’ expressive eyes, like Caspar the Ghost, all over William street, from Pop-Up Galleries to the Bird and other bars, … Continue reading

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Paul Moncrieff’s Amazing Bunbury Paintings

This is the first time that I have seen the upstairs chapel at Bunbury working in a perfect relationship to an exhibition. Its gothic floor plan and the many irregularities left over from the original conversion often combine to ruin … Continue reading

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