we’re on (small)LUST.com again today!

8 06 2011

and this time, we’re one of their favourite things!


we’re on StyleMelbourne.com today!

30 05 2011

Thank you to Sarah from Style Melbourne, for featuring us in the ‘news’ section of her home page today!



we’re on (small)LUST.com today!

26 05 2011

Thanks to my wonderful marketing team (wife, Samantha Hardman) and Hannah Colless from (small)LUST.com, we have been featured on (small)LUST.com‘s home page today!

Check us out!



sneaky pics of our first exhibition

17 05 2011

With our permit issued last Tuesday, it has been full steam ahead!

  • The window sign-writing has been completed as per your vote.
  • Furniture has been delivered and assembled, although some of it is a bit suspect!
  • Nine artists have been confirmed for the ‘grand opening’ exhibition.
  • Work has been delivered by eight of them with the final artworks arriving tomorrow.

We’ll be open to the public from 12.00pm next Friday 27 May 2011.

The grand opening group exhibition by Brian Mangano, Janicke Johansen, Michell Guo, Mark Hammon, Wolfgang Glowacki, Pete Goodlet, Mark Harman, Kylie Mouat, and Kate Hursthouse, will run until 26 June 2011.

Please drop by to say hi and so that we can both put some faces to names!

For those of you that may not be able to make it, here are some super sneaky pics that I took earlier today whilst curating my first exhibition.

it’s a sign…

12 05 2011

it took 114 days to get this

11 05 2011

we’re all about exhibiting aspiring and ’emerging’ artists

21 04 2011

Samuel Webster (Mood of Monk) shared this article with me and I thought I would share it with you.   Artinfo has asked the experts, “What does “emerging” really mean in the art world?”

Please click here to read their responses.

As you know, one hundredth gallery is devoted to the exhibition of artwork by aspiring and emerging artists and aims to be a part of the process that enables creative people to exhibit their work to the public (especially those who are starting out).  If this sounds like you, please get in touch.

Until then, I hope you have a wonderful long long weekend.