now showing > pete goodlet

10 06 2011

At Muskvale, on the edge of Daylesford, Pete Goodlet paints in his violet coloured studio, an original miner’s cottage. Pete’s whimsical paintings invite you to share his observations and perspectives of the world and the characters inhabiting it.

Pete’s paintings are full of joy and the celebration of life and just looking at them can make you smile. Pete has lived and travelled to many places along the East coast of Australia. Many of his paintings reflect time enjoyed in places as diverse as Apollo Bay, St.Kilda, Sydney, Daylesford, Noosa Heads and Murwillumbah, and one day has plans to have a large garden in the sub-tropics.

Pete lives in Daylesford with his partner David. Pete also draws inspiration from his large family and two great kids, Jack & Lily and Thelma Louise his very funny dog!

Pete has five artworks on display and for sale at one hundredth gallery until 26 June 2011.





now showing > mark hammon

9 06 2011

With a lithographic background spanning 18 years, Mark has an acute ability to use colour with both a meticulous and creative attention to detail.

Understanding colour and its creative possibilities is Mark’s self-confessed obsession.  Mark is frequently inspired by photos, colour schemes, music, lyrics, indigenous art and culture, street art, and observations of human interaction.  From this he formulates multiple ideas, sometimes ‘playing’ with them for years, until he is ready to commit them to a piece of tangible art.

Technology is an integral part of art and society, however although Mark is proficient in its use lithographically, he prefers to use original methods and techniques artistically.  Detecting the originality in a single piece of art is paramount to Mark’s process.  Mark wants you to be able to see that each one of his works has been created by human hands.

The craft, diligence, research, skill, and time invested in making each piece of art is what Mark enjoys doing the most.  Mark gets immense satisfaction from creating his art with a free, expressive, and unrestriced mindset.  Mark doesn’t box himself in within one particular style.  Instead he works in many mediums, always experimenting with old and new techniques.  One day he is designing a child’s bedroom mural, the next he is creating a thematic exhibition, and in between he is designing tattoos for private clients.

Commissions motivate me Mark to create a work of desire, personal to the client, that is enjoyed and inspiring.  Each piece of Mark’s artwork is representative of his need to put a little bit of himself into the result.

“I become bored easily doing one style of art, and usually have multiple projects on the go to keep interested’ – Mark Hammon

Mark has five artworks on display and for sale at one hundredth gallery until 26 June 2011.





now showing > janicke johansen

6 06 2011

Janicke Johansen is a practising artist and designer with many years of study in both the Arts and Design Industries including a Visual Arts Degree and certificates in Interior Design and Desktop Publishing. She is also currently working part time as a primary teacher.

Janicke’s work is interpretive and modern combining textures, patterns and intense colours to create emotive responses to her immediate environment and emotional memory. There are recurring themes such as people, buildings scapes, flora and fauna that emerge from her work, often with a quirky and childlike innocence about them.

With concerns about current environmental issues, Janicke is determined to limit her impact on the earth by reducing, reusing and recycling resources such as water, paper and electricity.  Her ambition is to continue to limit further environmental impact and to pass on this message to current and future artists.

Janicke has four artworks on display and for sale at one hundredth gallery until 26 June 2011.





the grand opening exhibition

27 05 2011

27 May – 26 June 2010

After seven long months of preparation, we are very excited and proud to bring you our ‘Grand Opening’ exhibition.

The Grand Opening exhibition includes 29 artworks by 10 artists.

Photographers Brian Mangano, Wolfgang Glowacki, Mark Harman, Michell Guo, and Kate Hursthouse all have artwork included; as do painters Pete Goodlet, Kylie Mouat, Mark Hammon, and Janicke Johansen.

All photography in this exhibition is for sale and is also available in different sizes.  In addition, all 10 artists have additional artworks available for sale through one hundredth gallery.

Details of the Grand Opening exhibition are:

  • When – Between 27 May and 26 June 2011
  • Where – 49 Porter Street, Prahran, VIC 3181
  • Hours – Wed-Fri 12pm – 6.30pm; and Sat-Sun 12pm-4pm.  Please check the website for variations.

We look forward to seeing you soon and hope you enjoy our Grand Opening exhibition.

For those of you that will not be able to make it to the gallery, please click here to see the exhibition online.





more sneaky pics of our first exhibition

18 05 2011




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.





introducing isabelle hope grahm

12 05 2011

Today we are very excited to open an online exhibition by our first international artist, Isabelle Hope Grahm.

Isabelle hails from California in the United States.

The imagery reflected in Isabelle’s paintings represent her translation of the flow of life and the shapes that emerge from those flows.  Isabelle’s varied use of line, color and form give unique voice to her views spanning from the Macrocosm to the Microcosm.

Isabelle’s first exhibition with one hundredth gallery is titled ‘Ambient Outreach’.

Isabelle’s online exhibition and biography can be found on the NOW SHOWING tab above, or by clicking here.