Past exhibitions

2015

High Country Waterfalls

The High Country Waterfalls exhibition was held at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre during July 2015.

The paintings exhibited can be viewed here.

2013

Karst Country Exhibition at Yarrangobilly Caves House

The Karst Country exhibition was shown at the newly reopened 1917 Section of Yarrangobilly Caves House until June 25, 2013.

Karst Country

The Karst Country exhibition was held at the Belconnen Arts Centre from Feb 8-24, 2013. It featured two contrasting views of limestone (karst) landscapes near Canberra via the paintings of Phil Ryan and the infra-red images and videos at the of Glen Ryan. The individuals works of this exhibition can still be viewed at Karst Country website or here.

2012

Glen Street Theatre

The Glen Street Theatre at Glen Street, Belrose Sydney, hosted an exhibition of 12 Myopiclandscapes paintings during March and April 2012. The exhibition was in the foyer of the Glen Street Theatre and was managed by Artfocus Gallery

Rocks Trees Water Exhibition

Rocks Trees Water was an exhibition of 22 Myopiclandscapes paintings hosted by Tumut Art Society as part of Tumut's 2012 Festival of the Falling Leaf. The exhibition was held at Fiveways Studio, cnr of Tumut Plains Rd and Snowy Mountains Hwy, Tumut, from Friday April 27 to Monday April 30 2012.

2011

Sci-Art 2011 Exhibition

CSIRO Canberra hosts an annual exhibition of art produced by current CSIRO staff and alumni.

Karst Country: Blue Waterholes 4 was entered this year.

The exhibition was held at the CSIRO Discovery Centre Gallery Black Mountain, Canberra ACT, from Nov 6-20 2011.

Monaro Artists Landscape Exhibition

Cooma's Raglan Gallery hosted an exhibition of Monaro artists' landscape paintings.

The Myopic Landscapes paintings included were:
Alpine Rockery
Candle Heath
Harry's Rock - Blowering Ck Falls
Three Mile Dam

The exhibition was held at the Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre Cooma NSW, during July 2011
website: raglangallery.org.au

From Kosciuszko to Cape York

From Kosciuszko to Cape York was a solo exhibition held as part of the TUMBAFEST 2011.

The exhibition of 34 landscape paintings covered work produced over the last 6 years since moving to the region to become a full time artist. The paintings covered a wide geographical spectrum both in latitude and elevation; from the high alpine elevations of the Main Range, to the remote tropical landscape of Cape York Peninsular.

The exhibition at Artists On Parade Gallery Tumbarumba NSW opened on the 24 February 2011, and continued till 18 April 2011
website www.artistsonparade.com.au

For more information about this exhibition refer to the:
From Kosciuszko to Cape York gallery of paintings exhibited

2010

The First Fifteen

The First Fifteen exhibition was an exhibition of regional artists, and the first exhibition sponsored by Art Mine and Design.

Two Myopic Landscapes paintings were exhibited:
South Rams Head Snow Gums
Three Mile Dam

The The First Fifteen exhibition was held at the Front Gallery, Lyneham shops Canberra ACT, from 24 June to 6 July 2010.

Art Mine and Design is a Canberra company that in 2010 started an online gallery providing a catalogue of work by local artists, a number of Myopic Landscapes paintings have been included in this catalogue
website artmineanddesign.com

Kosciuszko to Cape York

The Kosciuszko to Cape York exhibition was an informal exhibition of 12 recent paintings; including some of the Kosciuszko area, and some of areas from Cairns to Cape York captured during a road trip in 2009.

It was held at Gundagai's Green Dog Gallery from March to May 2007
website www.greendoggallery.com.au

2009

Rainforests - Art's Forgotten Landscape

The Rainforests - Art's Forgotten Landscape exhibition was a solo exhibition.
It explored aspects of various NSW rainforests. Featured were sub-tropical, warm temperate, cool temperate, and littoral rainforests of mainly northern NSW. These landscapes are characterised by diverse, multi-layered vegetation all completing for survival. In rainforests, your viewpoint is restricted to the foreground due to the high density of vegetation. Rainforest tree trunks, their buttress roots, and the draping sinuosity of lianas all produced fascinating combinations of texture, form and colour.

For more information about this exhibition refer to the:
Rainforests - Art's Forgotten Landscape gallery of paintings exhibited
Exhibition media release (PDF, 281kB)
Exhibition flyer (PDF, 701kB)

The exhibition was held at the Mawson Gallery Mawson ACT from 8 April to 3 May 2009
website www.mawsongallery.com
Prof Peter Kanowski was the guest speaker at the exhibition opening.

2007

Kosciuszko Summer

The Kosciuszko Summer was a solo exhibition.

It was held at Gundagai's Green Dog Gallery from 1 to 22 December 2007
website www.greendoggallery.com.au

The exhibition was very successful with 7 of the 13 paintings sold during the exhibition.

For more information about this exhibition refer to the:
Kosciuszko Summer gallery of paintings exhibited
Kosciuszko Summer exhibition postcard (PDF 191kB)

ANZIF 2007 Conference

A special exhibition of Myopic Landscape paintings was held as part of the ANZIF 2007 Conference.

It was held at the Opal Cove Resort Coffs Harbour during the period 3 to 7 June 2007.

2006

All in one go: Mark III

All in one go: Mark III was the third exhibition sponsored by Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery that featured selected Riverina artists. Phil Ryan was one of 16 artists who has work on display at this exhibition.

Paintings hung were selected from the Sub-alpine series.

The exhibition was held at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery Wagga Wagga NSW from 13 April to 25 June 2006
website www.waggaartgallery.org

2005

Iconic Mountains

The Iconic Mountains exhibition feature scenes from several iconic mountains in NSW and Victoria that have special spiritual significance:
Mt Macedon (VIC) including locations around the Camels Hump and Hanging Rock,
Gulaga Mountain (Mt Dromedary NSW), and
Mumbulla Mountain (NSW).

The exhibition was at the Sawmill Gallery in Canberra during August and September 2005.

For more information about this exhibition refer to the:
Iconic Mountains gallery of paintings exhibited
Exhibition flier (PDF, 53kB)
Exhibition postcard (PDF, 147kB)




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