In conjunction with our auction schedule, Shapiro is proud to support emerging and established artists, along with design, textiles and artisan handicrafts through a variety of interesting gallery exhibitions.
In this world of change and distraction, the quality that Roswitha Wulff strives for in her work is a quiet simplicity. Making pots is a ritual – a celebration of the physical nature of being, and a renewal of life’s energy, unfolding through the process of making. The adventure is in the pursuit.More Information
Objects both man-made and in nature travel through a life cycle: that cycle consists of use, dis-use and, ultimately, refuse. In nature many organisms and animals ‘inherit’ and re-cycle each other. An empty shell becomes the temporary home of a crab, a fallen butterfly wing melts into crumbling earth mixed with dry leaves and rain. […]More Information
In 2016 I moved into my new studio with light bouncing all around. The luminosity of the space, enhancing my perception of colour, has made it a delight working on this series of new works, Absinthe + Vermillion.
I predominately work with colour, and have done so for a long time. In the past, I would often mix colour for days on end. Now, with experience, I am more trusting of my intuitive response to colour.More Information
Most people know Judy Cassab through her celebrated portraits.
She was the second woman to win the Archibald prize, and she
won it twice, Nora Heysen was the first. Her portrait of Robert
Morley is in the Queensland Art Gallery and her portrait of Hugh
Gaitskill which is in the National Portrait Gallery, London, has
provided her with an international reputation.
Wednesday 15 June 2011 to Wednesday 22 June 2011 John Shepherdson Light Years ahead exhibition This exhibition is a unique collection of original lamps inspired by the 1957 Russian Sputnik 1 the first satellite launched into space. All the lamps are hand made by John Shepherdson, using polished stainless steel spheres, vintage camera lenses, filters […]More Information
Our galleries situated on Queen Street in Woollahra are periodically available for hire, providing an alternative for artists and curators to broaden their exposure and clientele. We have created three elegant gallery spaces to afford clients the highest level of exposure for their works. Shapiro Auctioneers can provide exhibitors with a variety of marketing services in conjunction with the gallery hire, including direct mail and email campaigns.
162 Queen St, Woollahra NSW 2025