Following a sell-out show with Koskela in 2018, Jane brings her signature architectural sculptures in terracotta, black and white, alongside a fresh new white and gold colourway. ‘This was inspired by the buildings of Carlo Scarpa, who used gilded materials sparingly but consistently throughout his architectural career’, Jane tells.
Jane’s sculptural pieces sit alongside minimal canvases from emerging Melbourne-based artist, Saxon Quinn. Reimagining urban environments in a two-dimensional format, Saxon uses cement plaster to create his base, adding abstract marks and forms across the surface that reference ‘the randomly perfect placement of weathered markings and paste-ups that form around us on walls, pavements, ceilings and signs’.
This latest exhibition at The Koskela Gallery, continues the business’ brilliant work showcasing the creativity of the Australian art scene. It’s the perfect occasion to witness some emerging art and perhaps even collect a piece!
Gathering by Saxon Quinn and Jane McKenzie
July 20th – Augst 18th
The Koskela Gallery
1/85 Dunning Avenue
Rosebery, New South Wales