Alan Jones’ work explores ideas that surround notions of identity. Jones works across a broad spectrum of mediums and takes a personal approach to subject matter. Through this process, Jones aims to communicate the intricacies of human connections and how his own roots subsequently influence his work.Jones (b.1977) currently lives and works in Sydney, Australia. Since graduating from the National Art School (BFA) in 2000, Jones has held 21 solo exhibitions and over 100 group exhibitions in Australia and internationally.
Giles Alexander’s work belongs to a long-standing academic tradition of virtuously handled oil paint and precise draughtsmanship, yet he stands aside from this, quite purposefully drawing attention to moments where he departs from tradition. This is not wilful contrariness: Alexander uses and refuses his polished aesthetic as another way of interrogating his world, provocatively challenging the established ‘norm’ and questioning all that we hold dear.
Recent works by Tania Mason are concerned with exploring aspects of our Australian Flora combined with introduced species within our environment. Mason's works explore the concepts of neurological patterns and their formations within the human mind and natures complex geometric shapes.These arrangements exist secretly within the new work showcasing the ability nature has to constantly make connections with its surroundings.