Counihan Connection

Counihan Connection
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Angela Cavalieri
Angela Cavalieri was born in Melbourne into an Italian family. Cavalieri's inspiration for her art derives from her migrant family background, Italian being her first language. After repeating a year…
Satta van Daal
Satta van Daal studied Product Design at the Bauhaus University Weimar (GER) and the Design Academy Eindhoven (NL). Van Daal moved to Melbourne in early 2003. Van Daal's artistic weapon…
George Gittoes
George Gittoes was born in 1949. George Gittoes creates art in a variety of media. He uses painting, film, and sculpture. He creates works that are designed for art galleries…
William Kelly
William Kelly was born in Buffalo, New York, Kelly studied at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the University of the Arts (Philadelphia, USA) and at the National Gallery School, Melbourne, Australia.…
Kristin McFarlane
Kristin McFarlane was born in Melbourne in 1968. She studied art at the Caulfield campus of Monash University. McFarlane combined her love of literature and art to became a graphic…
Robert Smith remembers Noel Counihan
Noel Counihan was born in 1913 in Albert Park, then a working-class suburb of Melbourne. In 1931 Counihan became a member of the Communist Party of Australia. He helped found…
Edwina Bartlem: The Curator
To celebrate the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick's 10th anniversary, selected contemporary artists have been invited to create new art works in response to the themes and style of works by…

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