New Works to Collect

In a world that continues to be uncertain and plans are so often changed, we have no choice but to adapt and regroup constantly.

In our life here at the gallery we never cease to be amazed by the consistent and continuous creations of new works that are presented to us and to you by our talented artists.

We hope you will enjoy some wonderful new works that we are sharing with you this week.
+ read more

Ceramics to Collect

If you love ceramics you will appreciate our very talented gallery ceramicists. Andrew Bryant, Rowley Drysdale and Dai Li, all live and create on the Sunshine Coast. We are often lucky enough to visit their studio spaces and see them in action!!

Quirky, delicate figurative work, organic abstract spirals or intense wood fired forms with spectacular glazes. This week we introduce you to a taster of wonderful works available.

These artists are constantly producing new and fabulous ceramics, so be sure to keep a lookout as they appear through our website and Insta. Alternatively, reach out directly to chat about what is on the horizon…

If you are in Noosa you’ll find us at 6/32 Hastings Street Noosa Heads. Check out THE G PROJECT 21 for daily opening times.
+ read more

Top Selling Artists 2021

As we head towards the end of our 2020/2021 financial year in Australia this is your chance to purchase some significant works from our best selling artists.

Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss sourcing specific art to enhance your surroundings in your workplace or at home. We love being part of your art journey!!

Also if you are a small business you can research the 100% Instant Artwork Write-Off for artworks displayed in your business (subject to your own independent tax advice). This is the perfect time to have eye-catching and stimulating art in the work environment.

If you are in Noosa you’ll find us at 6/32 Hastings Street Noosa Heads. Check out THE G PROJECT 21 for daily opening times.
+ read more

The Animal Muse

Animals have been an inspiration for artistic practice from the very beginning. From early cave paintings depicting animals and daily hunting records to the contemporary and famous tiger shark submerged in formaldehyde by Damien Hirst in the 1990s. There has been taxidermy alongside great masters depicting grand and wonderful beasts and a multitude of other animal interpretations in the art world throughout the history of art.

As humans, we love the interaction with nature and animals whether it’s historical, sentimental, cultural, religious or many other reasons!! Without a doubt, it’s nearly always a personal connection that draws us to enjoy animals in art.

This week we have picked a few favourite animal art pieces for you to consider.

If you are in Noosa you’ll find us at 6/32 Hastings Street Noosa Heads. Check out THE G PROJECT 21 for daily opening times.
+ read more