Gallery Salamanca
Salamanca Arts Centre
65 Salamanca Place
Hobart, TAS 7004 Australia
+61 3 6223 5022 p
+61 3 6223 2077 f
Open M-F 10–5:30 / S-S 10-5

 

"Leave it with me..." Esther was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1962. She grew up with a passion for drawing and painting from a very young age. Originally gaining qualificati Read More ...
"Beliefs, truths, memories, dreams, sensory experiences, happiness, suffering… These are the elements informing my work. Rising and falling, connections forming and growing.  As Read More ...
“Tasmania’s pristine environment provides a unique clarity to the play of light on water and warm hues of sand and soil.” Stuart’s paintings capture the vast array of moods Tasma Read More ...
"I am attracted to the tones and shapes in both sky and water. I also love open space, distance and the sublime colours of the morning and evening."  Richard Paul Stanley was bo Read More ...
George Callaghan was born in Country Antrim, Northern Ireland in 1941. At the age of four, his family emigrated to South Africa. At the age of fourteen, the impending death of his Read More ...

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Just lovely, Richard!

Richard Stanley's latest work ~ 'Waterlilies' ~ is a joy to look at.

Imagine having this hanging in your home...

 

 "The water droplets on the front lilies is where the frog hopped off." ~ Richard Stanley

We've Lost a Legend but Legacy Lives On

"There are rare moments in the design continuum

when the inspiration of a single artisan transcends that of their contemporaries

and translates into a legacy destined to extend beyond the here and now."

(Excerpt from finkdesign.com/about.)

Our heartfelt condolences go out to Robert's wife and FINK partner, Gretel, to his daughters and the rest of his family and loved ones.

We're all deeply saddened and will feel the loss of such a talented legend in the arts and crafts community.

Your legacy lives on...

 

Robert Foster 1962 ~ 2016

 


A celebration of the arts, Gallery Salamanca's mission is to support and serve artists and craftspeople by engaging the community through the sale of arts and crafts and the promotion of exhibits in Hobart. Our purpose is to support, preserve and commemorate Australian, specifically Tasmanian, handmade works and their makers.