Daniel O'Toole (EARS)

Press Release – Australian Indigenous Artworks added to our Collection

Berkeley Editions is proud to announce we are now offering a diverse range of Australian Indigenous artworks. Australia’s Indigenous art is recognised internationally – in fact, just last year, the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco hosted a distinguished exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks. H.S.H. Prince Albert II himself is a fan, counting Torres […]

Daniel O'Toole (EARS)

February Newsletter, Featured Artist – David Boyd

Another prodigiously talented member of the Boyd family, David Boyd initially studied music at the Melbourne Conservatorium until conscripted into the army in 1942. On leaving the army in 1944 Boyd switched to studying art and enrolled at the Victorian National Gallery Art School. David’s first distinction was as a potter, briefly, with the Martin Boyd Pottery […]

Daniel O'Toole (EARS), Brycen Horne, Charles Blackman

December newsletter, Featured Artist – Charles Blackman

Charles Blackman is well known as one of the most original and imaginative figurative artists in Australia. His ongoing exploration of humans and their relationships are consistently depicted with a delicate and thoughtful observation. Themes of dreaming, memory and childhood are common in his work. His use of colour, contrast and shadow are immediately striking and cleverly combine […]

Daniel O'Toole (EARS)

Human:Nature – Artists Respond to a Changing Planet

Artists Luisa Seidenberg, James Whitington and Alex Goad’s exhibition HUMAN : NATURE will draw attention to the care of Australia’s natural heritage. The Rocks PopUp will be transformed with paintings, monotypes, etchings and ceramics. Luisa Seidenberg’s intricate ceramic artworks titled Oceania will explore the beauty of our planet's underwater oceanic sea life and our response […]

Daniel O'Toole (EARS)

Exciting New Max Fulcher Prints

We have some exciting new Max Fulcher Prints at Berkeley Editions. His particular focus is the orchid, which features prominently in his illustrations of the Australian bush-scape, along with vibrant flora and fauna. His illustrations, in particular, are characterized by an intense vibrancy, aliveness and authenticity. Each orchid, for example, is drawn from an actual […]