Cloudburst by Tony Twigg (detail)

Inaugural Group Curation

Spud Lane Annexe gallery

From 10 Jun 2023

Spud Lane is proud to present their:

Brand New Annexe Gallery at 91 Hoddle Street, Robertson

Discover inspiring artworks from prominent and emerging artists, including Keith Looby, Tony Twigg, George Gittoes, Ric Abel, and Cat Doyle.

Our inaugural Annexe curation showcases some of our favourite exhibitors and includes paintings and timber-based constructions. With a grand mix of artists now on show, we look forward to giving our clients more enjoyment with their creative choices when visiting the two galleries.

The Absent 5th, Tony Twigg, 2020
Tony Twigg, The Absent 5th, 2020, Enamel on timber construction in 14 parts, 118x164cm
Highlandscape 6, Ric Abel, 2014
Ric Abel, Highlandscape 6, 2014, Oil on linen, 80x60cm
Quarry, Ric Abel,
Ric Abel, Quarry, Oil on panel, 25x20cm
Beach Minimalist, Keith Looby, 1998
Keith Looby, Beach Minimalist, 1998, Oil on canvas, 102x155cm
Quietude 3, Ric Abel, 2022
Ric Abel, Quietude 3, 2022, Oil on linen, 132x107cm
Ruminari 6, Ric Abel, 2013
Ric Abel, Ruminari 6, 2013, Oil on linen, 52x44cm
Rain on Main Street (Robertson), Ric Abel, 2014-2022
Ric Abel, Rain on Main Street (Robertson), 2014-2022, Oil on canvas, 60x50cm
Classroom No3, Keith Looby,
Keith Looby, Classroom No3, Gouache on paper, 25.5x36cm
Cloudburst, Tony Twigg, 2018-19
Tony Twigg, Cloudburst, 2018-19, Enamel on timber in 4 parts, 130x141cm
Code #3, Tony Twigg, 2019
Tony Twigg, Code #3, 2019, Enamel on timber construction in 2 parts, 92x113cm
Tasmanian Trees, Keith Looby, 1988
Keith Looby, Tasmanian Trees, 1988, Oil on canvas, 228x91cm
Sinking Into Blue, Cat Doyle, 2022
Cat Doyle, Sinking Into Blue, 2022, Oil on canvas, 102x91cm
Family Floe, Keith Looby, 2003
Keith Looby, Family Floe, 2003, Gouache on canvas, 39.5x33.5cm
Eye Ruth, Keith Looby, 2003
Keith Looby, Eye Ruth, 2003, Gouache on canvas, 39.5x33.5cm
Judith Smith, Keith Looby, 2003
Keith Looby, Judith Smith, 2003, Gouache on canvas, 39.5x33.5cm
Study for Individual Max, Keith Looby, 2003
Keith Looby, Study for Individual Max, 2003, Gouache on canvas, 39.5x33.5cm
Why Would I Ever Want to Leave This Studio View (Werri Beach), George Gittoes, 2019
George Gittoes, Why Would I Ever Want to Leave This Studio View (Werri Beach), 2019, Oil on canvas, 31x41cm

Saturday 10 June - Sunday 9 July
Spud Lane Annexe Gallery, Shop 6/91 Hoddle Street, Robertson NSW 2577
Friday to Sunday, 10am–4pm, and by appointment


Friday 9 June, 6pm


KEITH LOOBY: Winner of the Archibald, Blake and Sulman Prizes Looby is one of the giants of Australian art, and has held Australian society to account with his incisive, satirical humour and fearless commentary on the late 20th century.

TONY TWIGG: Australian artist Tony Twigg has a strong international practice with 60 solo exhibitions presented in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines since 1975. Over his long career Twigg has also been known for his multi-disciplinary and film works, included in the iconic Cannes Film Festival.

GEORGE GITTOES: Winner of the Sydney Peace Prize, George Gittoes is an anti-war artist and documentary maker whose films have shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

RIC ABEL: A finalist in the Blake Art Prize and the Archibald’s Salon des Refusés, Ric Abel travels through landscapes, skulls and quasi-cubist subjects. His art is introspective and exploratory, humorous and dark.

CAT DOYLE: British-Australian artist Cat Doyle explores themes of loneliness and belonging with a particular interest in counterculture and literary circles. A Gateshead lass from North-east England, she now lives and works in the Southern Highlands NSW.

Find Spud Lane Annexe opposite the Big Potato in Robertson, across the road from our main gallery at the rear of the Highlands Hive building. We're a stunning 30-minute scenic drive from Bowral, Mittagong, Exeter, Berrima and the rest of the Southern Highlands; 2 hours from Sydney and Canberra; and a verdant rainforest mountain trip from Wollongong and the Shoalhaven. Get driving directions and a local map

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