A big congratulations to Lee Bethel who is a finalist in both the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award 2018 with her work Petal and also Splash: McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award 2018, with her artwork Komon.Read More
We’re excited to be exhibiting right now at Sydney Contemporary 2018 with artists Gabrielle Adamik and India Mark. Come and visit us at booth C05. We are there until Sunday 17 September.
We are also very proud of India Mark who has been named ‘Five artists to watch’ by Barry Keldoulis, director of Sydney Contemporary Art Fair. Read article in Financial Review here.Read More
Congratulations to Nick Santoro (Highly Commended) and India Mark, who were both finalists again for the second consecutive year for the Brett Whiteley Travelling Scholarship!Read More
We’re now representing Mignon Steele!
All new artworks from Mignon will be available and on show from next week as part of our next upcoming group exhibition featuring 11 very talented individuals; Mixed Bag from Wed 1st Aug. Join us on opening night from 6-8pm Friday 3rd August!
He's back! Henry Jock Walker is artist in residence on the Coal Coast preparing for his upcoming exhibition 'Re-Entry Ding Repairs' at Egg & Dart 6th - 28th July.Read More
Congratulations to Lee Bethel, a finalist in the Professional Artist and Emerging Artist categories of the Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize 2018. The winners are announced this Friday 15th June. Lee's finalist work seen above: Labyrinth, 2017, encaustic and seeds on hand cut paper on board, 50 x 50cm.Read More
We are super excited to announce that we are participating in The Sydney Contemporary 2018! We will be exhibiting artworks by India Mark and Gabrielle Adamik. Stay tuned for updates about our progress for this Art Fair in September at Carriageworks.Read More
Nick Santoro is a finalist in Salon des Refusés 2018 with his work "Excuse me...just letting you know that backpacks have to be worn on the front or carried in a hand (or cloaked at front of house)". Well done Nick!Read More
We are very pleased to announce that India Mark has been selected as a finalist in the Archibald Prize 2018, with her painting Candy.Read More
We are pleased to announce that The Egg & Dart Gallery now represents Madeleine Peters. Her first solo show with The Egg & Dart has been a great success and we encourage you to come into the gallery to see her work before the show ends May 5.Read More
Congratulations to Lee Bethel, finalist in the 2018 Fleurieu Biennale with her work, Paradesios, 2017, encaustic and seeds on hand cut paper, 45 x 45 cm.Read More
The 5th Annual Egg & Dart Xmas Show opened Friday 8th December,
With less than two weeks to go, we have a few works still available for purchase. We are open Wed through Saturday 11am to 6pm. The show will come down Saturday 23rd December.Read More
Our next exhibiting artist Lee Bethel is a finalist in this years Fisher Ghost Art Prize! Congratulations Lee!
Her exhibition Flourish opens Friday 13th October, 6-8pm.Read More
Congratulations to India Mark and Nick Santoro, who are both finalists in the 2017 Brett Whiteley Travelling Scholarship. The winner is announced Thursday 12th October, our fingers are crossed!Read More
For Lee Bethel, elegant constraints are the foundation of her workings, manipulating the fold, the grid and the seed. In her hands, the paper fold reveals its capacity for resilience and malleability. It is both a tangible folding of paper and a metaphorical folding of time and memory. The works suggest states of being that are "open-ended ... non-exclusive and unlimited, exterior and infinite." The inside is nothing more than a fold of the outside where the interior becomes exterior.Read More
10th November - 2nd December.
Opening night: Friday 6-8pm, 10th NovemberRead More
Our very own Nick Santoro is having an exhibition at Wellington Street Projects, Sydney 7th - 18th June. Don't miss this one!Read More
Our very own Lee Bethel is a finalist in this years Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award. Lee is already had a busy year being a finalist in both North Sydney Art Prize and the Paramore Prize. She has also been awarded a residency at the excellent Footscray Community Art Centre in Melbourne mid year.Read More
Sixteen artists question the value we invest in places, spaces and objects from everyday life. Sentiment is a co-curated exhibition that explores notions of sentimentality that exists in the realms of imagination and personal experience. Artists were invited to shape and express their thoughts on the things that create emotional connection and disconnection. Using a variety of media, the works move between light and dark, fact and fiction, interest and disengagement.Read More