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There’s Something in the Water and Disparity

new work by Peter Prasil and Sebastian Galloway


A new exhibition with works by Sebastian Galloway and Peter Prasil

Opening Wednesday 23 November 5.30pm

Sebastian Galloway | There’s Something in the Water

New body of work by Tasmanian artist Sebastian Galloway. Galloway is a Hobart based painter who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Tasmanian school of Art in Hobart in 2013 and has since exhibited numerous times including one major solo exhibition at Despard Gallery. His works often use narrative to create intriguing and often atmospheric scenarios between the animal world and humans. Known for his diverse use of colour and hyper detailed realism Sebastian extends our understanding of reality and truth.

Peter Prasil | Disparity

‘Two separate works of …. things so unlike that there is no basis for it comparison”

… one, handmade woodwork alluding to the Arts and Crafts Movement, while the other draws on techno mechanical aspects of 1930’s Modernism.’

Peter R. Prasil PhD, October 2016

Peter Prasil is one of Australia’s foremost furniture designer/makers, based in Maydena, Tasmania. Prasil originally trained as a tool maker in Copenhagen, since moving to Australia has gone on to complete a Bachelor or Fine Arts graduating with a first class Honours, a Masters of Fine Art and was awarded a PhD in 2000 from the University of Tasmania. Prasil has exhibited extensively within Australia and Internationally, his work is held in numerous public and private collections across Australia.




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There’s Something in the Water and Disparity

Despard Gallery
15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point TAS, Australia

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