• Celia Gullett | A Studio Visit

    OTOMYS is delighted to introduce new works by Sydney-based Artist, Celia Gullett.
    Gullett’s masterful Geometric Abstractions (Oil on Panel) are a construction and deconstruction of arrangements. In this series, Gullett explores the interplay of colour and compositions, creating a lively dialogue within and between…

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  • Meet: Danielle Creenaune

    "Danielle's work occupies a liminal zone between abstraction and representation, where the experience of a place, rather than a literal rendition of landscape feeds her creative practice. Wind-swept and gestural, the artist distills the essence of her subject through reductive marks made confidently on lithographic plates,…

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  • Gill Rocca | A Studio Visit

    OTOMYS is proud to represent London-based artist, Gill Rocca, and we were thrilled to visit her London studio to view her new art works.
    Rocca's contemporary oil paintings tend to stop viewers in their tracks.
    The powerful miniature scale of these works prompts the viewer to engage and contemplate.

    One can get…

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  • ALL EYES ON THE ARCHIBALD PRIZE

    "Preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics, painted by any artist resident in Australasia."

    Florence Rodway - Jules François Archibald, 1921 - Art Gallery of New South Wales.
    The Archibald Prize is Australia’s most highly regarded art prize for portraiture - Value $100,000.…

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  • hôtel les roches rouges

    After an extraordinary 2017, we knew that a holiday was imperative. And so it was! Siestas, balmy evenings, shared tables, informed conversations, page turners, coastal walks, day dreaming. Such meditative recovery worked wonders. Seeing Otomys into 2018 with a refined perspective. Whilst ready to return to the Gallery…

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  • Introducing | Caroline Denervaud

     
    Born in Lausanne, Switzerland.
    Paris based.
    This is research.

    Feelings and sensations create the forms; guiding the movement onto paper.
     
    It’s a question of here and now.
    In this proposed series of paintings, forms and colours play around balance in space. The quiet abstract compositions hide stories,…

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The Space Between Home and Gallery: JAHM

“The collection has given us such pleasure over the years and we want to share that joy with other art lovers,” - Charles Justin, founding director of architecture practice SJB. And sharing is exactly what serious art collectors Charles…
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Q&A with Australian Artist: Diana Watson

Humble, hard-working and taking on Hollywood, established artist Diana Watson talks to Chronicles about her hometown Sydney and her latest collection of work; Ambrosia. Acclaimed for her hyper-realistic large-scale floral murals, particularly…
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Makers and Shakers: A Revival of Simplicity, Utility and Honesty.

“All beauty that has no foundation in use, soon grows distasteful and needs continuous replacement with something new". This is the ideology adopted by a little known religious community called the Shaking Quakers, or more affectionately-…
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Otomys in Europe: Life and Style with Director Nikki Finch.

After 15 years of living abroad, Otomys UK Director Nikki Finch and her family recently relocated to the UK and home has now become the beautiful Georgian city of Bath.  Set in the rolling countryside of the South Western county of Somerset,…

Destination: Cape Town

What makes a holiday so inspiring? There's much to be said about holidaying with a large budget but it is often the simple things that make a deeper impression. I recently travelled to South Africa with my family and adored the change of…
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Art of the iPad: David Hockney

“What an artist is trying to do for people is bring them closer to something, because of course art is about sharing”. Spoken by one of the most influential living artists of our lifetime; David Hockney does exactly that through his latest…