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The Studio is located at
48B Hynes St, Fortitude Valley,
Brisbane Australia. 4005. 

For more information:

Contact Helen at 0419 320 378

or email: helen.mead@bigpond.com

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Monday
Apr142014

New York Art fair - April 2014

I've just returned from a sellout exhibition at the 2014 New York Affordable Art Fair and thought I'd share some of my painting with you. 

Sunday
Mar092014

Showing at Tosari Galleries, Toowoomba

I'm delighted that after spending my formative years growing up in Toowoomba I'm now represented by that city's premier gallery, Tosari Galleries, Margaret Street.  Working with Rosie and staff there has been a delight. I'm very fortunate to have 9 galleries representing me from London to New York, Brisbane, Noosa, Maroochydore, Sydney, Melbourne, Sorrento, Mt Tamborine and now Toowoomba! 

Sunday
Mar022014

Toowoomba Chronicle - Media

Gallery Salutes Local Artist.

To read the complete article, please click the 'Chronicle' logo.

Monday
Oct072013

Graydon Gallery opening October 2013

Musicians from Brisbane band, KOOII were on hand to help celebrate the opening of David Hinchliffe's exhibition, "Here There and Everywhere" at Graydon Gallery, 29 Merthyr Rd, New Farm on Oct 5. A group from the NSW Art Gallery also attended the opening along with more than 50 locals and visitors from Sydney and Melbourne. This video was prepared by Alice Hinchliffe Productions.

Saturday
Aug172013

Iterations...

Paintings often go through a number of iterations before an artist feels they're ready for display in a gallery.  Here are 3 paintings by David Hinchliffe which have been through various iterations, some of them taking more than a year until the artist was finally satisfied. Each panel represents the one painting.  The first (a Poinciana tree in Merthyr Park, New Farm) has had two iterations.  The second ('Abbott Street Spring") has had 3 versions over a period of almost 2 years, starting with a monochromatic streaked blue version and ending with the pared back green version.  The last painting of diners at the French cafe, Les Deux Magots, has undergone 4 different phases, ending in the final version where two waiters were added.