Earlywork 2017-09-30T08:32:10+00:00


  • Bardang|Release - Tania Ferrier, Glen Stasiuk, Ken Wadrop

Bardang|Release – Tania Ferrier | Glen Stasiuk | Ken Wadrop | 10-19 November 2017

Please join us for the opening – 6:30pm Friday 10 November 2017 Welcome by Noel Nannup – 7pm Special screening of Glen Stasiuk’s award-winning ‘Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground’ – 8pm (RSVP) This exhibition, Bardang/Release presents aspects of the three participant’s personal stories in coming to know and understand the history of Wadjemup/Rottnest Island and that of The Quod, built on the island to intern Aboriginal men [...]

  • Keturah Zimran, Tali-Tali, 121x101cm


Opening on Friday 13th October 6.30pm - 8.30pm Curatorial Floor Talk: Saturday 14th October 2pm in the gallery RSVP Essential: info@artitja.com.au Evidence continues to surface demonstrating that Aboriginal culture is well over 65,000 years old . A constant in Aboriginal culture is the ancestral story telling that imparts knowledge not just about country and mapping, but includes law which instils a sense of place and identity. This exhibition is [...]

  • 2017 Donnelly Verandah Residencies, Harvey Mullen

2017 Donnelly Verandah Residencies

Opening Friday 22nd September, 6-8pm - From Verandah to Gallery - Michael Knight, Harvey Mullen, Jo Darbyshire, Chrissie Parrott, Jennifer Hopewell and Kate Campbell-Pope work from the 2017 Donnelly Verandah Residencies goes on show at Earlywork from 16 September 2017. The exhibition features six well-known WA artists responding to the iconic 1950s timber milling village at Donnelly River, in the state’s south west. The Residencies For a second year, [...]

  • Enya Wilkinson - image 1 from A Celebration of Life
  • Enya Wilkinson - image 2 from A Celebration of Life

Enya Wilkinson – A Celebration Of Life – opens 5pm, 25 August 2017

‘A Celebration of Life’ brings together works created as part of Enya Wilkinson's Year 12 Independent Project. A yearlong project studying ‘How the representation of the human body in various art-forms has evolved through the ages’. The change in how the human figure has been represented through time reflects changing cultural values and also human consciousness. The exhibition is made up of oil paintings on canvas, sketches, photographs and [...]


  • Ken Wadrop, Returning; 370+ views of Rottnest, 2

Returning; 370+ views of Rottnest, Ken Wadrop, 2017

Returning; 370+ views of Rottnest Ken Wadrop 371 double-sided oil paintings on plywood 2017 Returning; 370+ views of Rottnest, Ken Wadrop. Initial installation order (chronological) [...]

  • Bardang|Release-holding cell, Wadjemup/Rottnest Island

RSVP to special screening of ‘Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground’

Update: Friday 10 November 1pm - the screening is fully booked The film will be shown in the gallery throughout the remainder of the event - please call in between 10am [...]

  • Winner of the Drawing Prize at the City of Stirling Art Award & Exhibition 2017 - Julie-Podstolski, “Once Upon a Wall” Luminance pencils over Sennelier oil pastels. 380 x 540 mm. June 2017

Julie Podstolski has won the Drawing Prize at the City of Stirling Art Award & Exhibition 2017.

Julie Podstolski's drawing "Once upon a wall" has won the Drawing Prize at the City of Stirling Art Award & Exhibition 2017. Julie describes the drawing and the drawing process on her website here - [...]

Final weekend of the 2017 Donnelly Verandah Residencies exhibition

Final weekend of the 2017 Perth-Based exhibition Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October, 2017 is the final weekend of the 2017 Donnelly Verandah Residencies exhibition. Each artist spent a week living in one of [...]

Kate Campbell-Pope’s final work for The Donnelly Verandah Residencies exhibition

Karri bark-dyed silks woven into Bracket Fungi.

Fine Art Prints

  • Mike Spight, Donnelly River buildings series

Michael Spight – sketches from the Donnelly River Village

This series of fine art prints made from Michael Spight's sketches of Donnelly River buildings will be available at the Opening of the Friends of Donnelly Village Museum.- 11am – 2pm, Sunday 17th September 2017. [...]

  • Fine art prints (giclee) using pigment inks on museum grade media.

Fine Art Prints

Earlywork offers a service printing archival-quality giclee prints on museum-grade papers and canvas. We also have a collection of prints for sale. Works by Roger Swainston, Megan Anderson, Jane Martin, Tom Gare, Ken Wadrop [...]

  • Ornate Rock Lobster ©Roger Swainston
  • Coral Trout ©Roger Swainston
  • Blue Marlin and Tuna ©Roger Swainston
  • Leafy seadragon ©Roger Swainston

Roger Swainston

Selected originals and signed prints of Roger's work are available from Earlywork. To see more of Roger's work see his website: Anima or Roger Swainston

  • tom-gare-print

Thomas Gare

Fine art prints by Thomas Gare. Visit Tom's website at thomasgare.com to view works available as fine art prints.

  • Carole Ayres, Old Rottnest Tree

Carole Ayres Prints

Selected prints by Carole Ayres are available from Earlywork. Please contact us for more information and pricing. To see more of Carole's work, visit her website at ayresart.com

Megan Anderson

We stock a selection of Megan Anderson's charming pooch pictures and cards. To see the full range of these enchanting, witty, warm and comforting dogs, visit hangdog art.com.au