Chris O'Doherty aka Reg Mombassa
Norfolk pine, Moonee beach 2017
$1,900
charcoal on paper
42 x 28cm

Chris O'Doherty aka Reg Mombassa
Fencelines with sheep induced striations, Waiheke Island 2015
$2,400
charcoal, coloured pencils on paper
17 x 22cm

Tony Tuckson
TD8317 1949-56?
$750
pencil on paper
15.1 x 10.1cm

Tony Tuckson
TD8797 1949-56?
$750
pencil on paper
16.6 x 10.6cm

Ken Searle
Vortex 2018
$1,500
oil on canvas on board
30 x 38cm

Ken Searle
Wanda Sandhill No.2 2018
$1,500
oil on canvas on board
30 x 38cm

John Smith
Pathways: Zephyre2016-17
$2,750
mixed media on canvas
102.5 x 76.5cm

Shannon Johnson
Written in 2017
$650
mixed media on board
45.5 x 37.5cm

Shannon Johnson
Smart arse stars 2017
$350
mixed media on board
30 x 21.2cm

Ian Howard
Belief to power 2014
Sold
mixed media
20 x 33 x 17cm

Bryan King
Mans Head 2019
$880
acrylic on canvas
40.5 x 30cm

Bryan King
Backyard 2016
$880
acrylic on canvas
40.5 x 30cm

Tony Tuckson
TD6115 1949-56?
$750
pencil on paper
10.5 x 16.5cm

Tony Tuckson
TD9653 1949-56?
$750
pencil on paper
10.5 x 16.5cm

Roger Crawford
City Space 2001
$750
acrylic, collage on paper
29.5 x 41.5cm

Shane Forrest
Building a Stunning New Retreat (STCA) 2019
$750
acrylic on reclaimed arches paper and canvas
50 x 77cm

Wally Barda
Ishak 2019
$660
digital photographic collage on paper
20 x 19cm

Wally Barda
Souria 2019
$660
digital photographic collage on paper
16 x 20cm

Peter Poulet
untitled 2000
$990
acrylic on canvas
52.5 x 60.5cm

Peter Poulet
untitled 2003
$990
acrylic on canvas
52.5 x 60.5cm

Jolon Larter
I Spent Two Years As A Pair of Eyes 2008
$450
felt tip pen on paper
41 x 28cm

Jolon Larter
The Moors Murderers 2001
$450
felt tip pen & acrylic ink on paper
41 x 28cm

Gilbert Bel-Bachir
21 untitled Sydney 2008 Ed. 1/20
$1,200
Lambda process on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Print
38 x 38cm

Gilbert Bel-Bachir
27 untitled Sydney 2010 Ed. 3/20
$1,200
Lambda process on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Print
38 x 38cm

Neil Evans
The Clyde 2019
$330
acrylic on found wood
10 x 9cm (variable)

Neil Evans
Mt. Hotham 2019
$1,750
acrylic on canvas
20 x 26cm

Mostyn Bramley-Moore
Plume 2009-2011
$3,000
acrylic & oil on canvas
32 x 78.5cm

Frank Littler
Oceans 2019
$5,500
oil on canvas
91 x 122cm

Fiona Fell
The Waiter 1990
$2,200
stoneware fired
55 x 36 x 23cm

Chris O'Doherty aka Reg Mombassa
Twilight of the Gods III: Proxy War 2016
$4,200
charcoal, glitter on paper
35 x 52cm

Patricia Moylan
Shallow Creatures 2018
$1,000
acrylic on reverse of Perspex
24 x 32.5cm

Patricia Moylan
Correllas Round 2018
$2,200
acrylic on reverse of Perspex
39.5 x 88.5cm

Shane Forrest
Thin Tower 2019
$450
acrylic on paper & wood
62 x 22 x 7.5cm

Rogue Group Exhibition: The Pop-down Show

Opening: On the walls from Wed. 11th September, OPENING Sat. 21st September - 2-5pm
Exhibition Dates: 11 Sep - 27 Sep

Opening time: 2-5pm Saturday 21st September

Location:
Shop 6, 480 King Street NEWTOWN

Featuring:
Wally Barda  -   Gilbert Bel-Bachir  -   Mostyn Bramley-Moore  -   Roger Crawford  -   Neil Evans  -   Fiona Fell  -   Shane Forrest  -   Ian Howard  -   Shannon Johnson  -   Bryan King  -   Jolon Larter  -   Frank Littler  -   Patricia Moylan  -   Chris O’Doherty AKA Reg Mombassa  -   Peter Poulet  -   Ken Searle  -   John Smith  -   Tony Tuckson  -  


Sadly, this will be the final Rogue exhibition at the current location but rest assured, we are only popping down and not out!!  Rogue will be back.  Better than ever. Somewhere.  Sometime.  Hopefully soon.

Thank you to all of the wonderful people of Newtown for your support, encouragement, or just curiosity over the last 4 months of the Rogue Pop-up Gallery’s presence, it has truly been a pleasure and we will miss all the friends we have made, both two-legged and four, especially those who would drop in regularly to have a chat and view the exhibitions.  We would also like to express our gratitude to those who purchased works, without the support of whom none of this would have been possible.
The Rogues are a restless lot with an endless supply of ideas and not quite enough coffee to fuel them. You can bet your favourite aunty there will be many more interesting and exciting exhibitions to come and we hope to see you there…wherever “there” may be (not too far away, promise!).

In the meantime, all artwork can be purchased online and viewings can be arranged by appointment at the Rogue base of operations in  Alexandria.

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