Plexus Gallery – Connecting independent Australian artists with art lovers and collectors
Connecting independent Australian artists with art lovers and collectors
Plexus Gallery is an online space, connecting a group of curated Brisbane-based artists with art lovers and collectors. There are so many talented independent artists out there not represented by physical galleries! We want to bring them all together, we want to create a vibrant creative community and share our passion for art and creativity, becoming a platform for nurturing creative life and thought. We want you to discover new artists and the work that will make your hearts sing! And we want to make it as easy and enjoyable as possible.
Buying art online can be tricky. Who knows how accurate the colours are, can you trust your monitor? What if you don’t like it in life? You don’t have to worry about it any more. Our unique “View at Home Before You Buy” feature will bring your selected artworks to your office or home for viewing in your own environment and if needed help you with your choices.
For more information on this concept, see our Art to your home page..
In addition to this personalised service, we can refer the art lover to some of Brisbane’s best interior designers, picture framers and art installers.
Plexus Gallery spans the gap by providing independent Brisbane-based artists with representation, our online gallery is augmented by organising ‘popup’ physical shows, both here in Brisbane and overseas.
Plexus means a network, a complex structure containing an intricate network of parts. And likewise, we are very interested in networking to nurture the visual arts life in Brisbane. We will therefore be instigating several strategies to promote Brisbane arts, other galleries and independent artists’ initiatives. Our main philosophy is that by working together, we can all benefit from a stronger and more varied artistic milieu.
An online exhibition to raise funds to help the children of soldiers whose lives were lost defending Armenia and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh)
17 October – 15 November 2020
Many thanks to these generous artists – Click to see their work
Kareen Adam – Aureole – Sona Babajanyan – Nicole Barakat – Renata Buziak – Wayne Churcher – Helle Cook – Miranda Costa – Beki Davies – Suzon Fuks – Eugene Gilfedder – Rona Green – Anna Kalachyan – Joanna Kambourian – Jenny Kitchener – Lisa Kurtz – Dorota Lagida-Ostling – Chris Macpherson – Eryn Mark – Meredith Macleod – Thomas More – Carol Schwarzman – Billy Shannon – Belinda Sinclair – Christine Spedding
Feature Image (Top) : A Carpet for the Diasporic Identity, Joanna Kambourian, Acrylic on Board
80 x 60 cm, 2017