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Chris Wake

“...All of the subjects I paint, I feel strongly about in some way, it may be the personal achievement of someone’s journey that moves me, or it may be a political of moral challenge, or the ability to make me laugh. I would like people to view my work as an insight to my thoughts, captured permanently on canvas in that particular moment, to cross over barriers of time, place and other limitations. I believe art gives us important insight and comment on our society past and present...”

After a recent sell out exhibition at Collins Street Gallery, Chris' Ned Kelly series was used alongside Sydney Nolan`s work in the Kelly theatre production for New Zealands festival of arts. For more information contact Christine at www.artcw.com.au or email her at art@artcw.com.au.


Christine Wake

John and Ellen Kelly

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


Christine Wake

Constable and Kate Kelly

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


The Gathering

The Gathering

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


Christine Wake

Kelly and the Constable

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


Christine Wake

Persecution

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


Steve, Ned & Dan

Steve, Ned and Dan

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


Anti Establishment

Anti Establishment

2002
Oil on Linen
84 x 91cm


Patrick William Marony
text source: John Wladis, Patrick Marony's great grand son

Patrick William Marony (1858-1939) was born in Carragh, Waterford Co., Ireland in 1858. He was the son of John Marony and Johanna Walsh. He was an educated man, having attended seminary in Dublin. He came to Australia around 1883 and settled in New South Wales with his brother John Martin Marony. In 1883, Patrick married Rebecca Mason in Sydney.

Patrick was a painter, photographer and director. He wrote the stories for 3 films produced by the Australian Life Biograph Company, situated in Queenscliffe Street, Manly in 1911. The titles were: Ben Hall, Notorious Bush Ranger; One Hundred Years Ago; and A Ticket in Tatts (which was remade in the 1930's). The Australian National Film Archives has a few stills of the movies, however, nothing else remains.

The Australian National Library in Canberra, ACT has several of his bushranger paintings done around 1894. These include: Portrait of Ben Hall; Portrait of Bourke, Hall, Frank Gardiner, Gilbert, Dunne; Portrait of Gardiner, Gilbert, Dunn, Bourke. Patrick Marony has exhibited for the Royal Art Society of NSW in 1907, 1908, 1909 and 1912. After his death in 1939 Patrick was cremated and his ashes scattered in the Four Winds Garden in the Northern Suburbs Crematorium in Sydney.


Capture of Ned Kelly

Capture of Ned Kelly

1894
Oil on Canvas
137.2 x 183.2cm


Dan, Steve, Ned and Joe

Dan, Steve, Ned and Joe

1894
Oil on Canvas
107 x 61.2cm


Portrait of Ned Kelly

Portrait of Ned Kelly

1894
Oil on Canvas
106.9 x 61cm


Roydon Johnson
enquiries: roydon.dop@gmail.com
1.6m x 1.3m acrylic on canvas with corrugated backer

An Artist’s Plea
Ned Kelly was hung when he was still young
And was bold as bold can be
He took from the rich and gave to the poor
My point I hope you can see


Johnson's Ned

My paintings are young but still not hung
But bold they are indeed
They need to be put where they can be seen
And I for sure am in need


Johnson's Ned

So if you’re inclined to be ever so kind
And hang them for people to see
Then we can both smile as they fly out the door
And share the resulting fee


Johnson's Ned

Now closing my ditty it would be a pity
If your choice is not to reply
For what we have here is a style that is fresh
And simply deserves a try

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