Moments in Colour Exhibition


Five artists brought together by their common interest in landscape painting, translated through their own highly individual lens. This exhibition highlights their unique understanding of mark making, colour and abstraction.



  • Saturday, 03 September 2022 | 10:00 AM - Sunday, 27 November 2022 | 04:00 PM


Glasshouse Regional Gallery


Glasshouse Regional Gallery Presents:



Five artists brought together by their common interest in landscape painting, translated through their own highly individual lens.

This exhibition highlights their unique understanding of mark making, colour and abstraction. A visual conversation that questions how we define a landscape, each artist drawing new ways to interpret and inform, whilst also seeing the landscape as a way to transcribe physiological space.

An exhibition that celebrates the importance of the commitment to artistic practice with Australian landscape painting, that it is a core conceptual art form.

Moments in Colour showcases the vibrancy and complexity that our landscapes provide and acknowledges how privileged we are to inhabit them.

The Glasshouse Regional Gallery supporting Contemporary artists. 


Image Credit: Kiata Mason, Mother Rock, 2022, acrylic on canvas.


Represented by:

Kiata Mason is represented by A. K Bellinger Gallery, Inverell
Justine Muller is represented by A. K Bellinger Gallery, Inverell
Tim Allen is represented by Defiance Gallery, Sydney and Gallerysmith, Melbourne
Charmaine Pike is represented by Defiance Gallery, Sydney
Joanna Logue is represented by King St Gallery, Sydney and Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne

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About the Artists

Charmaine Pike
Charmaine Pike approaches the rich tradition of Australian Landscape with a unique language, both of gesture and of sentiment.  As has always been the case with her work, the fundamentals of drawing are at its core, with an unerring understanding of tone and confidence of line permeating each painting. Her work has become distilled to a point where forms appear effortlessly carved out of space.

Charmaine has been a 4 time finalist in the Paddington Landscape Prize, a finalist in the Mosman Art Prize, The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing and most recently was invited into the prestigious Kedumba Drawing Award for 2022.

Charmaine has been the recipient of the Nock Foundation H/K/ China and Queenstown, NZ residencies alongside Angus Nivison and International artist Movana Chen, she received the Enid Ng Residency in Paris, was selected for the AWC residency in Pungalina, NT and most recently was Feature Artist alongside Euan MacLeod on The Painted River Project in Moree, NSW.

Pike is collected both privately in Australia and Internationally.



Kiata Mason
Kiata Mason is an artist based in Lake Cathie on Birpai land.  She predominantly draws and paints rock formations of local landscapes and home inspired still life works.  The rocks that Masons paints like her still life treasures are part of her familiar everyday experience. 

In 2016 Mason graduated with a Masters in Drawing, Fine Arts from the National Art School, Darlinghurst.  This followed her honours year in Drawing 2012 and her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts, Painting both at the National Art School 2004.

In 2018 Mason’s work won the Works on Paper section of the Muswellbrook Art Prize.  Her works have additionally been selected as a finalist in numerous other national awards including the Sir John Sulman Art Award; Dobell Drawing Prize; Blake Prize; Muswellbrook Art Prize painting section; Paddington Art Prize; Still: National Still Life Award; Black Swan Portrait Prize; Portia Geach Memorial Award; and Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing.  Her work is in the collections of the Muswellbrook Regional Art Gallery; Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery; and PLC Adelaide Perry Gallery.



Joanna Logue
Joanna Logue was born in the Hunter Valley in NSW Australia.  She graduated from the City Art Institute with a B.A in Visual Arts and went on to gain a graduate diploma in professional art studies, majoring in painting.

Since then she has exhibited extensively in major cities through-out Australia, having made over 22 solo exhibitions. 

Joanna’s paintings have been collected by major corporations, regional galleries and universities.  She works from her studio in NSW, Australia and also lives and works on Mount Desert Island, off the coast of Maine in the USA.  She is represented by King Street Gallery on William in Sydney and Scott Livesey Galleries in Melbourne.



Justine Muller
Justine Muller is an artist working in multi mediums of painting, drawing, sculpture and photography.  Her works explore themes of identity, human nature, environment, place and culture(s).

Justine Muller has spent time traveling around Australia to remote communities and engaging with the landscape and the people who inhabit it.  She is a contributor for the Instagram feed “everydayaustralia” set up by Gold Walkley award-winning journalist Andrew Quilty, sharing stories and photos that celebrate Australian diversity.

Justine Muller has been selected and exhibited in numerous prestigious Australian Art Prizes including the Art Gallery of NSW Dobell Drawing Prize (2012/2013), Paddington Art Prize (2014/2017), Portia Geach Memorial Prize (2013), and the Moran Photographic Prize (2015) in which the same photo was selected in Guardian Australia’s list of best and most important photos of 2015.

Justine Muller is represented in numerous State and Private collections, including the Macquarie Bank Group Collection.



Tim Allen
Tim Allen is a painter in the landscape tradition who creates gestural works from a studio in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales.  He has a BA (Visual Arts) and an MFA (Research) from COFA (UNSW) and his painting career spans more than 20 years. He has been awarded several prestigious Australian art prizes such as the $25,000 Paddington Art Prize in 2017 and the Kedumba Drawing Award in 2016. In addition to this, Tim has been a finalist on more than 25 occasions in leading art awards such as the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing (2017, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2010), Paddington Art Prize (2017, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2006), NSW Parliament Plein Air Prize (2014, 2013), Wynne Prize AGNSW (2007), Dobell Prize AGNSW (2012, 2009, 2006) and the Kedumba Drawing Award (2016, 2013, 2009, 1999).

In 2014 and 2015 Tim participated in artist residencies in China and Hong Kong, funded by the Nock Art Foundation.