Concealed behind a wall in one of Paddington’s narrow windy streets lies a unique treasure of an art gallery, pertinent for lovers of graphic art. Inside can be found a significant collection of international artworks hailing from Asia, Europe and America, making it worth every effort to take the detour from Latrobe Terrace.
With an emphasis on limited edition hand made works – woodcuts, lithographs and etchings, some of the pieces date back to the 1960’s while some were the last the artist made.
The director Emilia Siebold grew up in New York with a mother who owned a gallery specializing in graphic art, hence her continuation with this genre and possession of some of those pieces. One of her featured artists, Paolo Boni is a graphisculptor from Florence, and she is constantly travelling to find new artists to join the established ones whose works she features, most of whom have been exhibited in major galleries and museums worldwide.
Artworks are available for both sale and hire and a large chunk of clientele hail from the corporate world.