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Rain story Desert Painters at Gagosian Gallery in New York City

Important desert masterworks by indigenous artists goes on show in New York tonight at Gagosian Gallery, many have been waiting for that penny to drop in their pond.

See Gagosian Gallery link and the ABC story here:

See some modest examples of masters at FireWorks Gallery now. 


BAD Boys - Exhibition Opening Invitation

Please view Exhibition Opening Invitation here

Matches 3: Bad Boys - Scott Redford & Anthony Lister Media Release

Exhibition title/s: Matches 3 (BAD Boys): Scott Redford & Anthony Lister

Exhibition duration: Friday 10 May – Saturday 15 June 2019

Where: FireWorks Gallery, 9/31 Thompson St, Bowen Hills

Exhibition opening: Saturday 11 May, 2 - 5pm. In Conversation between Scott & Anthony at 2.30 – 3.30pm. All welcome.

Media Contact: Michael Eather

Phone: 0418 192 845

March Newsletter

read here

Rod Moss book launches

Crossing the Great Divide

Blue Moon Bay




A Shared Humanity

John Anderson


Day with family - Fiona Omeenyo Exhibition Media Release: Matches 2

FireWorks Gallery is proud to present exhibitions by three artists; Fiona Omeenyo Ancestor Spirts at Double Stone, Rod Moss Crossing the Great Divide and FireWorks Gallery’s newest represented artist Itamar Under the Sun.  Fiona new works include sculpture and eighteen acrylic on canvas paintings.

Under the moon Itamar Freed Under the Sun

Under the Sun

Itamar Freed

Preview exhibition works here

Matches 1- Media Release

Exhibition title/s:

Matches 1: David Paulson – little mysteries & Samantha Hobson – Reef/Life

Exhibition duration: 

Thursday 7 February – Saturday 23 March 2019


Punch the Clock - Media Release

Exhibition title/s:

Punch the Clock

Exhibition duration: 

10 November 2018 to 22 December 2018


FireWorks Gallery, 9/31 Thompson St, Bowen Hills

Welcome TWO (Thompson St) -Media Release

FireWorks Gallery is excited to announce the second exhibition in the new Bowen Hills gallery, WELCOME TWO. This wide-ranging show comprises works by Joanne Currie Nalingu, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Glen Mackie, Yvonne Mills-Stanley, Fiona Omeenyo and Alick Sweet and will open on Saturday 22nd September.  It builds on our previous group exhibition, once more including small, large and hero size works.