Giorgia McRae is a multi-disciplinary abstract artist living and working on Gadigal Land, in Sydney. In both her two and three-dimensional work, she creates strong intuition-focused pieces that explore balance and weight with strong lines and blocks of primary colour. There is a dynamic relationship between her chosen mediums as she carries motifs and colour palettes across her practice.
At Saint Cloche we love collaborating with like-minded people in our community and we are delighted to announce this perfect match between the Two Good Co and Australian artist and emerging icon, Emily Imeson.
“Championing emerging artists and connecting them with new collectors is important to me as I believe that we cannot have a thriving art scene if we do not invest in emerging artists. It is essential that we not only promote the work of emerging artists but also give them a platform through which they can financially support their practice.”
– Kitty Clark, Founder, Saint Cloche
Saint Cloche is a dynamic gallery with diverse and high-calibre exhibitions changing fortnightly and is at the epicentre of a growing community of like-minded creatives, promoting art, culture and contemporary thinking. Located near Five Ways, Paddington, the gallery’s frontage is on a beautiful corner, accentuated by a large set of vintage Swedish industrial windows. Saint Cloche Gallery is a minimal contemporary space, made up of polished marble, concrete, metal and glass. The gallery is also a creative concept space selectively available for exhibitions, installations, collaborations, workshops and events that share our particular style and aesthetic.