Contributors page of Harpers Bazaar
25th Aug 2022
I made it to the contributors page of Harpers and started to ball rolling.
He's me along with some other great artist, photographers, writers, stylists and models that helped add there content to the mag.
Me Going Silly
Having to wait
8th Aug 2022
I'm going mad having to wait to share some great news.
A project that has been close to my heart and one that I have been working on for a while is in motion and I'm close to sealing the deal.
I'm being restrained till then.
I'm drawing again
2o July 2022
Just completed the end of a mega long shift, three months of back to back printing along with eight pages of commissioned work with a high end fashion magazine, All done and dusted I'm back to dreaming.Tis the life.
Illustration by Ed Roth
The Lime Casper
21 April 2022
Ok, It's official I'm to be published. 'The Lime Casper' is the title of my first book on Aussies bands.
Working through the content, and the publisher is keen on my Rockstar series.
A small boutique hardcover affair on beautiful fine art paper with a print run of approximately 400-500 copies only. 100 pages.
The first 100 will be fingerprinted and signed. Stay tuned.
Inviting you all to the book launch ✍️
I'llo My New Title
25 March 2022
I'llo, that's the term used by Harpers Bazaar for my new role as illustrator at large. So proud of my first publication and it's been awhile since my name was in print for a fashion mag.
In the April edition out today. My illustration of Prince Andrew and his saga re; all things Epstein. Article written by Dr Julia Baird the host of the ABC's The Drum. She also moonlights as editor at large for Harpers and is a contributor to the NYT's. Special thanks to Patty Huntington 💎 and the editor Jillian Davidson💕 for publishing my work.
Still being drawn into fashion.
We Have Fan Mail
14 February 2022
By one of the Australia's most respected art critics,
Patricia Anderson is the former editor of the bi-monthly journal Australian Art Review and owner of the Crawford Gallery which has relocated to Canberra. She has written six books: three biographies of art world figures (Elwyn Lynn, Robert Hughes and Pat Harry), two volumes on contemporary jewellery, and one on Australian art world follies called Art + Australia: Debates, Dollars & Delusions.
She has taken the time out to comment about some of my latest work. ☺️
12 August 2021
Keeping in true Porsche style, this print was quick off the mark and sold in 60 seconds.
Now in production and available in mid September 2021 at Work in Stock.
Some Bad News
Marrickville Art Gallery
23 May 2021
I’m sad to say that a long time dream of curating the Marrickville Art Gallery was delayed and now has been put indefinitely on hold.
Along with many other things due to covid -19 construction was delayed and although the project will still be completed there has been a restructure in the company to make new changes.
25 November 2020
SOLD. Linda Ramone. Silkscreened. Covid deylay but happily delivered on Saturday, client and I are over the moon. 2020 has felt like living in an analogue time warp and back to the future. Here's to 2021. That figure looks like a Bladerunner number. Spooky.
On sale at Portrait Page
Don't Kill the Cross
19 Oct 2020
It once prided itself on being the nightlife capital of Australia, so when locals from Sydney’s Kings Cross banded together to protest a massive apartment development, there was singing, dancing and even a jazz saxophonist.
And here is me doing my bit plastering my Banners, Posters and Billboards to help save the iconic Cross
Marrickville Art Gallery
2nd July 2020
Ok, it's official
Peter Bainbridge Me
is the curator and founder of the Marrickville Art Gallery. A.K.A...(M.A.G) Located within the new $150 million redevelopment of the two story Marrickville Metro. One of the biggest art's facilitator's in the country has expressed interest in a partnership. The reason for their favour is the Metro has 7 million people through the space per annum. You can't get numbers like that anywhere. thats 6 times what the New South Wales gallery have p.a. So we are now seeking interest from local and international artists for exhibitions. The opening is yet to be yet confirmed re; COVID. But it's looking like late Q1 2021.
15th March 2020
Inspired by the recent bushfires that rapidly spread across the countrys states is my print Brush Fire a tribute to all that were affected.
Sold in the first day of posting and off to a good home and close friends🍾
So we'er off to the print room then.
On a Mission
19 October 2019
It's official, I have been given my own locker, a box of magic crayons, a stick of premium grade plasticine, Along with several used pencil rubbers. I'm to report at first light at 'International Rescue' at O-500. My first mission was a success, i saved myself. LOL. I cannot take credit for the deep faking of my new identity, i was persona non grata. Rose pleads gulity-part time passort forger. Thats me second on the right. Well, it's off to the new world. I'll see you in pictures. To all my mad mates out there. Xxx
2 August 2019
Putting together my own little 'Hall of Fame' by paying homage to some of Rock, Glam, Goth, and Pop music legends as part of my new Portrait series.
'Dont make me boring ' they cried out to me.
Room with a View
Novotel Hotel, Darling Harbour
24 April 2019
This is the western outskirts of the Sydney central business district. The area contains a mix of shops, restaurants and attractions that includes the Sydney's Chinese Gardens, Sydney Maritime Museum and some of my artwork ' Bluefish'.
Watson Bay Hotel
3 April 2019
Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel is an exceptional seaside destination with architecturally designed rooms boasting their own unique style and harbour views.
Adding my artwork to finish off the setting nicely.
A Cosy New Home
3 April 2019
This is bird country steeped in an Australian landscape, with a romantic view. Home to Cockatoo, in among the smell and feel of the grass plains, roads and roadhouses, and the pubs and kitchen tables of country life.
Work in Progress
29 November 2018
Work in progress, the raw materials to finish my new print run 'The Art Dealer' partially finished and waiting for completion then eventual making its way to Singapore.
How Inks are Made
Next on the list
15 Sept 2018
So happy with my new print room up and running and ready for production this could be the next step of the process.
Out of the Office
But no holiday
7 Sept 2018
Starting production of my latest hotel commission for the month of October.
Highly motivated with my new print room / workshop ready to take on the the job.
2 March 2018
Got the best spot in the room with 'Girls on the Beach', so happy to be surrounded with some other great works of art and I can see a Stephen Ormandy in the back.
I like this girls taste.
One Man Show
21 April 2018
Having a busy week with new orders coming in, deliveries going out and production in progress.
I know I'm not going to sleep, see my friends, or do laundry for a good several weeks.
To the woman who inspired and influenced me and helpd guild me on my way. Thanks for the opportunity and the insite to see things as I do. You deserve more than thanks and more than I could ever give and I am truly blessed to have had a wonderful mum. I miss you XXX OOO
New for Febuary
9 Feb 2018
Rally poster i did for the 'Save Kings X' from the Hong Kong style apartments, hotel owners are wanting to erect in Darlnghurst Road. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SHARE, or better still come along to the event.
New for November
3 Nov 2017
And off to a prominent Melbourne art collector, adding to his collection of prints by Andy Warhol and Bill Henson. So happy it is going to a good home.
This work Private Eye (this series in hand inlaid 23ct gold leaf)
Framed by Tom Rennie at Erskinville frames.
Finalist in the New York Poster Challenge
Finalists aiming for the New York Poster Challange Prize 2017
So happy to say that I have been selected as one of the 10 finalist up for the Ney York Poster challenge prize. with my work "A Perfect Day". Voting is on every day to the 22nd Feb 2017 if you like my work and feel like supporting some Aussie Talent make it to the finish line please click on the image on the side <<<<<<<<<< and vote for me.
Will update daily
Came in 4th "Wha hoooo" Thanks so much for all the support xxx you lovlies.
BIG congrats' to Juan Luis Perez for comming in at first.🍾
Some more good news to share
Financial Review January 2017
My work on display, up there with the big boys.
The Store by Fairfax
Latest Press Release
Financial Review November 2016
Colour supplement on all things great and arty.
The Store by Fairfax
Work now available online at The Store at Fairfax.
Some fabulous news just in. Fairfax have just launched their new online shopping outlet. 'The Store' by Fairfax. Hosting a range of talented artists designers, photographers and curators offering an exclusive range of products to make home shopping more exciting from the comfort of your home.
Work now available in Melbourne Gallery
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Exhibition Woollahra Gallery
Peter Bainbridge exhibited at Olsen & Irwin Gallery Wollaraha New South Wales.
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Financial Review Magazine July 2014
Article on Peter Bainbridge Ned Kelly series, written by Stephen Todd.
Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly paintings of 1947-48 are a linchpin of modern Australian art, with all but one of the 27 on permanent display at the National Gallery of Australia. Brave then the contemporary artist who appropriates such sacred imagery. artist Peter Bainbridge is nothing if not courageous. He's been reconfiguring Noland's Kelly for now, bringing into play a riot of Australian references including kangaroos and cave painting, mixed them with a kind of hip-hop graphic sensibility that updates the aesthetic of that most notable of American cinematic artists, Saul Bass. Bainbridge has printed his Neds on fine French paper in limited editions of 15.