Brendan Huntley

As the saying goes, eyes are the window to the soul.  Whether, in placing their eyes, Huntley uncovers the souls in his objects and paintings or gently guides them into being, it is in these apertures that their life force seems to be contained.  Before any appraisal of colour, form or texture can be made, you must let them look you in the eye. – Francis. E Parker, Curator, Monash University Museum of Art, 2011

View the 2021 Without Within online viewing spaces for painting and sculpture.

Read the 2018 Sky Light Mind exhibition essay by Danae Valenza or the media release.

Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (in an ideal world)’ 2016–2018
Glaze, slip, enamel, bog, terracotta, stoneware and white raku, formply, steel and wheels
93 x 54 x 54 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (natural spring)’ 2016–2018
Glaze, slip, bog, terracotta, stoneware and white raku, formply, steel and wheels
131 x 40 x 40 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (self-centre, middle-ground)’ 2018
Glaze, slip, enamel, bog, stoneware and raku, formply, steel and wheels
90 x 43 x 43 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (fade away and radiate)’ 2017–2018
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (irregular nebular)’ 2017–2018
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (vortex echo chamber)’ 2017
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (schism bay)’ 2017
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (womb to move)’ 2017–2018
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (safety net, security blanket)’ 2017
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (open fields of vision)’ 2017–2018
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Brendan Huntley ‘Untitled (cortex whistle hole)’ 2017–2018
Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm