Whitewall Art Projects is preparing to bring a new experience in Contemporary Art and related events to the Southern Highlands in its new permanent space – previously the Bell Gallery in Berrima.

Whitewall Art Projects is an initiative to provide carefully selected and curated art pieces and collections to the private and commercial markets. Featured artist Thomas Bucich, acts as creative director along with a dedicated team support the art practices of Australian and International Artists.

The gallery presents exhibits and individual works for sale through an ongoing series of events, pop up spaces, custom commissions and art consulting services.

WHITEWALL ART PROJECTS offers works for sale, arranges custom commissioned works from concept through to installation, and even offers an Art Leasing option for both private and commercial clients.

WHITEWALL welcomes architects, interior designers, stylists, developers and the corporate market to explore the works and also to allow it to create potential custom pieces for purchase or lease.


Steve Salo – Steve Salo is a Melbourne based portrait and landscape painter. His works are evocative of the spirit and complexities of his subjects through his gestural technique.

Thomas Bucich – Thomas is a New York Native and permanent resident in Australia – living and working in the Southern Highlands of Sydney. From classical fine arts training at New York City’s Art Students League and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Architectural Design from Parsons School of Design, Thomas’s career has spanned across the architectural interior and fine arts markets in both New York and Sydney. His plasticity of practice allows Thomas to roam between the disciplines of drawing, painting and sculpture in materials from found natural objects through to cast bronze.

Daimon Downey – Once a frontman for award winning band Sneaky Sound System, Sydney based Damian produces bold works which expresses his obsession with vibrant colour. He describes his painting style as a crossover between expressive minimalism and hard edge painting, in a style that is both playful and mysterious.

Clayton Hairs – Claytons evolution has taken him from television cameraman to fine art photography. His practice focuses on an appreciation of the more intimate scene, focusing on elevating that which might be overlooked or seen as mundane to something more worthy of pause. His current works use multiple exposures which result in an outcome that is startling and refreshing.

John Lacey – John Lacey is an multi award winning painter based in Mt Compass, South Australia where he interprets and expresses his vision of the landscape that surrounds him.

Joanne Piechota – Joanne is a Melbourne based artist/photographer capturing ethereal, timeless and dreamy photographic landscapes. Her passion for pushing the boundaries of her camera culminated in the creation of her abstract landscapes, where all the work is done analogically whilst capturing eh images, with little to no digital post production.

Belynda Henry – Belynda Henry is a celebrated Australian landscape painter living and painting on the Central Coast of New South Wales. With over 30 solo shows and and multiple finalist of the Wynne and Archibald Prizes, her work celebrates the moments and imagery that her environment inspires.

Elisenda Russell – Elisenda is Melbourne based photographer fascinated by creation images which invite the viewer to a place where daydreaming is embraced. Her passion lies with creating photos that hold layers of diverse textures, colour tones, beautiful surroundings, and nostalgia entwined into a narrative. She predominately works with digital cameras, with occasional use of analog when appropriate.

Approximately 1.5 hours from both Sydney and Canberra – WHITEWALL ART PROJECTS looks forward to sharing its new and previously exhibited artists with you all.

10 Jellore Street, Berrima NSW 2577

For more information:

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P  0420 718 775
B  gallery@whitewallartprojects.com.au


Daimon Downey: At WHITEWALL

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