Lesley Tarlinton and Greg Hill

Exhibition of ceramics by Lesley Tarlinton and paintings by Greg Hill

Friday 19th May 2023 to Sunday 28th May 2023

Opening Saturday 20th May 2023 2pm-4pm


Lesley Tarlinton – Lesley lives in Wentworth Falls and works in ‘The glass door studio’ with paper, with clay, and with images.  Gouache and inks, clays and oxides, flame and heat, collaborate with her to create “artwork as company”.

She is a graduate from the National Art School and has a Diploma in ceramics from East Sydney Technical College.

Her paintings and ceramics are in private collections in Australia, Hong Kong, England, New Zealand and the USA.

Lesley has exhibited at Back to Back Gallery Newcastle and The Potters Gallery, Newtown Sydney, Platform Gallery Katoomba; and was the feature artist at The Blue Mountains Artfest.

Practice – “The enduring company I enjoy through my life is art.  My materials are demanding and delightful co workers.  I take great pleasure in creating and imagining my work”.


Greg Hill is a New Zealand born artist living and working in Australia.  He has studied printmaking and drawing at the National Art School and had solo and group exhibitions of drawings and paintings at Robin Gibson Gallery, Exiles Gallery and recently Ellipsis Gallery , in Sydney.

Wanting to explore 3 dimensional art, he has embarked on a series of sculptures before following a passion for minimalism and architecture, and creating art and graphic art for some major architectural projects.

Recently he has returned to his main passion, painting.  Greg’s work can be found in private collections in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.  Greg is currently a finalist in the 2022 Calleen Art Award.

Practice – “I like to look at things and I like to make things I like to look at.  My work is sometimes witty, I like the surprise and visual tricks in art, I’m intrigued by different ways of seeing things, and abstraction.  And I like all the ideas of pop art.  I am inspired by the beauty in everything and anything and my quest is always for the zen.”