EVENTS

Jacqueline Tiepermann Exhibition at BECKER MINTY

VIAGGIO by JACQUELINE TIEPERMANN

To be opened by our special guest, magazine editor Neale Whitaker

Thursday 6th November 2014

6.30pm – 8:30pm

Viaggio is the autobiography of Jacqueline Tiepermann. This particular body of work presented at Becker Minty relates to a specific five year time line. Her paintings are extraordinary in their complexity and detail; they excite the visual senses, drawing us in with her application of colours and textures upon linen and paper. Her reward is watching people transported into a world she has created through their own journeys, in paintings that resonate with the viewer. Viaggio has been a life altering experience for Tiepermann, and the story she tells through her paintings could not be more articulate nor personal.

 
BECKER MINTY
7/81 Mackeay Street
(Enter via Manning Street)
Potts Point, NSW

Paintings at left: VIAGGIO XXXII and VIAGGIO XXXVIII, sold as a pair

 

Shop the current Tiepermann catalogue at Becker Minty - new paintings added from 7th November 

Read our Blog about Viaggio

Visit jacquelinetiepermann.com 

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EVENTS

STENMARK LAUNCH EVENT AT BECKER MINTY

BECKER MINTY is delighted to invite you and your guest to the launch of

stenmark 

Jewels for the modern taste

A new collection of fine jewellery inspired by architecture and ancient motifs, in gold, diamonds, sapphires and opal

Tuesday 21 October 2014

6.30 pm to 8.30 pm

 RSVP by Friday 17 October to Lily Cheung on 02 8356 9999 or lily@beckerminty.com

BECKER MINTY

7/81 Macleay Street (enter via Manning Street) Potts Point

 Read our STENMARK blog 

EVENTS

LISA ROET 'HUMANZEE' EXHIBITION AT BECKER MINTY

Please join us for this exclusive preview evening at

BECKER MINTY
7/81 Macleay Street Potts Point
(enter via Manning Street)

on Wednesday evening 16th July 2014

from 6.30pm - 8.30pm 

RSVP to office@beckerminty.com
You are welcome to bring a guest

Read about Lisa Roet and the 'Humanzee' Exhibition our blog