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We recognize the importance of the buyer confidence in securing authentic art of impeccable provenance. We offer an opportunity to purchase museum-quality original artworks shipping worldwide. Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela pioneer exhibit fine art outside the metropolitan area for public display and acquisition. Challenging the status quo from its inception won the trust of some of the most important Australian artists including Aboriginal artists from post WWII until today such as Arthur Boyd, John Perceval, Charles Blackman, Jamie Boyd, Mrs. Bennett, John Olsen, Lenore Boyd, Nancy Ross, Ningura Napurrula, Minnie Pwerle, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Garry Shead. Our exhibitions won the ABC TV Australian National News|Boyd Video, ABC TV Sunday Afternoon|Video, ABC TV Australian National News|Perceval Video, SBS National TV Charles Blackman Video and coup the Front Page of the Sydney Morning Herald. Passionate about fine art Galeria Aniela built a reputation in Australia and the wide World. Browse Videos - Blog.

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Regina Noakes work is represented worldwide: Eric Clapton Collection, Fulham Palace Collection London UK, Ministry of Water Resources Sultanate of Oman, Brooklyn Museum of Art New York, Singapore Economic Board, Jean and Charles Schulz Information Centre Sonoma State University California, Visual Arts Centre Eastern Washington University USA, University of Cambridge UK, University of Norwich UK, University of London UK, Western Australian Electoral Commission Perth, Atelier International New York, Women's Aid Abroad Malaysia, Balya Cancer Foundation Perth, Data Analysis Australia, Toyota Australia, Toorak College Mount Eliza Victoria, Methodist Ladies College Perth, Hale Boys School Perth WA, Evans and Tate Wineries Perth WA and Best Western Palms Resort Broome. Regina Noakes won the Lorenzo Medici Gold Medal City of Florence Italy Art Award, 'The Healing Power of Art' Showcase artist winner 2003 New York, Rotary Club of Armadale 2002 WA Award for Outstanding Performance and Contribution to Art, Arts Manhattan 'Her Story' winner 2002 New York, Perpetual Trophy and (twice overall winner) WA Society of Art, Australian Trade Commission Grant, ARTWA Arts Investment Program Grant Ministry for Culture and Arts WA, Pat Corrigan Artist Grant National Association for the Visual Arts Australia. Regina Noakes regularly exhibits in Australia and around the world.

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Regina Noakes, How long is a piece of String?, Oil, Acrylic and Oil stick on Canvas, 92 x 92 cm
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Regina Noakes, Belated Anniversary, Oil, Acrylic and Oil stick on Canvas
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Belated Anniversary
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92 x 61 cm
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Regina Noakes, Girl and Black Cat, Oil, Acrylic and Oil stick on Canvas
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Girl and Black Cat
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Fresco
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 92 x 76 cm
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Secret Garden  
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101 x 76cm
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 White Rabbit
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The Fitting
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 A Little Birdie told me

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Red Queen and Alice
Oil, Acrylic and Oil stick on Canvas
 92 x 46cm
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Looking Glass
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Regina Noakes Biography

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Regina Noakes work is represented in private, corporate and public collections around the world: Eric Clapton Collection, Fulham Palace Collection London UK, Ministry of Water Resources Sultanate of Oman, Brooklyn Museum of Art New York, Singapore Economic Board, Jean and Charles Schulz Information Centre Sonoma State University California, Visual Arts Centre Eastern Washington University USA, University of Cambridge UK, University of Norwich UK, University of London UK, Western Australian Electoral Commission Perth, Atelier International New York, Women's Aid Abroad Malaysia, Balya Cancer Foundation Perth, Data Analysis Australia, Toyota Australia, Toorak College Mount Eliza Victoria, Methodist Ladies College Perth, Hale Boys School Perth WA, Evans and Tate Wineries Perth WA and Best Western Palms Resort Broome. Regina Noakes won many Art-Awards including Australian Trade Commission Grant, ARTWA Arts Investment Program Grant Ministry for Culture and Arts WA, Pat Corrigan Artist Grant National Association for the Visual Arts Australia, Lorenzo Medici Gold Medal, City of Florence Italy, "The Healing Power of Art," Showcase artist winner 2003 New York, 2002 Rotary Club of Armadale WA Award for Outstanding Performance and Contribution to Art, Arts Manhattan "Her Story" winner 2002 New York, Perpetual Trophy and (twice overall winner) WA Society of Art. Regina Noakes regularly exhibits in Australia and worldwide.

Regina Noakes is an international artist, born in Singapore, she studied art and music in Singapore, Italy, USA and Australia now lives in Perth with her husband and three children where her distinctive and personal style has a cult following.

 Awards & Distinctions

  • Australian Trade Commission Grant

  • ARTWA Arts Investment Program Grant, Ministry for Culture and Arts, WA

  • Pat Corrigan Artist Grant, National Association for the Visual Arts, Australia
    Lorenzo Medici Gold Medal, City of Florence, Italy

  • "The Healing Power of Art," Showcase artist, winner 2003, New York

  • 2002 Rotary Club of Armadale, WA - Award for Outstanding Performance and Contribution to Art

  • Arts Manhattan, "Her Story," winner 2002, New York

  • Perpetual Trophy and twice overall winner, WA Society of Arts

COLLECTIONS

Documentaries, Radio Interview

Channel 31 CTV, "Gallery Watch," Documentary: 30 minute interview, 19 September 2004

ABC Kimberley Radio Station, Broome, with Vanessa Mills, "Friday Afternoon Arts," 7 May 2004

Channel 31 CTV, "Gallery Watch," Documentary: 30 minutes interview, 19 August 2003

"Regina Noakes at Gomboc Gallery," with commentary by Robert Juniper and Judith McGrath (WA arts writer)
SONSHINE FM, Radio Interview with Jan Cannon, 18 September, 1996

Publications

Judith McGrath, review "New Works of Regina Noakes," artseenwa.com September 2004
Christine Jones, Insite Magazine, Spring Edition, September 2004
Emma Leask, Feature article, Perth Women magazine, 03 December / 04 January Issue
Sarah McNeil, "Attic is Artists' Haven," Feature article, Post Impressions, Perth August 2003
Simone Considine, "Bold Beauty," Western Suburbs Weekly, August 2003
Lynn DiCiero, Catalogue essay, "Women Working for Women," Soroptimist International, Fremantle, July 2003
Women's Art Register, review for Gomboc Exhibition 2003
Lynne DiCiero, Feature article, "Art in Western Australia," The Artist's Chronicle, September 2002
Maurice Taplinger, "Regina Noakes Encapsulates the Human Drama," NY review, Gallery and Studio, June 2002
Judith McGrath, Catalogue essay, June 2002
Renee Phillips, Catalogue essay, May 2002
"Spotlight," Sydney Morning Herald, March 2002
Biennale Internationale Dell Arte Contemporanea, 3rd Edition 2001, Citta di Firenze
Diana Simmonds, "Original Regina," Express Arts, The Sunday Telegraph, Sydney July 2001
"Eye Catching Show," Social Style , The Mosman Daily, Sydney 2001
Moondance Magazine Cover page, "Celebrating Creative Women," Summer 2001, Vol5 Ed.4 UK
"Regina Noakes Exhibition," ARTISspectrum, NY, Vol 11/7 Spring Issue 2000
VAST National Exhibition, Catalogue page, September 2000
ArtMine, The New York Expo Magazine, Cover page, March 2000
Barbara Booth, "Italian Frescoes Inspires Artist," Arts Today, The West Australian, July 1999
Lynn DiCiero, "Speaking of Success," The Artist's Chronicle, Western Australia, July 1999
Eve Ackerman, "Time Out," (www.artseen.vbw.com.au) Western Australia, July 1999
Barbara Booth, "Windows of the Soul," The West Australian, July 1998
Gallery Round-Up, "Welcome Home," The West Australian, August 1998
Judith McGrath, "Messages In Colour," Sunday Times, April 1998
"Bold Images," The West Australian, April 1998
Arts Today, Cover page, The West Australian, September 1996
The Chronicle Newspaper, Western Australia, 1996, 1998
The Post Newspapers, WA 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000

Selected Major Exhibitions

2005 "Young Masters Series," Galeria Aniela, Kangaroo Valley, NSW

"Brief Acquantances," House of Phillips Fine Art, Sydney

2004 "The Warm Earth," Gomboc Gallery, Perth

"New Works," Red Hill Fine Arts, Brisbane
"The Australian Painter," Palazzo Correr, Venice, Italy
"World of Her Own," Libby Edwards Gallery, Melbourne
"Recent Works," Pearlers Row Gallery, Broome
"New Works," Hill Smith Fine Arts, Adelaide

2003 "The Journey," Gomboc Gallery, Perth

Possession," Libby Edwards Gallery, Sydney
"Equity Properties," New York - 2 person show

2002 "Reminescence," Libby Edwards Gallery, Melbourne

"The Secret," Galerie Atelier, New York
"Royal Jubilee Celebration," Hertsfordshire, UK - 3 person show
Palazzo Correr, Venice, Italy - 3 person show

2001 Galerie Atelier, NY

"Introducing Regina Noakes," Libby Edwards Gallery - 3 person show
"Secrets and the Child," Vanessa Wood Fine Arts, Sydney

2000 "Guys and Dolls," Gadfly Gallery, Perth

"Inside Out," Agora Gallery, New York

1999 "Time Out," Gadfly Gallery, Perth

"Three WA Artists," North Shore Fine Arts, Sydney

1998 "New Works", North Shore Fine Arts, Sydney

"Vernissage," Accent Gallery, Perth

1997 "In Life," Accent Gallery, Perth

1996 "Birds in the Bush," Accent Gallery, Perth

1995 "Looking Out," Churchill Gallery, Perth

"Water and Moon," Art Heritage, Perth

Selected Group Exhibitions

2005 Medial Art Biennial, London

2003 Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy; Biennale Internationale Dell Arte Contemporanea, Florence; Traditions: Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL; Salec Minc Jewish Centre, Perth (cover artist); Soroptimist International, Fremantle, WA

2002 Gomboc Gallery 20th Anniversary, Perth; Australian Women Artists 1900 - 2002, Sydney; Exhibition on Paper, Pristiva Art Centre, Slovenia

2001 Queens Museum of Art, Fall Series, New York; Australian Women Artists 1900 - 2001; Sydney Garrison Spring Show, New York

2000 VAST, Max Lawson Gallery, Sydney; Artist Presentation Series: Katonah Museum of Art, NY; Salon 2000: Catskill, New York; National Arts Benefit, New York; 7th Annual Members' Show, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL; Contemporary Fine Art Expo, Barrett Art Centre, Poughkeepsie, NY; Artis Spectrum, Soho, NY; New York Art Expo 2000, Jacob Javits Convention Centre

1999 Salec Minc Jewish Centre, Perth; His Majesty's Theatre, Perth

1998 Westpac Redlands Art Exhibition, Sydney; Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth; Art Exchange International, London

Australian Artists: Ayre Gallery, London

Brief Acquaintances by Regina Noakes

Here are some images, many based in one way or another on the two books “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass”. Carroll’s Alice has been a perennial muse for many painters and writers. For me it began with the “Fall down the Rabbit Hole” and then “Through the Looking-Glass”. I have borrowed Carroll’s story elements involving nostalgia, a love of childhood vision and the use of parody or satire. Alice is always at the centre of the story encountering fools, mystics, and perhaps some of her own demons. I do not attempt to dramatize the stories and often find myself recreating episodes and characters in my own visual language. The unreality of the tales has a wild familiarity. We have all had encounters with the absurd. The dreamlike shifts of place and time find Alice in situations where she seeks enlightenment. The journey takes the young girl into curiouser and curiouser encounters within the dream from which she ultimately awakes. There have been many analyses of the stories and of Carroll, and I have avoided all of them. Do not decipher the images: just experience them. That’s what they’re for.

Well travelled Regina has studied and taught art and music in Singapore, Italy, the USA and Australia. She has had several solo shows in New York, and Australian cities including Sydney, and has participated in numerous group exhibitions in New York, Australia, Europe – 2001 Florence Biennale, London – “Celebrations – Jubilee Arts 2002” and in 2003 Chicago again, at the Three Arts Club.

Regina Noakes paintings have been illustrated on various occasions for cover pages – Western Review Arts Magazine, New York Expo 2000, Moondance Magazine (UK), CD cover image for WA Guitar Ensemble, and several articles on art. She has been a recipient of three Australian Visual Arts Grants and has twice won the Perpetual Trophy, Overall Winner for the Western Australia Society of Arts.

Her work is represented in numerous private, corporate and public collections around the world, including the Ministry of Water Resources. Sultanate of Oman, Fulham Palace, London, The Singapore Economic Board, Singapore, Perth Electoral Commission, Australia, Toyota Australia.

Viewing life as an aesthetic experience Regina translates memories and observations onto her canvasses. There are stories behind most of these paintings, and drama in the universals of companionship, love, age and acquiescence.  

A quiet sadness, even an air of gravity, sometimes occupies her figures, yet others exhibit light and joy. Several of her large-scale figurative paintings have references to herself and to her daughter. A point of focus in some of the experiences is the Doll, as a repository and reflection of human experiences, sometimes almost human, and more besides. There are references to Mughal art – flat surfaces, strong colours, cloisonné and also to Romanesque paintings – the iconic work from that period, and also the frequent focus on women. In a unique, figurative style that is poetic, spiritual and sometimes quirky,

Regina relies on the contribution of the viewer to translate each work into his or her own personal account.

  • Manhattan Galleries USA

  • Philips Fine Art

  • Hill Smith fine art gallery

  • ATELIER INTERNATIONAL ART GROUP

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