Larry Mitchell, Judy Prosser, Ingrid Windram Exhibition

Three well established Western Australian artists unite in this joint exhibition that embodies their individual interpretation of the Western Australian landscape. Scoping from the dusty red North West with rugged cliffs, waterfalls, wildlife and the iconic Boab trees, all the way down to the green and lush forested South West, spectacular sandy beaches, rockpools and […]

Kerry Nobbs Exhibition – Spirit Of The Ocean 2nd March

Kerry Nobbs has enjoyed capturing beautiful moments along the Australian pristine coastline, it’s rugged mountain ranges and remote valleys and gorges. His latest body of work zones in on the energy of the wild ocean, stormy turbulent seas, and crashing waves. Kerry’s ability to portray the movement in the water with it’s foaming white wash […]

Kerry Nobbs Artist – Up Close & Personal

Landscape artist Kerry Nobbs has been exhibiting at JahRoc Galleries for over 7 years and is admired for his realist oil paintings of our local scenes. Kerry does a road trip to WA from Queensland nearly every year to gather further inspiration and subject matter that he takes home and turns into stunning canvases. With […]

JahRoc uses customer’s own salvaged marri timber…

Good things come to those with patience…. It was in 2004 when Guy and Pat first visited JahRoc and told us about a Marri tree that had fallen down on their property. They had approached the right person who slabbed it up for them on site. It was a massive tree, the base about 4 […]

Geoffrey Wake Artist – Up Close & Personal

Geoffrey Wake is a respected and awarded artist who is also a long standing arts educator. Working from the Fremantle PSAS shared art space Geoffrey creates striking abstract acrylic paintings. With a long career of solo and shared shows Geoffrey has developed a unique style that has been collected by art galleries, public institutions and […]

Summer Delight – Mixed Christmas Exhibition

JahRoc Galleries are proud to present a stunning mixed Christmas Exhibition to celebrate the 2017 year end. The gallery is transformed with so much new art and furniture, giving yet another unique experience to our regular Summer visitors. You will enjoy new work by some of the your favourite JahRoc artists, and also discover artists […]

Philip Drummond Artist – Up Close & Personal

As a teenager in suburban Australia in the 1970’s Philip Drummond struggled to see a place for himself in the narrow life choices that were on offer. Rejecting school and the path to a white collar job he left home worked, travelled and mixed in creative circles. Supporting himself as a house painter Philip Drummond […]

Ralph Stanton Artist – Up Close and Personal

With a background in architecture/town planning Ralph Stanton found his way into visual arts later in life. Taking inspiration from the West Australian light and landscape and from Abstract Expressionism  – particularly the ideas of New York School painter Mark Rothko  – he creates striking paintings rich in colour and texture. As an artist he […]

Who Is David Bromley?

In this Q&A video interview David Bromley gives us an incredibly personal insight into his personal and artistic journey so far. Listen to David Bromley talk openly about a wide range of topics in this 29 minute video, time well spent in getting to know the man behind his art. Born in 1960 in Sheffield, […]

“Folded Ranges” Burl Desk – In The Making

We are very excited about our latest JahRoc Furniture design that has landed in the gallery this week. It is something so incredibly unique, a design that was born in pure harmony with the unique and ancient salvaged burl slab. The new desk is called ‘Folded Ranges’ and the design is based on land formations […]