Picture Show | Max Hensser



WHEN: 3 Apr 2019 – 7 Apr 2019


Encouraged by the success of his debut exhibition last September, Max is looking forward to sharing previously unseen paintings and drawings, as well as a few key works from his first show.

Most of the new pictures are A3 size, & offered in mounts, unframed. Please come and enjoy, bring friends, and enjoy these landscapes from some of our beautiful Australian wilderness.

Preview Tuesday 2nd April | 5-8pm.

Exhibition opens Wednesday 3rd April | 6-8pm.

Continues until Sunday 7th April.

Gallery open Tuesday - Sunday | 11am-5pm.

About Max

Max enjoyed a 40 year career as a Professional Film Location Sound Recordist working predominately in the Documentary Field. He trained in London in the late 60’s and worked on many varied projects in the UK, Australia & worldwide.

Some film project examples:

A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick, 1971), Sound assistant & Narration Recordist

As Location Sound Recordist & provider of all Audio Equipment:

Tamu, The story of Donald Friend in Bali (1972)
Lalai Dreamtime & Floating
Two Documentaries of the Worora, Ngarinjin & Wunnambul people in the Kimberley (1973 Dir. Michael Edols).
Birdmen of Kilimanjaro (1982)

Best Sound, AFI Award

Art From The Heart (Dir Richard Moore)
The story of various Aboriginal artists creating
In Central Australia.
An Artist in Egypt ~ with Tim Storrier.
Athur Boyd ~ Dir Don Bennett,
Charles Blackman ~ Dir Richard Moore.

IMAX ~ The African Elephants,
recorded in Kenya in the Masai Mara.

The False door at Saqqara ~ with Phillip Adams ~
In Egypt. Dir Paul Cox.

Beyond the Dreamtime ~ With Charles Mountford.

First Life ~ with David Attenborough (2010).

As an aspiring Artist:

Max has little formal training as an artist, however he has studied & practiced Life Drawing since 2010, with teachers such as Victoria Peel here in Sydney, and with Ron Curran in Byron Bay.

He has also completed a course in Printmaking in 2018.

His favourite pastime is going into nature & drawing and painting Landscapes.

Max's first show was at Duckrabbit Gallery in Redfern
in 2018. Art is now his full time occupation, and he is working towards his exhibition at 107 Redfern Street, Sydney, in April 2019.