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Paintings by Dore Stockhausen


Paintings can be purchased directly from oneofftwo in Nungurner or browse the collections below to make your selection. Unsure what to choose? Not a problem, simply email a photo of the wall/space you’d like to brighten up and we will return the photo to you with your selection/s photoshoped in.

Delivery can be arranged by contacting Dore or Marcus on 03 51563270 or via the contact page, but please be aware that prices listed here on our site are 'off the wall' so to speak and do not include packaging and delivery. 


All of Dore's paintings are mounted unframed with canvas stretched and bonded to dibond, a very flat and stable laminated aluminium composite panel. When finished the painting is supported and hung by aluminium square tube attached to the rear with industrial tape. When hung the paintings have a clean modern look with a shallow shadow line.


Painting Collections

'Step by Step II' by Dore Stockhausen, acrylic on canvas on aluminium composite panel 110 cm W x 122 cm H 2018.JPG

Current exhibition
’Walking Pace - Glimpses of Cradle Mountain’
9th June - 7th July 

Walking Pace is an exhibition of paintings that are the result of Dore’s two week residency at Cradle Mountain National Park during June 2018. She spent her time there exploring the unique surroundings by foot to absorb herself in the colours, patterns, and forms found within both the natural and the man-made. The paintings that came out of this process are not a portrayal of the actual landscape, but an engagement with its mystery. Dore wishes for the viewer to look more observantly at the world around them to see the beauty in the natural and the fabricated environments.

Dore’s latest exhibition of paintings were also shown at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery from 1st of March till the 30th of June 2019.

'Hobart, 1st sighting' - by Dore Stockhausen 2017. acrylic on canvas on dibond. 110cm W x 70cm H.JPG

Recent Paintings....


Three sightings of Hobart - viewed from a distant hill at night, and rather than depict reality, forms and colours are abstracted to evoke the essence of place and create a sense of timelessness. A floating glimpse into the past or future, a peripheral view of the moment 

Also a group of 5 paintings that are abstract expressions of photo images I took at night-time of the furled sails of a very old Broome pearling lugger that is occasionally moored at our local jetty.

And 3 sunsets....or rather, paintings of the feeling of being the sunset: the air, the water. All colour and light.

'First Thursday seven forty nine' - by Dore Stockhausen, acrylic on canvas on dibond, 55 cm H x 55 cm W3, 2017.JPG

High Times - 2017 exhibition


This series of paintings is the result of Dore's two weeks Artist residency at Falls Creek courtesy of the mountain management and their Arts and Culture program. 

Photos taken during her early morning or evening walks around the beautiful and varied alpine landscape provided the inspiration as well as the titles to this group of paintings.


'behind the dunes IV' - from 'point, pace and flow' by Dore Stockhausen, 2016 - 900mm W x 500mm H. acrylic on canvas on dibond.JPG

point, pace and flow - 2016 Exhibition

Dore's second solo painting exhibition has been inspired by her love of playfully taking photographs of night-time scenes, whereby using long exposures and thoughtful camera moves she captures the expected and unexpected.


Across and Beneath - 2016 exhibition

For the past 23 years jumping off the nearby jetty, staring at sunsets and swimming in the Gippsland Lakes has been an almost daily part of my life.

It’s about time that these waters appear in my work!




The Drive - 2016


This small series of works comes from an ongoing area of exploration; time, place and the peripheral view. In this instance, driving home along Nungurner road.




Spring Bloom - 2015 exhibition

We grew some tulips and jonquils which I photographed, cut and in vases against the night time blackness of our kitchen window.

Then I did these paintings.