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Adriane Strampp, Void, oil and wax on linen, 152x152cm
Adriane Strampp
Adriane Strampp's works examine the subtleties and nuances of memory and experience through poetic imagery and personal mythology.
martin-king-flow IV, etching and watercolour, 17.5x91 cm, edition 20 - Copy
Martin King
Martin King is one of Australia's leading printmakers. His work is embedded in the Australian psyche; making connections between land, sea and air.
Ian Friend, Hope I (for H.L.K.F), Indian ink, gouache and crayon on paper, 2000-2014, 112x76cm
Ian Friend
Ian Friend is an English-born, Australian artist whose subtle, evocative works on paper reflect his longstanding engagement with jazz, poetry and architecture.
Jennifer Goodman, Musing, 200x120cm
Jennifer Goodman
Jennifer Goodman is an contemporary artist whose interest in geometric abstraction informs her refined painting practice.
Sam Michelle, Textiles and Roses, 2018, oil on canvas, 73x93cm
Sam Michelle
Sam Michelle's still-life paintings offer a fresh interpretation of a traditional genre.
Belinda Fox, Still Life (fill m up), 2016, 110x100cm
Belinda Fox
Belinda Fox is a multi-disciplinary artist whose delicately rendered works explore fragility and global concerns.
Christopher Pease, Flora and Fauna iv, oil on linen, 70x43cm
Christopher Pease
Christopher Pease is an Australian artist of Indigenous and European heritage whose painting practice explores the relationship between these two cultures.
Kirstin Berg, Cathedral, pigment, ink ash on paper, 220x240cm
Kirstin Berg
Kirstin Berg is a Melbourne / Berlin based artist examining the forces that occur in nature and how these mirror our psychological and physical experience.
Dadang Christanto, Torture 2, 2014, 90x60cm
Dadang Christanto
Dadang Christanto is an internationally acclaimed Indonesian artist whose painting and installation practice honours the victims of crimes against humanity.
Kirrily Hammond, Armadale, Victoria 2017, oil on linen, 31x31cm
Kirrily Hammond
Kirrily Hammond's practice encompasses painting, printmaking and drawing to create sensitive interpretations of her surroundings.
Lynda Draper, White Lion, 2017, hand-built earthenware, glazes, 47x30x30cm
Lynda Draper
Lynda Draper is primarily an object maker working in the ceramics medium.
Isobel Clement, Raft 2, 64x64cm
Isobel Clement
Isobel Clement is a still life painter who works with a reduced palette to create elegant compositions with a focus on form and balance.
Painting by Dena Kahan
Dena Kahan
Dena Kahan's delicate oil paintings are a meditation on the desire for order, which explore the links between subject and materiality.
Catherine Nelson, Danube Storm, 2012, Pigment Print, Edition of 7
Catherine Nelson
Catherine Nelson combines photography and digital technology to construct immersive images of her experience of the world.
Junko Go, Free Rangers Freedom
Junko Go
Junko Go's lyrical paintings reflect an interest in eastern philosophy as an expression of what it is to be human.
Charmaine Pike, Toqueville, acrylic on board, 120x120cm
Charmaine Pike
Charmaine Pike is known for her gestural and expressive painting style. Her personified landscapes explore drama and psychological tension.
Rachel Coad, Mark, oil on linen, 185x185cm
Rachel Coad
Rachel Coad's large scale figurative works in sepia tones create a sense of nostalgia.
Andrew Seward, Seaweed 3, 2009, pencil
Andrew Seward
Andrew Seward's practice is concerned primarily with rendering delicate graphite drawings of foliage and flora from the land and sea.
Fiona Hiscock
Fiona Hiscock is a ceramicist who creates large-scale utilitarian bowls and vessels primarily as a surface for painting native species of flora.
Sue Lovegrove, No. 10, 2018
Sue Lovegrove
Sue Lovegrove paints an intimate and personal experience of the landscape, often isolated and remote locations such as Antarctica & Macquarie Island.
Eric Bridgeman, Mori, 2017, type-c print, 130x110cm, ed of 5
Eric Bridgeman
Eric Bridgeman is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work encompasses photography, performance, video, & installation.
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