Paintings

  • Kirra Jamison

    Kirra Jamison cultivates ideas. Initial kernels of intuition germinate into lines, forms and patterns that branch and weave and interlay… continue reading.

  • Martine Edmur

    MARTINE EMDUR- THE ART OF IMMERSION What could possess more elemental duality than water? It is the source of life… continue reading.

  • Abbey McCulloch

    Women as social beings: mothers, daughters, sisters – the manner in which the feminine might present itself when the public… continue reading.

  • Joanna Logue

    Joanna Logue’s paintings are inspired by the landscape surrounding her studio in Oberon. Interested in the tension created by the juxtaposition… continue reading.

  • Sally West

    Drawing inspiration from the seascapes of Sydney and Bluey’s Beach on NSW mid north coast, contemporary artist Sally West  enjoys… continue reading.

  • John Marshall

  • Paul Waycott

  • Marisa Purcell

    or Marisa Purcell, paint acts as a medium between the empirical world of knowing and a release into the unknown…. continue reading.

  • Colin Pennock

    Irish-born artist Colin Pennock creates emotionally-driven abstracted landscapes that overflow with a controlled chaos of colour. With his studio nestled… continue reading.

  • Dale Frank

    Dale Frank is a contemporary Australian artist. Best known for his colorful paintings, he also works with sculpture, performance, and… continue reading.

  • Julian Meagher

    Growing up around the foreshore of Sydney Harbour, an area comprising some of our country’s most significant historical and cultural… continue reading.

  • Ari Athans

    “Science underpins all my work,” says Ari Athans. Geography, geology, and topography combine in her paintings to resonate with a… continue reading.

  • David Band

    David Band was born in Glasgow in 1959 and studied at the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College… continue reading.

  • Caroline Walls

    Caroline Walls draws inspiration from the movement and fluidity of the female form, moments of intimacy, contemporary perceptions of women’s… continue reading.

  • Michael Muir

    Michael Muir’s work explores the simplification and interpretation of various forms predominately being the built environment. With an emphasis on… continue reading.

  • Belinda Rogers

    Award winning Painter & Poet Belinda Rogers uses abstract forms as a mediation between the conscious and unconscious self. Belinda paints… continue reading.

  • Ian Rayer Smith

    Ian Rayer Smith says that in a world preoccupied with technology, there is something remarkable about painting. It connects us back… continue reading.

  • Sharyn McCombe

    Sharyn McCombe lives and works on the Mornington Peninsula.  She is currently completing an Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts at… continue reading.