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Even in the darkest of places we must believe there will be a glimmer of light.⁣

It might take everything you have to propel yourself to search for it, but let the hope of finding it drive you. ⁣

Kellie North⁣
Find the Light⁣
Giclee print on High Quality Archival paper⁣
Available in 4 sizes⁣

View more of Kellie's work here:⁣

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This painting attempts to portray the sound of water in an ecological context. ⁣

The way the geography of the world itself makes sound. ⁣

There is something elemental, and powerful, and pure, in the sound of a wild river flowing. ⁣

The sounds do not exist in isolation, but in conjunction. ⁣

An attentive description with a touch of synaesthesia* – the elements of the ‘geophony’ are placed in strategic resonance with one another. ⁣

Cry of the River⁣
Acrylic on three cradled plywood panels⁣
Size: 183w x 91h x 2d cms⁣

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Yunghi (Sun Spirit) and Bannoona (Moon Spirit) come together on a new moon and discuss what to do about the weather every month. ⁣

Then on a full moon Bannoona starts the month with stirring up everything and makes everything active.⁣

In my tribe we rely a lot on the full moon as it’s easier to hunt. ⁣

At night as it’s like daytime and we can see everything, as well it’s cooler than the hot day. ⁣

Lionel Phillips⁣
The Sun and the Moon⁣
Acrylic on stretched canvas⁣
Size: 121w x 100h x 4.5d cms⁣

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A bronze sculpture of a fox terrier cross.

Inspired by the very cute, cheeky dog of a woman I met recently.

Foxy seemed to be a loveable, laid back pet who would run around looking for attention, then suddenly curl up on her hession cushion with her front legs crossed.

Mela Cooke
Bronze sculpture with grey patina
Size: 40w x 19h x 26d cms

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The Kombi and the beachside cottage remind me of summer holidays spent in a fibre shack beside the beach. ⁣

When the weather turned bad and a storm threatened, playing with the dogs was an endless source of amusement. ⁣

It’s a big bright colourful work that will cheer up any space.⁣

Mary Conder⁣
Dog’s Day Afternoon⁣
Acrylic on stretched canvas⁣
Size: 152w x 92h x 3.5d cms⁣

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Inspired by the sea and sky, and the space between and beyond.⁣

Shell’s new works are large format statement artworks, rich in mood, tones and flowing forms.⁣

​Each image has an inherent stillness held within, evoking a recognition of nature’s rhythmic architecture, be it sea or sky, water and wave. ⁣

Shell Bankier⁣
Fine art photography print on premium lustre archival canvas ⁣
Available in 4 sizes ⁣

View more of Shell's work here:⁣

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This piece is a member of the series of works concerning ‘solitary’. ⁣

My journey of exploring the solitary in the landscape is expanding. ⁣

The inhabitants of this small area have sheltered together in their isolated world against the coming invasion of the dust storm.⁣

I simply fell in love with the quote – our dreams are not for sale.⁣

A reflection of the quiet before the storm and the eerie stillness that precedes the wild weather to come. ⁣

The fragility, the strength and the security of a sanctuary are all here. ⁣

Lucinda Leveille⁣
Dream Dust⁣
Oil on stretched canvas⁣
Size: 122w x 122h x 4d cms⁣

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My favourite vintage woollen blanket, its colours beautifully transitional and bright. ⁣

Our home surrounded by huge Mountain Ash eucalypts, the largest flowering tree in the world.⁣

A small branch collected from lofty heights found fresh at its feet.⁣

A vision in isolation and a story to tell wrapped in its vintage arms. ⁣

Alicia Cornwell⁣
Gum Leaves and the Harlequin Blanket⁣
Oil on stretched canvas⁣
Size: 53.8w x 79.2h x 5.5d cms⁣

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An original watercolour painting of Hedges Avenue Mermaid Beach in QLD. ⁣

“I hope to inject the finished piece with some of the energy and passion I feel about the location.”⁣

Matteo Bozina⁣
Hedges Avenue⁣
Original Watercolour on Baohong 300gsm medium paper⁣
Size: 46w x 61h cms⁣

Available at:⁣

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A portrait of two young women relining and in that state of daydreaming when sleep is fast approaching. ⁣

Painted in oils on canvas, I used two very different approaches with my application of paint for this work. ⁣

My objective was to create a dreamlike atmosphere where both the women and their surrounds would be one world that would overlap and bleed into the other. ⁣

Kathryn Fenton⁣
Oil painted on deep gallery canvas⁣
Size: 91w x 121h x 4d cms⁣

Available at:⁣

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There is a lot to discover in this painting and the more you look at it the more familiar the shapes and forms become. ⁣

It was inspired by a rainforest walk where all your senses were on high alert to the colours and twisting shapes that surround you. ⁣

Linda Neil⁣
Rainforest Walk⁣
Acrylic on stretched linen canvas⁣
Size: 75w x 49h x 4d cms⁣

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Biren Gaureima in the Bundjalung-Yugambeh language means ‘Salt-Water Story’. ⁣

This piece highlights how Aboriginal Nations feel a strong obligation to remember their ancestors’ journeys. ⁣

Connected spiritually through the totem and to embrace a sophisticated knowledge system of natural sciences like inventing sustainable, renewable and biodegradable tools to look after communities. ⁣

Brad Turner⁣
Biren Gaureima (Salt-Water Story)⁣
Acrylic on stretched canvas⁣
Size: 184w x 124h x 6d cms⁣

View more of Brad's work here:⁣

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Repost from @artgalleryofnsw

The Archibald Prize 2021 tour opens at Maitland Regional Art Gallery today!

Head to the Hunter Valley and see the winners and finalists from this historic 100th year of the nation’s favourite portrait prize.

You can buy your tickets when you visit, or book in advance via the link in @maitlandregionalartgallery’s bio.

Visit MRAG from 10am–5pm Tuesday to Sunday and until 8pm every Friday night during the exhibition to see these incredible artworks, on tour from the Art Gallery of NSW. And don't forget to cast your vote for the ANZ People's Choice Award – with a $500 cash prize to be won!

The Archibald Prize 2021 is open at Maitland Regional Art Gallery until Sunday 6 March.


Image: Archibald Prize 2021 finalist, Julian Meagher 'Fozzy' (detail) © the artist

@MyMaitland #MRAG #MaitlandRegionalArtGallery #ArchibaldPrizeMaitland #ArchibaldPrize #ArchibaldPrize2021 @anz_au

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Inspired by the view of Western Port Bay from Bass in Victoria. ⁣

I love the lush greens of the Bass hills and pastures at this time of the year. ⁣

This is one of my favourite local views to which I keep returning. ⁣

I aimed to capture the beautiful serenity of this scene using a minimalist, hard edge technique. ⁣

Marian Quigley⁣
Western Port Spring⁣
Acrylic on stretched linen⁣
Size: 60.5w x 45.5h x 3.5d cms⁣

Available at:⁣

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REK’s gregarious nature is embodied in his recent collection of botanical abstract work.⁣

The liquified paint trails emulate the much craved rain drops we long for in Australia. ⁣

Celebrating spring time and the hopeful dawning of a new chapter post COVID lockdowns.⁣

Capturing Australia’s magnificent native flora, named in Italian meaning “Long Live Nature”. ⁣

REK explores the Sculptural nature of these favourite flowers, using varied multi-layered techniques. ⁣

Viva La Natura – (Flora Australis)⁣
Acrylic, Graphite, charcoal and acrylic pen on cotton stretched canvas⁣
Size: 181w x 91h x 4d cms⁣

View more of REK's work here:⁣

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This is Cabbage Tree Creek, Shorncliffe. ⁣

As the sunlight has left the sky, and the lights downstream become more prominent. ⁣

A small dinghy heads upstream towards the boat ramp. ⁣

Michael Cawdrey⁣
Evening At Cabbage Tree Creek⁣
Acrylic on deep sided wooden panel⁣
Size: 40w x 30h x 4d cms⁣

View more of Michael's work here:⁣

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Check out our feature artist Chris Riley. Currently showing at our Gold Coast Gallery.

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