SO UNIQUE 🙌
We are absolutely loving the use of colour, quirkiness and creativity.
Acrylic, enamel, marker, pastel have been used to portray an Aussie boxing kangaroo.
Mixed media on canvas.
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Each animal drawing I create is a snapshot of the intensity that nature can posses in its quiet moments.
I aim to capture that unique beauty and emotion that every animal has, through fine articulate details.
- Alana Jones
Limited Edition Print
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This print was inspired by the designers’ love of nature and brilliant colours that are found in flora.
Wandering Waratah reveals a naturally found palette of rich sunburst ochre and tangerine in a stunning display of botanical splendor.
Inspired by site specific art photography of Australian flora. Kate St James and Catherine Whitting have translated photography into a bold, strong and painterly artwork.
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Judy is a senior artist working at Yuendumu 400km west of Alice Springs.
A vibrant painter, Judy is renowned for her abstract infusions of intense and sometimes dramatic colour combinations.
Her subject matter commonly reflects Mini Mina (her ancestral country) or Dreamings connected to it.
Exploring the sacredness of place and song in her culture. Judy is at the forefront of a move towards its abstract rendering, presenting canvases of contemporary diversity.
Such a creative piece of art 🎨🖌
Acrylic on stretched linen.
Mina Mina Hairstring
Judy Watson Napangardi
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Nude, but not naked.
When a model comes in to an artist’s studio to pose, her personality is obvious in the clothes that she wears.
When she strips and assumes a pose she is naked, presenting the artist with an object to depict as she pleases.
I love to observe the ways the nude still tells a story, jewellery, hairstyles, tattoos and scars reveal the complex person within.
- Maria Radun
Oil on canvas
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The Ashes tells a story of loss, perseverance and positivity.
These collaborative beautiful large scale tree prints pay tribute to the library of information each one of these trees hold.
With each tree growing one ring annually these rings show a story of drought, fire, disease, insect plagues, wildlife and excessive rain. Long after these trees have fallen they continue to change shape, swelling, splitting and contracting with the exposure to rain and sun.
Besides the environmental story each tree has a human story to tell.
The Ashes Original Relief Print
Karen & Cathy
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“Every year, hundreds of deeply talented Indigenous artists share their stories and histories through brilliant artworks submitted for the annual Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA). We’re proud to announce that, Western Australia artist Ngarralja Tommy May is the winner of the overall 2020 Telstra Art Award for his incredible piece, Wirrkanja 2020.” Ginelle Sharpie...
It would be rare for anyone to return from Iceland without a photo or ten of these lovely animals.
They are very hardy and endure all sorts of weather which makes for some amazing photo opportunities in the sometimes bleak landscape of Iceland.
We are loving this so much.
Fine Art Photography
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The piece continues to explore the solitary image in the landscape and the emotions that this evokes.
This painting is a little retro for me. It is an oil piece on composite board, inspired by all the terrible times that the farmers are struggling with, to simply survive.
I have been so moved by the constant battle that these incredibly resilient people keep fighting, in such a vast and unforgiving landscape.
- Lucinda Leveille
Turn Right At The Tree
Oil on composite board
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SO VIBRANT 💗
Made with love, this artwork is a burst of blue and pink tones that comes to life.
This painting will surely bring warmth and positivity to any room.
It is vibrant oil, acrylic and spray paint and it is truly a stunning piece.
Truly and Madly
Oil on stretched canvas.
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SO CREATIVE 🧡
A pool of translucent water. Crescent moon in evening sky.
Forest trees reflect the jewels in the stream. A seed awakens. Two hearts are in the seed.
We are loving the flow of colour and movement in this piece 😍
Rules of the Night
Flow acrylic on board.
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SO LIVELY 🌼
We can look to the diversity of nature where the dragonfly lives in balance with the butterfly, in which we learn how to live in balance with each other.
As the honey bee collects pollen from the flower for further expansion, we learn that every choice we make can effect others around us and teach us to make better choices to live in harmony together.
Nature does does not dwell on the past but lives strong today to create more growth for tomorrow, therefore if we remember the past but work together today toward an all inclusive future where we respect and recognise the beauty of our diversity we recognise that we are all connected.
Limited Edition Print
Beauty in Diversity – Spirit of Nature
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SO TRANQUIL 💙
A yearning for the Australian bush manifests in imperfect dreams, of country, of wide spaces and sharp wood; the curves of hills and nature that strives for the sky.
We are so in love with this piece and the natural world.
Fine Art Photography
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SO BRIGHT 🎨
This artwork was purely about the joy of colour and abstract shapes and how those simple things can trigger memories.
Although I didn’t set out to paint this in particular, this painting reminds me of the Mountain Goat enclosure at Taronga Zoo.
The colours in this painting are joyful and the design is eye catching. There are lots of crayon lines and while the colour palette looks simple at first glance, there is lots of subtle variation to discover up close.
We are loving this abstract piece.
- Bronwyn Barton
In The Balance
Acrylic on canvas.
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SO MUCH BEAUTY 😍
I recently visited Blue lotus water-garden in Melbourne. What a beautiful place for nature lovers and photographers to enjoy thousands of glorious lilies.
It’s a replica of Monet’s garden.Similar painting can be done in any required size.There is a lot of texture in this small piece applied with a palette knife.
- Liliana Gigovic
Water lilies No 22
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Much of Michael Nelson's work focuses on stories and imagery from the Mt Singleton area near Yuendumu and tells of traditional Dreaming stories including Possum, Kangaroo, Emu and Lightning.
This piece has been created with patterns over existing designs, such as in this painting.
Acrylic on stretched canvas.
Lolly Tree Lightening
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Feet splayed wide bracing against the rocking of the boat I round the corner to the roar of the powerful Sterling Falls.
The spray hits me as the water cascades down the shear drop and over the rocks reaching the salty waters of the Milford Sounds in New Zealand’s stunning far south.
- Kate Hanton
This image has many faces. How many can you see?
Photographic print on acid free archival paper.
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