Esteemed as one of the most original and important ceramicists of her generation.
A figurative still life painter, Christine Webb evokes the floral silhouettes of Margaret Preston
Claire Tozer’s mesmerising line work has an intricacy parallel to delicately threaded stitches.
Coco is a practicing artist specialising in Painting and Ceramics.
Dion defines her large scales works as a place of both discovery and intrinsic communion.
Debbie's coastal oil paintings explore that mysterious, elusive tidal boundary between land and sea
Mallyon's aerial viewpoint stems from his extensive involvement with indigenous print making.
Izette Felthun is a ceramic artist who grew up and was educated in South Africa.
Jacqueline Fowler’s vision of the still life is that of subdued light, where the sun dances.
Jane Canfield's palette in many of her works is paler and the patterns of nature more pronounced.
For Jo Darvall, art and storytelling are intrinsically linked. A love of story inspires her work
Classical and mythological interpretations of the landscape are rare in Australian art.
An unorthodox printmaker and a storyteller with a purpose, Judith’s works are compelling narratives
Kate Nielsen's work researches and explores places that hold memory, capturing the rhythms of life.
Keith Betts is a Sydney-based painter who works primarily in landscapes.
Ken Knight Artist
An impressionist ‘plein-air’ painter, Ken’s work is charged with a freshness & spontaneity.
Rich in composition, Bosch’s practice evokes the printmaking masters of the contemporary world.
Kwirak Choung combines his expertise in wood fired kilns with his knowledge of Taoism and Buddhism
Leah's work taps into the emotional gravity of a place, its memory, its pulse, its rawness and power
Rich in movement, intricate, profoundly faceted detail is a hallmark of Lisa Rochfort’s work.
Luke Wagner's coastal views of real and imagined landscapes are painted with an ethereality.
The work of Marika Varady is anti-literal. Her forms could be plumes of flame or moving cloud format
Mary's highly sculptural still life compositions showcase the understated beauty of simple objects
Melissa Read-Devine paints a vision of colour and light as a vibrating whole.
Michaela brings elements of magic into her interpretation of her somewhat fantastical landscapes
Mitsuo Shoji left Japan at 26 and taught, exhibited and lived internationally for almost 50 years.
Unexpected myriads sprout in the dancing leaves and branches of Nat Ward’s wetlands paintings.
The large scale contemporary abstract works of Pamela Honeyfield evoke the landscape ..
Devoted landscape maverick, Patrick Carroll's mantra was "Life is Enough". Life and art intertwined.
McCarthy’s plein-air vision of the bush is one of energised colour giving his paintings exotic flair
Stallard describes himself as an “Emotional Abstractionist”
Phillip Russell is a Sydney-based artist who paints the Australian bush with simplistic realism.
Sometimes the genre of still life glorifies the mundane, bringing powerful presence to the humble
Sally Stokes is a Sydney based abstract landscape artist who works from her Dural studio.
Shannon Garson’s work articulates landscape using domestic pots as vessels ...
Susan Sheridan is an award-winning artist who has been a seven time AGNSW Wynne Prize Finalist
Susanna Chen Chow
Susanna is a colourist whose deeply idiosyncratic work bridges landscape and pure abstraction
The relationship between ceramics and the landscape is ever-present in Suvira McDonald’s work
An official artist for two Royal Tours, Fuller has been painting Australia for over four decades