Ernesto Arrisueno | The Exchange | 96 x

His works are acclaimed as having a crisp reality, creating an air of mystical calm, a world of still waters, a myriad of flowers, and isolated enigmatic figures.

An expressionist and an environmentalist painter Rachel prefers to paint about locations that are surviving rather than focus on an area that is in demise.

Julian Eather

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Catherine Fitzgerald

Coming Soon.

An established Sydney artist whose favourite medium is oil paint. She says this allows for greater expression, although the gouaches are also very bright and colourful.

Recognised as Australia’s foremost contemporary female Artist for her thick impasto palette

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Mignon Parker

Showing a selection  of panel works vibrant and unusual featuring fruits and figures, involving a process of oxidisation and patina in which she uses several applications of paints, acids and iron filings to achieve an aged antique metallic look.

Warren Salter

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Neil Taylor

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David's work seeks expression primarily to the Australian landscape in all its manifestations, this may include the outback, the built environment, and the sea. 

Belinda Black | Poppies in Glass | 60 x

Her fine watercolours in rare and interesting old vases, jugs and bowls, combine traditional elements with her innovative style.

As a contemporary artist, Judith moves forward in an unseen order, a rhythm, and a surprise. Transformation is the biggest rule of her creative process: the altering of reality so that her expression can exist as something new altogether.

His paintings show an unusually sensitive response to the brilliance and clarity of light, combined with his natural ability as a colourist.

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Working in a lively medium of acrylics and sealed oil glazes, Jenny Fusca often paints on oversized canvases - which brings the blooms to life for an immersive experience.

One of Australia's best outback and Australian bush artists - capturing the perspective, light and colours to perfection.

Influences in her work have come from her professional career as a Biochemist and Zoologist, her travels around the world with her husband Jeff Ogg (who is a Veterinary Surgeon), and her mother - prominent artist Gwen Pratt (FRAS).

John’s artwork has been described as “feeling” or “mood” art; as it has a way of touching people, evoking feelings and memories from within themselves.

Jan Stapelton | Billabong Lilies in the

Jan says her passion for the landscape's and painting landscapes, makes her feel ‘enlivened and connected’ to the ‘energy and spirit’ of the places that she paints. - becoming more than what can be physically ‘seen’.

Wendy Wooden | Weekend in Noosa | 80x80.

Wendy Wooden

A feast for the eye and a decorator’s delight, ranging from: beautiful beach scenes, waterscapes reflecting the coastal ambiance, Mediterranean village life, large contemporary paintings and sensuous figurative pieces.

His paintings provoke strong emotional attachment, they are warm, restful, and take one's imagination on an amazing and harmonious journey. 

Lucette DaLozzo | Ainsi Va La Vie 44 | 7

From music to dreams, Lucette possesses a unique method of interpretation and understanding, bringing to light the finer details one might ordinarily miss.

Peter is a self-taught artist, his style has varied hues, lushly applied and careful compositions are infused with emotion. Bush scenes are softened with his impressionistic view landscapes.  

Sue Fyfe _ Textured Gum Leaves III

Sue's latest work of textured gum leaves are brilliantly unique - with each individual leaf having it's own detail.

John Lovett

John’s unique interpretation of the Australian landscape, people and environment around him is enhanced by his use of light, vibrant colour with a strong sense of design - whether it be the rocky escarpment of Arnhem Land or the shores of Sydney Harbour.

Janet paints with the intention for her artworks to be seen through her eye's, with brilliant varied dazzling colour and hugeness of the natural landscape which leave her breathless. 

“My paintings are my ultimate fairy tale splashed across the canvas, capturing my freedom and passion as an artist in the brightest and boldest colours imaginable” - STARR.

Freda works in fine detail using strong colour to create pieces which glow with life
and light. This results in highly successful warm paintings that demonstrate her ability to capture and recreate the images realistically. 

Unique in detail, each of Ann's paintings are incredible to view to the naked eye. Reflecting the time and expertise that has gone into each of her artworks which she paints with oil on board.