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Trisha works from her studio gallery ‘Trisha’s on Blueys’ at Blueys Beach on the mid north coast of NSW.
Trisha's artwork constantly evolves, is sold internationally and has appeared in ‘Australian Artist’.
Creating impressionist abstract pieces on large canvas, with vibrant colour, texture & movement is her pleasure. She likes using a variety of techniques and collaborating with clients on commission work.
Living in the UK, South Africa and Australia sharply influenced Hilary's appreciation of nature's diversity. A love of texture and exuberant colour are the keystones of her work. Australia presents a vibrant palette from the Outback to its beaches. Texture and form can be found in a dry river bed or where a bright yellow flower struggles for water in the crevices of a granite boulder. As an artist Hilary is compelled to respond to this wonderful diversity of form and colour.
Over time Hilary's painting has shifted from oils to acrylics. In a similar fashion her style moved from realism to abstraction. Each work has a life of its own. Her creative process involves turning the canvas multiple times while she is working and the result is often a piece which can be hung vertically or horizontally. 'I want to leave my work open to the imagination and invite the viewer to create their own individual interpretation.'
Exhibitions: Johannesburg, South Africa Agora Gallery, New York Bondi Pavillion, Sydney
Growing up in a very artistic family Steven was interested at an early age in observational and impressionistic art. Growing up near Manly Dam he was always inspired by natural landscapes, forms, colours and light.
This is one of Graham Barclay’s oyster sheds captured by Steve in beautiful light.
Julie has been a Visual Arts educator for the last 30+ years and in her retirement has found time to pursue her own creativity. She works in her own studio pursuing painting, sculpture and jewellery!
Currently Julie is using mostly acrylic paint to explore the plants and landscape around her...breaking down the background into facets. She also incorporates stamping.
Emma’s birds and landscapes emanuate movement, vibrancy and wonder. Drawing inspiration from luminosity and the psychology of colour. Her textured paintings express her intrinsic relationship with the environment.
Born in the late seventies Emma’s earlier work was defined by her childhood surroundings in the Isle of Wight, UK. Now based in the Mid coast of NSW after moving on from some stints in Sydney, one of which completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Paddington.
Emma’s artistic practice explores the expansive space, rhythm and intensity of colour found in Australia’s landscape, Emma has exhibited in Australia, New Zealand and the UK, also commissioned to paint abstracts for TV shows such as The Bachelor, The Apprentice, The Biggest Loser and Dating in the Dark.