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Gary Rance

Gary Rance

Gary Rance has been a sculptor for over 30 years. His chosen medium is cast bronze
The motif of the figure is a platform to draw our attention to issues.

Ken Johnson

Ken Johnson

Ken Johnson has been a professional artist for 55 years, selling his first painting at age 15. His international career has spanned 48 years, having had solo and group exhibitions within Australia and internationally including Switzerland, New York, New Mexico, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Italy, London, Norway, Syria, India, Portugal, Japan, Shanghai and Seoul.

Deborah Halpern OAM

Deborah Halpern OAM

Halpern is a multi-disciplinary artist who explores the mediums of sculpture, painting, pottery, glass blowing and printmaking. Her work can be exuberant and whimsical but is also imbued with a deep artistry.

Ashika

Ashika

Formally trained at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, Canada, Ashika was awarded a “Special Talent Visa” in 1999 that enabled him to further his career as a stone sculptor in Melbourne, Australia.

Edward Coleridge

Edward Coleridge

I have always been drawn to trying to depict landscape, accompanied by a fascination with the Ordnance Survey maps of Britain and the mysteries they contain.
The flattish land with views to the declining end of the Great Diving Range is an ideal landscape subject, a stage for the theatre of the harvest, and the spectacular light shows nature provides.

Steve Sedgwick

Steve Sedgwick

Steve Sedgwick's abstract landscapes are inspired by the smells, sounds and sights he experiences outdoors.
“I don’t like predictable. It’s got to be an exciting process,” he said.

Robert Whitson

Robert Whitson

Whitson has refined a technique reminiscent of pointillism stemming from the Impressionists of the 19thCentury, where layered paint and therefore different colours are applied using dots to create abstract landscape imagery with figurative and narrative dimensions. The choice of palette and pointillist gestures extend on the typically calming pointillism landscapes of the Impressionists and invite the viewer to imagine and see what lies below the surface of dominant Australian mythic landscapes.

Peter Gardiner

Peter Gardiner

Peter Gardiner has an innate connection with forests. "I paint pictures of forests mostly. I like the mysterious stage of the deep woods. Sometimes I burn it; fire is a character that looms large in the Australian experience. No point in ignoring it.."

Joanne Sisson

Joanne Sisson

Sisson’s style reflects her genuine love of the natural world and possess a playful sense of inquiry, exploration and joyfulness.

Lucy McEachern

Lucy McEachern

Lucy is a leading sculptor of birds. Her chosen medium is bronze. The simplified and elegant lines of her works make them very tactile.