Frank Boyle, Offerings I. Oil on canvas, 92 x 122cm.

Gallery panel: Frank Boyle

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I always enjoy a painterly approach to a subject and here Frank has a lovely loose stroke across the whole canvas...
Daevid Anderson, Kong & Co. Oil on board, 30 x 30cm.

Best of still life: Daevid Anderson

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Daevid Anderson only started focusing on the unique potential of still life painting a few years ago...
Laura White, Bottles & Banksias. Oil on canvas, 62 x 76cm.

Best Of Still Life: Laura White

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Laura practices the Flemish painting technique, using multiple layering methods and translucent glazes to build up her colours, achieving depth and texture.
Kathryn Lewis, Big Bunch of Flowers. Oil on stretched canvas, 91 x 91cm.

Q+A: Kathryn Lewis

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INSPIRED BY THE HIDDEN ENVIRONMENTS OF WILDLIFE IN WESTERN NEW SOUTH WALES, KATHRYN LEWIS CREATES COMPLEX GARDEN LANDSCAPES AND STILL LIFES.
Sandra Kaija Oost, Branches, 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 106.5 x 81cm.

Q+A: Sandra Kaija Oost

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SANDRA KAIJA OOST CREATES COLOURFUL, JOYFUL FLORAL PAINTINGS USING SPRAY PAINT, COLLAGE AND ACRYLICS.
Siân Eloise Medill, Earth Soldier, 2018. Textile on canvas, framed, 111 x 111cm.

Artist profile: Siân Eloise Medill

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SIÂN ELOISE MEDILL’S TEXTILE WORKS CAN CONTAIN UP TO 30,000 HAND-CUT FABRIC TILES. SHE TALKS TO ART EDIT ABOUT PROCESS AND PATIENCE.
Vanessa Whittington, The Saffron Coast. Oil on custom made linen stretcher, 92 x 122cm.

Artist profile: Vanessa Whittington

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KATIE MILTON DISCOVERS HOW BLUE MOUNTAINS-BASED PAINTER VANESSA WHITTINGTON CAPTURES AUSTRALIA’S STAGGERING NATURAL BEAUTY.

Artist Profile: Gail Edmonds

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SYDNEY-BASED PAINTER GAIL EDMONDS’ ECLECTIC PRACTICE HAS A COMMON THREAD: IT’S AN EXPRESSION OF WHAT SHE FEELS.

Ones to watch: Susan Gustafson

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Susan rises to the challenge of transforming her ideas into something tangible, all the while being aware of balance, composition, energy and freshness.

Ones to watch: David Waters

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David’s command of his medium is very apparent. His stone works are at once strong and subtle.