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.

Ones to watch: Daniel Butterworth

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Daniel’s loose and free approach to his medium is captivating!
Chelle Destefano, Stormy Seas Boat. Watercolour, ink, gouache, pastel on cold-pressed watercolour paper, 21 x 30cm.

Ones to watch: Chelle Destefano

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Chelle’s dynamic compositions speak to an untold depth of knowledge and research. Each piece provokes thought, discussion and introspection.

Ones to watch: Kerry Candarakis

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Kerry’s use of colour evokes a psychological and physical response, drawing the viewer in and inviting them to stay a while...
Dalmatian.Waiting.Gold. Acrylic, 91 x 112cm.

Design Council: Jac Clark

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Pet portraits tug at the heart strings and somehow seem just as personal as a human portrait...
Laura Phillips, Vista #7. Oil on board, 84 x 106cm

Gallery Panel: Laura Phillips

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Laura’s work conjures up memories of holidays in the Australian bush...
Ali Wood, Flowering Gum. Oil on canvas, 90 x 90cm.

Best Of Still Life: Ali Wood

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Vibrant, energetic and gestural, Ali Wood’s still lifes keep you coming back for more.

Ones to watch: Rina Freiberg

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Bold brushwork, hard lines and quirky etchings made Rina’s work a knock-out at Sydney's The Other Art Fair, where we discovered her.
Niki McDonald, More than the Daily Grind. Needlepoint tapestry, 100 x 90cm

Q+A: Niki McDonald

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TEXTILE ARTIST NIKI McDONALD USES THE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF DOMESTICITY FOR URBAN SASS AND SUSTAINED SELF-EXPRESSION.
Elizabeth Barnett in her studio. Portrait by Zan Wimberley

Artist Profile : Elizabeth Barnett

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IN A RAMBLING FARMHOUSE IN VICTORIA’S MACEDON RANGES, ELIZABETH BARNETT CREATES WITH PAINT AND CANVAS, PLANT AND HERB.