Dawn Lim, Sequences, Mixed media, 101 x 101cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q + A: Dawn Lim

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TAKING CONCEPTUAL INSPIRATION FROM THE MANIFESTO OF ANDRE BRETON, THE ABSTRACT COMPOSITIONS OF DAWN LIM PROJECT THE SUBCONSCIOUS ONTO THE CANVAS.
Luke Wagner, View from my window, Tasman Island, 2018. Oil & wax on linen, 77 x 122cm.

Ones to Watch: Luke Wagner

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In Luke Wagner’s most recent series, three decades of painting experience cumulate in a collection of landscapes inspired by Tasman Island.
Tanya Wales, Untitled. Acrylic on linen, 120 x 100cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q+A: Tanya Wales

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THE FLOWING FORMS AND FIELDS OF COLOUR CREATED BY ARTIST TANYA WALES ELICIT AN OTHERWORLDLY SENSE OF MEDITATION.
Laura White, Nana’s Crystal. Oil on canvas, 61 x 61cm.

Ones to Watch: Laura White

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Laura White is an Australian artist known for her realist still life portraits and nature-inspired oil paintings.
Anita Jokovich, Grassy Knoll. Acrylic on canvas, 41 x 41cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q+A: Anita Jokovich

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THE MOODY, ABSTRACTED PAINTINGS OF ANITA JOKOVICH EVOKE THE TRANSIENCE OF THE OCEAN THROUGH LAYERED PALETTES OF INTENSE BLUES AND SKY PINKS.
Wendy McGrath, Red Shoes Surge. Printed on archival fine art paper, 45 x 30cm.

Best of Fine Art Photography: Wendy McGrath

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The photography of Wendy McGrath involves so much more than a camera.
Tobi Wilkinson, Embracing The Robes. C-type photographic print, 49 x 75cm.

Best of Fine Art Photography: Tobi Wilkinson

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The emotive pull of Tobi Wilkinson's photography makes subjects seem as if you could reach out and touch them.
Stephen Kane, Glow 01. Digital photograph with acrylic face mount, 90 x 60cm.

Best of Fine Art Photography: Stephen Kane

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Stephen Kane's ongoing art project, Lightscapes, tests the limits of what’s possible with abstract photography and digital image creation.
Sharon Lamb, Smooth Rider. Printed on brushed metal with gloss finish, 50.8 x 33.02cm.

Best of Fine Art Photography: Sharon Lamb

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Sharon Lamb spent the first 25 years of her career in nuclear medicine before picking up a camera in 2012, when she began her foray into light painting.
Lars Heldmann, poPpy. Fine art paper adhered to acrylic and mounted on aluminium.

Best of Fine Art Photography: Lars Heldmann

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Australian artist Lars Heldmann likes to say that he’s seen the light, but preferred to stay on the dark side.