FEATURE Graham Earnshaw, Blue Light

Best of Fine Art Photography: Graham Earnshaw

At first glance, it is difficult to say for sure whether the work of Graham Earnshaw is painting or photography.
Anne Lynam, Off the Wall. Pigment print on archival paper, 31 x 31cm.

Best of Fine Art Photography: Anne Lynam

There is a sense of voyeurism and mystery in the work of Sydney-based photographer Anne Lynam.
Gina Fishman, Bondi Fast Lanes. Acrylic on canvas, 90 x 115cm.

Gallery Panel: Gina Fishman

I’m instantly drawn to the painterly effect in this artwork by Gina Fishman, and the white highlights that make the work look so realistic.
Shelly Anfield, I Dreamt Of You. Oil on canvas, 120 x 90cm.

Gallery Panel: Shelly Anfield

This oil painting by Shelly Anfield presents the sunset view with a glowing horizon and dreamy cloud forms.
Cherry Demir, Prismatic Stag. Oil on timber panel, 91 x 61cm.

Gallery Panel: Cherry Demir

The soft brush strokes help complement the pastel colour palette in this artwork by Cherry Demir.
Grace Louise, Bewilderment. Acrylic, ink, paint pen and resin on timber, 90 x 120cm.

Gallery Panel: Grace Louise

The layers and detail; the dots, dashes and fine linework of Grace Louise are reminiscent of the style found in some Indigenous artwork.
Mark Paulin, way to grail. Mackay red cedar, Huon pine burl and black gidgee, 108 x 51cm.

Gallery Panel: Mark Paulin

Mark Paulin’s method of relief carving is clean, precise and detailed.
Tania Malkin, Intrinsic. Photograph on fine art paper, 70 x 70cm.

Gallery Panel: Tania Malkin

Tania Malkin’s aerial perspective takes full advantage of organic shapes, line, depth and colour.
Christine Earthrowl-Fox, Wise Old Pine (Pinus pinea) – City Park, Launceston. Watercolour on matt board, 89 x 55cm.

Gallery Panel: Christine Earthrowl-Fox

Watercolour is probably the most difficult medium to master, and this example demonstrates Christine Earthrowl’s talent.
Zetta Kanta, High Country Sunrise. Wool, silk, black bamboo and raw fleece, 173 X 380cm.

Gallery Panel: Zetta Kanta

Zetta Kanta’s fibre art brings an instant feeling of warmth to a space; it has a sense of luxe thanks to its grand size and tactile appeal.