Artist Annette Raff is inspired by the contrast between the soft and the ambiguous.
Artist Allan Wolf-Tasker lets his imagination take him to the rugged northern tip of Australia, capturing its isolated beauty on his canvases.
The emotionally resonant paintings of artist Angus Martin focus on the feelings that arise from love and relationships.
Inspired by weather patterns, Brooklyn Whelan’s skyscapes uncover the futuristic possibilities of landscape painting.
Martu painter Cyril Whyoulter hails from an impressive lineage of Indigenous artists.
Sydney artist David Pavich is inspired by the Australian landscape – both its lush coastal regions and its arid plains.
A regular participant in the high-profile public exhibition Sculpture by the Sea, Denise Pepper creates large-scale sculptural works with intricate detail.
Geoff Todd AM believes art is therapeutic for the viewer, not the artist.
Working between Australia and Austria, artist Jessie Pitt creates dramatic, large-scale mountainscapes that consume the eyes and the senses.
Painter Kerry Bruce challenges the notion of the solitary artist.