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Pamela Pauline, Kookaburra Sits.

Best of Flora & Fauna: Pamela Pauline

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Although there the intricate photographs of Pamela Pauline are grounded in Australiana, there is a sense of flight and freedom that lends the images universal resonance.
Garth Henderson

Best of Flora & Fauna: Garth Henderson

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The architectural background of Garth Henderson is clear upon viewing his meticulous, geometric renditions of Australian flora.
Sarah Waghorn, Gum Nuts

Best of Flora & Fauna: Sarah Waghorn

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Sydney-based artist Sarah Waghorn is a self-proclaimed “colour enthusiast” – a title that is well-represented in her subtly gradated botanical works.
Sandra Temple, The Hop Bush

Best of Flora & Fauna: Sandra Temple

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The detail in the works of painter and illustrator Sandra Temple is so fine that at first glance you’d take her for a photographer.
Nicole Grimm-Hewitt, Cheeky Emu

Best of Flora & Fauna: Nicole Grimm-Hewitt

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In the painted resemblances of New South Wales artist Nicole Grimm-Hewitt, the glance of a bird becomes the subject of quiet contemplation.
Liz H. Lovell, Frog in Nepenthese.

Best of Flora & Fauna: Liz H. Lovell

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The deeper you look, the more detail emerges in the paintings of Sydney-based artist Liz H. Lovell.
Kristy-Ann Duffy, Propagation of Wild Rose.

Best of Flora & Fauna: Kristy-Ann Duffy

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Australian birds and flora form the content of Kristy-Ann Duffy's dynamic pieces, which hum with the dappled application of a diverse colour palette.

Best Of Flora & Fauna: Betty Collier

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Looking at the diversity of her practice, it would be easy to mistake the work of Betty Collier as the output of two separate artists.
Angela Rbertson-Buchanon, Olive Backed Oriole

Best of Flora & Fauna: Angela Robertson-Buchanon

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The birds depicted in the work of Angela Robertson-Buchanon are almost hyper-real, sitting confidently at the forefront of their settings.
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.