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Liz Gray, Deep conversation

Q+A: Liz Gray

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The saturated blue canvases of Liz Gray start out as immersive, lived experiences in the crystalline waters of Australia’s west coast.

Q+A: Judy Morris

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Neuroscience researcher turned artist Judy Morris challenges the need for a camera with her lifelike pencil drawings.
Ann Snell, By Her Grace

Q+A: Ann Snell

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Multidisciplinary artist Ann Snell moves between painting and sculpture to express human emotion from different perspectives.
Cecilia Mok, The City of Sleep

Q+A: Cecilia Mok

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Graphic patterns meet traditional painting technique in the surreal dreamscapes of Cecilia Mok, winner of the Saint Cloche Little Things Art Prize 2018.
Rebecca Wing Sze Lam

Q+A Rebecca Wing Sze Lam

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2018 has been a big year for Rebecca Wing Sze Lam, whose intimate portraits are inspired by stories both personal and universal.

Q+A: Tania Wursig

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Q+A: Joel Gailer

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Kay Kane, Virtue and Power. Oil on linen, 97 x 62cm.

Q+A: Kay Kane

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Kay Kane's paintings and drawings exemplify the skill and dexterity required to create art works which, through composition which combines juxtaposition of shape, line, colour and tone, work to uncover natural beauty, aesthetic purity, knowledge and truth.

Q+A: Franko

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Franko’s multidisciplinary practice burns the rulebook of acceptable artistic material.
Damian Seagar, Ivanhoe, New South Wales. FujiChrome 100 35mm film, 39 x 57cm.