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Rachel Rovay, Tabletop Garden III. Acrylic paint and resin on shaped panel board, 58 x 42cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q + A: Rachel Rovay

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RACHEL ROVAY’S KALEIDOSCOPIC FIGURES ARE AN ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE AND RETAIN THE BEAUTY THAT IS GRADUALLY DISAPPEARING FROM OUR URBAN ENVIRONMENTS.
Tanya Marie Reeves, Lilah, Acrylic stretched canvas, 121 x 61cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q + A: Tanya Marie Reeves

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BRILLIANT BLOCK COLOURS AND FAULTLESS LINES ARE FIXTURES OF TANYA MARIE REEVES’ SATURATED ACRYLIC PORTRAITS.
Amanda Krantz, Sea Threw Me, Acrylic on canvas, 70 x 60cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q + A: Amanda Kra

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THE FLUID AND FANTASTICAL PAINTINGS OF AMANDA KRANTZ ARE BEST DESCRIBED AS ORGANIC PSYCHEDELIA.
Jennifer Webb, Docklands. Acrylic on linen, 91.5 x 183cm.

TOAF Melbourne Q + A: Jennifer Webb

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OCEANS, FIGURES AND CITY SKYLINES ARE TRANSFORMED INTO DUSKY, ETHEREAL LANDSCAPES BY ARTIST JENNIFER WEBB, WHOSE SKILL IS NOT LIMITED TO ANY ONE MEDIUM.
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.
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.
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.