Best of Fine Art Drawing: Betty Collier

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We featured Betty Collier in our Best Of Sculpture feature last issue, but Betty is no one-trick pony. The Ballarat-based artist maintains a solid drawing practice in tandem with her three-dimensional works. Over the last 10 years, Betty has returned to a stylistic realism in her practice. Her drawings are based on different aspects of nature and the human condition that she has either physically encountered or had an emotional connection to. Using fine black-tipped pens, Betty captures the beauty she sees in the world around her, imbuing her drawings with positivity and a wonder for life.

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