Albury based artist, Alison Percy, is well known for her skill in mark making and the fluid line to create her landscapes, floral and figurative works.
Melbourne artist, Bev Plowman, is inspired by light play created by the impressionist painters, with water a recurring theme in her art.
Launceston based photographer, Craig George has an individual style and brings a unique freshness to photography with an exceptional eye for detail and imaginative interpretation.
Cressida Beale is a visual artist and architect, living and working in Melbourne. Widely travelled, Beale draws inspiration from diverse and eclectic influences.
Elaine Batton's Vanitas Revisited series considers the beauty and fragile transience of life and memories.
Emilie Heurtevent is a Melbourne-based abstract artist. Cycles of decay and renewal – change, growth and personal perception are recurring subjects in her work.
Enza Benincasa is a Melbourne artist whose paintings blend realistic elements of the landscape with layers of abstract forms to reference the notion of the awareness of other realms, times and spaces.
Guido Brandt is a highly awarded California-based photographer. Guido’s passion lies in architectural and landscape photography combined with travel and being outdoors.
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Melbourne artist, Ian van der Wolde has over 28 years experience and is a highly skilled and awarded photographer.
Based in the Yarra Valley, Joan Blond’s style is vibrantly expressionistic, often incorporating energetic line work. She takes many cues from her love of contemporary and interior design.
Melbourne artist, Jo Carroll, captures the imagination of the viewer with serene colourscapes inviting her audience to pause and reflect.
Melbourne artist, Jud Keresztesi, has a signature style of textural palette knife work together with bronze powder to create her characteristic brooding scenes.
Melbourne based artist, Kagetsu Buic, specialises in fine-art landscape photography from around the world including Antarctica, Japan, Iceland and the Atacama.
Contemporary Japanese artist, Kenshi Kondo’s work references the pop art of the 60's, the street art of the 80's and features iconic imagery and faces through to recent times.
Kimmi Lee is a Melbourne artist whose work displays her passion for colour and exploring how people connect with it.
Inspired by textures, fabrics, botanical nature and the movement of the threads, Geelong-based artist, Monica Henry brings these elements into her designs through rhythm and flow.
Natalya Stone is a Melbourne based nature and travel photographer, driven by a passion for travel and the natural world, her photos feature the patterns, textures and colours of nature.
Nunzio’s work ranges from figurative to abstract. Brightly coloured and expressive works contrast with dark and melancholy pieces exploring distortion and emotion.
Paul Blak has always been eager to draw and paint since an early age. Being raised in the desert of Western Victoria gave him an early insight into the desolate beauty of Australia’s raw, rural landscape.
Sabina Klein is a Melbourne based contemporary abstract artist who loves to work with bright, bold colour palettes and textures.
Silvi Glattauer is a photomedia artist from Melbourne. She is recognised as an authority on Photopolymer Photogravure, as well as working with a range of other photographic processes.
Sharmain Lowe is a Melbourne artist who is inspired by nature and fabrics. She loves layers and texture, whether it be in paint or fabric, mainly using acrylic and ink in her work.
Vanessa Mackie is a Melbourne artist with a strong focus on interior design and colour. Her artworks are strong and striking, intended to make a statement in any room.
Zoe Ellenberg's paintings are influenced by tropical landscapes, taking inspiration from the unique wilderness of Indonesia, the South Pacific and Australia.
Zory McGrath is Melbourne based artist and master Iconographer. Her artworks draw parallels to the religious symbolism and the abstract expressionism in her paintings.