Mixed Media cloth

Melody Willis Remnants 2012 acrylic, thread, linen and hemp

This painting just won Australia's Sir John Sulman Prize 2014. It is part of a larger body of work titled Survey into the Cretaceous, which involves research into our consciousness and its relation to evolution.  A journey 68 million years into the past to collect specimens to paint in my studio can be possible if my imagination and ability as a painter allow it. This is a very deliberate act of consciousness; consciousness being a product of evolution. - Andrew Sullivan, 2014

Andrew Sullivan: T-rex (tyrant lizard king) :: Sir John Sulman Prize 2014 :: Art Gallery NSW (I particularly loved this one - if you zoom up super close in the eye of the T-rex you see a silhouette self-portrait of the artist!

Edith Rewa

Edith Rewa in her home studio aka ‘The Bush Museum’, sporting one of her beautiful printed silk scarves from the ‘Fossick‘ collection. Photo – Rachel Kara for The Design Files.

Tony Albert - Projecting our future

Tony Albert - Projecting our future

A Folly for Mrs. Macquarie by Fiona Hall. Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney

A Folly for Mrs. Macquarie by Fiona Hall.

Michael Kempson and Cicada Press, COFA, UNSW

Michael Kempson and Cicada Press, COFA, UNSW

The latest Rock Pool Quilt has been delivered to Planet Furniture. This quilt and a number of others have been made conjunction with Planet Furniture.  www.planetfurniture.com.au The fabrics are hand made and dyed in pale greens, creams with highlights of brown and tan..

The latest Rock Pool Quilt has been delivered to Planet Furniture. This quilt and a number of others have been made conjunction with Planet Furniture. www.planetfurniture.com.au The fabrics are hand made and dyed in pale greens, creams with highlights of brown and tan..

Sydney based designer and illustrator Edith Rewa

Illustrated botanicals by Sydney based designer / illustrator Edith Rewa. Photo – Rachel Kara for The Design Files.

Melody Willis

Melody Willis

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