The spirit of the Kimberley – the almost palpable combination of light, colour and place - lives exuberantly through Ingrid Windram's art. She has expressed her passion for localities of startling drama through a body of work that has evolved over the past 20 years and her reputation has grown with it.
Back verandah - Russell Drysdale - QAGOMA Learning
Russell Drysdale’s most powerful landscapes will often have a human presence. Sidney Nolan described Drysdale as ‘the most genuinely Australian of all of us’. The presence of people animates a landscape, which becomes a theatre of epic proportions that impacts on, defines and reflects human values.
The Rabbiter and his Family by Russell Drysdale
I thought as I had spent the last three weeks in Australia I should feature a work by an Australian artist. I was based in Cairns during my stay and visited a number of small galleries. Around th…
Judy Prosser Artist - Up Close And Personal - JahRoc Galleries
Judy Prosser developed a deep love of the desert after heading to the Kimberley in the late 70's, and has lived on a remote station out of Broome for nearly