Melinda Schawel   I'm Always Where I need to Be  ink, wax on torn paper

Melinda Schawel I'm Always Where I need to Be ink, wax on torn paper

Meg Cowell explores the symbolic function of water as a transformative phenomena and archetypes that can be communicated through an expressive sense of pose in this striking photograph.

Available for sale from Tambaran, Meg Cowell, Wynn (Edition Giclee Print, 133 × 92 cm

'What do we Owe the Town' by Marise Maas 16 April - 4 May 2013

'What Do We Owe the Town' by Dutch artist Marise Maas via Flinders Lane Gallery

Claire Bridge weaves her magic

Claire Bridge weaves her magic

Melinda Schawel - Belinda's Lotus   ink on torn paper

Melinda Schawel - Belinda's Lotus ink on torn paper

Melinda Schawel - Torn - 11-29 September 2012

Travel often informs the art of Melinda Schawel . It was during her first trip to Japan that she became absorbed in that.

Just how long did Charles Darwin hold onto Alfred Wallace’s theory of natural selection before telling anyone. Did he take some of Wallace’s...

Just how long did Charles Darwin hold onto Alfred Wallace’s theory of natural selection before telling anyone. Did he take some of Wallace’s.

Like a bad poem a good self-portrait needs a few vital ingredients One part anger one part melancholy  and two parts alcohol. JOSH ROBBINS 2014

Like a bad poem a good self-portrait needs a few vital ingredients One part anger one part melancholy and two parts alcohol.

Nathaniel Kiwi says of this painting:  My minotaur is re-imagined as fertile hero rather than destructive monster; a personification of male virility and strength.  As a father-to-be he also represents for me an awakening of an instinctive drive to provide and protect.  To accentuate the connection to nature I have rendered this painting in earth tones and hewn him with a mixture of washes and drawn strokes.  His life-size scale is to make your encounter with him a visceral experience.

Nathaniel Kiwi says of this painting: My minotaur is re-imagined as fertile hero rather than destructive monster; a personification of male virility and strength. As a father-to-be he also represents for me an awakening of an instinctive drive to provide and protect. To accentuate the connection to nature I have rendered this painting in earth tones and hewn him with a mixture of washes and drawn strokes. His life-size scale is to make your encounter with him a visceral experience.

The Fate of Mr Fox, an intriguing sinister painting by Michelle Molinari.

The Fate of Mr Fox, an intriguing sinister painting by Michelle Molinari.

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