Australian artists

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Anna Hoyle book art -Im going to try this with all my favourite books! I Love Books, Books To Read, My Books, Lectures, Book Nooks, Book Nerd, Oeuvre D'art, Book Quotes, Book Lovers

anna hoyle, artist, melbourne, drawing, illustrator

art and illustration by award winning melbourne artist

Full of hapiness artworks. Australian artist Tanya Schultz used to create it sugar, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she found during her travels. Street Art, Instalation Art, Candy Art, Australian Artists, Oeuvre D'art, Bunt, Sculpture Art, Pop Art, Creepy

curated contemporary art /// pip & pop

Oh, thank goodness… she’s still at it! I wrote about Australian artist Tanya Schultz, aka Pip & Pop, waaaay back in 2010, so I was thrilled to see that she’s still creating her magical, sugary, glitte

Mirka Mora Crones are Creative! Artist Mirka Mora at an Australian Living Treasure. At the click, an interview with many photos of the painter and her studio Artist Art, Artist At Work, Painter Artist, Artist Life, Studios D'art, Kunst Der Aborigines, Living Treasures, Street Art, Art Populaire

Mirka Mora - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Mirka ‘s own works spread throughout her home studio. Photography – Sean Fennessy. Production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files. Home studio details. Photography – Sean Fennessy. Production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files. Mirka Mora’s studio paints in her home studio. Photography – Sean Fennessy. Production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files. Mirka Mora’s …

20 of our Favourite Australian ceramic artists - We Are Scout Stoneware Clay, Ceramic Clay, Earthenware, Pottery Mugs, Ceramic Pottery, Keramik Design, Ceramic Tableware, Kitchenware, Pottery Classes

20 of our Favourite Australian ceramic artists - We Are Scout

Australia has so much creative talent. We are kicking off Australia Week on We Are Scout with our top 20 Australian Ceramic artists.

Del Kathryn Barton: Mother (a portrait of Cate):: Archibald Prize Art Gallery NSW. This is a self portrait by a contemporary Australian artist. Contemporary Australian Artists, Australian Painting, Anselm Kiefer, Richard Burlet, Del Kathryn Barton, Neo Rauch, Most Popular Artists, Vincent Van Gogh, Gustav Klimt

Archibald Prize Archibald 2011 finalist: Mother (a portrait of Cate) by Del Kathryn Barton

Del Kathryn Barton won the Archibald Prize in 2008 with a self-portrait that depicted her with her son and daughter. This year her subject is actor Cate Blanchett, who is co-artistic director of Sydney Theatre Company with her husband Andrew Upton.

Frederick McCubbin (Autralian painter) 1855 - 1917 What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904 Mary Cassatt, Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Dragons, Henri Matisse, Vincent Van Gogh, Australian Bush

Frederick McCubbin (Australian,1855-1917), "What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush", 1904

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Australian Art Series - Prudence Caroline - via Temple & Webster Journal Joan Mitchell, Muse Kunst, Picasso Paintings, Muse Art, My Art Studio, Art Series, Aboriginal Art, Australian Artists, Artist At Work

Australian Art Series: Prudence Caroline | Temple & Webster

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Western Australian gum blossoms (detail) by Margaret Preston Henri De Toulouse Lautrec, Australian Painters, Australian Artists, Art Floral, Margaret Preston, Margaret Rose, Gustav Klimt, Australian Native Flowers, Botanical Art

Margaret Preston Art and Life

A major exhibition of the work of Margaret Preston (1875-1963), one of Australia's most celebrated modernists. Art Gallery of New South Wales 29 July - 23 October 2005

fiona hall - cell culture exhibit, tupperware and beading Medusa, Art Alevel, Fish Sculpture, Soft Sculpture, Sculpture Projects, Sculpture Ideas, Jellyfish Art, Recycled Art Projects, Trash Art

Fiona Hall: Cell Culture & Leaf Litter, 2002

Fiona Hall's exhibition comprises the first showing in Sydney of two major recent works: Leaf Litter and Cell Culture. Leaf Litter is an ongoing series of two hundred gouache paintings of botanically-specific leaves on foreign paper currency. Cell Culture is a collection of animals and plants constructed out of clear glass beads and white Tupperware containers, all housed within a large museological display case.

Art Sharing Norman Lindsay (traditional media painting & etching) - the eclectic ecstasy of an ecphorizing eccentric — LiveJournal Norman Lindsay, Art Deco, Mermaids And Mermen, Indigenous Art, Australian Artists, Sculpture, Aboriginal Art, Erotic Art, Traditional Art

Art Sharing #15: Norman Lindsay (traditional media painting & etching)

Norman Lindsay (1879 - 1969) I have to admit that my initial interest in Lindsay's works was the curvaceousness of the subjects (when I was practicing loving my body I hunted down images of women that looked somewhat like me in form to help expand what I saw as beautiful). But the more I've looked…