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 - 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
Australia has so much creative talent. We are kicking off Australia Week on We Are Scout with our top 20 Australian Ceramic artists.
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.
Australian Art Series: Prudence Caroline | Temple & Webster
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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 & 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 #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…