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Gecko dot painting final by Ingrid Booz Morejohn, via Flickr

Gecko dot painting final

Best viewed on black background Gecko created by repetitive pattern of dots. I used the end of wooden pencils, small toothpicks and Q-tips to create the various dot sizes. Inspiration was Australian aboriginal dot painting art and my own fascination with dots, repetition, circles, patterns and the rhythm caused when they are combined. I also have a passion for geckoes, their behavior, look, skin patterns and body design. Material tempera paint and construction paper. Not very permanent…

pearl-nautilus:  Dreamtime Ladies - Kathleen Wallace

Quilter's Pastiche

Some quilts shown here are for sale by the artists. I am not selling quilts and receive no financial gain from this blog. Very few of these quilts were created by me. If you choose to reblog, please...

Silent Autumn | Graham Gercken 1960 | Australian Impressionist Landscape painter | Tutt'Art@

Graham Gercken, 1960 | Landscape painter

Predominantly self taught Graham Gercke chose oil paints as his medium and painted wet into wet, which is the style of the impressionist artists..

ER31DC - Day 16 Tribal by Rachos Nail Love                                                                                                                                                                                 More

ER31DC - Day 16 Tribal

Hey all! Here I am again - am I sick? Maybe. Catching up super quick for the 31 Day Challenge. Today is Tribal. I took inspiration from the tribal artwork we used to study in art at school. Absolutely loved it and still stop to ogle it if i see it in a gallery or shop window. This is the picture I took inspiration from - can you see the different sections I took from? The colours I used were Sally Hansen - The Sky's the Limit, Barry M - Mushroom and Sinful Colors - Black to Black and Snow Me…

The selector, Mount St Quentin by  Sir Arthur Streeton

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Lost . 1886  Frederick McCubbin  (25 February 1855 – 20 December 1917) was an Australian painter who was prominent in the Heidelberg School, one of the more important periods in Australia's visual arts history.)

Lost (Frederick McCubbin - )

Lost . 1886 Frederick McCubbin (25 February 1855 – 20 December 1917) was an Australian painter who was prominent in the Heidelberg School, one of the more important periods in Australia's visual arts history.)

Fred Williams (1927-1982) - Pilbara

Beechworth, beautiful Beechworth

Lake Sampell, Beechworth Lunatic Asylum. Mayday Hill, Beechworth Tadswell's Hotel Lunatic Asylum Walkway Old Nurses Home Fred Williams, Pilbara series, Benalla Art Gallery Sidney Nolan Tapestry, Benalla Art Gallery

Fred Williams - Drifting Smoke - 1981. An other great australian artist. He evokes so well our outback.

Fred Williams - Drifting Smoke - 1981

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Ned Kelly painting breaks auction record for Australian art: Sidney Nolans painting of Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, entitled First Class Marksman

Ned Kelly painting breaks auction record for Australian art

A painting of the notorious bank robber Ned Kelly has become the most expensive piece of Australian art ever sold, fetching $5.4 million (£ 3.3 million) at an auction in Sydney.

Artist : Fred Williams (Australia, b.1927, d.1982)  Title : Trees on hillside II Date : 1964 Medium Description: oil, tempera on hardboard Dimensions :  Credit Line : Purchased 1965 Image Credit Line : � Estate of Fred Williams Photographer Credit : Diana Panuccio Accession Number : OA6.1965

The Great Australian Landscape - Wentworth

The history of Australian landscape painting is a fascinating journey through culture, symbology and the ever-changing relationship between people and land.