Dean Bowen has developed a symbolic visual language, in three separate mediums, to celebrate human habitation within the urban and the rural landscape. An iconography of child-like figures, buildings, cars, birds and trees is suggestive of “Art Brut” or “Raw Art”...
The new porcelain

The new porcelain

In a career spanning more than fifty years, Les Blakebrough’s body of work ranges from beautiful functional ware to delicate exhibition pieces of ethereal beauty that are etched to emphasise the translucency and fragility of ‘Southern Ice’ porcelain. This unglazed...
Aegean journey

Aegean journey

Madeleine Winch is known as a painter of bold, colourful and figurative works which emerge from a synthesis of memory, impressions from recent travels, intimate emotions and feminine sensibilities. With this new series of work, Madeleine uses the printmaking form of...

Maureen Williams is widely respected as a glass artist and is at the forefront of Australian glass practice. She uses the blown glass vessel as a three-dimensional canvas for her abstract paintings. Her work has involved imaginary terrains and images which are...
Field

Field

Movement and the dynamics of the natural world are major features of Kerrie Leishman’s atmospheric oil on canvas works. Gestural strokes weave shapes from the same material as the landscape in which they sit. The objects, buffeted by the elemental force of the wind...