Tony Ameneiro

Tony Ameneiro studied art at the Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education in Sydney from 1978 to 1981. He is an artist-printmaker, working within his [...]

Anna Austin

Anna Austin is just one of a handful of mezzotint artists practicing in Australia. Her small prints are quiet and unassuming: cherries that float amongst [...]

Elizabeth Banfield

In my current practice I make fine line linocuts and artist books, predominantly printing and experimenting with Japanese tissue papers. I especially like the way [...]

Eolo Paul Bottaro

Eolo Paul Bottaro has a career that spans 20 years of creative practice. He operates within the genre of contemporary realism. Yet despite the finely [...]

Lauren Carter

Lauren Jaye Carter is a print maker currently based in Melbourne. After completing her Bachelor of Fine Art Printmaking at RMIT in 2012 she was [...]

Angela Cavalieri

Angela Cavalieri explores the art of writing in visual form. In her large-scale hand printed linocuts, literary, religious and historical narratives eventually manifest as image. [...]

Jazmina Cininas

Melbourne-based printmaker Jazmina Cininas uses the complex process of reduction linocut to create anthropomorphic images, drawing upon both her Lithuanian heritage and Australian upbringing. In [...]

Paul Compton

Wonder Cabinets The Wonder Cabinet is a precursor to the modern museum. Wealthy patrons would show their wealth and worldliness to guests in their homes [...]

Tony Convey

I have been making and exhibiting art for forty-five years and my work in different media has several underlying themes and characteristics however I have [...]

Warren Cooke

Warren creates artwork about the landscapes in which he lives or has lived. Some feelings from distant memories drive Warren to re-visit places where he [...]

Danielle Creenaune

Our experience of landscape is spatial and the sensations we feel go beyond what is seen visually. My work explores the dialogue between how landscape [...]

Philip Davey

Marcus Clarke's novel For the Term of His Natural Life, first published in 1874, has inspired a rich history of artistic production. It was the [...]

Sue Ernst

I have worked in the creative arts for most of my working life after studying art at Caulfield Institute of Technology (now Monash University) and [...]

David Fairbairn

The decision to work directly with a sitter is fundamental to my practice. For me, the traditional process of portraiture, the length of time spent [...]

Amanda Firenze

My Street I’ve lived in a lot of houses in my life – so many that I had lost count. My childhood family moved around [...]

Pauline Fraser

I am inspired by the natural world and my immediate surroundings. Marine life, animals, butterflies, birds, interiors of rooms, trees and places where I have [...]

David Frazer

David Frazer has held over 40 solo exhibitions in Australia, London and China. In 2007 he was the major prize winner of the 1st [...]

Christine M Gibson

Christine Marie Gibson (nee Clarke) was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1946 and has lived there all her life, although she has travelled extensively overseas. [...]

Silvi Glattauer

Silvi Glattauer is a practicing photomedia artist from Melbourne, Australia. A founding member of the Baldessin Press Printmaking Studio, Silvi is recognised as an authority [...]

Rona Green

Rona Green is highly regarded for her fantastical figurative prints, paintings, poppets and drawings that explore ideas about the nature of individuality. Specifically, her interest [...]

Sue Grossman

As an Artist, I am inspired by the relationship between patterns and nature. I love the boldness of linocut and how this medium allows me [...]

Andrew Gunnell

Andrew Gunnell was born in 1974 in Melbourne. He studied at the University of Ballarat 1993-95, and then at RMIT University. From 1997-2013 he was [...]

Pete Gurrie

This work explores the contrasts in the environment around us. Peter observes engineering, architecture, town planning and data systems and their relationship with the natural [...]

Robert Hague

Plate Series Blue Claude (after McCubbin) 2015 Hand gilt 24ct, lithograph on cotton rag paper 70 x 70cm (paper) McCubbin's failed gold prospector (Down on [...]

Melinda Harper

The force of abstraction (Extract from the catalogue, Colour Sensation, The Works of Melinda Harper by Sue Cramer, Curator at Heide Museum of Modern Art) [...]

Carolyn Hawkins

Her work explores the domestic environment as a site of nostalgia, where objects and events from previous and present occupants Carolyn Hawkins is a print-based [...]

Anita Iacovella

Anita Iacovella specialises in monotype and intaglio printmaking processes. Her works traverse the intersection between figuration and abstraction, articulating both internal and external landscapes that [...]

Kate Hudson

Kate an Australian artist, with a background in textile design, makes richly patterned and decorative linocuts of native birds and flowers. She draws influence from [...]

Rachel Joy

Sailing and Decorative Knots There is energy and power in a length of rope or twine but that energy increases when you take it in [...]

John Kelly

Painter, sculptor and printmaker John Kelly was born in Bristol, UK in 1965 and immigrated with his family to Australia in the same year. In [...]