Melbourne based Annie Paxton creates mesmerising sculptural works made from silk, fabric, aluminium, steel and chain mail!
Melbourne-based artist Ryan Hoffmann’s captivating 3D artworks blur the distinction between painting and sculpture.
Sydney artist Eliza Gosse shares an inside look at the mid-century architectural inspirations behind her mesmerising paintings.
Laundry Gallery is an exciting Aboriginal-owned creative hub, based inside a converted 70s laundromat!
See the Melbourne artist's beautifully bold abstract pieces at MARS Gallery, filled with playful patterns and hidden meanings.
The Melbourne-based artist's geometric drawings and wooden sculptures are a cross between 'colour theory and colour therapy'.
The Melbourne artist recreates local streetscapes and everyday scenes, filled with intimate reminders of our own inner-worlds.
The Melbourne-based artist handcrafts every element of her pieces, weaving threads together to create a canvas for her geometric paintings!
The Cungelella Art founder shares a look at her family's country lifestyle in Mt Isa, Queensland, where her husband competes in rodeos!
Melbourne-based artist Kate Lewis beautifully draws on her love of the great outdoors for her emotive artworks.
Her handcrafted pieces are like towering, functional sculptures as tall as people – that look like they could come alive at any moment!
Jirra Lulla Harvey visits artist, curator and academic Paola Balla to discuss her biggest commission to date; a Melbourne Art Tram!
Shelley Horan turns unlikely arrangements of everyday objects into fun and vibrant artworks for a new show at Modern Times.
Melbourne artist Evie Cahir is inspired by emotive moments in everyday tasks - like walking around the block while waiting for fish and chip...
From terrace houses to suburban streetscapes, these local artists capture the everyday beauty in our homes and neighbourhoods.
Fleeting, intimate moments are depicted in artist Caroline Walls' new collection of oil paintings showing at Jerico Contemporary.
The Melbourne artist's new exhibition reflects tumultuous world events and news cycles, with a poetic sense of ambiguity.
Melbourne artist Libby Haines' works are a wonderfully messy reflection of everyday life - and they sell out on Instagram within seconds!