The Newcastle artist paints calm, reflective scenes of life on the edge of human habitats, for his second solo exhibition at Saint Cloche.
The multi-disciplined creative and emerging artist shares her process ahead of her first solo exhibition, online now at pépite.
The Melbourne-based artist takes us around her temporary studio in Cornwall, England, where she recently completed an artists residency.
The Melbourne-based artist creates paintings of the female form, with an intimacy and energy that is hard to look away from.
Sophie Perez paints serene native bushlands from her garden studio in the Mornington Peninsula.
Calendars out! Our pick of not-to-be-missed art exhibitions for 2020, Australia wide.
In the lead up to our Art&Artefact exhibition, we visit the studio of one incredibly talented emerging Melbourne painter.
Our final art exhibition for 2019 brings together 15 painters, and 6 ceramicists / makers! Join us on Saturday December 14th to wrap up anot...
The beloved landscape painter opens a new exhibition, ‘Waterfalls and Waterholes’ at Australian Galleries in Paddington, NSW.
Artists Charlie Lawler and Wona Bae transform the iconic Heide II building with a cascading botanical installation, 'En Route'.
Inside ‘Reverist’, a new body of work that goes on show at Lamington Drive tonight!
A studio visit with the Melbourne artist whose dynamic, mixed media paintings turn doodling into an art form!
An artist, mother-of-three and a gallery co-ordinator, this talented Mornington-based painter has her hands full!
A sail and studio visit with one-of-a-kind artist Gemma Rasdall, as her new body of work is unveiled in Sydney.
The iconic Byron Bay hotel launches its first Artist in Residence program, with French-Australian painter Stanislas (Stan) Piechaczek.
From Ken Done to Brett Whiteley, Stephen Baker to Luke Sciberras, discover the Australian artists behind some iconic album art!
We chat with artist Hannah Nowlan and stylist Julia Green about how to purchase custom-made art.
Inside the current exhibition from Andrew Rogers, the Australian responsible for the largest contemporary art undertaking on Earth.