The imagery portrayed in my work is an exploration and depiction of landscape, in particular the urban landscape and the human activity within.
Using gentle forms, shifting light and radiant colours, Jackie Ellis seeks to capture these subtleties while also reflecting the passion and respect she has for the country.
‘Plein air painting is a face-to-face, whole-body encounter. The face of the country is expressive and always changing. Strong midday light, low light at dusk, smoke haze and moonlight reveal the moods and stories that reflect the indivisible life of people and land.’
The work of Jodie Wilson is original and captivating with delicate and subtle layering and strong feminist overtones.
The decorated surface of ancient Greek earthenware is replaced by the art of tattoos, each vessel presenting imagery of the wearer’s perceived identity.
Marnie was born in Darwin in 1973 to parents who gave her a richness of experiences, which continue to influence her way of looking at the world.
Martumili Artists was established by Martu people living in the communities of Parnpajinya (Newman), Jigalong, Parnngurr, Punmu, Kunawarritji, Irrungadjji, and Warralong across the Pilbara.
Maningrida Arts & Culture (MAC) is a vibrant Indigenous Art Centre in Maningrida, Arnhem Land.
The Papunya Tula painting style derives directly from the artists’ knowledge of traditional body and sand painting associated with ceremony.
Rob Brown has lived in Darwin since 1998. During that time he has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Charles Darwin University (CDU).
Sarah Brown is a remarkable woman; not only is she the respected CEO of Western Desert Dialysis, but also a revered artist.
Family is an integral part of the lives and artworks of the Spinifex Hill Artists.
This year he has been shortlisted for the Fleurieu Art Prize – the richest landscape art prize in the world.
Warmun Art Centre is one of Australia’s leading Indigenous cultural organisations, with successful painting, digital media and cultural programs.
WIK AND KUGU
The Wik and Kugu Arts Centre has been giving artistic and commercial support to local artists for more than 50 years, and many of those artists have gained national, even international recognition.