Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category
I recently treated myself to a small box of prismacolor pencils as I had read about how lovely and rich they were to use. I am itching to do a drawing but have not yet had the time. In the meantime, I have been drooling over the work by the talented colour pencil artists from
The Animal Show pays homage to our adoration of the animal and presents over 20 artist’s view of feathered, furry, hairy and scaly creatures.Pin ItPin It
Time and Nature showcases the latest works by Australian artist Tim Maguire WHEN: 29 Mar – 22 Apr 12 WHERE: Martin Browne Contemporary- 15-21 Hampden Street, Paddington, NSW Pin ItPin It
Botanica 2012 – The Masters & Moore is an extraordinary exhibition of works by some of Australia’s finest botanical artists. Presented by the Friends of the Botanic Gardens, this spectacular collection will feature works from over 90 of Australia’s premier botanical artists. Acknowledged as one of the country’s leading botanical art exhibitions, all exhibited artists’ worksPin It
Lewin: Wild Art Exhibition is about the life and times of John William Lewin (1770-1819), the first free professional artist to settle in Australia. Arriving in NSW in 1800 from London, Lewin’s mission was to collect, draw and publish Australia’s natural history for European audiences. He landed in Sydney, a conventional natural history artist, steepedPin It
THE BREATHTAKING, ICONIC BEAUTY of the Coral Sea has been captured in a new exhibition, called ’Our Coral Sea: Our Ocean Paradise’ at Oceanworld Manly. The exhibition features 25 stunning photographic works by photographers Jurgen Freund, Lucy Trippett, Mark Spencer, Nicola Temple, Tyrone Canning and Xanthe Rivett, all of whom were inspired by the Coral Sea.
The Wildlife Art Society of Australasia Inc. (WASA) was founded in Melbourne in 1974. WASA aims to: foster the study, practice and appreciation of wildlife art in all artistic media; encourage the exchange of ideas and experience in this field; and promote the work of member wildlife artists.
The winning artworks of the Wildlife Art Society of Australasia 2010 Exhibition and Competition.