Tag: Australia

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Alicia McFadzean

A COLOURFUL DANCE BETWEEN REALISM AND ABSTRACTION Working under the moniker Cheeky Observer, Alicia McFadzean is a contemporary artist originally from Australia, now based in South Africa. Magical in flavour, Alicia works across a variety of media to produce fine art, murals, and letter-centric artworks. Guided heavily by her imagination, she draws inspiration from intangible […]

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Judy Drew

A CONTEMPORARY POST-IMPRESSIONISM Her passion for the Post-Impressionism period and the influence of Japanese art in the late 1880’s, along with her creative sense of colour and form, allow Judy Drew to create beautiful and modern work, even though Judy’s work is contemporary she retains a touch of sentiment in all her pieces. Her rich […]

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Lucy Hardie

DEATH AND DARKNESS AS CATALYST FOR TRANSFORMATION Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist best known for her meticulously rendered ink drawings on cotton paper. Through a devotion to the creation of beauty, a fascination with death and darkness as catalysts for transformation and new life, and the portrayal of story and symbol as a means […]

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Amanda Mason

A SENSE OF STORYTELLING Amanda Mason is a freelance photographer and designer working in Sydney, Australia. She creates dream-like, evocative images using expired Polaroid films and new instant films from The Impossible Project. Amanda creates and shoots created scenarios, sometimes whimsical, sometimes twisted, but always intriguing and with a sense of storytelling. Inspired by nature, […]

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VLAD Stankovic

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF STRANGE ANIMALS Combining both digital and traditional tools, VLAD Stankovic admits he’s more fond of the latter, employing watercolors, colored pencils, and markers. “With the use of traditional techniques I kind of get the results I want in the fastest and most fun way,” he says. The finishing touches are added digitally. The […]

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Gill del Mace

CHILDHOOD MEMORIES Gill del Mace: “I came across a Twentieth Century art movement, and I found this art fascinating, and the very name ‘Magic Realism’ conjured up visions from my past. A past influenced by weird and wonderful people, tattooed ladies, contortionists, clowns and movie people, and all seen as a child.” [Source: Print decor] […]

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