Repetitive, inquisitive and poignant, John Demos' latest prints reveal an artist whose prolific practice is embedded in his everday life.
Taking notes with his brushes, Steve Lopes presents a series of emotionally charged works of a landscape that is not far from Australia's mind.
Western Australian artist Kate Elsey introduces her latest exhibition that explores the Australian flora and fauna from a continent at odds with the elements.
AT_SALON² is well in to its program, and Simon Lloyd is introducing his latest exciting instalment of '3 Elements' to the show.
It might be a new gallery to Brisbane, but Mitchell Fine Art is no nervous newcomer to the Australian arts scene.
Irrational Man opens in cinemas this Thursday 20 August and we have 5 double passes to give away!
WORKING THROUGH A fairly lean period in painting’s history, Sydney-based artist Tom Polo is compelled to make work that explores many of the now standard...
Judith Pugh commemorates artist Brigid Cole-Adams, who died in July this year, and her sense of humour that underlined her intrepid practice.
Exploring the depths of colour, Drill Hall Gallery gives prominence to Australian abstract painter David Serisier in a survey show of the last two decades....
Stieg Persson delivers a consistent expression of painting’s potency by writing a pathway between modernist and post-modernist concerns.
After a tight race Alan Jones has been announced as the winner of the 2015 Mosman Art Prize.
Focussing on fresh, new Queensland talent, Anywhere Elsewhere, curated by Tess Maunder opens today at Jan Murphy Gallery.
Defying the digital and tackling the surface, Colour My World showcases the revival of handcolouring in the 1970s.
Discovery artist Jasmine Targett discusses her conceptual practice that investigates the ‘blind spots’ in perception surrounding nature and existence
Defying placement in a neat category of sculpture, collage or painting, Kylie Stillman’s practice has moved from found materials to A3 paper on a desktop.
Proving that it’s not the size that matters, the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize has only gained momentum with its popularity, attracting record entries.
Not collaborators, in many senses just fellow travellers, but most certainly the best of mates.
Steal Like an Artist is a delightful little compendium of motivational ideas and mantras that will get you thinking about your art and its process...
In the lead up to the announcement next Tuesday 28 July, the 2015 finalists have been revealed.
Picking the personality for the portrait can be half the knack of winning the Archibald Prize, and this year’s winning portrait is no exception.
A portrait is not often the product of an obsessive theme. But in the case of Thirroul based painter Paul Ryan, a single painting of...
While Stefan Dunlop's works can be challenging and the subject matter carries a seriousness, there is a sense of joy with each painting.
Hear from the artist herself about a usual day as Deborah Halpern.
Straight to the pool room for this year's winning portrait.