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Mansfield Easter Art Show

Mansfield Easter Art Show 2022. In conjunction with Richard Watson. Richard was born in Mansfield. He pursued his lifelong passion with art in 1999 by establishing the Mansfield Easter Art Show which celebrates 22 successful years in April this year. In 2003 Richard established Maling Road Gallery in Canterbury which was followed by two more galleries in Hawthorn and Mansfield, a period as Manager of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists and a five-year role as Director of Exhibitions with Without Pier Gallery in Cheltenham. Richard is now enjoying his return home to the Mansfield region and resides in Barwite.... Read More >>


Anne Marie Graham - Paintings 2013 - 2018

When approaching the rapturous paintings of Anne Marie Graham we find a subtle but distinct visual logic at work. This logic speaks of a sense of order but also of a need to explore, and to discover the rich spectrum of life. Through her paintings Graham extends a hand to guide us through an intricate web of verdant, bucolic scenes rich in gaiety and wonder. The notion of taking a walk inside a painting has been active for over five centuries of art but never more so than in Graham’s blissful visions of the world through kaleidoscope-coloured glasses.... Read More >>


Matthew Petrucci

The human form is timeless, and it will always have a certain appeal because we as humans, can identify with the emotions expressed, and the form that it portrays; through body language and gesture. My figures are not happy or sad, just kind of present, but you know they have a story. Colour helps to amplify their intrigue, mystery and warmth.... Read More >>


Geraldine Richards

Geraldine is a Melbourne artist and painter who has always been creative and driven by a love of colour. She paints to fulfil a desire to create beauty or express something metaphoric. She uses colour, line and geometric shapes with an overarching graphic style.... Read More >>


Rowdy Warren

Rowdy is as Rowdy does – he is unto himself and creates art and vision like none other. His influences are varied but always true, strong and derivative of his vision and soulfulness.... Read More >>


Kati Thamo

Kati Thamo is a visual artist working predominantly as a printmaker. Largely driven by narrative, she draws on the real, the remembered and the imagined to create scenarios that suggest the unfolding of tales. Her images play with allusion and metaphor to reflect on the ambiguities and interactions of human/nature relations.... Read More >>


Greg Hyde

Greg Hyde’s etchings are produced using zinc plates covered with a protective coating. The image is scratched, in reverse, onto the coating using a sharp scribe tool, allowing the great detail to be achieved. The plates are then dipped in nitric acid which eats into the plate only where the coating has been scribed through. Various effects are achieved by reapplying different protective coatings to certain areas of the plate, and by variations in amount of time different areas of the plate are exposed to the nitric acid. Each etching is then individually inked and printed, and then often coloured by hand.... Read More >>


Christina Cordero

Christina Cordero’s imagery arises from a highly personal realm, as she draws upon her past and current experiences, and translates these into an idiosyncratic visual language. Highly influenced by music and musical theory, her work is also characterised by the free association of ideas and interwoven narratives associated with Latin-American literature, known as ‘magic realism’.... Read More >>


Greg Jorgensen

Greg Jorgensen has travelled extensively overseas and throughout Australia and is inspired by the Australian landscape. He paints a range of natural features – escarpments, rivers, chasms, floodplains, deserts, saltpans, mountains, forests, waterfalls and gorges. These natural iconic shapes seem to embody landscape with deep meaning.bout Artist... Read More >>


Tony Irving

Tony Irving is a Melbourne-based artist, whose figurative work and often ironic eye capture the world around, whether that world is an inner-urban Australian street, a Baroque square in Sicily, a Los Angeles diner or a contemporary perspective on still life.... Read More >>


Helena Lillywhite

ARTIST STATEMENT I like to portray a sense of emotion within my work, I find horses and figures are the best way for me to show this and often use these as my subject. I am strongly drawn to the contrasts of light and shade and like to experiment with this in my work with the use of contrasting planes, abstractions and negative spaces.... Read More >>


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