“My works are much more organic in terms of how I approach them now. I've allowed myself to free-up a lot more with how I paint, encouraging mistakes and errors within the works to give each piece its own authentic language and presence. For a long time, I had a lot of hesitation in this, I felt that I was an imposter amongst other artists and that I didn't deserve or wasn't yet good enough to paint freely.”

Tiger Tears
Tiger Tears
Tiger Tears

$5,400

Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic

$3,800

Shiny Objects I
Shiny Objects I
Shiny Objects I

$2,000

Beauty in the Broken III
Beauty in the Broken III
Beauty in the Broken III

$1,200

Beauty in the Broken I
Beauty in the Broken I
Beauty in the Broken I

$1,200

Rusted Bottles
Rusted Bottles
Rusted Bottles

$5,400

Chasing Stars
Chasing Stars
Chasing Stars

$2,100

Mothers Eyes
Mothers Eyes
Mothers Eyes

$1,500

Beauty in the Broken II
Beauty in the Broken II
Beauty in the Broken II

$1,200

Tiger Tears
Tiger Tears
Tiger Tears

$5,400

Rusted Bottles
Rusted Bottles
Rusted Bottles

$5,400

Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic

$3,800

Chasing Stars
Chasing Stars
Chasing Stars

$2,100

Shiny Objects I
Shiny Objects I
Shiny Objects I

$2,000

Mothers Eyes
Mothers Eyes
Mothers Eyes

$1,500

Beauty in the Broken III
Beauty in the Broken III
Beauty in the Broken III

$1,200

Beauty in the Broken II
Beauty in the Broken II
Beauty in the Broken II

$1,200

Beauty in the Broken I
Beauty in the Broken I
Beauty in the Broken I

$1,200

About the Artist

Saxon JJ Quinn is a self-taught mixed media artist interested in the rough, the worn and the resilient. Born in country Victoria, Saxon spent his childhood surrounded by creativity. His artist mother tied a basket to the ceiling of her studio where, as a baby, he would swing while she worked. As he grew older, he began sketching, painting, and experimenting with clay, at times accidentally defacing her works in the process.


After studying Communication Design and building his career in Melbourne, Saxon moved to New York City, immersing himself in the city and its urban patina. The beauty he found in the aged and weathered elements were cemented as the foundation of his creative work, and painting became the outlet.


Now, from his studio in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Saxon primarily uses canvas, graphite, and paint, layering hues, symbols, and textures to create works that sway from the intentional to the unrestrained, the minimalist to the uninhibited. Each piece bears meaningful motifs alongside elements of mischievous humour, with each mark representing an aspect of his life. These marks are arranged precisely to induce a sensory effect, where a calming constellation can be found in a world of perceived chaos.

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