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ALEX XERRI

Alex Xerri’s work explores the discovery of the wonders of the ancient debris of life in unknown lands. Her paintings are playful and rough, in bright, fiery palettes, and robust in texture. Exploring the globe, Xerri has traversed arctic landscapes, volcanoes and glaciers, armed with a plastic toy film camera, a deck of paper and a bundle of colourful connector-pens, documenting strange and improbable landforms. Skeletons and dinosaur fossils sketched in natural history museums, retro nature documentaries, dinosaur documentaries, and gritty 1990s cartoons are all mined for their imagery and aesthetic sensibilities.

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Bec Smith

Bec Smith is a Melbourne-based artist who has practiced art and design in both Australia and overseas for over 20 years. In pursuit of her creative practice Smith has earned degrees from RMIT, Swinburne National School of Design and the The Art Academy, London. Smith has also been selected for the Belle Arti Prize and exhibited at the Melbourne Design Festival on multiple occasions. She has always stayed particularly interested in abstract, non-objective, and colourfield paintings from the early part of the last century – a natural extension of a designer’s grounding in the early design language of the Bauhaus.


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Bettina Willner-Browne

Bettina Willner-Browne’s studio practice is an enquiry in clay and life – she makes objects in the ceramic medium. In 1991 Bettina graduated from a Bachelor of Art at Monash University and has since exhibited in commercial and public galleries across Australia. Previous Art Fair in 2018, Spring 1883 Dutton (New York) presentation, Melbourne.

Bettina’s practice considers the connection between material, form, nature, architecture and memory within contemporary ceramics. Organic structures, textural and goldene glazes are characteristic of her sculptural pieces, and in combination, produce objects that sit between sculpture, painting and drawing.


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Carissa Karamarko

Carissa Karamarko is an emerging Australian artist from Sydney whose artistic career came via the converging paths of music and design.Her work is inspired by journals, process diaries and scenes of daily life, and unpinned by an intuitive investigation of objects, colours, textures, and her own emotions.

Her work is defined by a whimsical yet layered homage to the reverence and tradition of a still life. Through an intuitive approach to colour and texture, Carissa’s creations have an ineffable quality that has come to be highly sought after in private collections locally and internationally.


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Emily Imeson

Emily’s connection to the Australian land has developed a strong desire for her to acknowledge the importance of protecting nature through unveiling aspects that otherwise go unnoticed. Her paintings transform the common landscape into celebrations; they hold a strong presence and provide a glimpse into her world. She also understands the vital importance of First Nation’s people when it comes to understanding this unique land and caring for a healthy environment.


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EVI O

Evi O. has been exhibiting since 2015. With a curious eye and mind, she is constantly exploring and observing her surroundings. Her art practise was born from a simple desire to express her creativity and stories without boundaries and limitations.

Through paint, Evi continues to explore the use of dominant abstract shapes, although the compositions she presents are broadly suggestive of earthly forms – animal, plant or constructed. The creatures she depicts, and the scenes that she relays are symbolic of people, places and scenes that have left their mark – and this affords her an intimacy with her subjects that infuses the images with emotional resonance.


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FIONA BARRETT-CLARK

Fiona Barrett-Clark is an emerging painter creating distinctively Australian, contemporary landscape paintings which capture the ever-changing essence of nature. Fiona’s work is an attempt to awaken people to the magnificence that often goes unseen as we are often too busy and rushed to notice – the glory of what might seem ordinary and occurs in the everyday yet is actually precious.


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JUSTIN SCIVETTI

Justin Maurice Scivetti is a figurative Landscape painter based in Melbourne. His artistic practice is balanced by a career in horticulture and landscaping, as well as nourishing his passion for plants working at a nursery.

Floating somewhere between the real and unreal, his landscapes imbue a type of fantasy; they appear mysterious and other-worldly conjuring a quiet stillness. They are inspired by the natural and built environment, exploring subtleties in colour and light to bring the works to life.


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KATIE DANIELS

Melbourne-based artist Katie Daniels, an emerging artist with a Bachelor of Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong, a Master of Arts Curatorship from the University of Melbourne, and most recently a finalist in the Wynne prize.

A luminous landscape painter with a distinctive colour palette and dreamy aesthetic, Katie captures the essence of the Australian landscape enhanced with an evocative sense of other-worldliness.


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MEL LUMB

Mel Lumb is a ceramic artist working from a humble home studio in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Her imprint is natural, earthy, tactile with a modern Zen-aesthetic. While there is a raw feel to each piece, there is also a sense of refined beauty and a practical functionality. Not simply for admiring visually, her creations are assimilated into everyday life. Her inspiration draws upon a mash-up of influences from Danish mid-century, Japanese design and the bold confidence of the unique Australian landscape.


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SAXON QUINN

Saxon’s work takes a cue from the asphalt sprawl streetscapes of our cities – in particular the cement material of our concrete jungles. Inspired by his travels to New York City and other bustling metropolis, his explorations use the medium of cement plaster as a literal elucidation of the experienced environment. His works represent the scarred, coarse-aggregate pavements and walls of the urban landscape.


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TRACEY DEEP

Tracey Deep is a true original and a national treasure. She is a humble superstar, much loved and hugely revered for her authenticity and devotion to nature, Tracey is a creative adventurer, a biology enthusiast, and magical botanical sculptor.

Celebrated for her sustainable sculptures and installations using organic and industrial recycled materials for over two decades – her creations are as distinctive as a thumbprint, and her varied clients span the length and breadth of Australia and overseas


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