Acrylic on linen
Lily Pond is a good example of an artwork that could be interpreted in one of two ways. Either she’s created a purely abstract artwork that just so happens to look to us like a pond of lilies simply because Carter chose to give it this name. Or she deliberately tried to create an abstract representation of a pond of lilies that she’s seen.
Acrylic on linen
Realizing that there are different ways to approach art is important when attempting to understand abstract art. It is easy to appreciate a Picasso or a Monet, as the mastery of technique is visible.
Melbourne Veterinary School
Acrylic Paint on Stretched Canvas Frame
The colours and shapes on Gregory Matthews’ paintings symbolically represent the land on which all Australians live. The Australian Aboriginal people have always respected the land and its waterways; we are intrinsically connected to it.
Walk In The Woods
Acrylic on canvas
If this art could speak, it’d say: “Get out of the house, get off the computer, put on your running shoes, pack a picnic lunch and head out of the city for a walk in the woods.”
Grey Headed Flying Fox - Drying
Digital Inkjet Print
Grey-headed Flying Foxes in Melbourne presents a remarkable story of displacement and relocation. Curious to investigate the animal listed as threatened nationally, my aspiration was to document distinct individual personalities,
Original acrylic dot painting with glass
This artwork depicts the night sky with the Milky Way reflecting on the water with waves crashing on the shores. The oceans and living by the sea is part of my soul.
Original acrylic painting, rope, stone, and glass
The Universal Eye mixed medium piece that I did around 2006 as well depicting the Universal creation of humans. The colours unfolds and expands into the colours of the Chakra system and the DNA of each vibration.
Shadows and Silhouettes in Motion
Out of the Blue
The Sea Inside
From left to right
Ebru is the art of creating colourful unique patterns on a tray of water-based solution (a dense, sticky liquid form which is a mixture of water and carrageenan) by sprinkling and dropping earth pigments with special brushes and then transferring those designs onto the paper after manipulating the paints with tools like awls or manipulating the paper itself. All the artworks are created with the same process and technique.
Harmony with the Land Spirits
Original acrylic dot painting with sand, stone, cork
This mixed medium artwork with sand depicts how the land through the cycles of the seasons gives back to many tribes where they reside on the land. The green pathways of the desert region ready for gathering and sharing within their community.
Harmony with the River Spirits
Original acrylic dot painting with sand, stone, cork & moss
This mix medium art piece with sand depicts the indigenous people living by the rivers and waterways and their gathering within the water’s edge. There are areas by the seashores and rivers where tribes stack up stones within the water edge or river to trap fish for the community.
Oil On Linen
Monika Feuerstein loves painting with oils because of the intensity of hues and brilliance, creating depth through layers and layers of glazes. In a fast-paced world, Feuerstein loves this type of slow art; it’s archival and will last forever
Oil on Linen
Monika primarily is working in oils, her art is figurative realism with a hint of surrealism. Inspired by an old Art teacher and Portrait Artist (Andrew Forsythe), she became interested in the human form.
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