• This painting is honoring the gorgeous Jacaranda trees that are predominately located around Sydney Harbour. Jacarandas Bloom in October and November and you will get to see a sea of lilac/purple decorating the streets. This gorgeous tree that I love originated from Brazil and can be found all over Australia. Medium: Acrylic and mixed media Dimensions: 45 x 45cm
  • Painted especially for the Art For Epilepsy art auction, Magic Forest at Night is full of magic and whimsy, which seeks to bring out the eternal child in all of us. The child that refuses to go to sleep late in the evening, insisting on hearing stories of mystical, magical creatures playing in the night. Medium: Acrylic on stretched canvas Dimensions: 90 x 120cm RRP: $1,100
  • Metamorphosis is inspired by transformation, on a physical, spiritual and intellectual level. Also inspired by my fascination of Sacred Geometry. Medium: Ink, paint and crystals on canvas Dimensions: 100 x 86cm This piece is framed. RRP: $2,000
  • This piece was created using a beautiful mix of pinks, purples and green, on board with high flow acrylics and pouring medium. The finish gives a textured yet shiny appearance with lovely mixing of the colours and marbling effect. Medium: High flow acrylics and pouring medium Dimensions: 35 x 45cm
  • With ‘hopes and dreams’ Coleen seeks a positive and perfect composition from imperfect pieces using acrylic paint washes, streaks and daubs and cut tissue paper. Inspired by traditional dream catchers symbolising protection and hope. The ‘dream dropper’ series explores human strength, how people can move forward with hopes and dreams and find the positive through the negative. Are the dreams falling away or are they about to coat us in hope and strength? Each day can be different. Medium: Acrylic paint, tissue paper on mat/mount board Dimensions: 37 x 48cm
  • This work is an exploration of the shapes cast by plant shadows and the absent spaces that appear between solid forms. Equally present and visible but often overlooked, this ‘scene between’ is a metaphor for the meaning and contentment individuals often find in the quieter, less visible aspects of life. Through the deconstruction of shape and form, Kristine seeks to alter perception so that the original motifs are barely recognisable. The flux of semi-figurative abstract shapes float in a field of distinctive colour, inspired by the detailed observation of Australian bush flora. Medium: Acrylic on 300gsm Arches Huile Paper Dimensions: 41 x 30cm
  • As is signature to my work, this piece is about interconnectivity and emulates the intricate connections in nature and it’s constant interactions.  In this case, the theme ‘must have purple’ drives the aesthetic and speaks to the beauty and intricacy of human thought and emotion as an element of natural existence. 

    Medium: Acrylic and ink on canvas Dimensions: 76.2 x 76.2cm This piece is framed in a custom white washed oak frame.
  • Medium: Acrylic and oil on wood Dimensions: 45 x 90cm
  • "Salt Tide" was created in 2015 and has no prior owners. Full authenticity certificate will be provided to the new owner. Artwork signed front and back. Artwork is finished in artist quality acrylic paints on a cotton canvas, stretched over a timber frame. Medium: Acrylic on linen canvas Dimensions: 101 x 101cm, canvas depth 3 cm RRP: $3,300
  • I am currently studying an MFA at the National Art School in Darlinghurst, conducting an enquiry into colour, form and light in Contemporary Geometric Abstraction. My practice explores the complexity found in the simplicity of shape and traverses the fluidity between art and design in painting. By combining an interdisciplinary approach to making art, I explore what it means to work within the expanded field of painting: painting in space, painting with light, painting with and without paint. The parabolic shape is the design foundation of my studio practice. Using the parabola as a visual tool, my practice explores the creative possibilities of this shape, through patterning and repetition found in Abstract Geometry. In Purple Mountainscape, the parabola’s form, oscillates between the rigid paths of its traditional shape and the dancing plasticity of the natural form. Presented as a series of arrangements the Organic Parabola series of paintings and drawings deliberates the creative potential of the parabola’s shape. Liberating the parabola’s form from its limiting curves and structures, the artworks reveal a pathway for mapping natural manoeuvres uniting freely and organically. Using acrylic paint on paper the transparency and translucency of colour and form are alternately layered and overlapped to resemble an abstract landscape, revealing inherent juxtapositions of form, where order and uniformity converge along with unpredictability and spontaneity, realized in the contrastingly and improvisational pouring of paint. Medium: Acrylic and spray paint on paper Dimensions: 46 x 33cm, 52 x 40cm (framed size) This piece is framed.
  • The interactions of technology and humanity are largely intertwined. Iteratively conditioned, processed, manufactured, and governed into what can be described as an ideal being. All the while, with each interaction, humanity finds itself more distanced from society. As humanity grows more distanced, they ultimately find themselves more comforted in the presence of technology. Medium: Paper, Gesso, Acrylic Paint, Permanent Marker Dimensions: 70 x 100cm This piece is framed.
  • Memories are formed but reinforced by our senses, our context, our emotions. Some are clear and well defined while others a blurry. Some change upon reflection, others are all but fleeting. Some seem to disappear as time rolls on. I wanted to use these nebulous thoughts and express them through paint and canvas. Medium: Acrylic on cotton canvas Dimensions: 101.6 x 50.8cm
  • One of the joys of traveling by car in the Adelaide Hills is the flashing views of light sparkling through trees in all seasons and at any time of day. Coming home from any trip, long or short is one of my favourite things. This painting celebrates my love of returning to our beloved home in our lovely Hills village. Medium: Acrylic on canvas Dimensions: 51 x 61cm
  • Medium: Acrylic on canvas Dimensions: 50.8 x 40.6cm
  • My artwork is inspired by life's adventures. I paint snippets of scenes from beautiful landscapes I have visited. “Shangri La” depicts a tropical garden drenched under a fresh rainfall. Ribbons of vibrant colour cascade across the canvas mimicking patterns in nature. This is an acrylic painting on gallery quality canvas with a spray glaze varnish to protect and enhance the colour. Medium: Acrylic paint on stretched canvas Dimensions: 72 x 122cm
  • It is imaginary landscape/seascape. Medium: Collage, paper and acrylic paint on board Dimensions: 30 x 30cm, 50 x 50cm (framed size) This piece is framed.

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