Sand Dollar Cinnamon Sugar Cookies
Do you love sand dollars as much as me?! Try these easy to make sand dollar cinnamon sugar cookies - that look just like the real thing! Yummy & perfect!
Barbara Kitallides - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
Painting by Melbourne artist Barbara Kitallides. Photo – Eve Wilson. Studio details from the workspace of Melbourne artist Barbara Kitallides. Photo – Eve Wilson. Barbara at work in her home studio. Photo – Eve Wilson. Melbourne artist Barbara Kitallides in her home studio. Photo – Eve Wilson. A couple of months ago I gave a little talk at The Social Studio in …
The Australian Society of Miniature Art (NSW) was started in 1985. At least two exhibitions a year are held, one being the Annual Awards Exhibition which is open to all Australian artists and the others being themed exhibitions for exhibiting members held in a commercial or regional gallery. The Annual Awards Exhibition for 2018 will…
Brett Whiteley - 43 artworks - painting
Brett Whiteley lived in the XX cent., a remarkable figure of Australian Neo-Expressionism. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
LARGE TREE PAINTING Australian artwork Eucalyptus landscape | Etsy
If you prefer a painting already completed ready to post click on this store category https://www.etsy.com/shop/GerckenGallery?section_id=10035639&view_type=gallery LARGE TREE PAINTING Australian artwork by G.Gercken Select your size from the DROP DOWN menu on the upper…
Albert NAMATJIRA, Love's Creek, MacDonnell Ranges c.1948 Hermannsburg, Northern Territory, Australia Drawing, Watercolour, Technique: watercolour, over black pencil cs.nga.gov.au
Archibald Prize Archibald 2011 finalist: Mother (a portrait of Cate) by Del Kathryn Barton
Del Kathryn Barton won the Archibald Prize in 2008 with a self-portrait that depicted her with her son and daughter. This year her subject is actor Cate Blanchett, who is co-artistic director of Sydney Theatre Company with her husband Andrew Upton.
Syncromy in orange major, 1919 by Roland Wakelin
What convinced the cautious Wakelin to embark on an interlude of avant-gardism around 1919 can only be surmised. In that year, with Roy de Maistre, he showed 'colour harmonies' - tiny chromatic experiments without precedent in Australian painting. Older by ...