Tasmanian visual artists

Featuring contemporary Tasmanian visual artists working across mediums of painting, textile, sculpture, print, drawing, digital media, performance, ceramics and more.
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The Guiding Spirit, Emily Blom, 2015. Emily’s work is a blend of the traditional and contemporary. Utilising printmaking techniques combined with painting, textiles, collage and photography, she creates multi-layered, hybrid works reflective of our experience in the everyday.  Emily is represented by Handmark.

The Guiding Spirit, Emily Blom, 2015. Emily’s work is a blend of the traditional and contemporary. Utilising printmaking techniques combined with painting, textiles, collage and photography, she creates multi-layered, hybrid works reflective of our experience in the everyday. Emily is represented by Handmark.

Curringa Farm, Hamilton, Effie Pryer, 2015. Painter, art conservation graduate, adorer of traditional portrait techniques. She enjoys pairing said techniques and mythological/historical allegory with modern interpretations and young faces. Represented by Colville Gallery

Curringa Farm, Hamilton, Effie Pryer, 2015. Painter, art conservation graduate, adorer of traditional portrait techniques. She enjoys pairing said techniques and mythological/historical allegory with modern interpretations and young faces. Represented by Colville Gallery

Summer Light on Derwent River, Leanne Halls, 2014. Leanne is a realist painter (not abstract) but she attempts to bring the feel of the scene through to her viewers. Her artwork is characterized by expressive brushstrokes, emotive colour schemes and lyrical compositions. Represented by Colville Gallery

Summer Light on Derwent River, Leanne Halls, 2014. Leanne is a realist painter (not abstract) but she attempts to bring the feel of the scene through to her viewers. Her artwork is characterized by expressive brushstrokes, emotive colour schemes and lyrical compositions. Represented by Colville Gallery

The Worst Day- South of Queenstown, Effie Pryer, 2015. Painter, art conservation graduate, adorer of traditional portrait techniques. She enjoys pairing said techniques and mythological/historical allegory with modern interpretations and young faces. Represented by Colville Gallery

The Worst Day- South of Queenstown, Effie Pryer, 2015. Painter, art conservation graduate, adorer of traditional portrait techniques. She enjoys pairing said techniques and mythological/historical allegory with modern interpretations and young faces. Represented by Colville Gallery

Hobart Dancer, by Tasmanian artist Margaret McAteer. Margaret’s inspiration comes from an interest in people, which leads her into diverse areas including politics. Screen printing allows Margaret to express her political views in the style of pop-art posters. She also creates screen prints of people from all walks of life, taken from original recent and historical photographs.

Hobart Dancer, by Tasmanian artist Margaret McAteer. Margaret’s inspiration comes from an interest in people, which leads her into diverse areas including politics. Screen printing allows Margaret to express her political views in the style of pop-art posters. She also creates screen prints of people from all walks of life, taken from original recent and historical photographs.

The Journey by Tasmanian artist John Karafyllis. Oil on canvas.

The Journey by Tasmanian artist John Karafyllis. Oil on canvas.

Aphrodite Pink - 'Secrets of Summer' #3, by Tasmanian artist Corinne Costello, 2015. "Finding inspiration in the mythological stories of metamorphosis my work traverses between figuration and abstraction. The painting constantly changes between form and formless, between the familiar and unfamiliar. I strive for a painting that has a sense of the mysterious, organically hovering and dissolving over the surface of the canvas."

Aphrodite Pink - 'Secrets of Summer' #3, by Tasmanian artist Corinne Costello, 2015. "Finding inspiration in the mythological stories of metamorphosis my work traverses between figuration and abstraction. The painting constantly changes between form and formless, between the familiar and unfamiliar. I strive for a painting that has a sense of the mysterious, organically hovering and dissolving over the surface of the canvas."

Little Girl and Puppets, Chen Ping, 2015. My works are a product of existing between two different cultures and societies they seek to explore and return to the beginnings of culture and re-examine the relationship between people, their environment, and animals.

Little Girl and Puppets, Chen Ping, 2015. My works are a product of existing between two different cultures and societies they seek to explore and return to the beginnings of culture and re-examine the relationship between people, their environment, and animals.

The Shape of the Wind no 495, Sue lovegrove, 2011. Photographer: Jack Bett. Stillness, wholeness, time, movement, light, wind and shadows are just some of the perceptions painter Sue Lovegrove responds to within her canvas. It is her mark making that creates the resonance to her work. Represented by Bett Gallery

The Shape of the Wind no 495, Sue lovegrove, 2011. Photographer: Jack Bett. Stillness, wholeness, time, movement, light, wind and shadows are just some of the perceptions painter Sue Lovegrove responds to within her canvas. It is her mark making that creates the resonance to her work. Represented by Bett Gallery

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