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Diana Watson

Diana Watson















Born in Perth, Western Australia
Educated at Perth College (majoring in Art with teacher Robert Juniper)
Graduated in Fine Art and Commercial Art - Perth Technical College, Western Australia




















Esther Erlich


Ester Erlich



Esther Erlich has been exhibiting her figurative works since 1983..
She was the winner of the prestigious Doug Moran National Portrait Prize in 1998 and the Archibald People’s Choice Award in 2000.
Her paintings and drawings feature in prominent public and private collections throughout Australia and overseas including collections of the National Portrait Gallery, National Library and Performing Arts Museum.

Esther Erlich lives and works in Melbourne.


























Gavin Brown



Gavin Brown














In his new work, Gavin Brown has created a mythical undersea arbour that is the domain of a rarified breed of exotic beings and non-beings strangely alien to each other yet belonging. Much of the detail is disguised as iridescent and surreal sea-bed formations that create a grotto-like landscape backdrop to more a recognisable subject matter that makes the work unmistakably Gavin Brown in style.






The layering of colour, form and texture in these works is stylistically typical of the developmental process of Gavin’s works, but in these paintings, layers are stripped back, blurred and merged to reveal even more layers and new, previously unexplored colours and textures. Brenton Geyer, June 2010






















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