Art

art to inspire interior spaces

For those who love purveying their local galleries on a weekend or discovering new and emerging new talents in the global creative scene, we have created an est curation of galleries and artists to watch and follow. Featuring all mediums from photography and abstract paintings to fine art exhibitions, we share with you our own address book of contemporary art galleries to keep an eye on. 

  • Chris Bellamy | Luminescence

    We first came across artist Chris Bellamy’s work last year when window shopping down Armadale’s High street in Melbourne. Bellamy’s latest works… continue reading.

  • Dinosaur Designs | The Art of Black & White

    We just love the new colour collection The Art of Black and White by Dinosaur Designs Creative Directors, Louise Olsen… continue reading.

  • Photographer | Tara Pearce

    Tara Pearce is a Melbourne based photographer and shot our Issue #7 ‘Home of Heart’ story about Kerrie Golias house in… continue reading.

  • Jackson Pollock + Lee Krasner

    After a weekend with artist friends in East Hampton, Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner purchased a property that was to… continue reading.

  • Lisa Marie Frost | The Home of Art

    Thirteen years ago, Lisa Marie Frost turned her back on the corporate world after working as an Art Director for… continue reading.

Art & exhibitions

At est HQ we take the business or buying art seriously and value the process as so much more than simple house decoration. Whether it be following your favourite artist and attending their latest exhibition of abstract paintings or saving for that special installation art work that you simply must have, we share every new discovery from a canvas painting to landscape photography and contemporary art pieces.  

For those who love food photography Two Loves Studio is a must see and if you’re a fan of fashion as art, then the Fashionable Selby portrait has you covered. Travel to Vienna and experience the Art X Interior art exhibition, meet artist Megan Weston in her abstract art studio or live vicariously through Christine Francis’ landscape photography exhibition, American: En Route.