Work on Paper

  • Meagan Jacobs

    After 30 years of living on the NSW South Coast, Meagan Jacobs packed up her studio, grabbed the dog and… continue reading.

  • Miranda Russell

    Miranda Russell’s works are an intimate expression of her place in the world, and can best be understood as an… continue reading.

  • Stephen Ormandy

    Born in Melbourne, Stephen Ormandy graduated from The City Art Institute (now known as UNSW Art and Design) in Sydney… continue reading.

  • Sepideh Ilsley

    Sepideh Ilsley is a contemporary artist who draws upon her graphic design background to produce an abstracted, monochrome body of… continue reading.

  • Lev Khesin

    Lev Khesin, born in 1981 in Pensa, Russia,  the son of an artist couple – father and mother icon painter… continue reading.

  • Nikomachi Karakostanoglou

    Nikomachi Karakostanoglou is a Greek artist with a profound ability to reconcile life’s metaphysical impressions with the palpable components of… continue reading.

  • David Band

    David Band was born in Glasgow in 1959 and studied at the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College… continue reading.

  • Catherine Nelson

    Catherine Nelson is a photographic and photomedia artist whose fascinating practice has evolved from a degree in fine art from Sydney’s College… continue reading.

  • Danese Milano Tre, La Mela e Pera

    Danese Milano Tre, La Mela e Pera, is part of Enzo Mari’s 1963 nature series. Each print in the series… continue reading.

  • Imi Knoebel

    Imi Knoebel is a German painter and sculptor known for his contributions to and shaping of 20th century Minimalist abstract… continue reading.

  • Martin Kippenberger

    Martin Kippenberger was one of the most influential German artists of his generation. Emerging alongside Albert Oehlen and Günther Förg,… continue reading.

  • Len Klikunas

    Len Klikunas ’s sculptural, minimalist paintings are characterized by their understated simplicity and use of mixed materials. A Stanford University… continue reading.

  • David Hockney Caribbean Tea Time

    The art form Caribbean Tea Time by artist David Hockney is a lithograph in colours, collage, and acrylic on eight… continue reading.

  • Elsbeth Shaw

    Elsbeth paints draws and creates using hundreds, often thousands of circles full of colour. Symmetry and Style. History and Context…. continue reading.

  • Tomislav Nikolic

    Tomislav Nikolic has artful provocations which don’t initially appear sufficiently wilful to start a revolution. Of course the best art doesn’t… continue reading.

  • Reko Rennie – Work on Paper

    Reko Rennie – Work on Paper is an interdisciplinary artist who explores his Aboriginal identity through contemporary media. Through his… continue reading.

  • Danese Milano Uno, La Mela

    The graphic Danese Milano Uno, La Mela created in 1963, is part of the series della Natura from artist Enzo… continue reading.

  • Object Blanc No.28

    The Object Blanc No.28 poster design is inspired by graphic and organic shapes created by contrasting colours. This art piece… continue reading.

  • Ethan Cook

    Ethan Cook makes abstract, geometric “paintings” from sewn-together pieces of canvas, which he weaves from colored cotton and a four-harness… continue reading.

  • Melinda Schawel

    The abstracted compositions of Melinda Schawel conjure a kind of visual ecology; a symbolic world where concept and construct interact… continue reading.

  • Shane Drinkwater

    Shane Drinkwater delves into the act of painting landscapes with a minimum repertoire of visual elements aiming for a maximum… continue reading.

  • Kim Anderson

    Kim Anderson recently exhibited as part of Mutual Realities: Finding Common Ground in Uncertain Times at the Art Gallery of… continue reading.

  • Michael Cook – Invasion

    Invasion places an imaginative eye in Australian colonial history and turns around the dominant view, taking alien creatures into iconic… continue reading.

  • Robert Bittenbender

    Robert Bittenbender has been featured in articles for Hyperallergic, Two Coats of Paint and Art Asia Pacific. The most recent… continue reading.

  • Landon Metz

    Brooklyn-based artist Landon Metz has garnered critical attention for his ability to imbue a spare language of abstraction with visual… continue reading.

  • Veronica Cay

    Veronica Cay is an accomplished Australian contemporary figurative artist. Focusing on the practices of drawing and sculpture Veronica reflects upon… continue reading.

  • Paul Snell

    Through the work of Paul Snell, the daily saturation is replaced by selective sensitisation, these pieces continue an exploration of… continue reading.

  • Kate Ballis

    Kate Ballis is a Melbourne-based photographic artist whose work explores the theme of seeing the unseen. Her colour-drenched images of utopian… continue reading.

  • Jan Schoonhoven

    Jan Schoonhoven was a Dutch artist best known for his relief sculptures made from corrugated cardboard, papier-mâché, toilet rolls, and… continue reading.

  • Samuel Condon

    Samuel Condon is an Australian artist practising his art in Paris. His modes of creation revolve around painting and drawing,… continue reading.

  • Tracey Emin

    Tracey Emin has a poetic, confessional practice that spans film, painting, neon, embroidery, drawing, installation, and sculpture. A member of… continue reading.

  • Carla McRae

    Carla McRae is a Melbourne-based artist and illustrator. Growing up on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, she spent her childhood… continue reading.