Winner of the Archibald, Blake and Sulman Prizes Looby is one of the giants of Australian art, and has held Australian society to account with his incisive, satirical humour and fearless commentary on the late 20th century.
Australian artist Tony Twigg has a strong international practice with 60 solo exhibitions presented in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines since 1975. Over his long career Twigg has also been known for his multi-disciplinary and film works, included in the iconic Cannes Film Festival.
Winner of the Sydney Peace Prize, George Gittoes is an anti-war artist and documentary maker whose films have shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
England Born Artist Lucinda McDonald's abstract, experimental paintings and sculptures continually strive to create balanced
compositions, through the systematic, playful approach she takes with colour, line and shape.
Ecuadorian-born Mariana del Castillo is an Australian multidisciplinary Contemporary artist
who has participated in numerous sculpture festivals/biennials and residences, and is currently a visual arts mentor for the University of Canberra ADF Arts for Recovery program.
A finalist in the Blake Art Prize and the Archibald’s Salon des Refusés, Ric Abel travels through landscapes, skulls and quasi-cubist subjects. His art is introspective and exploratory, humorous and dark.
British-Australian artist Cat Doyle explores themes of loneliness and belonging with a particular interest in counterculture and literary circles. A Gateshead lass from North-east England, she now lives and works in the Southern Highlands NSW.
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