Aboriginal Art: Billy Doolan – Patterns of Life

Internationally exhibited artist and Palm Island Aboriginal elder, Billy Doolan has exhibited and led cultural programmes across Australian and the world. Sharing inspirational messages and…

Arthur Boyd – The Poet with the Paintbrush

The 1957 Arthur Boyd painting Shearers Playing for a Bride is the most powerful and emotionally moving work I’ve ever seen – it’s haunted me…

Feasting at the Winter Table In Milawa

Milawa Gourmet Region’s Off Centre Gallery to Plate up a Ceramic Arts Feast this Winter On the Queen’s Birthday long weekend 2018, Friday to Monday,…

Spirits in the Scrub – The artists of Ngukurr

Maureen Morrangulu Thompson, one of Australia’s most gifted Aboriginal artists, knows how to excite viewers, telling uniquely detailed stories within her paintings. One of my…

Jim van Geet – Light, Composition & Angst

Victorian artist Jim van Geet has a long-term vision – to slowly grow an art business that educates people on their own level and at…

Aboriginal Exhibitions Gallery at Rutherglen Estates Opens

Dhungala: A  landmark launch exhibition featuring Latje Latje and Yorta Yorta artists Trevor ‘Turbo’ Brown and Craig Charles. A strong sense of togetherness and a…

Asher Bilu – Twenty Thousand Light Years Above the Sea

Every three months for the past 40 years I’ve visited my good friend the great artist Asher Bilu to get a fix – art fix,…

Jim van Geet: Selected Works

TOP: Jim van Geet, The Jury Whisperer (Charles Waterstreet), 2015  90 x 150cm, oil on linen Victorian artist Jim van Geet gathers background and visual…

Van Gogh and the Seasons

Just before his death, Vincent van Gogh said to his beloved brother Theo, ‘La tristesse durera toujours’ ­– the sadness will last forever. And many…

Infinite Oasis – Myrtleford Art Gallery

TOP: Beryl Gay: Of Rugged Mountain Ranges (detail), 2015 Oil on stretched canvas 60 x 150cm Visitors to artist Jim van Geet’s new Myrtleford Contemporary…