Australian Art

Australian art is a vibrant reflection of the nation’s rich cultural heritage and creative diversity, offering a wide range of styles and techniques that showcase the unique talents of its artists. From indigenous art to contemporary installations, Australia’s art scene is as diverse as its landscapes, with a dynamic interplay of influences from around the world that have been embraced, reinvented, and fused together to create a unique and innovative identity.

Indigenous Australian art, in particular, has gained international recognition for its distinctive style and cultural significance. This ancient art form dates back over 60,000 years, with rock paintings, ceremonial objects, and body art that have been passed down through generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. These traditional art forms continue to be practiced today, alongside contemporary interpretations that explore the themes of identity, history, and connection to country.

Meanwhile, contemporary Australian artists are also making their mark on the global stage, with innovative installations, sculptures, and paintings that reflect the nation’s multicultural society and its love for creativity. From urban street art to regional galleries, there is always something new and exciting to discover in Australia’s vibrant art culture.

By choosing to support Australian artists and their work, consumers are not only investing in high-quality products but also contributing to the local economy and promoting sustainable practices. This has led to a thriving arts scene that celebrates the old and the new, where traditional techniques might be applied to modern themes, or where new media is used to explore indigenous stories.

In conclusion, Australian art offers a rich and diverse range of styles and techniques that reflect the nation’s multicultural society and its love for creativity. From the ancient traditions of indigenous art to the contemporary installations of emerging artists, there is always something new and exciting to discover in Australia’s vibrant arts culture.

  • Glenda Cornell – Artist

    Glenda Cornell – Artist

    Basically a self taught artist starting my career as an artist by drawing caricatures for workmates at the Kyabram hospital.Around 1983.I began exhibiting my work in local art shows .This led to good sales and commissions. Corporate and private commissions are in many countries around the world, including U.S.A. England, Scotland, New Zealand, holland Canada…

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  • Dreamtime Artistry

    Dreamtime Artistry

    “Creating a space where the Indigenous Arts of all types can be shown to the world”Dreamtime Artistry is a newly established supplier of Indigenous art with the backing of over 30 years of experience in the industry.Our mission is to provide authentic Indigenous products sourced from as many local producers and artists as possible, stringently…

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  • Claire Mosely Art

    Claire Mosely Art

    Claire Mosley is a watercolour artist, natural dyer and environmental educator who paints and draws on Wurundjeri Country in Narrm, Melbourne. Inspired by the Australian bush, Claire captures the essence of lived moments on her outdoor adventures.

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  • Ikuntji Artists

    Ikuntji Artists

    Ikuntji Artists is a member-based, not for profit, Aboriginal art centre. It is situated in the community of Haasts Bluff (Ikuntji), and has a board of seven Indigenous directors all of whom live and work locally. Haasts Bluff has a population of around 150 people. Ikuntji Artists is registered charity with both DGR and PBI…

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  • Janine Mackintosh

    Janine Mackintosh

    I’m an assemblage artist and a caretaker of over 800 acres of woodlands, heathlands and wetlands on the wild south coast of Kangaroo Island, South Australia. It’s a precious swathe of ecological antiquity, where thousands of species have coevolved for millennia and developed highly complex relationships.My art practice sprang from the study of the plants…

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  • Caitlin Reilly

    Caitlin Reilly

    Caitlin Reilly is an Australian-born multi-disciplinary artist currently residing on Bundjalung Country in northern New South Wales, specifically Byron Bay, Australia. Caitlin has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions across Australia, China, and Europe. Her works have also graced prestigious venues such as the MAXXI Museum in Rome, the Shanghai Museum of Art, the Xuhui…

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  • Brookfield Sculpture

    Brookfield Sculpture

    At Brookfield Sculpture, I envision a connection between the natural grace of Brookfield’s landscape and the elegance of sculpture and garden art. As a local Brookfield sculptor and resident, I have rooted this vision in the authenticity and charm of our surroundings. Brookfield Sculpture is a celebration of the artistry that resonates with our rural…

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  • BeSwell Artistry

    BeSwell Artistry

    Bindi (33) has created many forms of art from a young age, and has recently decided to follow this self taught passion and put all her energy and focus into being a full time Artist. Bindi’s philosophy is there is no such thing as mistakes, only opportunities to try something new. Thus BeSwell Artistry came…

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  • Maegan Oberhardt

    Maegan Oberhardt

    Born in 1997 and raised on a rural property in Queensland, Australia; Maegan spent her early years surrounded by nature and native wildlife. This environment provided her with the opportunity to study their features, individual characteristics, movement, and their expressions. It taught her appreciation of the natural environment and inspired her passion for animals, becoming…

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  • Sarah Tracton

    Sarah Tracton

    Sarah Tracton is a multidisciplinary fine artist and bespoke lighting designer. A graduate of the National Art School, she has built a reputation for using innovative ceramic techniques to create bespoke handcrafted lighting that is an intersection of fine art, craft and functional design. She fuses innovative cordless technologies with traditional craft processes to create…

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  • Studio Onethirty

    Studio Onethirty

    Studio Onethirty is a hub of bespoke fabric, furniture and furnishings based in Sydney. Created by Sarah Kalidis in 2016, Studio Onethirty is the result of a lifetime passion for design and all things handmade. Having studied interior design and with 10 years working as an architectural consultant, the birth of her daughter in 2015…

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