My paintings are eclectic and interesting. They will provide a talking point over late night dinners, but strangely enough weather the light of day extremely well. Of course that may depend on the level of partaking from the night before. Open: 10am to 4pm
This prolific Scottish Artist has won numerous prizes, both overseas and in Australia for his impressive landscape paintings. Regularly exhibiting internationally with gallery representation in London and Edinburgh, Robert is widely collected in Europe , America and Australia and has major works in many public galleries and corporate collections, including The Scottish National Galleries Collection, […]
Prue Cole moved to Castlemaine in 2003 to be “back in the bush”. She found that she was in a town rich with artistic and inspiring people offering great opportunities to learn. Prue studied painting and drawing for 3 years, firstly at Continuing Education in Castlemaine, and then at Bendigo TAFE. Since then has held […]
I’ve been painting the country around Castlemaine for the better part of 30 years and never tire of the rolling hills, granite outcrops, rhythms, textures and colours. There’s order and geometry, but mostly wonderful chaotic confusion. It’s a beautiful, rugged, inspiring landscape which I love using as a backdrop and motif in my paintings.
I have always created images from my immediate environment, most recently the legacy of Chinese and European settlement and mining in the central Victorian Goldfields. Two themes that often overlap, have evolved – the landscape – the diggings and built environment. Studio interiors and still life, which often include cemetery ornaments, skulls and found objects, along […]
I choose art as the language that best articulates the deeper being that resides within. A sense of personal freedom is gained by producing abstract art that encompasses 2D and 3D space. Occasionally I use the figurative option to draw on the symbols that occupy the spiritual space. I draw guidance from the traditions of […]