Explore to world of art !! Australia's number 1 publisher of Art magazines has created the best Art magazine. This magazine brings the best of all types of art and explores the whole of the art world. Meet inspiring artists using all forms of mediums including drawing. Also each issue we will meet an amazing photographer who will provide a workshop so you can take great photos to enhance your art work. With regular features on how to set up the perfect studio and road test products. We will also visit galleries from all over the world and local exhibitions and art fairs.
Stay True to Yourself • Explaining that practice makes perfect, and mileage is the one thing that will get you there, this artist has certainly travelled the miles to hone her much admired, award-winning style.
Feels Like Summer • The afternoon sun casts interesting shadows and dazzling reflections in this stunning beach scene.
Close-Up Photography • Exploring all things close-up and personal provides an endless inspiration of subjects for photography and art.
Newcastle Art Gallery • Newcastle Art Gallery sits proudly in its urban setting, gracing Newcastle’s Laman Street and overlooking Civic Park, adjacent to Darby Street’s shops and cafes. It is a major part of the city’s Civic precinct, which offers cultural spaces including the Gallery, Newcastle Region Library, Newcastle Museum and Civic Theatre all within easy walking distance.
BLACK WHITE & RESTIVE
Kilgour Prize 2016
John Olsen: The City’s Son
The Visual Communicator • Painting and creating are this talented artist’s passions, with Australia offering him a rich source of inspiration for his artistic endeavours.
Megz • The artist demonstrates how to create a good likeness in a portrait using acrylic paints and mediums.
I Wanted to be a Fairy • Growing up, I knew that I wanted to work with kids. I knew I wanted to be an artist, too, but what I really wanted to be was a fairy.
Foxy • The artist creates a brilliant smudge painting in Photoshop.
Set Yourself Apart
Colours of my Life • From the year dot, this artist has enjoyed ‘creating stuff’ – essentially making something out of little or nothing.
Spirit of ANZAC • The artist explains, “I wanted to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign in particular and WW1 in general, in an interesting way that didn’t glamourise or diminish from the horror of that time”.
Albany View • Albany Artist Margaret Dowdell