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Susan Skuse Captures The Natural Beauty Of Birds

A painter since childhood, Susan Skuse is a lifelong artist. Her vivid, creative work is alive with colours and complex layers, jumping off the...

A Shared Passion: The Love Between Painters

So many of the great paintings we know and admire have been inspired by love; the painter’s muse is, in so many cases, the...

Go With The Flow – Understanding Lara Accarias And The Art...

Energy. It’s one of the first things that come to mind when taking in any of Lara Accarias’ pieces. The sense of flow and...

3 Things You Didn’t Know About Australian Art

Australia’s art community has dealt with a lot of changes. And much like film, TV and even literature, it is usually associated with being...

Fern Siebler’s Elemental Inspired Art

Fern Siebler is a Melbourne-based artist who has always felt at home being creative. Growing up in the small regional town of Taggerty in...

Empowerment In Our Differences: Belinda Nadwie On Her Artist’s Process

For any artist, finding time to create art can be a challenge. For Belinda Nadwie, prolific painter and mother of three, the few hours...

Technicolour Wonder: Luke Mallie’s Bold and Beautiful Art

Luke Mallie, Art Lovers Australia, painting, Australian art, Indigenous art, culture With over two decades of art experience, Luke Mallie’s art is a vibrant representation...

Bringing The Beach To You With Art Lovers Australia

"I believe that art is an integral component in Interior Design. When I design a space, I choose the artwork first and work around...

Salt And Sea: The New Impressionist Undertakings Of Treena Seymour

Harking back to the Impressionists and inspired by Renoir and Monet, Treena Seymour’s paintings are an exploration of light, colour, and wonder. Based in...

More Than Just Flowers: Make The Most Of Valentine’s Day

For centuries, we have gifted flowers to our loved ones. As symbols of fertility, love, marriage, and romance, it’s no wonder they have become...