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Some of our Artists

Hariata Tangahoe

Since she first exhibited in the early 1980s, Tangahoe has been described as a naive painter, but these days she shrugs her shoulders and says she has never thought of her paintings in such terms.

Josefina Diazgranados

If there exists a pictorial work that in one way or another could resemble the immaterial patrimony of the Northern Colombian Coast that represents in each brushstroke the grace, the color, and the feeling implicit in the meaning of loving a specific zone

Janine Salway-Stubbs

Janine Salway-Stubbs is a graduate of the National Art School, Sydney. She has spent the last two decades, heading up art departments and teaching art in high schools. Her art has been described as captivating.

Lachlan Kennedy

Born 7th March, 1979 - A Dreamy, Artistic Piscean! Lachlan has lived in Redcliffe all his life. He developed his artistic talent under the tutelage of John Robinson whilst at Southern Cross Catholic College. He does very intricate fine line abstract pen and wash drawings. Decorating faces from the newspaper is another aspect of Lachlan's work adding humorous captions. The masterful use of colour with freely applied bold, vivid paint reflects the early influence of Van Gogh in Lachlan's first oil paintings.

 

On leaving school, Lachlan was introduced to oils by Kim Mancini, his mentor and tutor, whose constant encouragement has challenged Lachlan to greater heights. His early seascapes show the stormy face of the ocean with a very free application of colour but his more recent outback paintings show Lachlan developing new treatments of depicting light, atmosphere, colour and movement. Living in the beachside city of Redcliffe, Lachlan naturally progressed to painting seascapes where his work became lighter and more ethereal - many with a delicate luminosity of light, he refers to this as his Turner style.

 

His parents stories of their bush heritage - hailing from sheep properties between Winton and Richmond in far north Queensland inspired Lachlan to produce his outback series. Lachlan has a quirky sense of humor and a unique vision of the world. He loves music. In 2007 Lachaln held his first solo exhibition at the Graydon Gallery at New Farm, selling 60% of his work. A fantastic outcome for the talented young artist.

 

This young man's passion for art has created for himself a great art future.
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Lachlan Kennedy