NORMAN LINDSAY SCULPTURE

Norman Lindsay original Photograph in this Etching House web site was Published by The Lytlewode Press:  photo credit: Keith E. Wingrove (1910-1995) Portrait of Norman Lindsay Photograph Springwood  1952.   Norman Lindsay 1879 -1979 Norman Lindsay Sculpture Garden at Etching House In this Etching House Gallery of Norman Lindsay Sculpture Garden there are some historical … Continued

GILLIE AND MARC

About Gillie and Marc ‘The world depends on contemporary artists to challenge life as we know it. We, the contemporary artist pull apart the world, so it can be put back together as something different.’ As husband and wife, Gillie and Marc are Australian contemporary artists who collaborate to create art as one, applying the … Continued

PAMELA GRIFFITH

PAMELA GRIFFITH Born: 1943 Sydney Australia Studies: National Art School, East Sydney Technical College, 1961-1964; Art IV Prize, Sydney Teachers College 1965; Teachers Certificate, 1966; Bachelor of Art Education, Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education , 1983. Activities: Taught in Secondary schools, Technical Colleges, Colleges of Advanced Education, numerous community art schools; Master Printer; Artist; … Continued

MELISSA EGAN

Egan, born in Sydney in 1959, has studied at the World College of South East Asia in Singapore, and at the Australian National University. Her works are now held in private and corporate collections throughout Australia and overseas. Regarded as one of the most popular and dynamic artists of recent time, Melissa Egan’s storytale imagery … Continued

BRETT WHITELEY

Brett Whiteley is one of Australia’s most revered artists. His lyrical expressionism and lack of inhibition placed him at the forefront of Australia’s avant-garde art movement. He won many prizes and awards and his work hangs in numerous galleries, including the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, the Tate Gallery in London and the Museum … Continued

SALVATORE ZOFREA

Salvatore Zofrea was born in Borgia, Italy in 1946 and emigrated to Australia in 1956. He often draws on literary, historical and religious sources to develop intriguing tableaux and has three times been awarded Australia’s most prestigious prize for a subject painting, the Sulman – in 1977, 1979 and 1982. Best known for his major … Continued

YVONNE BOAG

Professional Qualifications Diploma of Fine Art, Printmaking, South Australian School of Art, 1977 Master of Fine Art, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, in progress One Person Exhibitions 1999 – Greenaway Gallery, Adelaide 1999 – Access Gallery, Sydney 1998 – Japan Foundation , Sydney 1998 – Maki Gallery, Tokyo 1997 – Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia … Continued

LIN ONUS

Lin Onus at Etching House Born 1948 in Victoria, Lin was the only child of Scottish mother, Mary, and Aboriginal father, Bill (from the Yorta Yorta language group). His passion for art developed early. Working with his father in the family business making boomerangs and other Aboriginal artefacts, and growing up surrounded by classical art … Continued

JOHN SPOONER

John Spooner Biography John Spooner was born in Melbourne in 1946. He studied law at Monash University , and practiced as a lawyer for three years. He commenced drawing for the “Age” newspaper in 1974, leaving the Law in 1977. 1982 Awarded the Barkley’s Award 1984 Two man exhibitions, prints and drawings, with fellow artist … Continued

CLARE MCSHANAG

Clare is a photographic artist with an unquenchable resolve to reveal her creativity through her work.