Picture Framing
Expert framing and advice by Paolo, art care and custom picture framing service available in-house at Landsborough Galleries on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
  • Give your art and pictures a new look with a new frame, or replace the old matt borders!
  • Many new and beautiful frame mouldings, modern framing options and museum quality glare-less glass are now available! The new glass is completely amazing for protection and glare reduction!
  • Art care and re-framing, glass replacement, originals cleaning, custom and production computer-cut matt picture borders. Volume orders welcomed! 
  •  Home and business art décor and art lighting professional consultations are available. We can came to your place and produce a professional options report, obligation free. (Call for consultation prices)
  • Top quality canvas stretched ready for painting and hanging can be made to any size to order. best quality stretcher bars in various thickness.
 
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ROBERT HAGAN
 
Robert Hagan latestBrumby Crossing by Robert Hagan
Robert Hagan original art shows his mastery of light and shadow ..
Robert is rated in the top 5 western artists in the US and no1 in Australia
Artist Robert Hagan
Born in 1947 and raised in the lush, languorous sub-tropical northern New South Wales, Australia
and educated at Newcastle University, he communicates in a typical offhanded Aussie manner.
Widely traveled with studios in Suffolk, England., San Diego, USA., Southport, Australia and
Pattaya, Thailand.

Robert goes about his art with confidence, humility and pragmatism.

He explains, "When you look at things you tend to concentrate on one element, a boy or girl
at the waters edge, for example. It's hard to bring into meaningful vision the entire scene at the
one occasion. It's all there, but its not defined and it's that which is peripheral to the starting point".
The key to impressionism is keying in the peripheral to the starting point".

Although Hagan paints varied subjects, landscapes, seascapes, western, portraits and figurative
he
insists that his paintings here and there go beyond obvious recognizable subject. This is especially
the case now in 2002. He says "make a painting like the recognizable subject rather than executing
a literal representation. It's better to paint the effect of what is there...what is left in the back of
 the head! That's impressionism, and that I hope is where I am"

Click Here to see Hagan's Autobiography on YouTube
Click Here to see some of Hagan's Splash Of Colour TV Series.



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JOHN BEEMAN
John Beeman - Artist
In the tradition of the early European artists, John Beeman paints exclusively on panels prepared with  ground rabbit skin gesso. Each work is developed by under-painting, tonal modelling and glazing resulting in finished work that has atmosphere and luminosity; a quality that direct painting can rarely achieve. Johns thorough and often laborious approach to each of his paintings result in a body of work that offers a unique and enduring archival quality.
 
 John Beeman
 
 The original version of " The Geebung Polo Club" with the artist John Beeman.

Solo Exhibitions

2010 Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
2007 Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
1999 Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
1997 Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
1995 Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
1993 Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
1990 Duke of Wellington Gallery Mosman
1986 Anvil Art Gallery – Kiewa Valley
1985 The Parmenter Gallery, Walcha
1985 Albert Gallery, Sydney
1984 Weswal Gallery, Tamworth

Prizes and Awards

1989 Port Macquarie Art Society, ‘Rio Art Carnival’ 1st Prize
1989 Rotary Club of Wauchope 1st Prize
1988 Port Macquarie Art Society, ‘My Fair Lady’ 1st Prize
1987 Macquarie Award 1000 – Major Prize
1986 Port Macquarie Art Society – Winner Open Section
1985 Macquarie Award 1000 – 1st Prize
1984 Mid North Coast Art Society – 1st Prize (shared)
1984 Scone Art Prize, Traditional Winner
1983 Scone Art Prize, Major Prize
1982 Port Macquarie Art Society, Easter Art Prize 1st Prize
1982 Mid North Coast Art Society, Major Award/1st Prize
1981 Wauchope Art Festival – 1st Prize
1981 Scone Art Prize – 1st Prize & Highly Commended
1981 Port Macquarie Spring Exhibition – 1st Prize
1980 Mid North Coast Art Society Exhibition – 1st Prize
1980 Port Macquarie Spring Exhibition – 1st Prize
1976 Thooyes ‘Paint a Pub’ – 1st Prize
1975 On Broadway Art Prize – Grand Prize & 1st Prize
1972 Hunters Hill ‘Jeanneret Award’ – 1st Prize

Combined Exhibitions

2002 Byron Fine Art Gallery
1999 Rotary Club Wauchope
1996 North Sydney Fine Art Gallery
1995 3 Bell Court, Wodonga
1992 Anvil Art Gallery, Canberra
1987 Park Art Gallery, Woollahra
1986 Royal Art Society of NSW – Easter Exhibition
1986 St Josephs College, Annual Exhibition
1984 Mid North Coast Art Exhibition
1984 St Josephs College, Annual Exhibition
1984 Weswal Gallery, Tamworth
1984 Macquarie 1000 Art Award
1983 St Josephs College, Annual Exhibition
1983 Wauchope Annual Art Festival
1982 Woolshed Gallery – Year of the Tree
1982 MS Society Annual Exhibition
1982 Wauchope Annual Art Festival
1981 Macquarie 1000 Group Exhibition






IAN MASTIN
IAN MASTIN is a modern master in the tradition of still life painting.
Acrylics on board. We are stocking new paintings now!
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Ian Mastin - Classical Still Life Paintings

Ian Mastin artist at work

Ian Mastin was born in Leicestershire, England, and as a child moved with his family to Queensland, Australia.

Ian had no involvement with art during his school days and it was only in the mid 1980s that he began to sketch for recreation. It was at this time that Ian was invited to exhibit his work in a Brisbane gallery where he first experienced success. In 1991 he returned with his Scottish-born wife and their children to Britain, settling in East Lothian. It was here that he picked up a paintbrush for the first time and after a year of experimentation in fundamental techniques, he committed himself to painting full-time.

As a novice,  his early works were mainly watercolour and the subject matter varied, but it was his discovery of still life in the traditional style that gave him the direction he had been seeking and the passion to pursue his artistic goal of excellence in this genre. His chosen medium is acrylic.

Aple and Blossom by Ian Mastin Paolo Fanali T/A Landsborough Galleries
"Apple and Blossom" acrylic on board - 20.5 x 23 cm
Claret with Hazelnuts 35.5 x 30.5 cm
 
Ian particularly enjoys working with items of simple utilitarian use - the detritus of life from earlier generations. An old, much loved and worn book or bowl can bring as much joy for him to paint as a most complex composition. Indeed, his predilection is to beget a sense of appreciation in reflecting upon old, used everyday objects which have no intrinsic value except for the richness of their history and the hands they have passed through. In this there is a thread running back to the life of the person who crafted and used the object, though most likely now long forgotten, as well as that same thread beckoning future generations to pause a moment and consider those who have passed this way before, and of the fleeting nature of life.

Ian exhibits regularly throughout Scotland and England. His paintings may be found in collections around the world.


 

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ROBERT CHARLES MARTIN
  Classical  Ballet, figure work,  portraiture, landscape. Robert Martin preferred medium is oil on canvas.
 
nude figure by Robert Martin  Lifesavers race by Robert Martin   art by Robert Martin 
   Robert Martin - Artist's profile  - www.robertmartinart.com.au  Artist's website.
Born in Brisbane in 1947, Robert Martin has had a passionate attachment to painting since childhood. His career started at the tender age of fifteen when he was drawn into the hard-edged world of Advertising as a trainee illustrator/designer. Serving his early years as a freelance artist, junior art director, he took the bold step of starting his own Ad Agency, Robert Martin Advertising, at the surprisingly young age of twenty-five.

His agency went on to operate successfully for over thirty years, yet throughout its history, Robert never lost his lust for the smell of oils and the challenge of a blank canvas. As well as being the agency's principal, he held the position of Creative Director and always maintained a "hands on" approach to the agency's creative direction with the help of a team of very talented and capable people.

Now retired from business, Robert has made room in his life for his love of painting and to fulfill his creative appetite, he has been honing his talent and technique in many workshops conducted by successfully established artists of repute.

Now with five solo Exhibitions, Robert's themes have been drawn from his long-standing love affair with the sun, sand and sea. His coastal lifestyle subjects have evoked an enthusiastic response from people viewing his first works displayed. His figurative works have also been recognized with recent first art prize awards.

A trip to France in September 2004 has provided Robert with a broad scope of new subjects and an opportunity to experiment with a new execution of style. This series was a collection of strikingly diverse images including figure studies. This successful exhibition was held in September 2005.

Paintings are featured in leading art galleries & private collections extensively in Australia, San Francisco, New York and Oklahoma.

After traveling to Italy in April/May 2006, Robert has prepared a series of images depicting the unique lifestyle and architectural treasures of a captivating landscape.
 
Italy by artist Robert Martin    Venice by Robert Martin
 
 
 
 
 
 



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GREG HAWKE
Greg is a self taught artist who paints what he is passionate about. His paintings portray the interconnection between the wildlife and the habitat on which the birds and animals are dependent.  "I really love the Australian bush. It has some magnificent gum and rainforest trees. The colours of the bark of these trees can really pop out at you in the right light. I have always been fascinated by living things and the way in which they interact with each other and their environment. One of my biggest hopes is that my paintings and those of other wildlife artists, help to impress upon people, the importance and value of the natural world and that conservation is very much worthwhile. I try to depict the wildlife in a manner that enhances the animal or birds and helps tell a story that will hopefully resonate with other people.”
In 2003, Greg received the Geoff Douglas Memorial Encouragement Award for first year exhibitors from the Wildlife Art Society of Australia.

He has recently been chosen as the winner of the Australian Artist ”Favourite Subject Challenge, No 59” for his Blue Wren painting titled "Faeries”.
Greg Hawke
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SHRAVAKA WOODS

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Shravaka Woods' art shows strength and delicacy which have been developed and perfected over years of her professional career in the arts. Her work reveals a sense of spirit and celebration of life, which has gathered much attention and accolade since gaining her Bachelor of Design degree in 1985. She has provided unique and creative solutions for private and corporate clients worldwide.
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LAILA BELL
Laila was born north of Copenhagen, Denmark.

From an early age she knew the path in her life would be too express herself in some form of art. This desire brought her to study full time for 5 years at Copenhagen Art School, examining many different mediums and learning the classical way of drawing and studying the figure. A few years at various art colleges in the USA completed her formal schooling in the arts. As she has continued expanding her expression through various mediums, she acknowledged that being an artist is an ever evolving wondrous journey that never ends.

In 1985, a new phase started with immigrating to Australia. Lailas life expanded to include 3 beautiful daughters and a busy time with numerous exhibitions mainly showing paintings and drawings.

Sculpting had always been a fascination for Laila, but no access to a foundry had made it difficult. In the year 2000, Laila began to sculpt. Sculpting and drawing are very closely linked and it was a joy to combine years of honing her drawing skills to expand into the new media, clay.

The intimacy and the sensuality is a continuous link throughout all of Lailas creations. They speak to your heart. Simple as that.

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TED MORAN - Glass & Steel Sculptor
Ted Moran exhibits modern glass,stone and steel sculptures at
Landsborough Galleries, Sunshine Coast Hinterland

Ted Moran sculptor

 Ted Moran is a professional sculptor who  began his career with Metal and Glass on  the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. He is  now based at the Sunshine Coast,  exhibiting in several galleries. After  completing his training as a fitter and turner  at the age of twenty-two, he was  encouraged by a work colleague to explore  creative work in the metal mediums. His  career in this art form includes sculptures  in stained glass panels and combinations  of metal Stone and and glass blocks.

 Major Pieces Commissioned include:
 * Manyung Gallery: Regular exhibitions
 * Peninsula Grammar Chapel: Stained  Glass, Sculptured steel and glass screens.
 * St Vincents Private Hospital: Stained  Glass, Sculptured steel and glass screens for the Chapel music area.
* St Marks Uniting Church Mornington: "Theme of Unity” - Large Stained Glass windows to complement the
110 year - old church windows.
* Village Theatres, Sydney, Melbourne: Wall & house light sculptures
* Knights of Malta: Crucifixes in the style of the iconic symbols of the group.
* Frankston (Monash)Teachers College: Figure flying to the Sun on the building face.
* Australian Administration Staff College, Mt. Eliza: Foyer Sculpture in the theme of their insignia.
* Scotch College, Melbourne: Sculpture insignia theme of "The Burning Bush" from biblical text.

Awards:
Peninsula Sculptor Prize "Alan McCullock”
Schweppes Art Prize
Peninsula Sculptor Prize "Ken Scarlet”






ANDO
ANDO - Artist profile
Sleeping Lubra by ANDO  
 
From his first painting at the age of four to the World’s Largest Work of Art
at the age of forty, Ando has created a portfolio of amazing variety. Over
one hundred of his paintings have been published as limited editions and
other various products. Ando’s exhibitions have always been sell-outs
including two which were opened by the Governor General of Australia.
Ando has been an established artist for over 25 years in his native Australia,
exhibiting since the age of 15. Amazingly, this incredibly gifted artist is self-taught
and has never had an art lesson in his life!

The world's largest art work "Mundi-mundi Man" by Ando

In recent years, Ando has decided to challenge himself with bigger projects.
He has amazed viewers with the remarkable Big Picture which, towering at
over 10 meters high and almost 100 meters around, is believed to be the
World's Largest canvas painting by a single artist. Ando's 46 million square
foot Mundi Mundi Man, the World's Largest Work of Art which was etched
into the Mundi Mundi plains in outback Australia , has been featured on
ABC and Ripley's Believe it or Not. (You can even view Mundi Man on
Google Earth!)

Although he has the incredible engineering and artistic skills to create such
colossal projects, Ando’s sense of detail is also evident in every square inch
of each painting on 'normal sized' canvas! His paintings reflect his style of
Ando-Realism -- an amazing feel for perception, reflection, depth, shadow
and light. Ando’s still life paintings have an energy and action that defy the
term "still". The quality and incredible detail of Ando's work speaks for
itself in every brush stroke. You feel as though you can walk into his
landscapes, or touch the feathers on each bird.
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WILLIAM T COOPER - (1934-2015)
WILLIAM T COOPER - (1934-2015)
 
William T. Cooper first gained artistic prominence for his ornithological illustrations in A Portfolio of Australian Birds. His international reputation was firmly established in 1973 with the publication of Parrots of the World and today Bill's paintings are housed in public galleries, government institutions and private collections throughout the world. William passed away May 10th 2015 painting till his last day.
 
Bill's talent for combining scientific accuracy with vibrant artistic technique was formally recognized in 1990 when the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (USA) awarded him the gold medal for his 'artistic endeavours and life's work which have contributed to mankind's better understanding and appreciation of living things'. He was the first Australian to receive this prestigious award and in 1994 was awarded the Order of Australia (AO) for his contribution to Art and Ornithology.

The 1,236 fruits illustrations reproduced in this book show William T. Cooper's dedication to the world of nature. He captures the finest details - from tiny spines on pods to fibers of palm fruits and imperfections created by living creatures of the rainforest. Each painting shows the ranges in size, shape and colour of the fruit as well as a cross-section exposing the distinctive colour and texture variations of the seed. It has been a rare privilege to publish art of such magnitude, skill and beauty.
 
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GREG POSTLE
Greg Postle's originals, all Limited Edition prints on canvas and art paper as well as some rare prints are available at Landsborough Galleries
Field Day - 1600x900mm
"Field Day" - going fast - Limited edition Giclee signed canvas.

Greg Postle artist
 
Greg Postle is now one of Australia's most sought after wildlife painters.

Greg's love of wildlife began on a cattle property in Central Queensland where he spent his early years. His painting career began on a part-time basis at the age of 27 and after just twelve months, without any formal training, he began painting professionally.

His main subject matter is birds which, since childhood, have always held a fascination for him. Each of Greg's paintings captures the essence of the birds he paints while maintaining a focus for ornithological correctness and the artistic merit of each painting is brought to life by the creative story it portrays.
 
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Greg Postle's "The Gathering" - available on canvas and paper.

Greg has received numerous awards for his paintings and since first entering in the prestigious 'Birds in Art' wildlife art exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wisconsin, USA in 1999 and has consistently had his paintings selected for this international exhibition.

Landsborough Galleries can confidently guarantee to offer the most comprehensive selection of Greg Postle Limited Edition signed prints (published by Origin Publishing), anywhere worldwide. In addition to stocking his most recent prints, we also have a range of rare and previously 'sold out' print editions on both canvas and paper, which have recently been made available from Greg's personal stock.

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GIOVANNA CATTOI
GIOVANNA CATTOI
Giovanna's Underwater Series
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Underwater Series

Giovanna Cattoi was born at Monte Argentario, Tuscany, Italy. After her early studies she attended the studios of several leading artists and attracted early recognition for her instinctive grasp of composition, movement and colour. She soon gained impressive awards and commendations at various exhibitions and her work can be found in the homes and galleries of well known collectors.

Since settling in Australia she has exhibited successfully in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and extensively throughout Queensland. Her showings were excitingly different and many of her exhibitions were sell-outs.

During a visit to Cairns, Giovanna became entranced with the diversity of colours and uniqueness of the underwater life of the Great Barrier Reef. Equipped with scuba gear and sketching on used x-ray plates, she captured the reef’s authentic wildlife. Her underwater work reflects the true life and habitat of all fish species and plants.

Since becoming one of Australia’s leading underwater artists , her paintings have been in high demand in Singapore, Hong-Kong, Japan and the USA and have sold well in other countries around the world.

Giovanna has an intense interest and knowledge of the underwater world. She received a standing ovation when addressing the seventh annual conference of the "Marine Education Society of Australia” on the Gold Coast, where she described the Great Barrier Reef’s underwater world as "A Liquid Eden”.

In her youth, Giovanna traveled extensively with her archaeologist parents. All over Europe, Mexico and South America, where her parents at that time were interested in pre-Columbian civilizations. Hence her recent paintings of Peruvian Legends. Givanna is now retired from the gallery and plans a more pieces in the future. Giovanna is 80 next year.


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CAROLINE CORBY
CAROLINE CORBY

Caroline was born in England and went to London School of Arts and Crafts where she took her Diploma in Art and Design majoring in Sculpture. Most of her works were quite large relating to the human figure.

Later, whilst raising her family, Caroline lived in Saudi Arabia for nearly three years. Due to a limited supply of art materials, Caroline turned to making batik wall hangings depicting local architecture and people in the market place. A few years later several trips to Nigeria, enabled Caroline to bask in African art and look again at very strong direct sculpture and pottery with beautiful lines and balance. Back in England, Caroline explored ceramics making hand built pots and building her own kiln.

in 1991 Caroline immigrated to Sydney, Australia and again changed direction. Each new influence seems to demand a new medium and here Caroline returned to basics and resumed life drawing. She discovered the beauty of pastels and started to absorb the strong influences of the fragile Australian landscape and the diverse population of Sydney.

Caoline has now spent 18years in Australia and no longer feels like a visitor. Caroline spent 10 years teaching at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery.
She now works in a wide range of materials and mediums including oils and acrylics and clay exploring two and three dimensional work.
Caroline now lives and works in Bundeena South of Sydney, she sells her work through the Bundeena Mainbar Art Trail where she opens her home and gallery space every month. She also exhibits work in local exhibitions within the Sutherland Shire. Caroline has work in many private collections around the world.




BEAT URFER
Beat Urfer, enamel artist
Beat Urfer exquisitely pigmented enamel art is combined with acrylic paintings of tropical scenes

 Tropical Still Life  



DARRYL TROTT
DARRYL TROTT
DARRYL TROTT 
 
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    Glorious Spring - Darryl Trott - Watercolour
 
The world has lost a wonderful person and it's greatest watercolour artist following Darryl's untimely death on the 9th June 2004 following a heart attack. Despite this tragic loss we are fortunate to have the legacy of his magnificent original art here at Landsborough Galleries.

Darryl Trott achieved a feel and flow with watercolour that no other medium comes close to. The Australian born artist was inspired from the very young age of six when he received his first set of watercolour paints for Christmas. From this early age he knew that his fingers and watercolour paint were a natural combination. But it was thirty years or more before his childhood love of flowers and art were brought to the surface by Ruth Tuck, a great Australian floral artist and teacher.

On moving to the United States, Darryl soon became one of America's top water colourists. His paintings  have graced the walls of the White House, purchased by the Clintons, the homes of Pavarotti and Oprah Winfrey to name a few.

Landsborough Galleries currently have six Darryl Trott original paintings available for sale. We also sell a full range of Darryl Trott's Limited Edition giclee prints (printed by Origin Publishing) and have a selection of rare prints available.

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DONALD JAMES WATERS
 
Donald James Waters

Donald James Waters is an established Australian artist with an illustrious career spanning well over three decades. While best described as a contemporary artist, Donald's artwork transcends many genres to create a truly unique yet ever evolving and eclectic style.

Donald is a man who is passionate about his art. He sees it as an adventure that must be experienced not only by the artist, but also by the viewer.  When speaking with him you can't help but be engulfed by his presence, he sees the world from a spiritual, naive and beautiful perspective. Listening to Don you are plunged into a vibrant and colourful world which he recreates onto canvas. To Don art must always remain a journey; he assimilates this to the emotion of driving into a new land and looking down into a valley he has never been before.

Don has relaxed the confines of his initial beginnings in botanical art by using stylised strokes, over-emphasised characters and bold blocks of colour to shift his primary focus to that of a storyteller rather than a technically correct traditional artist. As taught by his mentor and teacher, Francis Lymburner - famous Australian Artist, movement can be derived from just a few strokes; infinite detail is not required to catch the eye. He draws from his vast experiences both on the coast and inland Australia to bring his paintings to life with a dash of humour and excitement.

Internationally...

Dons international career is now gaining momentum and he has been fortunate enough to take his art to every corner of the globe through a series of one-man exhibitions and as a guest artist on-board several cruise lines. His distinctive style has made its way into the catalogues of many private and corporate collectors alike, including that of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II art collection after the Queens stay at CHOGM he was asked to design paintings to decorate the dignitary reception and accommodation areas.

 

 

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Art is available in high quality limited edition giclee prints.
 

 

 

 


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LYN ELLISON
River Revellers
 
After years as an art teacher, potter and sculptor, Lyn was inspired by her friendship with a white backed magpie to take up the brush. Living close to a number of National parks and with platypus in the river, possums on her roof and an increasing number of birds dropping in to visit, Lyn has continued to gain popularity as an artist painting and sculpting the subjects she sees everyday around her home.
Lyn paints in oil and acrylic, has a number of limited edition prints and has recently written and illustrated a book ëWild about you ñ Lucky Chanceí about raising a wallaroo. She also joined with fellow artist and QWASI member Peta Boyce for ëWild about you ñ Friends with feathersí.
Lyn has won numerous awards and is well regarded as an artist both in Australia and overseas. Her work is in many private and corporate collections.
Lyn is a popular wildlife artist represented by galleries in Queensland, N.S.W and Victoria. She has published a number of limited edition prints of her work as well as two illustrated books about the care of animals and birds. Articles about her work have appeared in ìAustralian Artistî and she has won a number of awards.
Lynís paintings celebrate the beauty of Australian wildlife and the environment that surrounds them and she hopes this will touch people enough to take more care.
 
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LYN DIEFENBACH

Biography - Lyn Diefenbach

Lyn Diefenbach was born in Yeppoon and grew up with a family heritage of painting, pottery and wood-turning and had a paintbrush in her hand from a very early age. After working exclusively in oils, Lyn began experimenting with pastel in July 1995 and was quickly drawn to its immediacy and spontaneity. A workshop at 'Willowbank' in Victoria with pastellist Ted Berry further enthused her, so much so, that in March 1998 she received her official recognition as a Master Pastellist from the Australian Pastel Society.

Lyn's philosophy is to be "always learning" and to achieve masterly qualities within her work. She takes time out from her busy schedule for personal development In 1999 she travelled to New York to study under world-renowned portrait artist Daniel E. Greene. Her works cover a myriad of themes - portraiture, florals, landscapes, sea-scapes and still life. Each is imbued with her fascination for the interplay of light with her subject.

Lyn has become a sought after teacher in her own right, conducting regular workshops in pastel, oils and watercolour throughout Queensland. She has received many commissions and Awards particularly for portraiture and human interest paintings. Her exuberant florals are also highly sought after, captivating the viewer by colour, tone and texture.

Her paintings are represented in major regional collections as well as private collections within Australia and overseas.
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PAOLO FANALI (Photographer)
 Landscape photography by Paolo Fanali
Images are available in a number of sizes, Please call (page under construction, but work is available now framed or unframed, metallic gloss on acrylic, or canvas giclee.
 
 
Emerald Creek - Paolo Fanali 
 







JEREMY BOOT
White Breasted Sea EagleWhite Breasted Sea Eagle By Jeremy Boot
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LUIS FUENTES
Paolo Fanali T/A Landsborough Galleries "The old Doorway" original oil on canvas by Luis Fuentes
 
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MARK BARNES
 Mark Barnes Australian artist's work at Landsborough Galleries Queensland
 below: Crystal Creek by Mark Barnes
Crystal Creek by Mark Barnes
 
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MEL BRIGG

Mel Brigg

Mel Brigg – Contemporary Impressionist Painter


Born in 1950 in South Africa. Mel Brigg is a self taught artist, and started painting full time in 1970. As well as having exhibited in England, Portugal and Singapore, he has had numerous solo and joint shows in South Africa and Australia.

In South Africa, Mel supported institutions such as Child Welfare, World Wildlife Trust, Save the Rhino Foundation and Release the Detainees. He participated in a number of anti-apartheid exhibitions and was the founder of the Swellendam Art Society.

Since having arrived in Australia in 1993, he has supported the Sydney City Mission, the Variety Club of Australia, Save (Queensland branch) and Amnesty International. One of Mel's works was also used as the representative image for the Sister Mary Mc Killop tribute publication in 1995.
 
 Below, in order: "Last Light" and "Escaping The Fires" available for purchase as canvas giclee prints
 
'Last Light' by Mel Brigg  

 
 Escaping The Fires by artist Mel Brigg
 
 
 

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MARYIKA WELTER
Maryika Welter artistThe Meeting Place by Maryika WelterThe Mystic by artist Maryika WelterEmrace by artist Maryika Welter 

 

MARYIKA WELTER wears her heart on her sleeve, or to be more precise – her canvas. 

 The Victoria-born, Toowoomba based artist’s work is more than just paintings on a wall, it’s her very honest and often very public form of therapy.

Maryika’s work can take many forms, from landscapes to abstract human representations.

But one thing is constant – it’s always an expression of how she is feeling at that point in her life ...

 (from Salt Magazine - Spring 2013)

Occupation Creative Visual Artist and Tutor

Education Diploma of Visual Arts.

Cert IV in Assessment and Workplace Training

Cert in Applied and Visual Art

Solo Exhibitions

2014 "Imprint”, Toowoomba Regional Gallery. Qld

2013 Landsborough Gallery. Qld

2013 Artist in Residence, Clifford and Gouldson Lawyers, Toowoomba Qld

2008 "Fine Lines”, Brunswick Street Gallery Melbourne. Vic

2008 "Fine Lines”, Crows Nest Regional Gallery. Qld

2007 "Conversations”, Feather and Lawrie’s, Toowoomba. Qld

2007 "Fifteen Fabulous Years”, Three venues, Toowoomba

2006 "Resonance”, RM Galleries, Hamilton, Brisbane

2006 "Golden Horizons”, Rosalie Gallery, Goombungee

2005 "Connected”, Ascot Art Gallery, Brisbane

2005 "Relocated”, My Art Gallery, Toowoomba

2004 "Golden Horizons”, My Art Gallery, Toowoomba

1999 "Sofa So Good”, The Artists Gallery, Toowoomba

1999 "Happy As Larry”, Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery, Crows Nest

Selected Group Shows

2013 Rotary Art Spectacular. Brisbane

2012 "Imp-act”, Toowoomba Regional Gallery

2011 "What is Blue to You”, Toowoomba Regional Gallery

2011 Downlands Art Exhibition. Toowoomba.

2010 "Contemporanea”, Smart Artz Gallery Melbourne Vic.

2010 "Contemporanea”, Aarion Gallery. Canberra A.C.T.

2010 Downlands Art Exhibition. Toowoomba.

2009 "Imaginary Journeys”, Ferrara, Italy

2009 Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy

2009 "Five Senses”, State Library, Queensland

2008 Rotary Art Spectacular. Brisbane

2007 "A Palette of Artists”, Centre Point Plaza 1, Brisbane, Qld

2007 RM Galleries. Hamilton. Brisbane.

2006 RM Galleries. Grand Opening, Hamilton. Brisbane.

2005 "Smile”, Ascot Art Gallery, Brisbane

2005 "The Collectors’ Exhibition”, Steps Gallery, Melbourne, Vic

2004 "Art at Burnley Harbour”, V.C.A.S., Melbourne

2004 "Women of Substance”, St Margarets Anglican Girls School Brisbane

2004 "Antipodes”, Bark Modern Art, Hong Kong

2002 Jondaryan Shire Federation Exhibit, Queensland Museum, Brisbane

2001-2002 "Pol Art”, 8thFestival of Polish Arts, Queensland Museum, Brisbane

2001 "The Peoplescape”, Parliament House, A.C.T

1999-2000 "Upstairs Gallery”, Toowoomba

 

1991 to present day: Numerous Prizes, Awards, Commissions, Publications and achievements.

Public and Private and Corporate Collections, local, national and international.

Appointments

Guest Speaker in Visual Arts at Southern Queensland Institute of T.A.F.E. Toowoomba.

Mixed Media Tutor at U.S.Q. McGregor Winter School and various venues in Qld.

Artist in Residence at Clifford and Gouldson Lawyers, Toowoomba.
 
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NATALIE DYER
NATALIE DYER

Natalie Dyer is a highly inspired artist. She paints with a genuine gift and has a unique ability to involve her audience as she depicts our everyday lives in a fresh and vibrant way. Natalie enjoys pushing the boundaries between the traditional and the contemporary - feeling equally comfortable in both. Her versatility means that people from all walks of life can identify with, and are uplifted by her paintings - keeping her constantly busy in her favourite place, her studio.

Natalie's "Women with Attitude” series - is a whimsical look at what women today just love to do - they are as popular as her enchanting, softly-flowing girls walking in a haze of lavender fields or along quiet beaches. Vibrant flowers and rich, colourful abstracts also tantalise art lovers, whilst her landscapes, streetscapes and seascapes will often showcase the beauty of her surrounding.
 
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RAELEAN HALL
About the artist RAELEAN HALL
 
All There is in NAture by Raelean Hall
Above: "All There in Nature" by Raelean Hall
Raelean Hall  was born in Victoria in 1969, but has resided on the Sunshine Coast since 1976.

Influenced mainly by her immediate environment, she has also traveled extensively throughout
Australia and around the world.
Raelean is self-taught and has become known predominantly for her watercolour paintings of
local beaches and the beautiful Hinterland region.She enjoys portraying the energetic summer
holiday beach crowds, because the beach has always been her backyard and therefore the
ground for study engaging her curiosity about the antics of beach-goers and beach life.These
are especially well depicted in her Sumi-e works.

Traveling to Japan on many occasions now for tuition in the art of "Sumi-e” under master
teachers Shoka Ota, Chiaki Kato and Sei Amori, Raelene has certainly mastered the art of the
black ink on rice paper.It has also provided a great understanding of the Eastern
Philosophies on watercolour painting.She has used this ability to draw elegantly simple
scenes of people on the beach in black on white to great effect.
She has been invited to many group exhibitions and has had her work acquired into numerous
private collections across Australia and in the U.K. and in the U.S.A.
Landsborough Galleries sell Raelean's full range of limited edition prints available on both
canvas and paper.
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ROWENA FANALI
Rowena Fanali artist  Rowena's inspiration stems from a love of nature, particularly forests, from a very early age. The use of mirrors as her canvas ensures that life is reflected back in each piece. These art mirrors can be enjoyed outside on a patio or porch, reflecting the garden or views, or indoors.

The sculptural and organic nature of these art mirrors brings an enchanting and magical feeling. "The idea of using mirrors as a background brings light, colour, and depth because one can look 'at' and 'beyond', enhancing the whole visual experience."

Since the mid nineties Rowena has been selling her works in New Zealand, Perth Western Australia and now the Sunshine Coast. She is thoroughly enjoying the inspiration that comes from the beautiful scenery of the Hinterland and coastline. She studied sculpture at the Claremont School of Art, WA and has developed her unique method of sculpture over the years by experimenting in papier mache, plaster and other mediums. Her work is always evolving. For the past four years Rowena has been enjoying pen and ink illustrations in the form of mandalas as well as other works. Prints are available.
 
 
0423 765 268.
Email <rowenafanali@gmail.com 
 
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WINSOME BOARD
 Spirit Tree by Winsome Board  Still Waters by Winsome Board  Spring Morning by Winsome Board  Winsome Board artist
 
 
Winsome Board is an very competent artist with decades of experience.
Winsome paints the spirit of the trees and the Land she loves; from the Queensland forest trees and rolling hills, to the interior gorges and twisted eucalypti of the outback Australian landscape.
Her paintings have a tangible healing quality expressed in the mastery of light and the powerful interplay of colour and shadows.
Her originals and prints have been sold all over the world.
 
Prints available now, Shopping cart coming soon, originals on request, CALL Paolo 0428 955 588



SOAP ROCKS
SOAP ROCKS

One question we often get is this:
As beautiful as they are, how could you ever use them?
How could you not?

Each SoapRock® soap bar lights up under water, and over many uses, slowly weathers away in your hands like a stream stone in geologic time. SoapRocks® soap bars are endowed with extracts of earth: Aloe, Calendula, Chamomile, Comfrey, Lavender, Vitamin E, Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil, Almond Oil. Thus you can experience a beauty that penetrates, yet is skin deep. Prepare yourself for a consummate washing experience. They are a hybrid dense glycerine soap that lifts very little oil off of the skin as they gently cleanse. They are the art that touches us intimately, teaching us to appreciate beauty by using it, and letting it go.




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