Yael Susan Rayman
Yael’s works are based on spirituality, colour and a unique modern style. With a degree from Monash in Fine Arts, as well as Film and Television studies at Swinburne, Yael draws inspiration from the Baroque and Rococo periods
“My name is Graeme Myrteza, proud family man, farmer and painter from the hills of Thorpdale, a small country town in Gippsland, Victoria. I have lived and worked here nearly all of my life.”
Working primarily with oil paints, Pamela Orola combines the use of a bold colour palette and slight misappropriation to depict the strong characteristics of one’s personality.
Tony Edelman lives and works in Toorak, Melbourne. His abstract paintings are intended to reflect the viewer’s subjective experience. They are currently displayed alongside his series of Liz Taylor and Judy Garland portraits.
As a portrait painter, sculptor and mark maker. Drawing from life is my foundational discipline. It teaches me how to see, how to discover the nuances of difference, the essence of the person. To be like a cartographer and explore the spaces between.
This series of paintings is comprised of portraits of decaying, collapsing old farm buildings on a property on the Bellarine Peninsula. They are all situated on the same farm and are various stages of degeneration. Many of the buildings have been subjected to recent conditions and have collapsed even further.
Robyn Riley is a local artist who lived in Melbourne for many years and has happily found her way to regional Victoria. She has exhibited and sold her work in the Dandenong Ranges, Bass Coast region and Melbourne. Robyn’s art has been her constant passion throughout life’s peaks and troughs and has now found a home at the Convent Gallery.
Oil on Canvas
Oil on Fabric
Oil on Canvas
Clare De Mayo
Assorted Australian Printmakers
Arthur Boyd & David Boyd