Roa wandering the Australian Outback

Street Art // Thursday, March 15, 2012
Globetrotting around the world painting his monochromatic animals wherever he roams, Roa has made it to the Australian Outback contributing his own touch to the desert landscape. The artist was a guest of the non-profit organization; FORM whose focus is advocating and developing creativity in Western Australia, as well as working with Aboriginal communities.

The Work of Paul Davies

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 23, 2012
We have always been fascinated by architectural fine art, whether it be Evan Hecox' city paintings or even the way that Ian Francis has incorporated buildings into his dreamy paintings. Today, we were struck by the work of Australian artist Paul Davies, whose work is primarily concerned with modern architecture, and has been influenced by the likes of Jeffrey Smart and Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Eerie Mixed-Media Sculptures of Patricia Piccinini

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 19, 2012
Having this job, you are presented really interesting artwork that expands your mind and makes you appreciate what the creative world is producing at any given time. Rarely have I been more blown away and/or in awe in seeing the mixed-media sculptures of Australia's Patricia Piccinini. Perhaps even disturbed. In a good way.

Graphite on Paper Drawings by George Nova

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 11, 2012
We are taken by the graphite on paper illustrations by 26-year old Sydney, Australia artist, George Nova. With popular subjects like Biggie, Tupac, Kate Moss, Michael Jackson and Rick Rubin, Nova creates photo-realistic quality drawings with the simplest of tools. Great works.

Thousand Stickers, Thousand Kids, One Room in Brisbane

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 03, 2012
Famed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is currently showing at Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia, where he took a completely white room and gave a thousand colorful stickers to kids to apply throughout the installation space. The results, as you can imagine, is ordered chaos.

Michael Peck "Within the Layers" Documentary

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Yesterday, we showed you a collection of oil paintings by Australian painter Michael Peck, and last night, Metro Gallery (who hosted Peck's last solo show, The Landing, this past Nov-Dec 2011) sent us images of Peck's opening as well as a fantastic documentary, Within the Layers, that documents Peck's latest body of work.

Realist Paintings by Michael Peck

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 27, 2011
You can get lost in a great realist painting, and Michael Peck's new series of oil on line works, exhibited recently at Metro Gallery in Armadale, Australia, are some of the best we have seen this year. Taking the subject of World War II and adding a contemporary feel and children to the scenes, Peck's work is based on isolation and displacement.

The Avondale Heights Library & Learning Centre

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 22, 2011
Constructed from ceramic tiles, timber, powder-coated steel, fritted glass and composite panels, with multiple brightly colored and patterned panels, Avondale Heights Library & Learning Centre is a refreshing take on architectural design. This community building is located in Melbourne, Australia and was designed by H20 Architects.

Wrong Angles: Alex Spremberg at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 29, 2011
Alex Spremberg's current exhibition Wrong Angles (running until October 30th) examines painting and throw away materials surrounding the excessive consumer packaging of everyday life. Spremberg highlights these materials while simultaneously expressing a fascination with the texture and color of paint.

In Illustration: The Work of Tulsi Maya

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 11, 2011
'An infinite motif of naked darlings, patterns and the primitive fauna of the sky complemented by a riot of satanic beasts, creeps and mutant night walkers vomiting up nostalgia.' The photo collage/illustrations of Tulsi Maya, an Australian based wonder.

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