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OUTBACK ART Wherever you go in Australia you'll find artists - painters, sculptors and artisans of all types who are dedicated to their craft, and to depicting the environment in which they live or experiences they have enjoyed outside "the big smoke". Whether it's traditional or contemporary art, weird or wonderful, inspiring or downright fascinating, it's all here in OUTBACK's Outback Art section.


Welded to art
Issue 37 Oct/Nov 2004
For Kristina Browning, there’s no limit to her artistic creations – whether working with coloured pencils or now, in her latest interest, with metal.

The wonder of woolsheds
Issue 36 Aug/Sept 2004
Painting and travel enrich Bill McKenzie’s life – his subjects are the woolsheds of Australia.

Carving a legend
Issue 35 June/July 2004
Carving mythological Aboriginal figures and solid outback characters sculptor Kevin Banting has made a successful conversion from a building background to an artistic future on his small family farm near Maryborough, Queensland.

Heritage horsepower
Issue 34 April/May 2004
Victorian 'bush artist' Peter Gasson expresses his passion for our rural heritage by celebrating the role of working horses on big, bold canvasses.

Home is in the art
Issue 33, Feb - Mar 2004
Having lived and worked away for many years, artist Hamish MacDonald is now settled on the South Australian property where he was raised and where painting, family, and farming fill his life.

A natural passion
Issue 32, Dec 2003 - Jan 2004
The wonder of nature has always captivated Robie van Hemert. The NSW artist's meticulous eye and delight in her surrounds continually inform her work.

Unlocking Lockhart
Issue 31 Oct/Nov 2003
A group of young artists are reinventing their culture - and commanding attention in the art world - with their fresh and contemporary painting.

Marsupial masterpiece
Issue 30 Aug/Sept 2003
Almost thirty years in the making, Rosemary Woodford Ganf's three-volume set, Marsupials in Australia, will comprise the definitive illustrated record of our unique fauna.

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