Richard Larter first came to public notice in the 1960s with confronting works based on the female body, politics, and a sensibility informed by British Pop. However his work also celebrates place, mood and medium. read more.
Vernon Ah Kee. Vernon Ah Kee is a draughtsman, photographer, screen-printer, video and text based installation artist who was included in the 2008 Biennale of Sydney.
Kathleen Aurousseau. Painter who exhibited several works including a still life oil painting at the Australian Exhibition of Women's Work in 1907.
Deborah Kelly. Deborah Kelly began making socially engaged artwork in 1983. Her collaborative projects include boat-people.org and the prize-winning public artwork series Hey, hetero!, created with Tina Fiveash. Her work Beware of the God - commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, and first shown in 2005 - was reiterated for the 2008 Singapore Biennale.
Alfred Oakley. A photographic artist and daguerrean who worked professionally as a photographer, Alfred Oakley, also known as Alfred Oakey, worked in Melbourne's Bourke St in the late nineteenth century.
J. E. Ward. Late colonial period cartoonist and illustrator. Painter of Birds of Paradise and native life in Papua.
Peter Churcher. None
Vera Whitesides. Whitesides was a furniture designer and maker from a family of cabinet-makers. She was active in the Arts and Crafts Society of Tasmania and worked in a range of media including wood.
H.C. Millington. Millington is a Tasmanian commercial furniture designer active in the middle decades of the 20th century.
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