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KNOWING PASSIONATE AND PRACTICAL AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS – Where creative language it has a vocabulary of six people

To know excessive creativity If the time has come to change even in your life, decide to go to Australia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCgKd7oghLI. You will have to learn to relate to its large spaces, where Aboriginal culture and cosmopolitan cities seem to integrate incredibly together. Within these endless red-painted horizons, the Indian Pacific train connects two cities, Sydney and Adelaide. Give yourself …

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THE MAKING OF A NATION AND A CARTOONIST – Monty Wedd: When a picture being worth a thousand words

Discovering Australian stories He studied art and sold his first comics Bert and Ned and Captain Justice. He was a kind, generous man, always willing to pass on information about Australian artists and cartoonists. Adjoining the Williamtown air base (Newcastle, New South Wales), you will find museum contains military uniforms, toy soldiers. If you look in a corner, you will …

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TO DISCOVERING SALTBUSH BILL AND THE WITCHETTY’S TRIBE – Eric Jolliffe, Australian Cartoonist and Illustrator

Drawing Australian bush and outback subjects He was a master at depicting the Australian bush and outback subjects, including Aboriginal lifestyles and customs. Australian cartoonist and illustrator, Eric Jolliffe https://www.invaluable.com/artist/jolliffe-eric-1mf1tggqwy/sold-at-auction-prices/ was born in Portsmouth (England), inside a January day, in 1907. In 1911, his family migrated to Perth, Sydney and Balmain. He spent six years working as a boundary rider …

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WHEN ART IS THE THRILLING, SPARK THAT BEATS DEATH – Brett Whiteley: Ready for the appointment on time with the beauty

The art of being able to leave an accurate record of what you do not know At the end of 1960 he moved to London, where produced a series of abstractions, also bought by the Tate gallery. Under the influence of Francis Bacon, he abandoned his early abstract style in favor of a more figurative Expressionism. Educated at the Scots …

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A VISIONARY EXPLORER OF TWILIGHT ZONES – Bill Henson: When photographs are romantic painterly tableaux

Male and female, between youth and adulthood  His long-term relationship with a Luminism painter has been as mutually influential on their art. His aesthetic features by his use of chiaroscuro lighting and blurred backgrounds. He carefully employing light, as if it is a tool to highlight drama.  Born into a 1955 October day in Melbourne (Australia), Bill Henson https://www.facebook.com/BillHensonArtist/ studied …

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ESSENTIALS PIECES AND UNTAMED VOLUME – Aje, the fashion brand dedicated to tough femininity and effortless cool

Balancing toughness with femininity With a fan base that includes Madonna and Kate Moss, their design duo have established themselves. Their creations illustrate a reflection of their learnings and background, with training at the acclaimed Venetian Art School. Founded in 2008, it is a contemporary fashion brand dedicated to tough femininity. Pioneer of Australia’s quintessential style, Aje’s signature https://ajeworld.com.au/ it …

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THE WOMAN WHO LOVED A COUNTRY BURNED BY THE SUN – Dorothea Mackellar, Writing from the heart, imagination and experience

A lyrist of color and light, in love with the Australian landscape She loved a land of wide plains and its frayed mountain ranges that merged into distant horizons. For her contribution to Australian literature, in the New Year’s Day of 1968, she was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire. She travelled with her parents through …

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A 30 YEARS MUSICAL JOURNEY – Midnight Oil, antipodean pub rock version of Queen

From Sydney’s Royal Antler Hotel to the Exxon Building in New York The group have inspired artists outside of popular music, including poet Daniel Nester and painter Nicholas Harding. Also known under the nickname The Oils, they are an Australian rock group originally from Sydney, which started playing in 1972. In 1975, the group rechristened itself Midnight Oil https://www.midnightoil.com/. After …

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WHERE TRAVELLING IN SLIGHTLY OFFBEAT WAY – Australia, where acknowledging the past and laying claim to a future

Travel Australia, just so full of surprises     After you have covered its Great Ocean Road, you will discover why it is the most beautiful scenic road in the world. Famous for surfing, kangaroos (in greater numbers than people) koalas, beaches and crystal clear sea, Australia https://www.tourism.australia.com/en offers you the choice between multiple places to visit. Observed closely, the fauna of …

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WHEN FOR A CARTOONIST A SURFACE NEEDS ASIAN PAINTS – R.K. Laxman, best known for The Common Man and cartoon strip, You Said It

Struggling for an idea, smoking for inspiration He loved to draw objects that caught his eye outside the window of his room. Collected in The Distorted Mirror (2003), he published short stories, essays, and travel articles. He developed an affinity for drawing at an early age. R.K. Laxman, born 1921 in Mysuru (India), was cartoonist who created daily comic strip, …

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