Olivia Kemp’s pen and ink on paper drawings are a visually dense, detailed examination of landscapes, man-made structures on the land, and the inevitability of decay of these structures as they are overtaken by nature. The drawings invite close inspection as even the most minute details of the landscape are depicted with clean precision and a sense that nothing has escaped the artist’s gaze.
Eric Cator is an illustrator and artist whose personal and professional work spans a variety of mediums and styles. Whether he’s creating linocuts, acrylic on wood paintings, or digital art for commercial projects, his unique style and sense of humour always comes through.
Catherine O’Donnell is an Australian contemporary artist whose charcoal and graphite on paper drawings are “an exploration of the architecture, culture and history in the everyday-ness of the urban environment.”