Australian artist John T. Rigby captures visions of Egypt - from ancient ruins to modern day life in the markets.
The aim of this site is to provide a
comprehensive list of links related to the visual arts in Australia. It covers a wide range of
information, from details on art schools to virtual exhibitions, and gives you a few lines on what these
sites contain. It is an introduction to online Australian material and a means to cut down the search
time if you are specifically looking for material on the visual arts in Australia.
One of the most stunning artistic presentations on the Australian web art scene. You can
meet the artists which include: Marie Biggins, John Giorno, Bernard Heidseick, Kelli Dipple, John Reeves and Koinninos. It is well worth
spending some time viewing the graphics and layout.
Great site to view artworks of some of the Aboriginal masters.
The virtual gallery of the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute. There is an exhibition
of the work currently on in South Australia (10th June to 13th August). COOL wallpaper.
Well worth a visit.
It is not often that we get excited about web pages but this site has the best "wallpaper" that is currently featured on any site in Australia.
It is also the Home Page of Grant "Gryf" Freckelton: Furry Artist, Aquilathrope, Raptorphile, Film Student and self-professed "dickhead".
A Touch of Poetry, With a Thought on Life, With many a Challenge to be seen, W ith a sword within the pen, To set some things straight, In this life we lead, As we spend our day's, How we treat our friends, Enter if you dare, Run if your scared, As most will, For truth in life, Is lost for most, For facing a truth, Is to cut the soul, A tearing of a heart, Leaving pain in the spirit, As it Grows in this life.
Node is a publishing service and an on line gallery of Australian Artists and writers working in a
variety of media.
Node aims to deliver an alternative method of promoting artists, galleries and writers. Visit their gallery or surf to other linked art based sites.
This site features the paintings of Jeremy Holton online.
Scope Gallery is situated in lively Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, 3 minutes from Melbourne's CBD, exhibiting contemporary art drawn from Melbourne's thriving art scene.
Scope Gallery represents young contemporary Australian artists.
Like so many sensors spreading out to feel the condition of the human predicament....everywhere. You are invited to send your ideas / images on the concepts of Sky and Land. Special emphasis is given here to the continued understandings of time and place in a complex framework of world situations.
Careering Arts Australia has been on air in Melbourne since August 1993, and nationally from February 1994. In this time the program has established a reputation as a fair and challenging current affairs program investigating the arts industry in Australia.