CURRENT WORK

KATRINA MCKEON

My passion is creating and it inspired me to study art and design where I majored in painting. My career has continually developed through 25 years of working full-time as an artist and curator, selling my artwork both within Australia and overseas.

I worked and spent time with indigenous artists in their communities, where I built a strong love for Aboriginal culture and their art. We worked together and I proudly curated their works at my studio.

KENDRA SLOAN

I grew up with a needle in hand or sewing machine in front of me, I loved creating something with originality. It was always quirky …full of texture.

I studied and worked in fashion design, then changed to the fast paced world of advertising where I led a team across a wide range of projects including production, styling, design and packaging.

BIANCA CONWELL

Photography has been part of my life since my early teens, and during that time technology and photographic art have undergone huge changes. In more recent years I have been inspired to study and practice historic and alternative photographic processes… taking me back to what I originally fell in love with all those years ago, the science and art of hand crafted photography.

I like to use combinations of historic processes which include a range of alternative printmaking methods.

RAYMOND WALTERS PENANGKE

Raymond Walters Penangke was born in Alice Springs in November 1975. His grandfather’s country is Ngarleyekwerlang (narl e ker long) Western Desert and his grandmother’s country is Alhalkerre (al lal ker a) of Utopia.

Both his grandparents come from the Anmatyerre (ama jer da) language group. He also has extended family members from the Arrente, Western Aranda, Alywarre, Warlpiri and Kaytetye language groups. Raymond feels that art allows him to share the richness of Anmatyere Cultural learnt from cultural participation and direct learnings from his Grandparents and extended family members.

Raymond’s family members are some of the most amazing sought after Anmatyerre artists such as Kudditj Kngwarreye, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Minnie Pwerle, Margaret Scobie, Maureen Hudson, Gloria Petyarre, Barbara Weir, Kathleen Petyarre, and Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri who have showcased Aboriginal culture and ancient stories to the world audience through exhibitions and featuring in highly sought-after collections.

Raymond has been painting for over 15 years, has recently relocated back to central Australia after living in Victoria with his wife and children for the past five years, completing a Public Health graduate diploma, at Deakin University. Raymond is passionate about his culture and art, and the important work investing in the advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their families and communities.

KATRINA MCKEON

My passion is creating and it inspired me to study art and design where I majored in painting. My career has continually developed through 25 years of working full-time as an artist and curator, selling my artwork both within Australia and overseas.

I worked and spent time with indigenous artists in their communities, where I built a strong love for Aboriginal culture and their art. We worked together and I proudly curated their works at my studio.

KENDRA SLOAN

I grew up with a needle in hand or sewing machine in front of me, I loved creating something with originality. It was always quirky …full of texture.

I studied and worked in fashion design, then changed to the fast paced world of advertising where I led a team across a wide range of projects including production, styling, design and packaging.

BIANCA CONWELL

Photography has been part of my life since my early teens, and during that time technology and photographic art have undergone huge changes. In more recent years I have been inspired to study and practice historic and alternative photographic processes… taking me back to what I originally fell in love with all those years ago, the science and art of hand crafted photography.

I like to use combinations of historic processes which include a range of alternative printmaking methods.

RAYMOND WALTERS PENANGKE

Raymond Walters Penangke was born in Alice Springs in November 1975. His grandfather’s country is Ngarleyekwerlang (narl e ker long) Western Desert and his grandmother’s country is Alhalkerre (al lal ker a) of Utopia.

Both his grandparents come from the Anmatyerre (ama jer da) language group. He also has extended family members from the Arrente, Western Aranda, Alywarre, Warlpiri and Kaytetye language groups. Raymond feels that art allows him to share the richness of Anmatyere Cultural learnt from cultural participation and direct learnings from his Grandparents and extended family members.

Raymond’s family members are some of the most amazing sought after Anmatyerre artists such as Kudditj Kngwarreye, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Minnie Pwerle, Margaret Scobie, Maureen Hudson, Gloria Petyarre, Barbara Weir, Kathleen Petyarre, and Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri who have showcased Aboriginal culture and ancient stories to the world audience through exhibitions and featuring in highly sought-after collections.

Raymond has been painting for over 15 years, has recently relocated back to central Australia after living in Victoria with his wife and children for the past five years, completing a Public Health graduate diploma, at Deakin University. Raymond is passionate about his culture and art, and the important work investing in the advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their families and communities.

KATRINA MCKEON

My passion is creating and it inspired me to study art and design where I majored in painting. My career has continually developed through 25 years of working full-time as an artist and curator, selling my artwork both within Australia and overseas.

I worked and spent time with indigenous artists in their communities, where I built a strong love for Aboriginal culture and their art. We worked together and I proudly curated their works at my studio.

KENDRA SLOAN

I grew up with a needle in hand or sewing machine in front of me, I loved creating something with originality. It was always quirky …full of texture.

I studied and worked in fashion design, then changed to the fast paced world of advertising where I led a team across a wide range of projects including production, styling, design and packaging

BIANCA CONWELL

Photography has been part of my life since my early teens, and during that time technology and photographic art have undergone huge changes. In more recent years I have been inspired to study and practice historic and alternative photographic processes… taking me back to what I originally fell in love with all those years ago, the science and art of hand crafted photography.

I like to use combinations of historic processes which include a range of alternative printmaking methods.

RAYMOND WALTERS PENANGKE

Raymond Walters Penangke was born in Alice Springs in November 1975. His grandfather’s country is Ngarleyekwerlang (narl e ker long) Western Desert and his grandmother’s country is Alhalkerre (al lal ker a) of Utopia.

Both his grandparents come from the Anmatyerre (ama jer da) language group. He also has extended family members from the Arrente, Western Aranda, Alywarre, Warlpiri and Kaytetye language groups. Raymond feels that art allows him to share the richness of Anmatyere Cultural learnt from cultural participation and direct learnings from his Grandparents and extended family members.

Raymond’s family members are some of the most amazing sought after Anmatyerre artists such as Kudditj Kngwarreye, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Minnie Pwerle, Margaret Scobie, Maureen Hudson, Gloria Petyarre, Barbara Weir, Kathleen Petyarre, and Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri who have showcased Aboriginal culture and ancient stories to the world audience through exhibitions and featuring in highly sought-after collections.

Raymond has been painting for over 15 years, has recently relocated back to central Australia after living in Victoria with his wife and children for the past five years, completing a Public Health graduate diploma, at Deakin University. Raymond is passionate about his culture and art, and the important work investing in the advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their families and communities.

COMMISSIONS

Can’t find that perfect piece for your space or love some of our past works? We pride ourselves on working collaboratively with you to create your dream artwork.

The timeline on commissioned art is generally 3-6 weeks. We cannot replicate an exact copy of past works, but can use the same style and colours to create with the same inspiration.

We are artists and use our creative talents to produce balanced pieces where we ask you to put your trust in our process.

We meet with you to prepare a creative brief, then agree on style, sizes and colour, framed or unframed. You will then be emailed a written brief to sign off. Commissions will incur an additional cost as more time is spent with you throughout the process.

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to commence work. When almost complete, we invite you to the studio to sign off or send you photos of you artwork to approve. Balance of payment will be required prior to delivery. Alternatively, if framing is required, we will proceed to organise this for you, using our preferred local framer.

OUR GALLERY SPACES

LORNE

Our beautiful light filled Gallery is located on The Great Ocean Road directly across the road from Lorne Main Beach.

140 Mountjoy Parade Lorne, VIC
Thursday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm
Other times by appointment
Tel: + 61 422 363 676

MELBOURNE

Our contemporary Gallery is located on one of Melbourne’s favourite antique + collectable districts.

Shop 4, 1200 High Street Armadale, VIC
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm
Other times by appointment
Tel: + 61 422 363 676

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