Get to know our talented artists and their individual styles and creative talents!
Brittany is a self-taught artist and is the founder of AJ Lawson. Brittany created AJ Lawson to share her love of art and creativity.
Brittany loves collaborating with all AJ Lawson's beautiful artists and enjoys sharing their masterpieces.
She also enjoys creating her own pieces along with special requests to bring her valued customers' visions to life.
Brittany is a lawyer by profession but has more of a creative flare which drives her to continue learning and experimenting in the world of art.
Take a look at Brittany's art collection here.
Skye is based in the Southern Highlands, NSW and specialises in highly realistic art.
She has recently achieved a State Rank and Premiers Award for HSC Visual Arts, whilst also having had her art exhibited in St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney.
Through the lens of exploring the unfounded notion of ageless beauty, Skye seeks to question the seemingly universal contemporary ideals of beauty in an abundance of her work. She appraises the potential of delicate human touch in art making in this age of mechanical reproduction, as Skye particularly enjoys exploring the capabilities of the delicate application of charcoal powder.
Skye’s intention is to encourage the audience to question societal ideals, yet concurrently she creates beautifully rendered portraits, landscapes and still life compositions which would compliment any space. Skye is also open for commissions for those who are interested in her style.
You can take a look at Skye’s art collection here.
Sephora began to paint when she was only 11 years old and, although they were not artists themselves, received a lot of support and encouragement from her family and, in particular, her father.
She established an art institute after graduating from art university in her home city of Shiraz.
In 2011, Sephora made the decision to migrate to Australia, where she lost touch with the artist within her for some time. After finally settling down in Melbourne, she began to paint again, focussing on capturing herself in self-portraits to portray her many moods and emotions at that time.
Being now 38 years old, Sephora has gained much life experience and draws inspiration from her Persian descent.
More recently, Sephora has enjoyed painting African portraits and is considering attending Art University in Melbourne.
Take a look at Sephora's art collection here.
Lily is an abstract artist living in Melbourne, Victoria. She enjoys all abstract art and working with acrylic paints on canvas.
Lily has always been artistic and particularly drawn to art, design, paint and colour. As a teenager, she pursued her passion by completing formal training in Fashion Design. Lily went on to work in the industry for many years until she fell into Finance.
Two years ago, Lily started painting and realised that there is nothing else she wanted more than to paint all day every day ❤️
You can take a look at Lily's art collection here.
Kelly is an emerging artist from Melbourne, Victoria who works exclusively with ink on watercolour paper.
Focusing on depicting the natural world, Kelly creates monochromatic statement pieces detailing fine features that are often overlooked. It is through these hyper realistic works that she pays homage to our spectacular world and explores our connection on both a spiritual and physical level.
You can take a look at Kelly's art collection here.
Through spills, splurts and pours of colour, Tahmeena - a Melbourne artist - creates dynamic modern artwork using acrylic on Canvas. Her artwork often features colours that are inspired by her Pakistani heritage, merged with elements and imagery linked to her home in Melbourne.
Take a look at Tahmeena's art collection here.
Working from her studio space in Melbourne, Georgia explores and appreciates the beauty in our environment, which often goes unnoticed in our day to day life.
Georgia graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art at RMIT University and is continually expanding and refining her knowledge of art through her practice.
As she extracts flora and fauna from her evolving surroundings, Georgia aims to bring together contemporary and traditional painting methods to discover their relation to one and other.
Through curating exhibitions and currently managing gallery spaces, Georgia’s passion for art continues to grow. She hopes to continue to create paintings which will inspire young budding artists who are emerging into the art scene.
Georgia also welcomes commissions for those who are interested in her style.
Take a look at Georgia's art collection here.
Jacqui Armstrong is a self-taught contemporary artist living in Perth, Western Australia.
Her work is a combination of layers, textures and an abundance of colour using acrylic on stretched canvas and mixed media. She has always preferred working with larger canvases and good-sized brushes and a variety of tools to add texture and interest. Jacqui has enjoyed exploring the various colour relationships, bold shapes and blending in her work. Recently, her paintings have been evolving through experimentation and workshops with various Australian and international artists.
Jacqui's intention is to produce paintings that make a home more joyous and is always so happy to see her work in people’s homes or offices. Jacqui also welcomes commissions if you love her style and technique.
Take a look at Jacqui's art collection here.
Hannah is a mum of 2 young boys in Brisbane, Queensland. She is a self-taught painter with a passion for creating joyful, colourful art for your home. Hannah loves to explore many different colours and textures through flora and landscapes, and is obsessed with all things Australiana.
Hannah has always loved to introduce bright pops of colour to her home through floral displays and textiles, but believes that you cannot forget the addition of great art!
Hannah feels that creating bright still-life and abstract paintings is a beautiful way to bring life, joy and personality to a space. That is why it is these very things that she wishes to introduce to our valued customers with her art. Whether that be from her current collection, or by a commissioned piece. She loves collaborating with clients and translating their ideas to create exactly what they need for a particular space.
Take a look at Hannah's art collection here.
Paris is an emerging abstract painter from Brisbane, Australia. She expresses her world through paint and loves to find beauty in textures and contrast.
Paris works with a variety of mediums such as acrylic paint, coloured pencils, crayons and whatever else she can get her hands on. She finds these layered details tell new and in-depth stories throughout one piece of work.
You'll never find her without her favourite brush, but she also adores using cake knives, spatulas, sponges and other interesting tools to create.
It also never ceases to amaze Paris how negative space can speak in an artwork. Some of her most prized works are also ones she has layered and layered paint over, only to scrub it all back and reveal the beauty that only usually the canvas sees.
Paris hopes you find some of your world in her work too!
Take a look at Paris' art collection here.
Elissa is an all round creative with experience in teaching, songwriting, singing and leading creative teams.
In the last few years, Elissa felt the prompt to express a new facet of her creativity through painting. As COVID-19 hit, she took the opportunity to share her emerging visual art, with a focus on cultivating wellness and wonder through her journey.
Elissa’s inspiration comes from nature and through abstracts she has the freedom to explore from her reflections and life experience. Her aim is to convey the feelings of calm and happiness through her art.
Knowing the impact art can have on the emotions and healing, Elissa is excited to create pieces that connect on a personal level, and inspire wellness and wonder in everyday life.
Take a look at Elissa's art collection here.
Born in rural Queensland, Sarah was drawn to creative pursuits from an early age. As a young teenager, Sarah would portray flowers and plants using watercolour. From flora, Sarah advanced to portraits, and eventually fell in love with the bright colours and bold impact of pop art.
Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Interior Design before embarking on a 12-year career in interiors, which would see her work both in Australia and abroad. After a career break and a move to the creative hub of Fremantle, WA, Sarah's love of art and painting was rekindled with a renewed sense of enthusiasm.
Sarah's current work revolves around our plant life and natural light. A self confessed ‘plant lady’, Sarah loves the way strong morning or afternoon light can bring greenery to life, highlighting all the intricate details and the veins in the foliage, like tiny skeletons. She sees immense beauty in these every day things, which she strives to represent in much of her work.
Take a look at Sarah's art collection here.
Melissa is an artist, art therapist, creative process advocate, and mumma of 2 sweet boys.
Melissa has worked extensively in the disability and community arts sectors for the past 15 years supporting and advocating for the creative practice of others, facilitating art-making and creative play workshops, seeking community-based art projects for people with disability, and was a founding member of a team that has been delivering pioneering art therapy for patients receiving dialysis treatment for the past 11 years.
After the birth of her youngest son in 2019, it was time for Melissa to truly walk the talk, champion her own creative practice, and dive into artmaking and community building.
Melissa Banks Studio now focuses on Melissa's fine art with her creative processes at the heart of her practice. She offers original artworks and prints celebrating Australian coastlines and bush blooms, as well as seasonal offerings and creative advocacy through her signature Creator Co. project - a collaborative and progressive art-making project for artists and creatives across the globe.
When Melissa isn't in the studio or talking all things creativity and creative arts practice, you will find her with The Entourage - 2 boys (4yrs & 2yrs) - and their 2 mini dachshunds, meandering the beach or with a hot cuppa under the stars.
Take a look at Melissa's art collection here.
Gabrielle Tito is a self taught artist who discovered her passion for painting after taking a break from work to grieve the loss of her mum.
Since 2019, Gabe has been developing her style and now finds inspiration in everyday items, clashing colours and patterns to put a spin on still life paintings. She uses acrylic paints that are layered to create texture in her abstract flowers.
Gabe's greatest achievement to date is becoming a finalist in the Art to Art Unearthed Art Competition 2022.
Take a look at Melissa's art collection here.
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