It’s time for the Archibald Prize 2013 finalists - here are some of my favourites
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all images via The Australian
I have previously featured the following nominees on Monday’s muse:
Some weeks I think I have nothing to bring to this space and then suddenly I stumble upon someone like Matt Wisniewski
Can you guess which is my favourite?
The third goal in my 13 for 2013 list was to draw or paint one piece a month. I’m not creating with a lot of depth and most attempts are stalling half way through but while I can pretty much write off January and February’s attempts March is already complete.
Simple but complete.
Dahlia (my love), plucked from our garden as it begins to fade, stem sketched simply, photograph taken and edited.
I think this goal has to be reduced to one piece quarterly, I’m looking at paring back all of my goals now that I am studying I don’t think they are realistic.
I toyed with the idea of incorporating the flowers in to the header.
What do you think?
Filip Dujardins’ – Fictions
Perfectly representing the strange houses flooding my dreams.
The eyes have it (whatever it is)
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Melbourne artist Heidi Yardley
Phoning it in today (sorry)
Birds and melancholy on my mind.
Emilie Halpern – Born in Paris, lives in LA has it captured for me.
Art on a grand scale today, Zaha Hadid Architect. My words are too small in the shadows of her work.
The first Monday in this new space and everything feels a little different.
This week Matthew Quick, who lives and works in Melbourne
To find out more about each piece click on its image.