Emily Blom

Emily Blom is a Hobart based artist who navigates through a multitude of mediums to produce her work.  This versatile artist creates works using a mixture of printmaking, painting, collage, photography and even textiles to create beautiful and emotive pieces.  Emily’s work has been seen in exhibitions around Tasmania over the last few years and she was selected as Handmark Gallery’s Emerging Artist of 2015.  A taste of her work is featured below.

About Face by Emily Blom at Collate Culture

Emily Blom About Face, Etching and Monoprint on paper

Womans Day no. 4 by Emily Blom at Collate Culture

Emily Blom Womans Day no. 4, Etching and Monoprint on paper

A Stitch in Time by Emily Blom on Collate Culture

Emily Blom A Stitch in Time, Etching, Monoprint, Screenprint and Handstitching on paper

Masquerade no 1 Acrylic and Offset print on canvas

Emily Blom Masquerade no 1, Acrylic and Offset print on canvas

The Sleepers Paradox no 2, Offset print and acrylic on canvas by Emily Blom at Collate Culture

Emily Blom The Sleepers Paradox no 2, Offset print and Acrylic on canvas

The Offset Paradox no 3, Offset print and acrylic on canvas by Emily Blom Collate Culture

Emily Blom The Offset Paradox no 3, Offset print and Acrylic on canvas

It Rains in September by Emily Blom at Collate Culture

Emily Blom It Rains in September, Acrylic on canvas with Offset print

The Guiding Spirit by Emily Blom at Collate Culture

Emily Blom The Guiding Spirit, Acrylic on canvas with Offset print

Running from the wind by Emily Blom at Collate Culture

Emily Blom Running from the Wind, Acrylic on canvas with Offset print

Emily’s work has been featured in an exhibition at Handmark Gallery in Hobart.  You can also find out more about Emily and her work by visiting the Tasmanian Arts Guide.  Make sure you go and check out the other Fine Artists featured on Collate Culture.

Kate McCarthy

Ferry to Calais by Kate McCarthy

“Ferry to Calais” acrylic on canvas

Kate McCarthy plays with texture, shape, colour and childhood memories to produce these vibrant and playful pieces.  Kate lives in Tasmania and uses a multitude of mediums, including oil, acrylic, enamel, aerosol spraypaint and collage.  Enjoy these delightful creations.

Polly Voo Lores by Kate McCarthy

“Polly Voo Lores” acrylic, oil, collage and enamel on canvas

Stuyvesant Cider by Kate McCarthy

“Stuyvesant Cider” acrylic on canvas

St Johns Comfort Lores by Kate McCarthy

“St Johns Comfort Lores” acrylic oil and aerosol spray on canvas

Ascanio by Kate McCarthy

“Ascanio” acrylic and oil on canvas

For more on Kate visit her website Kate McCarthy or check out her instagram page

Michelle Lee

There seems to be a theme lately at Collate Culture…  a slight obsession with mixed medium work!  Adelaide artist Michelle Lee features this week and her pieces are another fine example of what can be achieved with the perfect combination of line, form and colour.  Using layering techniques, Michelle works with a variety of mediums, including charcoal, acrylic, pencil, pastel and pen to create her pieces.  Some works from her 2015 collection are pictured below.

The silence of close friendships at collateculture

Michelle Lee The Silence of Close Friendships

Ruby and Jades tales of Colourful Adventures 1at collateculture

Michelle Lee Ruby and Jades Tales of Colourful Adventures 1

ruby_and_jades_tales_of_colourful_adventures2 at CollateCulture

Michelle Lee Ruby and Jades Tales of Colourful Adventures 2

ruby_and_jades_tales_of_colourful_adventures3 collateculture

Michelle Lee Ruby and Jades Tales of Colourful Adventures 3

Being Tickled Pink at collateculture

Michelle Lee Being Tickled Pink

A Hole in One in Mini Golf at collateculture

Michelle Lee A Hole in One in Mini Golf

Midnight in Paris at Collateculture

Michelle Lee Midnight in Paris

Michelle is also a professional Graphic Designer.  For information on her design work, visit the Michelle Lee Design site, and to find out more about her studio art, visit  her Folio site.