Alison Murphy

Alison Murphy

  • Artist’s Statement

    The soft blue-grey distance and colours of the Australian landscape and atmosphere challenge me to create artwork that conveys Australia’s unique light. A land of extreme contrasts, I also aspire to share its harsh colourful beauty and it's history. My work is traditional in style using oil on board or canvas, or pastels. I also enjoy creating florals and beach scenes in pastel, and working with graphite or pen to create detailed works.

  • Biography

    Alison is passionate about painting people and places. Experienced in a variety of media, early works were commissions of buildings and rural subjects. Subjects now include landscapes, florals and beach scenes using oils or pastel.
    Her work has been acquired by Shire and City Councils, Government Departments as well as by private collectors nationally. One of her landscapes was selected as an exhibiting finalist in the Lethbridge Landscape Prize 2021.Alison is represented by Wide Bay Gallery.

  • Influences

    Australian Artists John Wilson, Warwick Fuller, The Heidelberg School, Lyn Diefenbach.

  • Exhibitions

    Maryborough Warehouse Gallery
    Kingaroy Shire Gallery
    Wondai Shire Gallery
    Trevenan House Gallery New Farm.

  • Website

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Alison Murphy

Old Mernda Gum
45 x 60cm Oil on board $890.00

Alison Murphy

Ashes, Regeneration, Hope
55 x 71 x 2cm Oil on board Sold

Alison Murphy

Sunlight and Shadows
54 x 75 x 2cm Oil on board $985.00