Carol McCormack

Carol McCormack

  • Artist’s Statement

    I am a landscape artist. For me the Australian landscape emanates majesty, grandeur and magic, it has elements of nurturing, mothering, widowing. Over the years I have painted it in many ways, my response involving how I feel when I see. Whether I am in the dry inland, on the coast or looking over our majestic ranges, I resonate with its toughness, its tenderness, its sheer beauty.

    See my CV
    http://www.carolmccormack.com.au/CVCarolMcCormack2021.pdf

  • Biography

    I trained with Mervyn Moriarty's Flying Arts School in outback Queensland where I've lived and worked on the family cattle property for many years.
    I paint the land I love and travel - its forests, deserts, open plains, shores, its stories and its wide diversity of people, plants & animals. New scenery gives new directions and a recent move to the edge of the Great Dividing Range is giving food for thought and a slow shift in palette.

  • Influences

    The Australian artists who have gone before, Mervyn Moriarty and other tutors from Flying Arts, my life in the Australian outback

  • Awards

    Many Open Awards in regional centres, plus the 1993 Shell/Flying Arts $2000 Award for Queensland Regional Artists

  • Exhibitions

    Carol has held 18 solo exhibitions and many group shows in her career, exhibiting in Sydney, Brisbane and Toowoomba as well as other regional centres.

  • Website

    www.carolmccormack.com.au

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Carol McCormack

Banksia Park, Woodgate
51 x 40 x 3 cm Acrylic and inks on stretched linen 51.5x40 $780.00

Carol McCormack

Surveying the scenery, Preston (at Melissa’s)
51 x 61 x 3 cm Acrylic, inks and collage on stretched canvas $725.00