Natalia Rolon

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By Natalia Rolon in New Art on Tuesday 17 January 2012

Whether depicting forlorn-looking children or prim houses, some already struck by calamity, Natalia Rolon’s pieces convey tension, restlessness and a feeling of distance, as though one were looking into a dream or back upon a painful memory.

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Ghostly watercolours by Justin Lee Williams

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By Michael Cain in New Art on Sunday 8 January 2012

I just love Justin Lee Williams’s beautiful, ghostly watercolours. Check out his Attachments series on his website, a project in which he paints people he has met, from memory.

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Monika Viktoria’s Of Lace and Moss art series

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By Tiana Vasiljev in New Art on Wednesday 26 October 2011

Working in delicate layers of watercolour washes, Sydney-based artist Monika Viktoria creates an elusive world woven from whispers and memories. I recently came across her current series, Of Lace and Moss, which is a collection of romantic portraits rendered with touching detail and soft nuances of colour.

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