Fred Bullen has won awards for his works in local area exhibitions and many are currently displayed in galleries in Forster, Taree and Port Macquarie.
His most recent works have been described as having been executed “by an artist who has developed his own style based on an intuitive execution. The suburban landscape is rendered with an almost photographic naturalism; but the use of bright colours, ambiguous and distorted perspectives, and strange juxtapositions suggest an imagined or dreamed reality”.
His inspiration comes from the local area and the urban landscape which are then reproduced in traditional or one of many styles such as ‘abstract realism’.
Tracey’s work is inspired by the many and varied places she has lived from Port Macquarie, Sydney to Smiths Lake and also extensive travel through Asia and Europe.
She loves to play with textures, light, movement and patterns and uses a variety of mediums, currently creating both mixed media, acrylic and oil paintings.
The playful, fluid, dreamlike quality of Tracey’s art is an expression of her personality and nods to artworks created by family members, whilst the vibrant colours, patterns and texture is worked into nature pieces that portray the personality of her wildlife characters.