Suzie Anderson Home carries a variety of one-of-a-kind artworks and hand-crafted pieces by local and regional artists in the Southern Highlands and NSW.
We are passionate about sharing an eclectic range of mediums that tell a story of inspiration, beauty and reflection through the eyes of the Artist, which is felt by the viewer.
If you are interested in selling artwork on consignment through Suzie Anderson Home and believe your work is aligned with our design ethos, please complete the application form at the bottom of this page.
Jeannie Dolan’s paintings are a richly expressed ode to the natural world. Based in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Jeannie is an intuitive artist who seeks to convey a sense of spontaneous beauty, allowing her memories and emotions to guide the work.
Jeannie’s childhood in the Blue Mountains attuned her to the power of nature’s charms, an appreciation that has followed her through life and informs her artistic creation today.
Jeannie’s landscapes, still life's and floral studies are a celebration of abundance and magical light, often highly textural and always evocative.
CHALK PAINT ARTIST
Laura Hayes is a dutch born contemporary painter who lives and works in the Southern Highlands.
Inspired by concepts and colours in Nature, she creates layered abstract artwork using mainly chalk based paint and other materials.
Laura is at her happiest exploring the outdoors (bush, country or seasides) and taking in her surroundings. It is this connection to nature that creates a direct relationship between her source of inspiration and the easel.
Each piece is hand painted and original. All the artwork is created in her studio in Burradoo were she also hosts Chalk Paint® workshops.
You can learn more about Laura's work here.
Elise is a photographer, writer and naturopath with a Master of Public Health who fell into botanical photography as an art form when she was practicing as a naturopath and capturing flowering herbal medicines. In making her art, Elise focuses on capturing flowers and plants in studio with blank backgrounds, as a form of still life portraiture.
Elise brings her awe of botanics to every subject she captures. Long exposure photography allows her to use natural light and a deep depth of field to capture her subjects with richness, detail, depth and shadow.
This way the viewer is equally filled with awe - not only at the uniqueness of these flowers and plants, but at nature as a whole.
'SLIM' (GEORGE) AARONS
Slim Aarons’ career began as a combat photographer during WWII, for which he received the esteemed Purple Heart. He witnessed the liberation of Rome, sparking a lifelong love affair with Italy.
Traveling to parties and intimate events from Hollywood to Park Avenue, the Caribbean to the French & Italian Riviera, Slim captured the world’s elite at their leisure.
With his extensive body of work and fresh approach, Slim Aarons has been acknowledged of one of the most influential photographers of his generation.
Shaz Collyer is a local Artist and Creative, who creates stunning and evocative abstract paintings, and is also a valued member of the Suzie Anderson Home team.
Shaz's work is inspired by the colours, textures and patterns in nature, vintage textiles, buildings and found objects. Her work particularly reflects the ageing process, and the layering of colour and surface that is created through daily use, and the exposure to weather over time. She is currently exploring these ideas through abstract colour field painting.
We had a conversation with Shaz about her creative inspiration and life as an Artist in Residence at the Southern Highlands Artisans Collective here.
LANDSCAPE AND TEXTURAL WORK
Through drawing and painting, and often exploring the use of mixed media, Georgie Gall is drawn to the play of texture, colour and light in her paintings. The Australian landscape is an inescapable presence in all her work, it is the foundation of each painting she does within the wheat, seascape, silver birch, riverbank genres and textural landscapes. The love of texture characterises her work and provides a pathway to convey a simple and honest account of various real and imagined destinations.
Remote landscapes also provide a major inspiration for her works. The outback has had a profound effect on her in many ways. Arid zone landscapes of our inland are incredibly varied, and addictive. Exploring new places is always an adventure, but revisiting old favourites reveals incredible changes from one year to the next depending on what the weather has bestowed. The physical and visual power of nature whether coastal or inland – the wow factor that only landscape in its most magnificent can deliver, is what she tries to portray.
Storms, floods, droughts – all do their handiwork on the foundation structure which is landscape, and the land responds to display its scars, suffer, recover and then flourish. Georgie has been a practising artist for over fourteen years. Having resided in both Melbourne and Sydney with her husband and children.
Georgie currently exhibits in private galleries in Sydney and Melbourne and happily paints commissions. Her work is represented in private and public collections in Australia, Hong Kong, the USA and UK.
BLOSSOMS IN AUGUST
Hania’s artistic process is intuitive, the choice of colours and forms are triggered by fragmented memories that recall a specific time and place.
Torn between the physicality of paint and the seductiveness of the already made, marrying the two mediums together offers a different kind of delicacy which ultimately results in vibrant layered fields of colour and light, rich surfaces with depth, opacity and transparency.
Hania is continuously working with the fundamental elements of light, colour and form, where the confluence of all three create unexpected spaces of calm. The visual experience of her work changes according to the moving light and viewer, this relates to life and the constant motion of change, the shifting around us, and the desire to draw meaning from chaos.
The online application includes space to upload 4-8 images that accurately showcase your artwork.
These images will be used for our consideration of your application.
Upon acceptance, we will create additional product photography for use on our online store and social platforms.
Please name your images in the following format: YourName_ArtworkTitle.jpeg
Please do not bring any work into our stores until your application is sent, your artwork has been selected and contract is completed.
If you need assistance completing the online application or want more information on our guidelines, contact our Online Team at firstname.lastname@example.org