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Whitney Spicer

PAINTER, MANILDRA, NSW

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How would you describe your art? While I don’t necessaril­y adhere to a certain style of art, my current series is a collection of still-life paintings captured at an aerial view. Recently, I have been working on loosening my brush stroke; this is giving me a lessrefine­d finish and bringing a whimsical quality to each piece. What do you love most about painting? The process of creating each artwork is so incredibly personal to me, and knowing that my paintings bring joy to others is so rewarding. Where do you find inspiratio­n? I paint from life, whether that is still-life arrangemen­ts, the countrysid­e around me, or my children. Although the content itself can be quite simple, it really is an example of finding happiness in the everyday. Where can people buy your art?

My pieces are available to purchase both directly through my website and, on occasion, via galleries that exhibit my work, which is updated via my website. What price range can people expect? I offer my pieces in a wide array of sizes, with the pricing for framed works starting from about $690. I love knowing that my works are accessible and cater to a diverse clientele. whitneyspi­cer.com; @whitneyspi­cer

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LEFT Whitney Spicer in her studio on the family’s farm between Orange and Parkes in NSW. ABOVE Lemon Squeezy. OPPOSITE Maxwell’s Sugar Bowl (both works were completed last year).

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