Although originally from Sydney, the widely travelled Steve Tyerman now lives and works from his studio in the Gold Coast’s hinterland. He has been a professional artist since 2002. He was Winner of the Inaugural APA Innovation Award – The Artist Revealed exhibition 2012 and has been a Finalist in the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007; Stan and Maureen Duke Prize 2011; Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2011; Redland Art Award 2010; Mortimore Prize 2010; Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize 2009; Highly Commended – Border Art Prize 2015 & 2007 and Finalist in the Norvill Art Prize 2006.
“As an artist I’ve continually felt compelled to creatively respond to and interpret my most familiar and immediate surroundings. I live in the bush in the hills of the Gold Coast Hinterland, we are surrounded by ancient and inspiring landscape and all manner of Australian wildlife. It is this landscape, these birds and animals along with my gardens that provide the inspiration for my work. The paintings are from experience, they come out of direct observation, sketches, plein air paintings and photographs. ”
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