Craig Mackie

2018

Happy Hour
 
acrylic 91x61cm
#347   $1600   SOLD
Autumn in Surrey Hills
 
acrylic 50x65cm
#348   $1400
Free House
 
acrylic 39x49cm
#349   $850   SOLD
Hang In There Myrtle
 
acrylic 50x64cm
#350   $1600
Forgiveness
 
acrylic 35x45cm
#351   $800   SOLD
Goal
 
acrylic 65x52cm
#352   $1400   SOLD
Lost Buoy
 
acrylic 53x73cm
#353   $1200   SOLD
Love
 
acrylic 53x63cm
#354   $1200
New Year's Day
 
acrylic 54x44cm
#355   $1200   SOLD
The Tagger's Restraint
 
acrylic 20x20cm
#356   $250   SOLD
Hungover in Barwon Downs
 
acrylic 50x70cm
#357   $1000   SOLD
Stray Cat Blues
 
acrylic 39x31cm
#358   $500   SOLD
Shame
 
acrylic 24x54cm
#359   $500
Self Portrait on Reynard St
 
acrylic 44x54cm
#360   $1200
Dea Loves Tim
 
acrylic 25x21cm
#361   $200   SOLD
Cornershop
 
acrylic 35x45cm
#362   $450   SOLD
The Last Potato Cake
 
acrylic 24x24cm
#363   $350   SOLD
Gimme Shelter
 
acrylic 61x61cm
#364   $800   SOLD
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About Craig Mackie

A lifetime love affair with all things creative, Craig - AKA Mac - has been painting, illustrating and cartooning his entire life. As a young man Mac attended art classes but discovered that he learned more from observing the skill of his own father, a technical illustrator, who himself was an artist that put a huge amount of detail into his drawings and paintings. Having a career in the offset printing industry, Mac determined to leave the safety of a “normal” job and commit to full time painting in 2008 and hasn’t looked back since. Describing his acrylic paintings as being in the realm of realism with brief forays into surrealism, Mac brings everyday locations into stark, beautiful focus. His interest in the charm of buildings and landscapes provide inspiration for the paintings that depict the surroundings that we tend to overlook daily. Having found landscapes far and wide worthy of putting to canvas, Mac now finds sufficient beauty and strangeness within mere minutes of his home studio with works depicting local structures and well-known iconic modes of transport. Mac’s paintings have found homes in galleries, cafés, art shows and several solo exhibitions and he looks forward to many more years of creating art on the very easel his father handed down to him.

2011 Amaroo Art Show ; Best In Show 2011 Roberts McCubbin Art Show ; Best In Show 2012 Amaroo Art Show ; 2 Honourable Mentions 2013 Roberts McCubbin Art Show ; Highly Commended 2015 Hart Art Show ; Best In Show

For more on Craig Mackie see
www.artbymac.com

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