Liam Waldie


Tegalalang (Ubud)
oil 94x120cm
Harbour from Whiteley's Garden with Datura Flowers (Devil's Trumpet)
oil 90x120cm
Flinders Blowhole
oil 90x120cm
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About Liam Waldie

Liam is passionate about our environment and sustainable ways of living and aims to reflect this through his portrayal of nature. Through movement and flowing composition his use of organic line, pattern, shape and expressive colour, he captures his subject and his experience whilst in nature.  Liam explores the relationship and interconnectedness we as humans share with our environment. His current body of work focuses on contemporary landscapes in oil capturing the beautifully harsh and remote surroundings of the Victorian coastline and of his travels interstate and overseas.

Liam has exhibited in group shows across the country, and is in private collections throughout Australia and overseas. He studied a BA Visual Arts at the Queensland College of Art and taught as a high school Visual Arts teacher for 12 years. Liam currently works from his studio at Southern Buoy Studios, Mornington and is represented by Manyung Galleries, Victoria, and the Illustration StyleFile for the Australian Society of Authors. He lives in Mount Martha with his partner Jaime, their children Tex Jones, Indie Mae, and Australian Bulldog, Earl.

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