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Access Arts’ talented artists work across a range of mediums such as painting, photography, drawing, collage and mosaic. Our artists exhibit regularly throughout the Brisbane region. If you would like to purchase or commission an artwork, or simply want to find out more, contact the Access Arts office on (07) 3505 0311.

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Wuilo Allemand

Wuilo Allemand was born in Santiago de Chile in 1965. From a young age Wuilo dreamed of becoming an artist and expressing a positive energy through art. Wuilo studied photography for two years at Arcis University in Chile. Wuilo found that life became more interesting with each class he attended. Wuilo learnt that art can Read more…



Tanya Darl

I am a painter, singer, musician, actor, dancer, poet, lyricist, play writer, author, photographer and sculptor. I am inspired by the Australian landscape, including the outback (in particular the colour and sparseness), rainforests, bushes, rivers and creeks, surf and beaches, Australian streetscapes, old houses and cityscapes. I also love to paint portraits. When I paint Read more…



Stephen Corti-Griffiths

Stephen first started painting and taking photographs 25 years ago. He began studying a Certificate IV in Visual Arts at the QLD College of Art and regularly exhibited his work, until an accident in 2006 left Stephen with an acquired brain injury and reduced movement in his hands. This did not affect Stephen’s enthusiasm or Read more…



Michael Mulvey

Drawing is an integral part of Michael’s life, as he spends two to three hours drawing each day. For Michael, drawing is a form of communication and social engagement while providing a vehicle to process a range of experiences. Michael’s work reflects a keen interest in people, architecture and daily experiences. Colour is also an Read more…



Lisa Blake

I have been attending the Brisbane Outsider Artists Studio program at Access Arts for many years. This has provided me with many exciting exhibiting opportunities and helped me to develop my existing art skills and learn new ones. More recently I have also become involved with Art From the Margins (AFTM), exhibiting in their annual Read more…



Judith Baker

I am an artist living with a disability and discovered the magic of art in my later life. I love realist painting and find great pleasure in painting picturesque settings of images that make our sometimes less than perfect world a much brighter place to live. I exhibit and sell my art and have held Read more…



Levi Diball

Levi Diball is a young emerging outsider artist. Levi’s art practice employs a simplistic style that is compared to cartoons and caricature drawing. As her art progresses, her own individualistic expression and responses to life experience unfold. Levi is finding an individual style, expanding her art practice and empowering her place in the art world. Read more…



Peter Hughes

Brisbane based artist Peter Hughes likes to paint people in situations he reads about in newspaper articles, has seen on the television or YouTube, or reads about on the internet. Peter’s artworks often respond to natural disasters such as the earthquakes in Japan and Christchurch, and the Queensland floods. However, he also draws inspiration from Read more…



Irene Martin-Miller

Growing up in Melbourne left me with indelible images of terrain and night skies that have inspired my life’s artwork. Travelling throughout Victoria with my father, gazing from a moving vehicle, I observed landscape from the coasts to the mountains. When I began painting whilst living in sub-tropical Queensland, my imagery reflected those early vistas. Read more…



George Delaney

George Delaney is a member of Access Arts’ Brisbane Outsider Artists’ Studio, working primarily with abstract drip painting and comic book inspired characters. George utilises a range of oils, acrylics and spray paints to build highly textured, rich and colourful surfaces. George first became serious about his love for art when he was shown the Read more…