Broadarrow Artists

Broadarrow is proud to be affiliated with these Australian artists.

Simon Read


South Australia

Simon Read applies his innovative style to many different subjects. For over twenty years his paintings and drawings have been commissioned by many personal collectors, commercial organisations, corporate sponsors and racing teams, including Formula One and V8 Supercars.

Further work in advertising and illustrative media encouraged the mastery of diverse materials and new techniques with Gouache, Watercolour, Pencil, Indian Inks and Digital Media as well.

Arthur Hamblin



As an artist Arthur Hamblin owes much to the experiences and characters he has seen in the Australian Outback. Australian country life, stockmen, cattle, horses, camels and birds are his subjects. His paintings illustrate the heat, vastness, space and colour of the outback. You can feel the searing heat of the sun, the thick, dry dust, the smallness of man against the endless countryside.

Arthur has continued to enjoy great success with regular exhibitions in Australia and overseas. His popularity is due to the fact that he has the ability to capture the real heart and soul of the outback in a way that is unique, warm and appealing. Arthur has won a number of prizes and awards in Australia and has been commissioned to paint for Government Departments, galleries, private and corporate clients worldwide.

Michael McMahon


New South Wales

Born in Singleton, NSW, Michael McMahon trained at the Newcastle College of Advanced Education, achieving a Fine Art Diploma before moving to the Gold Coast in 1986.

Michael is an artist, illustrator, teacher and jurist, winning numerous local and interstate prizes. He has been President of the Association of Fine Artists and specialises in figurative and architectural drawing and painting.

Robert Paul Todoni

Port Augusta

South Australia

Paul is a resident artist, author and Treasurer of the Science Art Research Centre of Australia Inc, near Murwillumbah in the Tweed Valley of Northern NSW. He began his artisitic career by joining the artists of the Science Art Research Centre at Berri, in the South Australian Riverland region. Influenced by the work of the Heidelberg School he became recognised for his mastery of impressionism.

Working almost exclusively in oils on stretched canvas, belgian linen or artboard, either on location or from sketches, he has exhibited overseas including the De Vorzon Gallery, Hollywood and the Dynansen Galleries on Rodeo Dve, Beverley Hills, USA. He is represented in numerous corporate and private collections around the world.

Kerry Alexander



Kerry Alexander, of Kerry Sea Designs, trained in art and design in England before immigrating to Australia. She first settled in the Whitsunday Islands, where a scuba diving course proved to be a life changing experience. Kerry was and still is, overwhelmed by the breathtaking beauty of Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

Kerry works with a combination of watercolour, gouache and inks. Her vibrant designs echo the colours and patterns of nature and bring joy to people around the globe.



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