For the past 30 years Corinne Loxton has practiced as a visual artist, painting ethereal land and skyscapes that reflect her deep connection with nature as a place of spiritual encounter. More than simply pictures of places or natural phenomena, her works evoke experiences of wonder, longing and consolation. In particular, Corinne’s work explores the intimate relationship she has with the landscape of the Blue Mountains, where she lives and works. The trees and rocks standing sentinel, the shifting light and colour, the clouds building or dispersing – these are the characters in Corinne’s paintings that speak metaphorically about the universal human conditions of loss and love, grief and joy, despair and hope. Corinne Loxton is a TEDx speaker and has received several awards, most notably the Elioth Gruner Art Prize awarded by the Art Gallery of NSW (1999), and a Residency at La Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris (2000). In 2014 she was selected as a finalist in the NSW Parliament Plein Air Art Prize and exhibited in NSW Parliament House. Currently living and working in the Blaxland, Corinne has travelled and exhibited widely. Recent solo shows include Passages, Paintings from Warrumbungles and Beyond, Into & Beyond, Blaxland Gallery & Studios, Spirit of Place, Braemar Gallery Springwood, Lagoon Landscapes, Rex-Livingston Art & Objects, Katoomba, The Elements, Emma's Cottage Vineyard Gallery, Hunter Valley and in 2016 Elemental Elegance, The Laussade Studio, Melbourne, and Land, Sea and Sky, Manyung Gallery Group, Malvern, Melbourne. Corinne’s paintings, workshops, blog and full CV can be viewed on her website.

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Corinne Loxton


Passages - Paintings from Warrumbungles and Closer to Home

A solo exhibition made up of plein air and studio oil paintings.

TEDx Talk

I presented at TEDxKatoomba on 30 June 2023

Painting Workshops in the Blue Mountains and Sydney

Corinne runs full-day, half-day and hourly workshops both in her Blaxland studio and outdoors

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