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Nick Psomiadis

Nick Psomiadis was born in 1968 Melbourne Victoria, has lived and worked his entire life in this Great City of ours. Leaving school at the age 17 to commence a career in Fine Art Jewellery making where he served his 5 year apprenticeship and soon afterwards started his own business and eventually opening up a studio in Melbourne CBD where he crafted jewellery until 2004.

Photography began for Nick long before the age of 17 and the 35mm film camera always had a special place in his heart. In summer of 2011 Nick made a career changing decision to pursue his dream and is now focusing all his energy in the art of photography.

He is able to capture moments in time in amazing locations and covers a large range of sceneries. His ability to create an aesthetic approach within these places creates an emotive feel and response to his artworks through his technical professionalism of photography.


Nicholas Girling

Nicholas Girling is an Australian contemporary artist. His career started out in design and advertising and now focusing his career as a practicing artist.

His artworks still inspired in the design field as well as abstract art and character based themes.

Steven Print Gallery is very excited about this range of Modern Vintage images. We have the new HONG KONG image as featured in THE BLOCK. They are in a limited edition range of only 100 per title, in fact, some have sold out already. You can view them all in our section titled VINTAGE prints. Unframed prints, subject to availability, are printed in two sizes. 70x100cm $450.00. 100x120cm $650.00. We can then Custom Frame them to suit your needs.

Clem Millward

Clement (Clem) Millward was born in 1929 in Melbourne but spent his childhood in Western Australia. He later studied at East Sydney Technical School and Julian Ashton School in Sydney and is based in New South Wales. He is renowned for his beautiful evocative landscapes of the Australian bush.

Anne Smith

Anne Smith works with her husband in the Blue Mountains in NSW. Her work is on minute detail and she presents her work in ‘stories’ such as The Magic Flute, Canterbury Tale

Jan Neil

Jan Neil is an Australian artist currently based in Fitzroy Melbourne. Since moving to Melbourne in 1981 she has exhibited her works regularly within Australia and Internationally. In 1997 she began a series of acrylic collages with found materials. Her inspiration comes from nature, as well as urban street art and Graffiti. She is currently working within Photography and digital art within her practice available as limited edition prints on paper or canvas.

Jeff Gardner

Jeff Gardner hovered around Printmaking until the late 1990’s. It was while working as a builder’s labourer, he began etching away on printing plates with a sharpened nail, during his commute on trains to job sites around Melbourne. Since then, he has become an established printmaker and painter who also writes and illustrates creative verse, while living and working in his studio at Porcupine Flat near historic Maldon, Victoria.
He has an abiding love of “nonsense” poetry and children’s picture book illustration and this is present in his own whimsical interpretation of the world, through his art and the titles of his prints.
Jeff Gardner employs a range of materials including copper, zinc, aluminium and plastic plates to create his dry point prints. The print is in part a mono-print, making each one unique with its own characteristic use of plate tone.

Other Limited Editions

Norman Lindsay

Norman Lindsay is one of Australia’s most well-known and greatest artists born in Melbourne VIC. Through his technical abilities to draw he became a cartoonist for the Bulletin magazine. He painted nudes, wrote childrens novels such as ‘The Magic Pudding’ made into sculptures. His major works consist of ink drawings, watercolours, etchings, and oil paintings which are all represented at ‘Springwood’¬† the Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum.

His artwork is highly collected and many works reside in within private and corporate collections. Many of his novels have a frankness and vitality that matches his art, especially to that of his controversial nudes.

Michael Leunig

Michael Leunig was born in East Melbourne and was educated locally. He pursued a career as a factory labourer and meat worker before beginning work as a political cartoonist for a daily Melbourne newspaper. The penguin leunig was his first book published in 1974 and has produced 23 more collections since then.

In 1999 he was declared a national living treasure by the National Trust and awarded honorary degrees from La Trobe and Griffith universities and the Australian Catholic University for his unique contribution to Australian culture. His work still appears regularly in the Melbourne Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.

Meg Cole

Meg Cole was born and raised in Gippsland, currently living in the Rainforest of East Melbourne. Growing up so close to nature she has grown a connection and relationship within nature and the animals that she portrays in her images. She is a self taught artist drawing from a young age combining colour and graphite trying to capture the essence of each character and creature.