Amanda Hyatt: The Tonal Impressionist

The Director and Staff are excited to be exclusively representing the internationally renowned, rigorously inventive and innovative Australian artist Amanda Hyatt. Artwork is now available to view and purchase at Red Hill Gallery.
Amanda Hyatt, Wetlands, oil on canvas, 120cm x 90cm
About Amanda Hyatt
With over 40 solo exhibitions and numerous international group exhibitions Amanda Hyatt grew up in the artistic environment of Eltham, Victoria, the site of the historic artist’s colony Montsalvat. Influenced by the Australian tonal-realist painters from the turn of the century, such as Arthur Streeton, Walter Withers and Tom Roberts - Hyatt resonated with their ideas of tone, light and atmosphere, subsequently spending her time aiming to perpetuate their artistic philosophies through her own work.
Amanda Hyatt, Florence Evening, oil on canvas, 130cm x 90cm
"It gives me great pleasure to introduce one of the nation’s best watercolourists to Red Hill Gallery. I started exhibiting with Red Hill over 30 years ago and around about that time I bought an Amanda Hyatt watercolour which I wake up to every morning.
Amanda Hyatt’s work has a special quality that very few artists achieve it’s all about spontaneity, raw emotion, every stroke comes from within. When one buys Amanda’s work, you’re actually buying part of her as the work is her - the two can’t be separated. I’m sure every viewer will have a response, and, in some way, her imagery will stay with the viewer not just as a decorative work but an emotive response to her subject."
~ Herman Pekel, Australia contemporary impressionist artist
Amanda Hyatt, Beach Time, oil on canvas, 105cm x 80cm
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