Artist Profile

NICHOLAS OSMOND

Nicholas Osmond draws from his embedded connection to place around his home in Moree in northern NSW. Only new to painting, over the last three years he has been prolifically honing his practice. Anchored by his intuitive sense of colour and guided by emotion, he works the surface to achieve a unity of colour. He sees himself as an observer, painting past and current narratives in Australian history.

WHERE DID YOU GROW UP?

I grew up on a sheep station up near Mungindi, in northwest NSW, until I was 15. I then went to boarding school for eight or nine years. I went into nursing

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