Born 1965, Sydney
Paul Freeman’s work is free and unrestrained. Using historical and symbolic references in his art, his great talent resides in his ability to use several media simultaneously. His art is passionate and vibrant with life.
His skills in gold- and silversmithing, painting, sculpture and ceramics have resulted in a fertile and intense artistic practice, which is further enhanced by his love of the cello.
Creature musicians 1977; lithograph; 34 x 44cm; Courtesy Susan Dorothea White
Wild horse 2010 acrylic on canvas 60 x 120 cm Courtesy Concord Mental Health Unit
Bathing beauty 2010 acrylic on canvas 71 x 56 cm Courtesy Concord Mental Health Unit
Shakespearian 1985; linoleum, copper, feathers; 42 x 52cm; Courtesy the artist
Mini-collection 1986-1991; mixed media; dimensions variable; Courtesy the artist