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El arte figurativo de Mónica Rohan

Vibrant and slightly evasive self-portraits by Australian artist Monica Rohan.

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Gradual Descent © Monica Rohan

Monica Rohan creates her self portrait paintings on board with oil paints. Monica was a finalist in the Redland Art Award, James Kiwi Watercolour Prize and

this isn't happiness.

Monica Rohan paints self-portraits in which she is eternally hiding behind and searching within vibrant, patterned textiles and luscious, green plants. The Australian artist is inspired by her own …

monica rohan Queensland artist - early 20s and already she has exhibited at Goma

Monica Rohan’s paintings so beautifully depict her love of nature and highly patterned textiles, she is particularly inspired by artist Edouard Vuillard

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Art: Queensland Portrait Prize announced

Arts & Culture | Monica Rohan | Pattern People

When you look at Monica Rohan's paintings made of coloured vortices and female bodies with heads hidden in swirling patterns, the first impression is an

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Monica Rohan - Hidden in Patterned Covers

I totally fell in love with Monica Rohan's paintings. Her portraits reminds me Klimt artworks, where patterns, bright colors and dreamy subjects creates together an harmonic composition.

Los misteriosos autorretratos de Mónica Rohan

Monica Rohan (South East Queensland, Australia) - Specky, 2013 Paintings: Oil on Board

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Fairytale Illustrations Of Monica Rohan

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Monica Rohan, Tip

'Ditch' by Monica Rohan in 2013.

'Ditch' by Monica Rohan in

Self Portraits

Monica Rohan paints self-portraits in which she is eternally hiding behind and searching within vibrant, patterned textiles and luscious, green plants. The Australian artist is inspired by her own …

The faces of Brisbane based painter Monica Rohan's subjects are buried under vibrant textiles, granny blankets and green foliage. But are they hunting or hiding from something? Either way, her work is intriguing and leaving us wanting to know more . . .
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