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Tony Walker

Visual Artist

Based in Queensland Australia – landscape and figurative artwork – worldwide locations – remote, coastal and urban Australia.

Media: Watercolour or Acrylic Inks on paper and canvas
Focus: Interpretive painting – conveys character, authenticity, spirit and mood – the landscape/streetscape/industrial/historical fabric.
A Brisbane Australia artist, also studio at Noosa on Queensland Sunshine Coast. Travels widely on painting trips in Australia and elsewhere. Outside of the studio –  ‘en plein air’ painting and drawing with watercolour or inks, including painting in the most remote areas as well as urban Australia, and participation in Urban Sketchers’ events in cities worldwide. A member of local and international art groups exhibiting regularly in galleries and art shows. Demonstrates and tutors workshops ‘Expressive Watercolour’ and ‘Urban Sketch’ (pen + acrylic ink)  periodically in Brisbane.

You may:
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ASE artwork direct from artist or via galleries – contact for details or arrange studio visit directly.
Find out more about the worldwide URBAN SKETCHERS organization on FB tonywalkerartist, or google Urban Sketchers.

Shows & News

RECENTLY OPENED: ‘Outside In’ is a major exhibition at St Vincent’s Northside Hospital Chermside Brisbane and it includes a display of 20 Tony Walker recent paintings and archival limited edition Giclee prints from his “About Brisbane’ series of acrylic ink sketches. Enquire by email for catalogue and to enquire about prices.

FABRIANO 2019: Tony Walker watercolour is again represented in the catalogue of the major watercolour painting event FabrianInAquarello, Italy. He will travel there to participate and paint and arrange an exhibition in Milano in April May 2019.and show in Milano Italy.
Further USK events coming up in Amsterdam and Asia in 2019 – acrylic inks on paper and canvas.

PRINTS ARE AVAILABLE: Sketches and paintings – Email or telephone to obtain brochure showing thumbnails of archival quality limited edition prints including the ‘About Brisbane’ series, and prices..

South Brisbane (below) and Wilston Village from About Brisbane’ series.


Grand Kampar hotel – acrylic inks


From the artist:

‘I am fascinated by the landscape – its rhythms, colours and space. I constantly find inspiration there, appreciating the endurance, the silence and the power of remote landscapes and seascapes. In the urban landscape I am interested in cultural aspects, juxtaposition of old and new, and the life in the streets – and to capture some of that in my artwork.

A desire to express my personal perceptions of these things is the driving force behind my artwork, engaging in the never ending endeavor to convey perception in 2 dimensions on paper or canvas.

Having been a keen painter as a child, I continued to paint landscape right through to university. I qualified in engineering and subsequently also in landscape architecture and a career followed in urban design. I continued to draw and paint in spare hours and I began to put my work in galleries in this period. My subsequent move to professional artist followed from this time in the urban design sphere with the benefit of many art classes and workshops with established artists in Melbourne and Brisbane.’

Workshops & Demos

  •  Workshops in Brisbane:
    ‘URBAN SKETCHING’ – Pen drawing with acrylic ink toning.
    ‘EXPRESSIVE WATERCOLOUR’  – watercolour techniques brought to life.
    Please enquire or register interest by email for forthcoming workshops.


Gallery – Recent artwork
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drawings and paintings – watercolour or acrylic inks