Lyndsey Hatchwell

Painter, sculptor, print maker and Eco Artist.

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Ned Rides Again!

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on August 4, 2015 at 12:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Yes Ned Kelly "Ned Turns a Corner" is lurking again but this time on the harbour foreshore at Clarkes Point Reserve Hunters Hill. If you get a chance to go and visit there a many amazing sculptures on display (and it is a fab location!) on till Sunday 9th August 2015 - Harbour Sculputure

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Buy Art Get Wine!

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on May 2, 2015 at 5:30 AM Comments comments (0)

This post is to let you know that Fine Art America has a great deal on for those of you who live in the United States.

With any purchase of art from Fine Art America you will receive a $100 wine voucher from Naked Wines (see terms and conditions) and if you like my work you can go to my Fine Art America site here. You can app...

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Royal Easter Show 2015

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on March 31, 2015 at 6:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Well if you are out at the Royal Easter Show this year please stop by the Arts Pavilion. There are many fab works in there and I have 3 in the sculpture sections, 1 "Surfin' Spidy - On a Roll - a cute spider painting in still life and a black and white print in the Printmaking section of "Milsons Point 1890's" Below is my Mini Mutant Ninja Bunny wire sculpture.

The Creation of Ginormous Mutant Ninja Bunny

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on March 23, 2015 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Just a quick blog about my "Ginormous Mutant Ninja Bunny". If you'd like to see the "making of" please click on the link below and enjoy. He was a bit of a challenge - pushing the materials to their limits, but I am super happy with the resulting insanely neon pink rabbit who is also incredibly structurally sound. More pics to come but this one is of him before he set off to the Royal Easter Show.


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"Drawing on Memory" Holocaust Exhibition

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on December 1, 2014 at 4:40 AM Comments comments (0)

"Drawing on Memory" the art exhibition commissioned by Holocaust survivor Harry Fransman is on display at Parliament House here in Sydney (with new works added) Artists involved are myself  (Lyndsey Hatchwell)  Bob McPhillips and Joanne Morris. There are new works that have been added to this amazing life story of Harry's since the exhibition was on display at the Sydney Jewish Museum.

Here is a link to Harry's

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Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on November 11, 2014 at 4:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Bone carvings I did many moons ago (early 1990's)

#marlin #dolphin #maninthemoon #stingray

Refugee Ball

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on October 22, 2014 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Have donated one of my favourite prints to the Refugee Ball to help raise funds. I hope the auction goes well! On tomorrow night and SOLD out!

Exhibition Opening Tonight!

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on October 9, 2014 at 5:25 PM Comments comments (0)

After a huge days work yesterday (and more to come today) we are looking forward to a fun opening tonight. If you are out and about in Balmain, pop down to the Balmain Watch House and enjoy some drinks and nibbles in this gorgeous historical building that will be home to our eclectic mix of artworks for the entire weekend. 

Sneak Peek for "Reimagining the Familiar"

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on October 2, 2014 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Middle Earth Morn Lino Print

Next joint exhibition coming up soon! Exhibiting with my friend and talented artist Bethany Tucker. We will have an eclectic mix of works in the disciplines of painting, printmaking and sculpture....hope you can make it. Balmain Watch House Gallery 179 Darling St Balmain  Friday 10th October Official opening 6-8 pm. Sat 11th and Sun 12th 10 am -...

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Westmead Hospital Temporary Exhibition

Posted by Lyndsey Hatchwell on October 1, 2014 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (2)

I am exhibiting at the Westmead Temporary Art Exhibition with my friend Margaret Ng. It is a great place to exhibit as the works brighten peoples days and sales raise funds for the hospital.