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Welcome to Claremont Art Framers and Gallery where you’ll find an extensive range of custom picture framing and quality arts services on offer.

We’ve also made it easy to purchase affordable artworks online. With a variety of framing and delivery options, our comprehensive collection features original artworks as well as limited edition prints by local emerging and well-known Australian artists.

We invite you to browse all works currently available in stock by selecting from the artist profiles below:

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Please note that while we ship all unframed prints Australia wide, artworks which are Framed or On Stretcher Bar, Ready to Hang are only available for in-store pick up or home delivery within the Perth Metropolitan Area.

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  • Catherine CarpenterOP001

    Catherine Carpenter is a self-taught artist whose delightful work depicts Australian wildlife characterised by the intricate detail in her beautiful drawing technique.

    Exhibiting since 1983, Catherine has won a number of prizes and her work is renown both Australia-wide and overseas.

  • Colin ParkerOP006

    “After many years of illustrating I became Senior Illustrator at Rolls-Royce, UK, and was responsible for creating many of the air brush colour cutaways of the aero engines designed and built by the company.

    Apart from aviation I have always been a “car nut”, going to race meetings at Brands Hatch and Silverstone at every opportunity where I managed to pick up many commissions, not only cars, but landscapes too.

    In search of a better life, in 1987 I immigrated to Australia, where an opportunity arose on the Black Hawk military helicopter contract at Hawker de Havilland. I became Chief Illustrator and was responsible for the production of artwork associated with promoting the company worldwide plus the production of all technical manuals. HDH was subsequently taken over by Boeing Aeroplanes where I became responsible for design integration graphics on projects as diverse as the new Airbus A380, Boeing Dreamliner and the Joint Striker Fighter (JSF), Australia’s new front line fighter aircraft.

    I left Boeing in 2005 and am now able to pursue my passion of aviation and automotive art more fully. My favoured medium is acrylic, but I also paint in oils and watercolours. Over the years I have been fortunate in having had many commissions and at present have several awaiting my attention” Colin Parker

  • Donald James WatersOP010

    Highly collectable Queensland artist Don Waters produces artwork busting with life and colour, depicting Australiana with a vibrancy which sets him apart as a figurative and landscape painter.

    Don exhibits his work Australia-wide and his international career is fast gaining momentum, particularly in England and New Zealand. His paintings are included in Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s II Art Collection and during the Queen’s recent CHOGM visit to Perth he also designed paintings to decorate the dignitary reception and accommodation areas.

  • Lyn EllisonOP027

    Dedicated conservationist Lyn Ellison produces beautiful artworks depicting Australian and African wildlife with a narrative flair.

    Based in Queensland, she has exhibited her work in solo and joint exhibitions both in Australia and overseas and has received various awards.

    Her paintings are part of private and corporate collections in Australia, New Zealand, the U.K. and America.

  • Mel BriggOP031

    South African born Mel Brigg is a highly collectable self-taught painter based in Queensland, Australia.

    His stunning impressionistic works have been exhibited widely throughout Australia, Europe, South Africa and in Singapore since he first took up the brush in 1970.

  • NoongaliOP037

    Painting since 1987, Noongali is an Aboriginal artist from Western Australia who traces his ancestry as a member of the Balardong clan (part of the Noongar tribe) from the York region approximately 100 km inland from Perth.

    Born and raised on the York Reserve until the age of 15, Noongali is well grounded in Balardong culture and his work is a unique blend of traditional Australian Indigenous art and his own stylistic interpretations.

    He draws upon his clan history, culture and language whilst employing modern materials leading to the creation of his strikingly bold imagery portraying creatures of the dreaming and Australian cities.

  • Paul JohnsonPJ006

    Paul Johnson is a photographer based in Perth, Western Australia, and specialises in creative art photography. His inspiration comes from the beautiful, and sometimes quirky, things around us.

    Paul’s work focuses on elements of nature as artworks in their own right, as well as the way people and the built environment interact with the natural landscape. The results are strikingly intimate, capturing moments in time and imbuing them with awe.

    Each of his images are released in limited edition digital prints of 50 and are signed, dated and numbered by the artist. Once an edition has sold out the image is not reprinted.