Cameron Robbins

Kooyongkoot Project



Huntingfield Project

Often we can present items dear to us in a more styled and contemporary fashion as seen in this study.

An archival map of the collectors home town of London was sourced and became the centrepiece of the hang.

John Young-Zerunge

Elizabeth Project

The bold platte and design of this striking Doherty Designed residence compliments the reciprocated elements in this work by John Young-Zerunge from his Spectrum Series.

Lottie Consalvo

Mayfield Project


Michael Cook

Toorak Collection

This collector has a strong affiliation with digital art and is a great supporter of Australian indigenous artists. Michael Cook is one of Australia’s most recognised.

This work from Cook’s “Civilised” series explores Australia’s first people and the colonisers view on structured society. Its a moody and moving tribute to our turbulent history.

Jenny Watson

Towers Place Project

How people relate to art is a very personal journey and experience. Often we will see vastly differing elements from others within the same work.

This was the case with this work by Australian artist Jenny Watson. For one half of the couple they saw childhood days riding in the outback, whilst the other […]

Caleb Shea

Huntingfield Road Project

Creating a statement with art at the entrance to a house is vital. It reflects the collectors personalities, whilst needing to compliment design. Caleb Shea and Johnny Niesche work well in this Rob Mills renovated 1930’s grandure.


Sally Jourbet

Hawthorn Project

Having many happy memories holidaying on the beautiful Flinders coast line, we commissioned Melbourne artist Sally Jourbet to capture the natural beauty of this special place. The finished commission is breathtaking sitting comfortably in this Emma Templeton designed house.