Libby Haines

Libby Haines

Libby is an artist based in Naarm, whose still life work captures the domestic through her textural paintings; rich with colour and life, they allow for a closer look at everyday life, evoking colour as a feeling. 

Libby graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor in Visual and Media Arts in 2007, first following a path of fashion, then jewellery design. This previous experience helped develop a strong sense of colour and pattern, which feeds organically into her paintings.

Libby has exhibited in groups shows with Saint Cloche (2023) Modern Times (2021, 2022, 2023) The Design Files (2023) Honey bones (2022) and has exhibited 4 sold-out solo shows, SUKU Home (2023) Perry’s refreshment Club x Black hearts Wines (2022) Saint Cloche (2022) Brunswick Street Gallery(2021). In 2023 she hosted a series of art classes inthe Pierre Bonnard designed by India Mahdavi exhibition; at the National Gallery of Victoria. She sells two small paintings a week to a loyal following on instagram.

The Poster - Oysters and a Dirty Martini by Gerald's Bar

Libby Haines focuses on the beauty in the minutiae of life in her oil paintings, and here she has captured a cosy scene at the iconic Melbourne institution, Gerald's Bar. It depicts a recipe for a great night out that starts with oysters and a dirty martini.

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