“Damien Kamholtz is a visual artist based in Toowoomba, Australia. His paintings have been selected as finalists in the Brett Whitely Travelling Art Scholarship twice and he has been a finalist in such shows as the Churchie Art Award, the Prometheus Visual Arts Award and, more recently, the Sulman Prize. Damien is a lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland, currently teaching Art and Pedagogy for the education faculty. He has also taught there for the Arts Faculty. Prior to that he taught at the Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE and has coordinated art programs within acute mental Health Units for Queensland Health.”(from Anthea Polson Art)
Kamholtz’s current exhibition “Boats Like Feathers” brings together the child and adult in a soft and vibrant world of narrative and metaphor evoked through Damien Kamholtz’s deeply layered and nostalgic work, rich with a story unique to each viewer if they are willing to take part in the journey. (from Arthouse Gallery)
To see more, visit ArtHouseGallery.com.au and Anthea Polson Art.