Warren Crossett is an artist based in Melbourne whose work is often an ode to the past, with elements of the old masters and surrealism mixed together, often employing symbols and metaphors. When depicting general subjects the philosophy of beauty in simple things is displayed as well as commitment to working from life.
His subject matter ranges from portraiture, landscapes, still life and conceptual themes with incorporated symbology.
In 2015 he won the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, a finalist in the Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award, a finalist in the National Portrait Gallery Award ‘The Darling Prize’, exhibited in the Salon De Refuses for the Wynne Prize as well as a finalist for the Doug Moran Prize in 2021 and a semi- finalist on 3 other occasions. In 2022 he was a finalist in the prestigious 16th International Arc Salon under the portrait category. He also won the Lethbridge landscape prize in 2023.
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