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Pamela Easton New Farm by Judith Sinnamon

Pamela Easton New Farm

Judith Sinnamon

About the artist

Judith Sinnamon has a lovely way with light – that is the best way to describe how it caresses the subjects in her highly detailed works that most often feature local flora or familiar household objects. A graduate of the QCA, and having exhibited in Brisbane for more than a decade,  Sinnamon has an ability to capture the intimacy of things.  She likes to bring tree branches, blossom and leaves into her studio so she can experiment with composition. In her own words she says that her work “explores the play and fall of the intense Brisbane light across the sitter together with objects, surfaces and textures”. As well as having her work held by the Mater Private Hospital Brisbane Art Collection and the Kawana Private Hospital Art Collection, she also has works in numerous private collections in Australia and internationally.

About the sitter

This portrait celebrates the poise, grace, warmth and sharp intellect of Brisbane’s fashion design icon Pamela Easton. She received international acclaim for her highly original and beautifully crafted designs and continues to influence a new generation of Australian designers. This work is oil paint on Belgian linen. Easton is one of Brisbane’s best known and most successful fashion designers. For nearly 30 years, she was a part of the iconic Brisbane label, Easton Pearson, which became one of Australia’s most well known and loved brands. Pamela Easton is known for her eye for design and her commitment to sustainable fashion. Now working under her own label, she also has a love for the process and the craft of designing and creating. She started out working in Brisbane as a fashion buyer, before moving to Melbourne to work for Sportsgirl and David Lawrence. After teaming up with Lydia Pearson, their business grew to be an international success story, having over 100 stores in 24 countries.