By Lou Klepac
The Beagle Press
Tim Storrier has a deep affection for the landscape. Enticed by the stillness it exudes and taking inspiration from the infinite open spaces and arid plains with their distant horizons where ‘almost anything can happen’ – Storrier paints.
Author Lou Klepac takes the reader on a captivating journey across varying aspects of the artist’s life and career spanning five decades. Klepac recounts the surrealist’s early years, art school days, his connection with mentors Brett Whiteley (1962-1992) and John Olsen, and documents Storrier’s exhibitions and awards including the Sulman Prize, The Archibald and the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, while running detailed commentary on many of the works presented throughout the book including the artist’s figurative representations.