|Location||Port Augusta & Eyre Peninsula Australia|
Leith O'Malley is a South Australian contemporary visual artist/illustrator who works mainly in the medium of oil on large canvas and the digital mediums of PhotoShop and Painter using a Wacom digital tablet.
He welcomes any interest in using his work or collaborating in new and interesting projects.
Leith's paintings, drawings and digital images often exhibit a fondness for figurative expression and revel in blurring the line between fine art and illustration.
Leith has studied under renowned Australian artist and film maker George Gittoes, who has won the prestigious Blake and Wynne Prize for visual art and also holds the position of official Australian War Artist.
Leith has continued to exhibit in various group and solo exhibitions and created the promotional artwork for not only the Adelaide and Newcastle Jazz Festivals but also the first “Rio-Havana-New York” Jazz & Latin Festival held in Moscow in late 2004 along with the Saratoga Jazz Festival (New York) during 2007 which featured prominent musicians George Benson, India Arie, David Sanborn, Al Green, John Scofield and many more..
A published artist/illustrator, Leith is represented by the following galleries:
Dallas – The 4thWall Gallery (www.the4thwallgallery.net)
Sydney - Francis Keevill Gallery (www.franceskeevilart.com.au)
Melbourne - Smart Artz Galley (www.smartartzgallery.com.au)
Adelaide - Artistic License Gallery (www.artisticlicense.com.au)
Adelaide – Gallery 139 (www.gallery139.com.au)