All of the photos on this site can be downloaded for personal use. The photographers are listed. If you are using them on other websites don’t forget to give credit to the photographer. If you would like a high quality print of any of the photos you can purchase it for a small fee by contacting the photographer. A contact form can be found on each gallery page. Our preferred photographer is Craig Peihopa from Timeline Photography. Charges by Craig are as follows (note for PAA members only)
- 6×4 (standard size picture) $5
- 6×8 (1/2 A4 size) $10
- 8×12 (A4 size picture) $20
- + $3 postage
Photographic Service for Our Members
As an additional service to our members Craig Peihopa can offer special rates for photographing your artworks for reproduction in advertisements, flyers or for personal archival purposes at a discounted rate. Pricing for a one hour photo shoot is $190 (Subject to appointment and Sydney Metro area). Pricing for outside metro is base price plus fuel charges. The price includes a disc with all the images in high res, email size and also reprint size. All images you receive are royalty free. Payment can be done by credit card or cheque with a turnaround of between 7-10 days. To make an appointment call Craig on 0418 29 77 15.
Photographic Catalogue from Exhibition Openings
Portrait Artists Australia and the Director of Cultural Affairs, Embassy of Australia, Washington D.C. present a selected exhibition of 23 superb Australian portraits by some of Australia’s finest artists. The paintings were selected by the Cultural Attaché, and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Australia. Principal Sponsor – John Sample.
Portrait Artists Australia presents an extraordinary exhibition of portraits celebrating people who engage in research - inventors, explorers, creative thinkers – harbingers of change, social reform, cultural shifts. Exhibition date s: 2 November – 13 December 2012 Venue: Federal Parliament House Canberra OPENING NIGHT: 6-8pm Friday 2 November 2012 Guest Speaker: Dr Christopher Chapman Senior Curator, National Portrait Gallery
Portrait Artists Australia presents an extraordinary exhibition of nude portraits celebrating a classic theme in a contemporary setting; a source of inspiration and an enduring symbol of creativity The exhibition was opened by esteemed art collector and patron of the arts John Schaeffer. Venue: The Arthouse Hotel - 275 Pitt Street, Sydney. Photos by Craig Peihopa of Timeline Photography.
Portrait Artists Australia presents an IN YOUR FACE exhibition of CLOSE-UPS! 60 penetrating paintings on 40×40 cm canvas examining the full spectrum of moods – intimate, intense, guarded, melancholic, whimsical, witty. The exhibition was opened by artist and patron Paul Delprat. Photos by Craig Peihopa of Time line Photography.
Portrait Artists Australia presents an exhibition of portraits featuring people and their favourite other species... The exhibition was opened by celebrity entertainer Maria Venuti, at the Arthouse Hotel in Pitt St. Sydney. To be downloaded for personal use only, to order prints, please contact Ross Willis Photography
\"Unsung Heroes\", 1-30 September 2009, Federal Parliament House Canberra. Portrait Artists Australia presents an exhibition celebrating people who (without much fuss) make a significant contribution to the world because of the work they do and the qualities they embody - creativity, strength of purpose, joie de vivre. To be downloaded for personal use only, to order prints, please contact Timeline Photography
\"Parliament Objects!\" 1-30 April 2009, Fountain Court, NSW Parliament House, Macquarie St. Sydney. An exhibition featuring Honorable Members of Parliament (with an object of personal significance). To be downloaded for personal use only, to order prints, please contact Timeline Photography
30 Selected works by members of PAA traveled to The Australian Embassy, Washington D.C. The exhibition was opened by Mark Pachter, The Director of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington. These images may be downloaded for personal use only; to order prints, please contact Randy Sager Photography.