I heard wearing white undies will make you a great painter (self portrait) 2019   Oil on polyester  180 x 190 cm  Unframed  $8,250  Location: Cheltenham

I heard wearing white undies will make you a great painter (self portrait) 2019

Oil on polyester

180 x 190 cm

Unframed

$8,250

Location: Cheltenham

I was 25 when I found out the moon effects the tide 2018   Oil, acrylic, enamel and ink on canvas  167 x 213 cm  Unframed  $8,000 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

I was 25 when I found out the moon effects the tide 2018

Oil, acrylic, enamel and ink on canvas

167 x 213 cm

Unframed

$8,000 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

The trick is to undercook the onions 2019   Oil on canvas  320 x 190 cm  Unframed  Diptych   $14,500 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

The trick is to undercook the onions 2019

Oil on canvas

320 x 190 cm

Unframed

Diptych $14,500 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

The trick is to undercook the onions 2019   Oil on canvas  320 x 190 cm  Unframed  Diptych   $14,500 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

The trick is to undercook the onions 2019

Oil on canvas

320 x 190 cm

Unframed

Diptych $14,500 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

Whenever I'm about to do something, I think, "Would an idiot do that?" And if they would, I do not do that thing (Feeling guilty not painting while watching The Office) 2019   Oil on canvas  180 x 221 cm  Unframed  $9,500 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

Whenever I'm about to do something, I think, "Would an idiot do that?" And if they would, I do not do that thing (Feeling guilty not painting while watching The Office) 2019

Oil on canvas

180 x 221 cm

Unframed

$9,500 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

Self Portrait (I've never seen The Sound of Music) 2018   Oil on canvas  170 x 240 cm  Unframed  SOLD

Self Portrait (I've never seen The Sound of Music) 2018

Oil on canvas

170 x 240 cm

Unframed

SOLD

About Adrien Charles Smith

Emerging Australian artist, Adrian Smith (b. 1987) works across a variety of media but is best known for using oil on canvas. Often working on a large scale, his work operates in the gap between figuration and abstraction. He often paints the everyday aiming to encapsulate the mundane, and often repetitive occurrences of the unfiltered human experience. Smith contrasts these mundane subjects with bright colours and unusual and complex compositions. He is currently completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Queensland College of Art and in 2018, he was a finalist in the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship. Furthermore, in 2017 he was a finalist in the Clayton Utz Art Award.