Antonia Hoddle

Antonia Hoddle

Seqvanae Studios

Artist Statement, Antonia Hoddle. Drawing on my childhood memories has always evoked immense happiness and a huge sense of wonderment of the World around me , which is beguiling. My semi - abstract drawings and paintings recall the excitement of exploration of the Australian Bush. Inspired by the Poetry of Luke Whitington whose spontaneous , free flowing verse of the NSW Southern Highlands has molten glimpses of our country which echoes in my mind , creating liquid words transforming into a mellifluous use of paint. These images are a suggestive interpretation of the Landscape both emotive and sensual capturing the narrative of spirit and topography which is also a palette of syllables. View the gallery >>
" Salvation Creek "

Art Exhibitions 2021

Annual Members Exhibition, 26th March 2021, Brag, Wallace Street Braidwood

This painting is part of a series of drawings / water colours / oils inspired by the poems of  “ Three Times of Land “ by Luke Whitington, Mount Gillamatong Braidwood as seen from the King’s HWY various spellings as there is Jillamatong Property and Jellamatong Local Aboriginal Conservation —— all agree
the Mountain is Gillamatong.

Artist : Antonia Hoddle
Title : By day a harsh land by night a dark woman — LW
Med : Oil / canvas
Size : H 122 cms X W 91 X D 4

Artists BIO

Pittwater Online News
Profile of the Week - 11th January 2016
Artist Profile.

Antonia Hoddle, Lovett Bay
" Artist shines through decades of beautiful works with an  inherent connection to the environment."



Mixed Palette, Avalon Market Day 2019 - Art Exhibition
"Living in Lovett Bay on the Western Foreshores of Pittwater has given me an insight into the beauty and harshness of the Australian Bush. Australia's climate does not fit comfortably into the concept of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. I have embarked on a collaborative series of work that my late husband Mike Kitching and I started many years ago. " Nine Seasons - Check Mate " tells something of the subtlety of these seasons in the Aboriginal culture." read more >


A  Photography Competition and Exhibition 

12 - 21 July 2019  ~ Triptych by Antonia Hoddle

Artists In Residence 

Mike Kitching - Antonia Hoddle

Open for viewing by appointment


2011 Manly Arts Festival

2nd - 18th September 2011

17th Anniversary of the Community Arts Festival, Coordinated by the Manly Art Gallery & Museum