Mick Ashley

 

A self taught, born and bred Canberran artist, Mick Ashley’s work is described as quirky, vibrant and unique. Mick’s subject matter is broad, however he is particularly well known for his ability to showcase both the well known and everyday Canberra.

Mick Ashley’s own unique style of art called ‘Digital Lino’ mixes old with new. Mick applies a lithographic approach using a hand held digital pen, producing art that resembles a lino cut print. This is the most unique medium among his other disciplines including watercolours, gouache, pen, pencil and acrylic paints.

Most works are provided as limited reproduction prints. In addition, his artwork features on a number of products, including books, t-towels, calendars, tote bags, cards and fridge magnets. Commissions are also available.

Mick continues to develop his style which is widely celebrated in the Canberra region, interstate and internationally.

Products Available At:

  • The National Arboretum;
  • The national Museum of Australia;
  • Pop Canberra – Braddon;
  • The Canberra Visitors Centre, Canberra Tourism;
  • Book Lore, Lyneham;
  • Discount Framing, Belconnen;
  • The Marketplace Wanniassa;
  • Capital Socks, Fyshwick;

 

Stalls Experience:

  • The Little Burley Markets – The Axis, Barton;
  • Haig Park Markets – Braddon;
  • The Old Bus Depot Markets, Kingston;
  • The Canberra Handmade Markets;
  • Belconnen Art Centre [Xmas and mid winter markets];
  • The National Folk Festival 2014;
  • Floriade 2014, 2017, 2021, 2022, 2023;
  • The Sydney Rocks Markets;
  • VIVID – Sydney 2015;
  • Undercurrent – The National Portrait Gallery;
  • The Suitcase Rummage, New Acton;
  • The Brindabella Markets, Canberra Airport;
  • RAW Artists ACT finalist 2013;
  • This is ART Market, Yarralumla Woolshed;
  • The Sunset Markets, Queanbeyan;
  • Tuggeranong Hyperdome [pop up shop];
  • Pop-up shop in Manuka 2016-17;
  • The Hartley Hall Markets.