Tania Chanter is an Australian studio artist whose work is represented in collections throughout Australia and internationally.
Tania’s artistic career began by accident at age 48, sparked by her son bingeing on Bob Ross videos on Netflix. After watching a few hours of painting tutorials, he suggested they get a canvas and some paints and have a go. The rest, as they say, is history. While painting began as a creative experiment with her children, Tania never anticipated falling so completely in love with the expression and freedom it provided.
Her work reflects the deep inner peace she feels when outdoors, from the smell of the rich red earth in autumn and the tang of spring, to the crisp apple coldness of winter and the ochre glow of a lingering summer sunset. ~ Tania Chanter
Portsea Drift 91 x 110 cm.
Inspired by beach walks along the Australian coast. Tania’s work draws from the power of storms, sunlight and the ocean.
Tania’s hope is that this painting brings a sense of calm to the room where it lives, and that is makes the people who enter the room feel as though a part of nature is right there with them.
Blue Wren Memories 101 x 101 cm.
East Of The Valley 61 x 61 cm.
Inspired by the serenity of the Gippsland Coast. Victoria’s East Gippsland region is rich with picturesque locations.
Merewether Chip 184 x 102 cm.
Where there’s always a cheeky seagull ready to taste test your chips free of charge.
Moondance Gulf 120 x 180 cm.