I have my own unique style which I use in my representations of the Australian bush. I have been selling my work locally and internationally for about 50 years. Some say my work is reminiscent of Fred Williams work, which is not intentional, although I love Williams' work. My favourite medium is oil on stretched canvas or linen, although I do some work with ink, acrylic on paper. I am proud to say my work is easily recognisable, and I have a small group of regular followers! I live near the country city of Armidale in NSW and have spent most of my life living in or near the Australian bush. I have traveled extensively around Australia.

My paintings are colourful and alive!! I love the Australian landscape and that is reflected in my work.
Meg Vivers.


PhD, University of New England Armidale, where I studied Colonial History. Art studies privately.


A number of exhibitions locally.


Some say my work is influenced by Fred Williams. However, my style was established before I knew Williams' work. I saw a retrospective of his in Canberra some years ago and was amazed at how my work has developed in a parallel fashion to his. However, I believe I have now branched out into my own unique and unusual style.

92cm (W) x 92cm (H)
Acrylic on stretched canvas.
102cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Acrylic on stretched canvas, with a final touch of pastel and charcoal.
100cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Oil on canvas
76cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Oil on canvas
92cm (W) x 61cm (H)
Oil on canvas.
100cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Oil on canvas.