Bronwyn Hack is a painter, printmaker, ceramicist and 3D artist. She has an intense and fervent art practice that results in poignant work, which sometimes reveals a painful melodrama. Early work has centered on scenes of ardent attraction featuring fictionalised characters drawn from popular culture and her imagination. She has also maintained a keen interest in exploring animals, with a particular penchant for depicting dogs, both wild and domestic. Her more recent work has a darker edge to it; while still focusing on figurative subject matter, she has begun honing in on specific sections of the body and bones, reinterpreting these forms in objects and paintings that are thought provoking and intriguing. Bronwyn Hack has worked in the studio at Arts Project Australia since 2011. She's been included in numerous group exhibitions including: 'Wild Lands', Linden New Art, Melbourne; ‘Nests’, Northcity4, Melbourne; ‘My Puppet, My Secret Self’, The Substation, Newport; and each Annual Gala at Arts Project Australia since 2011.