Tim Storrier (b.1949, Sydney) is an award-winning artist based in Bowral, New South Wales. Storrier’s career spans fifty years, beginning at the age of nineteen when he was awarded the 1968 Sulman Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. It precipitated the career of the young artist into the mystery of the art world and a life devoted to painting. Storrier is now one of Australia most accomplished living artists. His recognisable depictions of the Australian landscape, complete with their recurring motifs of burning logs and floating fragments of scorched paper amongst others, are constructed with a deep understanding of the subjects and executed with the utmost technical dexterity.