Nathaniel Kiwi is an Australian artist whose work explores the collision of the natural and man-made worlds; our place within them; our impact upon them. 

Kiwi credits the formation of his visual aesthetic to his professional background in theatre, film and TV and the influence of the advertising, cartoons and high-concept films of his childhood.   It’s with the same freedom of imagination, humour and playful energy that Kiwi invents the world of his paintings.  

Kiwi has been a finalist in the Blake Prize, The Eutick Memorial Art Prize, The Black Swan Portrait Prize and The Mortimore Prize.  His work is held in the Artbank Collection, other corporate and private collections throughout Australia