Bianca Harrington is a multi disciplinary artist from Melbourne Australia.

Bianca’s paintings often portray simplified still life, botanicals and folk/primitive themed compositions. Often featuring a characteristic sense of space with a highly textural hand, her paintings possess both calm and playful qualities.


Recurring flattened motifs are direct references to her former work, designing and making block printed textiles; her textile work and paintings are always conversing with one another and feed her perpetual creative flow.


Bianca began painting having developed an appreciation for botanical and naturalist illustrations and began taking lessons in botanical illustration. This formed the foundations for her work as an artist and she soon found a never ending appetite to express herself through the medium of paint.


In what she describes as a “previous life” Bianca had formally trained as a Milliner at Kensington and Chelsea college in London finishing with high distinction, then going on to work for world renowned Milliner Stephen Jones. It was through this experience that she began developing an eye for combining and balancing texture, form and colour.


Her current and former creative disciplines contribute to the narrative of her work, producing her own distinctive and ever-experimental articulation of contemporary art and design.

-Winner- of the linden new art Still life award 2019

-Finalist- of the gallerist emerging artist prize 2022
-Finalist- Bluethumb art prize 2023

Group show- Feast at Brunswick street gallery 2022
Group show- Grammar art show 2023

Featured artist - home beautiful magazine issue Feb 2023