The Art of Terrence Martin – Digital Art meets Living Vistas

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Terrence Martin is a celebrated Digital Artist, who this year has been invited to exhibit his works both in New York and Miami. Enjoy this slideshow some of his more recent works or go to for a full tour. See something you like? Check out the online shop here . A range of prints in both A3 and A4 sizes are available and can be delivered anywhere worldwide. Enjoy.


Terrence Martin – A Digital Artist – Nine White Rooms


Art – traditionally it’s been paintings – oil and water colours. Sculptures – from marble to copper to ferrous metals. Museums are filled with the works of past masters. Major Art Galleries hold the paintings of Van Gogh, DaVinci an Constable. Australian Art is represented from the famous works of the Heidelberg School – Strethen, McCubbin and Roberts – through to the more contemporary offerings of Brett Whitley.


Terrence Martin is an innovator, a trailblazer. Starting with traditional art he transfers his original drawings, paintings adn images via iPad to a digital platform where he further utilises software, technology and electronic imagery to present an extraordinary art.

Pixelated images – even to the point of holographic experiences is where our consciousness is travelling. Light and its projection is the new medium.

Take a journey – visit Terrence’s website – enter the Nine White Rooms and experience the fine sensuality of his works. See something you like? Visit the online store here Purchase prints in A4 or A3 of full sized art pieces on request. Just take the time, sit back and enjoy. You have nine white rooms to visit.

Self portrait

As part of therapy I have begun a series of self portraits at different stages of life with the aim to create some form of life story document.
Here are some of the pieces in there present form

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1946 as a three year old singer

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1947 as a 4 year old playing

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1954 as a 11 year old fighting for survival

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1960 as a 17 year old college student


Self esteem not a static thing, it ebbs and flows ,high and low ,adjusting the centre over the support , a life time activity as sure as breathing . A little higher little lower ,little weaker , little stronger .Like a butterfly in flight constantly adjusting, all the while blissfully beautiful.

Gallery sales

Fine art prints on quality paper,and stretched canvas can be purchased from the following outlets

Ninewhiterooms shopify on Facebook

Ninewhiterooms website shop page

Ryazanoff Gallery 117 Bridport St Albert park Melbourne

Gold coast beachside markets

Redcliffe jettyside market

Sunday 19 Aug 2018

Took the gallery to quandomooka country yesterday
Setout around 4.30am heading up the M1 4 lanes to myself most of the time singing, lyrics about early birds , and reaching the jetty market around 6am. The sun was peaking over Stradbroke island the stall holders all busy getting set for the day .

Early bird singing in the predawn
Flying though the cold air
No radio no tv no guitar just me
My product in the back
See what I bring back

By late morning thought the gallery marquee was more like a sailing ship,wasn’t sure I was sailing with the wind or against it, but it was blowing in gusts from wherever it wanted, by 1pm I was holding the roof down .

Resonated with some interesting people, made some sales , packed it down before any damage , headed home ,along the promenade watching the wind surfers taking off , airborne , revelling in the high winds.

Crossing the gateway thought the van might go airborne a couple of times . M1 on the run home busy as usual with Sunday afternoon traffic heading south.

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Jellyfish drifting somewhere between Redcliffe and stadebroke island


Waratah 1 2018

This portrait has been a pleasure ,for two weeks I have practiced the discipline needed ,and followed it to completion. Didn’t know how it was going to look but love the result.

It was originally suggested by someone who expressed interest in another picture I had on display at my market gallery a month ago,

I was introduced to her daughter whose name was waratah.

In response to this conversation I started two pieces, not as commissions but out of interest to see if the conversation could evolve into something deeper.

Began further work on ” The jellyfish ” and simultaneously started researching a native of the Nepean area near Sydney known as the ” white waratah”.

I made the decision this would be the sitter for a portrait of the same name.

Like the meandering nature of these two works, I had no idea of how they would turn out, but turned up to them each day till I feel that they were finished.

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The jellyfish seems to resonate with the Quondamooka people.I’m delighted to think that it does.