Neryl Walker is an Australian artist celebrating big feminine energy. Her practice explores the female form and notions of gender from a woman’s perspective.
Inspired by a longstanding love of mid 20th century pop culture, her studio and 1950's home is filled with countless sources of vintage and nostalgic inspiration.
While she is best known for her strong, playful girls, Neryl’s background in Graphic Design and Illustration has seen her collaborating on branding, packaging, surface design and publishing projects. Her work has featured on 100 different shades of lip gloss for Bare Escentuals Cosmetics, on limited edition bottles of Four Pillars Gin, and in Playboy Magazine, where she is the artist behind the updated iconic 1950’s Playboy character, Femlin.
She lives in Melbourne and regularly exhibits her paintings and prints internationally.