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Michael Beamish was once a haematologist, now he's painting with syringes

Declan Durrant
Updated February 12 2024 - 8:41am, first published 5:00am
Former haemotologist turned painter Michael Beamish uses syringes and other medical equipment to paint. Picture by Paul Scambler
Former haemotologist turned painter Michael Beamish uses syringes and other medical equipment to paint. Picture by Paul Scambler

When Michael Beamish paints, he does so in two worlds: that of his professional past and his painting present.

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Declan Durrant

Declan Durrant

Journalist

Declan Durrant has a passion for poetry, visual arts, and theatre, and is The Examiner's arts critic and reporter. Got a story? Get in touch: declan.durrant@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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