Paul Williams and Christopher Dolman met while studying Fine Arts at Southern City Art School and immediately formed a creative alliance that has seen them travel to various destinations in order to experience and document new landscapes. Each has participated individually in the Hill End Artists in Residence Program, and they return together in order to consolidate their ideas and make new works for a forthcoming two man show exploring the relationship between the man-made environment and the natural landscape of Hill End.
Paul Williams has participated in outback painting tours, been awarded The Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society Scholarship (2005), and the Gruner Prize by the Art Gallery of New South Wales (1998). He has participated in numerous group shows since 1997 and exhibited his Hill End works in a solo show at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2001.
Christopher Dolman has travelled extensively through Asia and has held a number of group and solo exhibitions in Australia, including an exhibition of works based on his 2001 Hill End residency at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2003.