Artist Bios

8
Apr

Anni Washington

Anni Washington Anni has been painting in the watercolour medium for over 30 years.   ~My Watercolour Gallery~ Report This Post

6
Mar

Gail Wilson

Gail Wilson A few years I took up the opportunity to attend oil painting classes tutored by Emma Weis, during these lessons we experimented with different mediums, but I was always drawn back to oils. Being inspired by Magaret Olley, has led me on an interesting and enjoyable still life journey. Currently I am attempting to improve my plein air

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6
Mar

Mary-Ann Svenson

Mary-Ann Svenson Knit,Knot,Weave & Felt: I have been spinning and weaving for many years, after completing a 3yr. TAFE certificate in the late ‘90s. I love creating fabric, from finding the fibres, spinning them into yarn and then weaving them on my 32” Ashford rigid heddle loom. The whole process is a pleasure. Beautiful, warm, soft, hand crafted garments. Made

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24
Nov

Liz Powell

Liz Powell I usually work with paper, my own plant fibre product as well as commercially made, but I will stitch, print, draw, paint, dye, glue, rivet or construct in many materials to communicate the idea I am working on. This can also include found objects, metal, fabric and fibre. All this adds up to a wide experience in mixed

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24
Oct

Jayne Barrett

Jayne Barrett “Necessity is the mother of invention” and “Waste not, want not” are sayings that best sum why I am an artist. Living in the country on a farm, I’m greatly influenced by the natural environment and also the manmade one. Things that surround me, be it old hardwood fence posts, rusty wire or fallen gum leaves will be

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11
Aug

Gay Landeta

Gay Landeta   I am fascinated by the movement and depth of light in the Australian environment. Raised in Canada, the clarity of light here in Australia still impacts me daily. The work I produce is a process of connecting to, understanding and refining my own experiences while visually making sense of my inner world. I have always loved and

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25
Jul

Nola Sindel

Nola Sindel Although always interested in botany and animals and in painting, it is only after retiring in 2002 from a career in education that I incorporated these into wildlife and botanical art.  It has been through gardening, bush walking and observing native wildlife that I developed this interest and now endeavour to capture the living world in my art.

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25
Jul

Margaret Oban Dowe

Margaret Oban Dowe I find change exciting and most of my art work is inspired by changing environmental factors and the elements which create or cause those changes – the seasons – the wind and rain – the heat and cold – the interdependence and interconnectedness of all living things and their effect on each other. Most of my life

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25
Jul

Pam Docherty

Pam Docherty I have always wanted to Paint, using water colour, and did attend various classes while I was working. However, time was short so I prepared to follow my desire after I retired. We retired to Tenterfield and I now am able to enjoy my art and my silver Jewellery making. I studied making Jewellery prior to retirement and

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25
Jul

Raylee Delaney

Raylee Delaney The natural world, filled as it is with creeks, rocks, plants…. And especially flowers, has always spoken to my imagination. And, for me, the most satisfying way to honour that association is to capture the quiet splendour and bring it, as much as possible, from a personal interior into the material world of paint and paper. Watercolour, pastel

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