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Daniel graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor Degree in Fine Art and Visual Culture.
He enjoys to work on sea themes based on his local environment and knowledge of the sea.
Daniel has licensed a work entitled “the fisherman”, with Curtin University.
Artessence Gallery at 47 Toallo Street Pambula is a local gallery featuring work by more than 30 local artists. Work includes paintings, drawings, lino-cuts, prints, photographs, ceramics, glass, textiles and jewellery. The gallery is open Monday – Friday 10am – 4.30pm and Saturdays from 10am – 12.30pm.
Attached to the gallery is Artessence Photography and Printing where artists and the public can get their art and photographs printed to archival quality standards on a range of papers or canvas.…
I am a corporate event photographer with 5 years experience covering large conferences for in leading venues across Australia. When I’m not covering events I’m chasing sunrises and sunsets and capturing the amazing landscapes of the South Coast.
ALISON BOGG trained at The National Institute of Dramatic Arts NIDA and East Sydney Technical College Dress Design Studio and is based in South Eastern Australia.
Her work encompasses theatrical set and costume design, specialist and large scale costume construction and technology, textile arts, puppetry and arts education, including commissions for the Sydney Olympics 2000 Opening Ceremony, Opera Australia, David Atkins Enterprises, the international musical We Will Rock You and Spinwear for The Centenary of Canberra.
Heather Burness is a visual artist with a print based practice. Her work includes in-studio processes and installations of print surfaces in-field that are photo-documented in an ongoing web series title Plate in Situ. She is a master printer for selected artists working under the name Grey Lady Press.
Her work is focussed on ideas of flow and is informed by the social and cultural context of human relationships with water in Australia.…
Indi Carmichael is a visual artist residing in Eurobodalla. She holds a degree in fine art from CURTIN University and an Advanced Diploma in Theatre Directing from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Indi works across a variety of mediums and has a particular love of pencil drawing and portraiture.
CABBI is a ‘not for profit group’ formed over 32 years ago by a small group of local artists so they could come together to meet and exhibit their work. We are very proud that now, in 2018, that group has grown to over 120 members who produce a high standard of work in painting, craft and sculpture.…
TRACEY CREIGHTON – The Artist
From an early age I knew I wanted to be an artist. I was blessed to have grown up within a family who loved to paint, draw and design. My grandmother was a wonderful water-colourist and oil painter, following in the style of the Australian Impressionists, my father was a builder who designed and drew intricate house plans, and my mother created and produced colourful fashion garments.…
Bob Georgeson has remained committed to the dada protest and surrealist path since meeting the Czech born Australian surrealist Dusan Marek in Adelaide in 1970. Originally slicing through the eyeball of the intersection of reality and desire with a scalpel in a series of photomontages based on the symbiotic relationship between eroticism and religion, he has more recently turned to the subject of societal collapse and disintegration.…
Lee Grant is an Australian photographer who lives and works in Australia and Asia. She is best known for her exploration of migrant identity against the backdrop of Australian suburbia. Her often formal, colour-portraiture examines identity integration and inhabited landscapes. In doing so, Lee frequently divulges the changing cultural face of Australia. She uses photography as a means of transcending language barriers, revealing aspects of identity, displacement and belonging otherwise in danger of going unnoticed.…
Lisa Hogben says….
“I think the camera is a very simple tool. People seem to have the impression that great photographs are just the result of pressing a button at the right time, perhaps even at a random time. But I think the art of photography is the empathy that you have with your subject and the personal vision that you take with you when you point a camera in a particular direction. The immediacy of the medium is what separates it from all others… it’s a very powerful connection that you can make when you communicate and react with your subject in the here and now. The fact that you can document that process while it is happening is the unique thing. To me it’s all about being there, the photo is just the by-product of the encounter.”
Lisa Hogben is an award winning photojournalist whose work has been published by the most seminal titles of our age and exhibited in the grand museums of the globe.
A place for local artists from Jindabyne, Berridale and Dalgety to come together & coordinate an effort for a multi-purpose community arts facility.
Website & social media management and design. Also available for photography and location scouting. Very familiar with SE region, urban, rural and remote. Useful runner and driver.
In My Element Glass Design
Handcrafted Fused Glass
Originally from the Far South Coast (Bega), in 2016 I relocated from Canberra to live in Batemans Bay, where I re-established my home studio. I enjoy designing and creating unique display pieces, homeware, jewellery and accessories.
I’m inspired by the patterns, designs and colours in the landscapes that surround me.…
I have been a practicing professional craft person for more than 30 years, originally studying a Diploma Visual Art at the Canberra School of Art in 1982.
A wood fire specialist with professional studio facilities including 2 large wood kilns, an anagama and trolley kiln that I have built and fired over 40 times for firings of 70-120 hours duration up to temperatures of 1320`C.…
In 2016, I made a decision that changed my life. I needed to be surrounded by my tribe. Those of us who find great strength in being in the mountains, facing life everyday with gusto and determination, happiness and purpose. My media page (For the Love of Jindabyne) has expanded to over 6000 followers, and has gained me other work in social media, and that makes me happy. My decision to live and breath mountain air has changed my life.