LISTING OF ALL ARTISTS
Ah, yeah, g’day, thanks for looking me up. I’ve been wielding a “proper” camera since retirement in early 2022 and an iPhone since early 2020 when I began haunting Sherbrooke forest during lockdowns. For someone with no art or photography training and I suspect I really didn’t know how to see it was quite surprise when people began asking for prints of my macro shots of the little things - mushrooms, insects, spider webs and so on.
Penelope is a Melbourne-based artist with an abiding interest in nature, particularly plant life, and a love for patterning and Japanese design. She often combines traditional art techniques with digital technologies to create works with high aesthetic appeal and subtle layers of meaning.
Hardidge is a Melbourne based contemporary painter and Art Therapist, his work invites an intimacy, honesty and mystery into humanity and the natural world.
Using the imagery of Australian natural landscapes and the human figure, Hardidge connects the wisdom and learning from natural ..
Born 1984, Saigon.
In 2010, I graduated from the National Art School in Sydney, an experience that shaped my artistic journey.
Since 2012, I have found my creativeness in the vibrant city of Melbourne, where I continue to work on artworks that strike a balance between realism and surrealism. Step into my world of imagination and be enchanted by the dynamics of colour coordination that bring to life through playful approach to watercolour.
Born in the Philippines in 1982 and arrived in Australia in 1997. Jonabelle is an emerging and multidisciplinary artist working with photography, printmaking, drawing and painting, dressmaking, and silversmithing. Jonabelle draws inspiration from her surroundings, whether from nature or urban, and finds and highlights the beauty in the mundane.
I have been fascinated with natural materials for all my adult life. Originally working with stone and clay, I discovered timber as a medium in my mid-twenties and have never looked back.
Much of my work draws from the shapes of the natural world. In my practice, I find inspiration from the contrasts between surface and structure, organic and inorganic and perception and reality.
My name is Giuseppina Graziano and I was born in Italy in 1983. I have been living in Melbourne since 2010. I am a self-taught abstract artist.
My paintings are a visual representation of my unconscious mind, creativity, personal associations with colors, and my desire to create some beauty that other people can enjoy.