LIST OF ALL RELEVANT ARTISTS
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.
Chazown Creative Fine Art
Hello, I'm Rachel Williamson. I live in Melbourne, Australia with my husband and two children. I was born here, but grew up in Canada and moved back on my own in my mid-twenties.
I started ChazownCreative in 2020 after carrying this dream in my heart for a long time. After a time of soul searching for new growth, I stepped out in fear and faith to share my acrylic and watercolour paintings.
Joanne Everard (formerly Pearcy), is a wildlife artist, working Mum and Yarra Ranges resident, creating artworks with a focus on Australia's threatened and endangered species. With a passion for the conservation of wildlife and the environment, she hopes her art will help grow the viewer's awareness of nature's diversity and intrinsic value. Capturing the subject's personality and unique features in the artwork helps to create a connection to the creatures we share our land and homes with.
Jimmi Buscombe is a full-time artist based in Warrnambool, on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. He specialises in high detailed wildlife art, portraiture, anamorphic public art, murals & street art, using a range of styles and techniques to create stunningly life-like representations of his subjects.
Karen is a self-taught coloured pencil artist from the Dandenong Ranges, east of Melbourne. She began drawing at an early age, encouraged by artistic parents. Lots of time spent in the outdoors as a child fostered a lifelong love of animals and wildlife. She dabbled in a little wildlife art in her early twenties, then put away her pencils to concentrate on family life and children, and after a 15 year break began drawing again in 2018 to work on some pet portraits for friends and family.
CJ is a queer trans non-binary artist whose artworks focus on organic shapes and textures. They seek to de-gender embroidery, whilst honouring its perception as feminine work. He uses mostly second-hand materials to depict nature and abstracted depictions of the body. Their work has been exhibited at Brunswick Street Gallery, the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, forty-five downstairs gallery, as well as published in journals such as Baby Teeth and Antithesis. They aim to challenge our perceptions of bodies, in a cis-heteronormative patriarchal world.
CJ graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Gender Studies and French at the University of Melbourne.
He lives and creates on Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country.
Wendy Tse is an artist who lives and works in Melbourne. She was born in Hong Kong and migrated to Australia in 1987 with her husband and two children.
Since 2013, Wendy has participated in drawing and sketching classes at the U3A Chinese Community Centre in Box Hill and the Pine Manningham Centre in Melbourne. Every year she has been exhibited her works at these centres.
Michelle Sturrock Art
As an artist, my work is a reflection of my personal experiences and emotions. I believe that art has the power to connect people and evoke emotions, and I strive to create pieces that resonate with my audience on a deep level.
My mediums of choice are graphite, charcoal, pastel, watercolour and acrylic paint. I focus on the contrast between light and dark. I am constantly inspired by nature and the world around me, and I often incorporate elements of nature into my work.
Nafiseh SH. M
I am a painter and graphic designer based in Melbourne and have spent 15 years of my career in both painting and graphic design fields. I have got MA & BA in the field of painting. I enjoy creating subjective images making a feeling of fantasy with some flavours of surrealism.