LIST OF ALL RELEVANT ARTISTS
Yvonne's paintings are a revisit to times of old in her life and a change of pace from textiles and sculpture. The luscious subject matter, colour and size of the canvasses in this current series of work are such a welcome change from the monochromatic tiny sculptures she has been immersed in. Flying blind, painting images that excite
Margaret Christianson is a Melbourne-based painter and metal Sculptor. She uses a hand-held plasma-cutter to create her metalwork, which can be large wall panels, gates or decorative garden-stakes...
An emerging Melbourne creative and digital illustrator, who is currently completing his studies at RMIT; specialising in drawing using various mediums and styles...
Born in Hungary, educated in Australia. Teaching for Sixty Years Art and design. Exhibiting for sixty-five years. One man show 61, and exhibiting with The Contemporary Art Society, the Association of Victorian Scultprs, Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors
Beaumaris Art Group, and many more at the last 65 years. Since my advanced age
I still draw and make small ceramic sculptures.
I am an artist working primarily in the medium of contemporary mosaic art- a happy union of painting, sculpture and the influence of an ancient art form. These artworks are often suited for outdoor display...
JB Knibbs is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Melbourne. Knibbs’s practice spans photography, sculpture, installation, scale miniatures, and textile works, and her background in lighting design for ...
Melbourne based, born and raised creative, Rhys Cousins, works transdisciplinary across design, art and landscape architecture. He works in installation, sculpture and digital, with a particular interest in exploring texture, surface and materiality in urban cities. He intends for his work to be felt and touched more than seen.
I normally spend a large part of each year travelling to different cultures around the world. The women I see on my travels inspire and influence my work, or as I call them “my girls”.
"Kate Girls" are all handmade and they tell me their personalities as I sculpt their face and hair. Once dry they are bisque fired to 1000°. They are then glazed and raku fired, sometimes multiple times.