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After growing up in Melbourne, and graduating with a degree in Fine Arts (Honours) from Melbourne University, Sarah Hope has since spent most of her adult life married to a farmer in country Victoria. A former features journalist with the Geelong Advertiser, and small gallery owner she's also mother to six ranging in age from 23 down to 12.
Michael Morgan is driven by curiosity, experimentation and, essentially, the ideas derived from quantum mechanics, fractals, and exploration into the issues of evolution and change.
Ade is a well known aritst and art teacher with a vast knowledge of a range of mediums including ceramics, glass, drawing, painting, jewellery and scuplture. Along with her husband Bronte, she owns and manages Art Rocks Gallery, which also incorporates a B&B and studio. Ade is passionate about passing on her knowledge to others and frequently runs art workshops and retreats.
Miri Maher was Prague born, Czechoslovakia, and is currently cast as a self-taught artist in the Trawool Valley, Victoria.
2015 sees her debut with a poetry exhibition as part of the Golden Plains Arts Trail.
Lynda’s photography is inspired by nature’s colours and texture - nature of people and of capturing the mood. Lynda’s paintings are intuitive, emotional expressions of colour, texture and the rich colours of Nature.
Her influences come from the world that she lives in and the fantasy worlds that she is currently writing about, making her artworks truly one of a kind.
She is currently focusing on printmaking and ceramics, whilst also writing a fantasy novel trilogy.
She enjoys the challenge of learning new skills and is not afraid to try new things.
Kathryn Spring is a Melbourne based jewellery artist, with a passion for shaping polymer clay into pieces of wearable art.
In the Summer of 2012 she created 'The Indignant Bunny' fashioning polymer clay into simple pieces of jewellery. Over the past year her ethos has shifted from making simple accessories, to creating intricate pieces of wearable art, both large and small.