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The medium I like to explore is silkscreen. I enjoy the tactile texture of silkscreen and unpredictable marks which are created during the printmaking process. The textured and often layered silkscreened monoprints on fabriano or canvas printed in various colours are created in a manner that allows for transparency and layering.
After a successful career in corporate leadership, from his workshop entitled “Stu. Dio. K” in Inverleigh Stuarte is pursuing an interest in producing a range artistic forms from rejected materials.
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.
Kath McLean has been a member of the Yarrowee School of Painters for many years and is now in her 90th year . This mini retrospective will show a selection of her work over the last 20 years.
The Yarrowee School of Painters are all students of Rosalind Lawson and are a band of seriously committed artists who are constantly exploring new technical and conceptual approaches to art making .
Josh's creative drive began early in life and has persisted ever since. His work goes in many directions but has at its foundation a love of drawing, nature and sensitive observation. When not contemplating the native bird life or local history, he is primarily engaged in dreaming, imagining building or creating something.
Francis McMahon was born in 1956 Warnambool, Victoria , where at the age
of 8 won a junior art prize at the 1963 Warnambool Show.
In 1965 his family moved to Geelong, where he was educated at St Joseph’s College.
After his school years, he began painting in earnest, opening his first studio in Little Malop St Geelong in 1974.
My personal journey in clay began over 15 years ago . Started with the "Ceramic " fad . Decided I wanted to learn how to make my own pots instead of using the slipcast ware we were given .