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Over the last eight or so years I have been enjoying my card making for family and friends. The craft is enjoyable, soothing, satisfying and a wonderful way to socialise and meet new people. It is a craft that can be done at home as well as being easily transportable to other crafting venues around Victoria and even aboard a crafting cruise!
I am a self-taught emerging artist based in Clarendon. My work is in several private collections around Australia, and I had my first solo show in Ballarat's Unicorn Lane in 2017. I create to reveal everyday beauty, to tell stories about women and their bodies, and to celebrate flights of the ordinary.
Nathan Krivan is a sculptor who works in limestone, sandstone, clay, bronze and concrete.
He is currently completing his VCE studies at Covenant College, where he attained a perfect study score of 50 in Studio Arts.
I have had a camera in my hands for as long as I can remember. However, it was safaris in 2013 & 2014 to South Africa and Botswana, respectively, which inspired me to focus on wildlife and landscape photography.
My whole life I have been interested in different craft techniques. I feel very fortunate that I came to Australia and learnt about the Indigenous culture and was able to learn how to weave.
I am a self-taught artist, working predominately in acrylics.
I have always been interested in drawing and painting, and took up folk art many years ago and from that started painting birds, mainly the magpies and parrots I have befriended.
Words are a source of power and energy. I have been working over the past ten years with fineline pens to create colourful positive word mandalas. Creating these mandalas is a process of self expression and a form of meditation when words are written on a held breath.