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Tony has always been keen on building cubby houses. With a background in sculpture, prop making and design, it seemed natural that all these things would come together in a tiny house. Tony is a university lecturer by day and tiny house builder/sculptor by night.
I have been drawing all my life and received honours and awards during my school years. I sold my first painting, a watercolour at 16.
About four years ago I had my first formal lessons in soft pastels and haven’t looked back, winning an award at the Bannockburn Art Show in 2015.
I also love acrylics for a slightly abstract style.
Apprenticed in the UK to a high quality Letterpress and Lithographic Printer. Studied the craft full time for a year and then part time for another four. This covered all aspects of the trade: Letterpress, Lithographic, Flexographic. Gravure and Screen printing as well as type setting, plate making, book binding and paper making.
Working as an artist and designer Stacey Zass was born in Melbourne in 1961. She studied Drawing at the Victorian College of the Arts, followed by a course in Graphic Design.
She has pursued a career in design working for Penguin Books, Australia Post as a philatelic designer as well as several design agencies. Her freelance work includes exhibition and publication design.
Photography is always the beginning of my artwork, as I capture the colours and textures of the bush. From there, they may be enhanced as photographs, become digital art or even a fabric design.
I’m Jeanette Brown, living in rural Rokewood, Victoria. Self-taught – drawing from early childhood.
In June 2015, I had an opportunity to learn to work with Pastel – loved it, I have discovered new mediums, new papers/canvas and styles to explore.
Active craft group meeting weekly to work on a variety of hand made products from knitted socks, quilting, paper crafts etc. Many of the craft group artists will have samples of their work available for sale and to admire.
Susan Clarke and Susanne Graham met as members of the Ballarat Society of Artists Inc. Susan Clarke began her love of printmaking 10 years ago while studying B. Ed at ACU in 2004-7 and continued with night classes at Fed Uni and other workshops. Susanne Graham studied Textile Design at RMIT and over 15 years has developed her unusual black and white style of art.
I have been a photographer for the last 10 years. I started taking photo's of everything that caught my eye mainly, landscapes and objects. I quickly turned to portrait photography and found this is what I was meant to be doing. Today I photograph people of all ages in my home studio or out on location. My style is timeless to fine art.
In 1972, Tamara was born in Ballarat. The eldest child of two, to migrants Theo & Cath Kuiler.
Brought up and educated in Ballarat, Tamara always showed a creative side.
As a young child she constantly drew, and was inspired by anything and everything around her especially horses.