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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.
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 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.
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.
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.