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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.
I started painting three months ago with acrylics. I loved it straight away and have been painting mostly portraits and have moved into still life.
I have moved into using oils as well.
Michel works on 2D mosaic murals, potplants, birdbaths and also takes orders for private commissioned mosaic artworks. His work reflects his cultural French background and his technique displays his precise tile cutting skills. Michel will be demonstrating his mosaic techniques on the art trail weekend.
Since early childhood I have had a keen interest in drawing and painting, and I am always building upon a knowledge of all aspects of representational art.
I recently completed my final year of study for a Bachelor of Arts double degree with Curtin University, majoring in Fine Art and Visual Culture.
Sculpture artist utilising recycled material to create large outside pieces for the garden.
I create artistic garden and indoor sculptures on a beautiful 7 acre property in Scarsdale. My sculptures are metal rusted steel and most are created with recycled material.
Angela completed her Bachelor of Visual Arts [Fine Arts] at the University of Ballarat in 2006, majoring in drawing. She enjoys drawing and painting in her spare time, and favours working with pencil, acrylic, gouache, and pen and ink. People and animals are favourite subject matter.
Born 1988, I grew up in Amphitheatre, central Victoria on a farm. This influences all my work. I completed an Honours Degree in Fine Art at University of Ballarat (Fed Uni) in 2010.
My personal journey in clay began over 15 years ago . Started with the "Ceramic " fad. I decided I wanted to learn how to make my own pots instead of using the slipcast ware we were given .