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Natalia Berlizova (Natasha Ber) was born in Crimea, Russia in 1987, and moved to Australia in 2011. She lives and works in Geelong. In 2014 Natasha commenced Bachelor of Creative Arts at Deakin University. Since 2013 she has been a finalist of several art prizes across Australia, such as Maritime Art Award, Emerging Artist Award 2017, and Black Swan Prize for portraiture.
Growing up in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Cassandra is currently a Myotherapist and artist and at times a performing artist and model. She plays all sorts of sports including footy (AFL style), basketball, ice hockey and orienteering. She primarily paints with acrylics and gouache in an abstract style.
My name is Janet Caruana and I started painting 15 years ago, starting with folk art and then progressing to other art forms. I use mainly acrylics but do dabble in watercolour and experiment with mixed media. I like using inks, watercolour pencils and different mediums, anything I feel will give me the effect I am looking for. Nothing is discarded if I feel it is worth a try.
Harley Manifold was born in Camperdown, Victoria in 1982. In 2003, he completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Deakin University in Warrnambool. He then went on to complete his Honours in Fine Arts at the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne (he was the only student in his year who had not studied at VCE prior to the Honours course).
Commencing painting in her senior years, Marie has come to love the exciting medium of watercolour.
Having received many awards and acknowledgements along the way, she enjoys sharing with others what she has learnt through demonstrations, exhibitions, workshops and classes.
Barry is an award-winning artist with more than 25 years experience in art and education. He grew up with a love for nature, and when making his ceramic forms and artists books, takes inspiration from the landscape and Japanese art forms. His handmade Artists Books are one of a kind.
Mim has been making soft toys for over 16 years. She and her husband George are part of a project that makes and donates teddy bears to various nursing homes for patients with dementia.
Mim and George also donate several hours a week to local correctional facilities and work with inmates to create soft toys.
When Colleen went to her first glass class about 6 years ago, she fell in love with the wonder of the medium's transparency. She was enthralled by the colour and light and the magnificent range of colours, from the soft tints to intense colours.
I have been a resident of Bannockburn 1986, first moving on to a small farm and then downsizing to a half acre in town proper where we have resided for the last 20 years. (I almost qualify as local).
2015 Drysdale Festival of Glass Prize - “Trade Blanket I” entry and “A Winter’s Night” entry, second place, Drysdale, Victoria
Running with Glass Exhibitor, Bluedog Glass, Melbourne, Victoria
2014 Drysdale Festival of Glass Prize - “Discrimination” and “Penitence Bowl” entries, Drysdale, Victoria
The MAGE Mansfield - “1787” Finalist, Mansfield, Victoria