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The Yarrowee School of Painters are all students of Rosalind Lawson and are a band of seriously committed artists who are constantly exploring new technical and conceptual approaches to art making .
Josh's creative drive began early in life and has persisted ever since. His work goes in many directions but has at its foundation a love of drawing, nature and sensitive observation. When not contemplating the native bird life or local history, he is primarily engaged in dreaming, imagining building or creating something.
D L Giles has always doodled and drawn pictures and at times uses whatever medium and papers are at her disposal. She has an interest in printmaking and is also branching out into the world of colour and exploring painting and mixed media as well. She has studied with many talented artists and at colleges, off and on for many years, but is largely self-taught.
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 am a self taught artist and have always managed to think outside the square! This approach has assisted my endeavor as an artist as I am only restricted by my own imagination! I have taught art to many students for over 25 years including youth, people living with mental illness, dementia and disability.
Growing up on a farm surrounded by animals and a passion for all things handmade led Olivia to study Furniture Design and Construction (RMIT) and Properties (NIDA). After graduating Olivia worked as a scenic artist for Opera Australia, FOX films, a proper maker for the Sydney Opera House and saddle maker for War Horse (New York production).
I started painting three months ago with acrylics. I loved it straight away and have been painting mostly portraits and have moved into still lifes.
I have moved into using oils as well.