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  • Visual Arts / Artisan Literature / Writing

    Jessica Raschke

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    Artist/Writer

    A TEXT-BASED INSTALLATION ARTIST AND WRITER, JESSICA RASCHKE’S WORK EXPLORES HOW PEOPLE GENERATE A SENSE OF MEANING AND PURPOSE FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR LIVES

    Jessica seeks to remind people of their own (sometimes or oftentimes) overlooked yearnings and depths, and that similar yearnings and depths reside within the many apparent strangers around us.

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Painting

    Southern Highlands Printmakers

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    Printmakers

    FOSTERING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PRACTICING ARTISTS FOR WHOM PRINTMAKING IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF THEIR WORK

    Formed in 1993 to foster printmaking in the area, Southern Highlands Printmakers exhibits regularly at Sturt Gallery and nearby regional galleries.

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Drawing / Painting

    Liz Burton

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    Painter/Printmaker

    THE POWER OF SHAPE AND SIMPLICITY OF LINE IS ALWAYS FOREMOST

    Inspired by our landscape and plants, and spending large amounts of time in Florence, she is nurtured by a great love of classical art and the amazing work that has endured the test of time.

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Drawing / Painting / Sculpture

    Lucinda McDonald

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    Painter/Sculptor

    McDONALD WORKS INSTINCTIVELY TO RECLAIM AND REJUVENATE SEEMINGLY UNWANTED OBJECTS

    Constructing playful, lyrical abstracted assemblages sensitive to colour, texture, space and repetition of shapes

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Drawing / Painting

    Lily Cummins

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    Spatial Experiences

    LILY CUMMINS WORKS ACROSS DRAWING AND INSTALLATION USING SPATIAL EXPERIENCES AND MEMORY AS A TRIGGER

    Moving between expansive wall drawing to intimate collages, Cummins sits within a wave of contemporary artists who are pushing the definitions of what drawing is in our time.

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Painting

    Kim Shannon

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    About the observed world

    IT WAS PAINT THAT FASCINATED HER… IT WAS A PURELY VISCERAL RELATIONAHSIP

    The smell and feel and the mystery of creating a tactile world on a flat surface

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Painting

    Bob Lenton

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    An abstract approach

    MY PAINTING IS BASED ON FORMS THAT ARE NOT FIGURATIVE OR FORMAL

    The richness of colour in the Australian landscape is inescapably unique and worthy of representation

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Painting

    Robyn Kinsela

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    Painting in the real world

    I DON’T COPY MY SUBJECTS BUT INTERPRET THEM.

    My pictures have their roots in the real world, but are by no means images in the conventional sense.

  • Visual Arts / Artisan / Painting

    Shaz Collyer

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    Painter

    SHAZ COLLYER HAS ALWAYS BEEN DRAWN TO, AND INSPIRED BY THE COLOURS, TEXTURES AND PATTERNS IN NATURE, VINTAGE TEXTILES, BUILDINGS AND FOUND OBJECTS.

    She is currently exploring these ideas through abstract colour field painting

  • Max Miller
    Visual Arts / Artisan / Drawing / Painting

    Max Miller

    Published
    Painter / Printmaker

    ARTIST MAX MILLER HAS ALWAYS LOVED THE LITTLE THINGS.

    Artist Max Miller has always loved the llittle things. The lizards, the insects, the mice. The tiny flora and fauna. The precious bush minutiae he has spent a lifetime capturing in his paintings and prints.

  • Myee Clohessy
    Music / Classical

    Myee Clohessy

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    Musician

    A CAPACITY FOR PATIENCE, HONESTY, DETERMINATION AND KINDNESS IS INTEGRAL TO THE WORK OF AN ARTIST

    I started to find out what made me tick as an artist and realized that, to continue being happy as a professional musician, I would need to seek roles where I would be allowed to express my musical ideas and visions.