In 2008, Mieke Boynton moved to the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia for a teaching job and instantly fell in love with the ancient, rugged landscape. She began capturing photographs as a way of sharing her appreciation with family and friends, and this...
Frances works in a variety of media, Oils, Pastels, Watercolour, Pencil, Inks, Mixed Media and Glass - Leadlight, Stained Glass, Fused and Slumped Glass. When creating a work of art the medium is carefully selected to enhance the purpose being portrayed. Colour,...
Brian was born in Myrtleford. He worked for three years at the State Savings Bank, after which he started work as a sign writer in Melbourne and later on in Bright. He studied Art in Melbourne under Shirley Bourne, protégé of Sir William Dargie. Brian has won the...
I have always had a strong interest in painting and drawing. Before retiring, I worked in the university sector (psychology) for a number of years, which allowed very little time for artistic endeavour, although I feel those years considerably enriched my approach to...
Christina is an Albury based Visual Artist.
She is a member of Arts Wodonga (Gigs), Albury Wodonga Artists’ Society (AWAS), Bright Art Society and a Friend of Gallery 294 in Corowa. She is also a member of the Murray Arts Museum Albury (MAMA).
I have been a practicing artist for 40 years, mostly self taught. My style has evolved from formal drawings, oils and watercolours to a very distinctive contemporary oil painting approach, uniquely my own. Subject matter is mostly the Australian bush and landscapes. To discover nature’s hidden patterns and portray its wild untamed beauty. This motivates my art.
Barry’s interest in the landscape and painting stems from his many years working as a geologist around Australia plus numerous trekking, cross-country skiing and camping adventures in the outback and overseas. He spent much of his spare time around work at his easel, both in the field and in his home studio in Wandiligong,
I have lived in the NE of Victoria for over 40 years and graduated from CSU in 1999 with a Visual Arts degree. Since then I have been painting and exhibiting my work.
As the seasons change there is always something new to observe. Taking my inspiration from nature I respond to changes in colour and light in the surrounding landscape.
Stephen McCall lives in Bright, in Victoria’s scenic north-east.
He specialises in landscapes, particularly focussing on the interplay of light and shade in the early morning and late afternoon. Steve has successfully exhibited in Victoria, the Riverina, Tasmania and South Australia. His paintings are held in private collections in Australia, U.S.A and England.
I have a deep connection to the Australian landscape & all living things. The awesome colours of nature inspire my artworks. Painting for me is an exciting and ongoing creative learning curve, having evolved from years of traditional works to my present more contemporary style.
I have now been painting for about 30 years and it seems that having a paint brush or stick of pastel in my hand has pretty much become a way of life.
After working full time in a technical job for over 30 years I decided about 5 years ago to make more time for my real passion – my art.