Phillip HOWe Sculpture, Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Muralist www.philliphowe.art Lower Plenty (zone 2)HOWe is propelled by a passion to protect indigenous wildlife and...
Anne’s art practice encompasses painting, drawing, printmaking, artist books and installation. She has participated in over 100 exhibitions, nationally and internationally,
Anthony Williams has been investigating in an ongoing manner, the relationship between nature, mechanisms within nature and of an internal structure of an amalgamation of the two, through drawing, painting, video, sculpture and photography.
Felicity Gordon is a contemporary visual artist with a passion for community engagement, collaboration and permaculture. Felicity’s work considers systems of decay and renewal, our relationship with the natural world and sustainability.
Helen is an exhibiting mixed media artist working from her home studio in Greensborough. Her work is a reflection of feminine sensitivity, and explores the corners of the mind and the things you find there. Art journaling is an important part of her process and often the place she feels free to experiment and develop ideas.
Katherine Chouliaras Lewis is a Melbourne born, local artist. Her practice is mainly in abstract painting and contemporary art and also paints traditional, landscapes and seascapes using a variety of painting mediums and techniques.
Kobie Swart’s background as an illustrator of children’s picture books, is evident in her larger paintings.
Melissa is an oil painter, best known for her lively and bold still lifes, and large landscapes.
American-born artist Michael Mark completed the light filled mud brick studio he shares with fellow artist Penelope Aitken in 2019.
Nadine has a passion for wildlife art with a particular affinity for birds. Watercolour performs beautifully to capture the movement and freedom of the subjects she paints.
Penelope Aitken’s paintings of plants sometimes incorporate ink brewed from the plants themselves. This homeopathic gesture towards finding ‘essences’ foregrounds the elemental nature of matter.
Sanctum Studio creates public art, street art, giant puppets and special props. It facilitates collaborative arts projects alongside community groups and schools.
The artists and makers at Textile Art Community Art Space (TACAS) create their artworks using household and industrial waste as well as natural materials.
They reclaim and recycle discarded textiles and found objects, and invite the wider community to share in art projects and events.
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