My work is an intuitive representation of myself. Nothing makes me happier than slathering paint onto a canvas and seeing forms unfold, feeling entranced by the visual chaos of lines, shape and colour.
Ange Brewster has a passion for painting and drawing, enjoying experimental contemporary art. She explores colour and works with a range of mediums from oil paint, charcoal, soft pastels and watercolours. She loves painting figurative and wild animals.
Figure Metamorphoses. After a month of full time life drawing and painting workshops at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, Anita’s art changed from realism to representation, while maintaining her characteristic narratives.
Influenced by my grandmother – a keen gardener, plant lover and painter – I have created an attractive collection of botanical watercolours which includes both well-known exotics and wildflowers endemic to the Southwest of Australia.
Christopher was born in New Zealand in the seventies. His award-winning photographic/installation work challenges how people engage with museums, highlighting how ‘every day’ stories are often more compelling than accepted historical narratives.
An exciting part of the Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival, run by Arts Margaret River, this exhibition by various Margaret River artists adds a unique perspective to the festival theme ‘wild, weird and wonderful’ for all to enjoy & contemplate.
Don Brown is a painter aiming to capture the essence of natural and built subjects. His works reflect his skills in rendering the varying moods and light of landscapes and seascapes, resulting in expressive and imaginative paintings.
A full time artist and workshop teacher, Fi is all about finding, harnessing, exercising and celebrating creativity. Her own process is quite unusual - a delicate combination of chaos and control. Accident and purpose.
The Payets have been handcrafting jewellery for over 30 years, drawing inspiration from their natural surroundings. Precious metals, luscious pearls, and gemstones are used to create elegant, and timeless pieces from their purpose built working studio.
Gerry Reilly inspires love of hot glass in everyone: individuals and corporations commissioning his iconic WA custom-made art glass; couples creating their pair of wine cups; even a child blowing a colourful glass bauble. It's unforgettable!
Margaret River artist Honor Denby is known for her fascinating and eclectic portfolio of works. From oil to acrylic, or resin to fabric sculpture, Honor has a strong interest in exploring different styles and mediums.
Christian Fletcher is Western Australia’s most successful landscape photographer. He has a natural ability to see and capture a beautiful image and has perfected the art of light, composition, colour and post processing.
Inspired by travel and life, Jo’s collection includes paintings from a 2018 Tassie trip. She uses bold colours, believing tonal variations are crucially important and is studying Fine Art and Visual Communication.
Sam’s practice involves drawing and painting from life, capturing the effects of light and colour occurring within the scene before him. Sam chooses subjects from his immediate environment which include landscape, still life and portrait.
Originally from Italy, I moved to Margaret River to pursue my passion for painting. Largely self-taught, I use various media and techniques, depicting the beauty and expressivity of the human form, particularly dancers and musicians.