Alan is a visual artist who is inspired by natural forms and has produced a range of public artworks in the region. His selection of media creates a unique expression in each artwork ranging from sophisticated bronze to upcycled materials.Read More
I’m Annie (photographer) and my partner is Al (picture framer). Together we create beautiful images of the Margaret River region finished in handcrafted timber frames. We are a couple team that have combined our passions for the region’s stunning scenery and WA’s celebrated timbers, i.e. Jarrah, Marri, Sheoak and Karri etc, that showcases the natural beauty and essence of the South West.Read More
My body of work represents a variety of techniques recently acquired as a visual arts student and reflects an understanding of self and a deep love, respect and appreciation of living and working is this little piece of paradise - Margaret River.Read More
This is something different! ‘TOUCHED’ a textile/multi-media studio installation that attempts to make the ‘inter-affect’ between art, viewer and artist visible and visceral. Come and explore.Read More
Cate Edwards graduated from Sydney's City Art Institute, with a BA in 1984. Since then she has been working as an artist, illustrator and teacher.
“Design is important to me - I like to start with a theme or an idea and then see where it takes me."Read More
I like telling stories through various forms of art, mixing a range of media and poetry. I like building art within the art, bringing the common into a new world.Read More
Chloe Wilder is a reprehensible human person. She has prepared a series of oil portraits for you to look at and she will probably say something inappropriate while you're there.Read More
Encaustic Artist. This year I’ll be demonstrating using wax with inks, charcoal, and natural ochres – take the opportunity to see what can be done with this medium, and consider joining a workshop later this year.Read More
Spread across the Ferart Studio property, these large, sculptural installations aim to enrich and challenge people’s identity and place in their community. Visitors are invited to collaborate in these interactive works.Read More
The investigation into family history has continued to weave through my work. Connections with family, our place in the world and the similarities to the creatures we share it with. Experimentation with various mediums keeps me investigating.Read More
Along with my landscape works, I have recently been producing historical studies based on narratives and memories. I have explored these themes using a variety of traditional and textile media.
Opening night Saturday 28 April 2018, 4pmRead More
Exploring the concept of “different minds”, my “art-scape” spreads across the studio and property – with works that entertain and delve into the experience of living with complexity. See our website and Facebook page for interactiveactivities and workshops.Read More
Take the short trip down Metricup-Yelverton road to the Creative Nest, a very different studio.
It's a place we call home, a sanctuary for family and friends, animals, birds and inspiration for me to create paintings.Read More
In her work Elisa incorporates folk art forms, motifs and techniques in imagery that harks back to her Eastern-European heritage to explore issues of childhood nostalgia, cultural displacement and identity.Read More
Emily’s work is a stunning collusion of mind and observation, deep, spiritual and soulful, it draws the observer into a complex mystery that is the essence of nature and life.
Evening Opening Friday 4 May, 5pm - 7pmRead More
Gabe's preferred medium varies day to day. His work involves painting large scale murals, airbrushing, screen-printing and combining techniques on wood. Open Studios, Gabe will be focusing on the local flora and fauna of our beautiful area.Read More
Award winning, self taught contemporary artist from Germany. Helga uses rhythm and energy, bringing life to unique and eye capturing paintings. Ranging from mysterious otherworldly creations to cheerful celebrations of life. Come say hello to Helga!Read More
A whimsical world of paintings and detailed illustrations. Ian’s artwork has won awards, given life to public spaces, and featured for well known brands and publications.
Launch evening: First Saturday April 28th 3-6pm, beer, wine and refreshments supplied. All welcome.Read More
A ‘love of lines’ apparent in her vineyard work and also appearing very significantly in her minimalistic style of life drawing, evokes emotion.
Represented by Jahroc Galleries.Read More
My current body of work continues to be is inspired by the beauty and biodiversity of coral reefs globally. Ongoing degradation and pollution threaten these amazing ecosystems. I am creating three dimentional aluminium works depicting their beauty and their degradation.Read More