My artworks are designed to create meaningful connection and are created from a diverse range of media to enhance the character of their settings and create a focal point for discovery by people of all ages.Read More
Anita Revel paints with vibrant colours and symbolism to represent positive states of being. Texture, motifs, pattern and movement also bring her work to life. Her larger-than-life-size dreamcatchers are popular as wedding props and garden sculptures.Read More
Creating interior furniture and working in spaces to create living environments has been a form of creative outlet for Anthony.Read More
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.
Works will be on display from 16 April – 05 MayRead More
Francesco aims to expand the boundaries of art through traditional and experimental techniques. Nature is the main focus of his work encouraging reflection in the beauty of transformation and shapes.Read More
I express my interest in human faces and forms by hand building busts and figurines in clay.Read More
Greg Banfield sculptures mainly timber, especially jarrah. The timber piece often suggest the sculpture.
All skills have been honed through necessity and creativity over 40 years.
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.Read More
I am a full time woodworker and teacher of students from 12 to 78. My work includes Wood turnings, mixed media sculpture, laser cut wood designs and up cycled framed pieces using marine waste.Read More
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.Read More
I am inspired by nature, drawn to its patterns and colours. I love creating bright, colourful and fun pieces that bring a splash of joy to others!Read More
My work depends heavily on time spent in nature. I create large drawings, paintings, functional ceramics and small sculptures that reference the natural world. Visit my peaceful studio, gallery and garden in the bush.Read More
Weathered timber and rusted steel is completely under-appreciated. I like to upcycle scrap into precious artworks, by building my own canvases from rusty old milking sheds, and adorning them with portraits of the former inhabitants.Read More
Inspired by history and everyday stories, Lauren creates paintings which often juxtapose classical and suburban imagery. She has had many solo exhibitions around Australia and has exhibited in New York, Italy and Spain.Read More
Finding beauty in all that is imperfect.Read More
As a well known printmaker Leon has explored the medium with particular focus on etching and collagraph. He has produced a wide body of work and is now focusing more on painting as well.
Represented by Gunyulgup Galleries.Read More
Working mainly in steel I am always pursuing the creation of something with character, emotion and humour. I like to use re-cycled materials and love the patina and feeling they can bring to a sculpture.Read More
Vibrant colours reflect the positive energy of nature in my canvasses. This year I’ve also explored texture through the medium of textiles. My up-cycled, sculptural artwork is displayed outdoors in my large established garden.Read More
Peter is inspired by character wood. It is irregularities that add interest and depth to his work. He gets a kick out of revealing what lies beneath the gnarled, knotted and twisted.Read More
Ross Miller describes himself as a “maker of things”. His sculptures are made from pressed tin, old mechanical parts, found objects and clay.Read More