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.Read More
I am an illustrative pyrography artist that uses heat and flame, blending photos realism and surrealism to produce exclusive one of a kind pieces.Read More
Come and immerse yourself in COLOUR. Watch and feel or join in -this is an interactive experiential installation made of recycled textiles and a few surprises. (Please expect a material contribution of $4 per person).Read More
My recent work covers three areas – vibrant watercolour studies of whatever coastal location I find myself in, textiles including silk screen, shibori and indigo, and historical mixed media portrait studies based on narratives and memories.Read More
Lee is an emerging textile artist, new to Open Studios this year. She is influenced by the local environment and its many moods, capturing it with texture, movement and colour in wearable art pieces. Come visit!Read More
A little bit of nature on home wares and wearable art. Long bush walks and the discovery of Native South West Orchids inspire the photographic imagery of Yallingup artist Leonie Mac Lean.Read More
I cannot predict what I will be creating in a decade, next year or even next week! Past works are merely prologue – like a line in a poem or cadence in music – which all makes for engaging artistic journeys.
Represented by Gunyulgup Galleries.Read More
Creating with textiles, needle and thread is my passion. 2019 is a sabbatical year for me as I take time off active involvement in Open Studios to indulge in feeding my creative soul and exploring the work of MC Escher and Japanese textiles. This continues my exploration of creating optical illusions, design and working with beautiful fabrics.
My studio will not be open during MRROS but I can be contact throughout the year by phone or email.Read More
Inhabiting space between tradition and technology, creating artworks that celebrate craft and tradition, layering of materials, textures, to create unusual surfaces so integral to her work. Visually describing her connection to place, nature and change.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
Inspired by the wild, natural beauty of Augusta, its ocean and river are enduring themes and the embodiment of my work. Come and visit my studio overlooking the magnificent Blackwood River.Read More
Widely trained in a variety of mediums my work is quite textural. On offer will be a big range of pieces including textiles, jewellery, sculpture, painting and some furniture creations. Local tasting plates available. Come share my studio views across the vines!Read More
Wanda’s award-winning work is recognisable by her capture of shadows and confident use of colour. Inspired by the play of light, pattern and form of the shadow, Wanda brings landscapes, foliage and still life arrangements to life.Read More