Artists

Pauline Bladin

I am a self taught potter with no formal training. I began when my 2 children were very small and we lived on a farm on the Murray River in southern New South Wales. Although isolated from other potters, I was able to phone my mother for advice as she had taken up pottery several years before me. These calls always ended with her saying that if in doubt, then read the “Potters Manual”. Which I did, over and over again! So with…

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Margaret Rose Howick

I never tire of nature’s intricate tapestry, tone, colour, texture, light and shade in everything I see. I am also very tactile and enjoy the experience of touch, whether it is a little animal, a bird, fine mosses or massive forest trees, each is a unique experience. I do hope you are able to experience the multi sensory experience I try to achieve in my painting. I began painting in 1980 studying with various tutors over the years in colour…

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Jess King

I love to openly express myself with a variety of mediums on canvas with brushes, ink, resin, mixed media, pouring mediums and paints. Always experimenting with texture and colour using varied techniques and multiple layers within my paintings giving my art the impression of being almost 3 dimensional. I draw my inspiration from my love of life, nature and exceptionally beautiful surrounds which resonates in my painting techniques. My art celebrates the beauty and wonder of the world, engaging viewers…

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Louise Saunders

I have had a fortunate and enjoyable art career. With residencies, overseas travel, publications in books and magazines, interesting commissions and exhibitions that have seen my work sold across Australia and overseas. I am inspired by our beautiful wildflowers and wildlife. Dedicated to realism I strive to portray the essence of my subject. I have recently discovered pastels, and I am new to acrylic. I have added pet portraiture, painting blue and white Chinoiserie objects, still life, fine coloured pencil…

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Kate Bray

“I don’t know in advance what I am going to put on canvas any more than I decide beforehand what colours I am going to use.” Pablo Picasso Picasso’s statement very much reflects the way I approach my art practise. I prefer to start with an initial mark or stroke of colour and paint intuitively allowing the painting to develop as the layers are applied. The physicality and tactile properties of multi layered paint and mixed media in the pure…

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Natasha Scott

I am an African born and trained Australian, majoring in Printmaking, Paper-making and book-binding with a minor in Painting and Drawing. I currently work from my Studio in Mount Cotton Queensland, and exhibit from the Old Schoolhouse Gallery in Cleveland. I have an online presence — via my website www.SpottiCloggArt.com.au — from where you can access my products for sale, blog, and social media pages. I offer workshops from my studio, and the Old Schoolhouse Gallery, to share my love…

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