I love working in pastels and displaying feelings in my work. There’s a real feeling of joy when a painting comes together and I can bring an emotion to life through my art.
Glenda Guy

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Expressive. Colourful. Evocative. That’s my art style. I love recording my world in an artistic form. Everything inspires me and it’s fun sometimes to surrender to where the painting leads you.
Olga Megele

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I have happy childhood memories working alongside my dad. He was a graphics teacher and did painting, metalwork and woodwork. Perhaps it shows in my detailed figurative paintings and print works.
Leanne Ferguson

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I’ve been painting all my life so I’ve been largely self-taught. My works reflect my interest in and observations of the natural world around me.
Kathleen Loxton

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I was interested in art when I was young, but only other people’s work in galleries. I only tried my hand at painting when I retired. Watercolour is a challenge but produces some wonderful, surprising effects.
Marian Lowe

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Art makes life a more enjoyable experience – it’s been with me all my life. I love to be creative and I try to learn and grow through my artistic journey.
Mahshid Malekazary

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Art is my life so it’s unthinkable to live without it. My work is eclectic, stylised realism. It rarely turns out how I had it in mind. I just roll with it and enjoy where it ends up.
Rebecca Tregear

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I discovered I was good at art at around seven years old. Without it, I’d miss being individual. Even if what I create is not what I intended, I celebrate the result … then I fix it!
Rob Diss

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When I was five the teacher put my drawing on the wall and told my mum I was ‘good at art’. I guess they were right. I’d be bereft if I couldn’t create my artworks.
Shirley Dougan

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Art wasn’t a natural thing for me and came much later in my life. One day I realised I could make something artistic that made me feel happy. It was the beginning of my journey.
Barbra Vernon

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Art is important to my wellbeing. It’s playful, colourful and joyful. I sculpt, weave, paint and draw and it helps me feel productive, to communicate and socialise as part of an artistic community
Karen Cooper

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Acrylic paints are lovely for textural work and creating my bright colourful paintings. I feel a sense of relaxation and peace when I spend time creating and developing ideas.
Wendy Lawrence

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I’ve known drawing and painting were important to me since I was a child. I love working with watercolour and being inspired to create colourful, impressionist style works.


Robin Dawson

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Creating art means being my authentic self. I started drawing on butcher paper as a toddler and never stopped being artistic in one way or another.
Alicia Cornwell

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Art transports me to a place where nothing else matters in that moment. I look for beauty in the natural world and reflect that in my colourful, surreal acrylic paintings.
lizzyb_art

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No matter what the subject you must paint from your heart. I was 35 before I discovered I was arty. Now I can’t image how I’d exist if I couldn’t create it.

Kaye Webb

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My work is ‘traditional’ with a twist - I love watching how watercolour moves. My art helps me communicate my thoughts and feelings about the unique natural landscape and my place in it.
Tracie Dyson

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Art is an important commitment in my life and each year I take a long break to paint plein air in Gippsland. It’s refreshing and inspiring to be away from the controlled atmosphere of my studio.
Christine Lacreole

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If I couldn’t create art I’d be missing a big part of myself. My work is loose, colourful, abstract, and I never know how it will turn out. I’m in love with that element of surprise.
Diane Glenane

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I knew I was artistic at a very young age - around 60 years ago! If I couldn’t do my art I’d throw myself into writing and being a musician – it all stokes my creative fire.
D. Edward Barnett

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