Marie Antuanelle is a young artist from Siberia engaged with CHILDREN CHARITIES. Living in Bondi, Sydney, Marie uses resin and a range of different mediums to produce a completely unique effect. Her fascinating resin art is sold to raise profits and awareness for children charities.
Christina Frank is a Sydney based visual artist, working in a variety of disciplines: drawing, painting, ceramics and sculpture. She combines materials and media in installations and collaborative projects. Invariably her work touches on connections: to place and each other.
Sue and Sarah have worked with primary aged children for over 13 years.
I have been teaching children from 2-9 years of age for over 35 years.
Nettie is presently working on a new graphic/picture book based on THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. She lives and paints in her studio on Scotland Island in Pittwater.
Midori’s Japanese background, having studied Japanese calligraphy, music, literature and visual arts since childhood, influences her works. Her fascination towards music and people gives her endless inspiration. She paints her dreams and concepts of love and music on her canvases.
Cam studied a Bachelor of Design at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. Since graduating he has curated a number of successful exhibitions in Sydney and held shows to promote and sell his own art works. Cam also dedicates his time to teach art and design principles, particularly to young people.
Meg teaches accessible arts workshops here at Sydney Art Space.
Amanda Tye is known for her large, colourful and expressive landscape paintings. She has a positive and warm disposition and possesses a real empathy with her students and an understanding of how to support their individual learning needs.
Whilst maintaining her art practice, Alicia began teaching and creating art courses in 2002 at AOK Studios in Newtown, and has continued teaching since that time – most recently at the Manly Art Gallery & Museum where she coordinated the Children’s Art Program.
Rachael’s art making practice reflects her many influences – in particular, her interests in mark making and the intricacies of social and cultural life.
There’s no greater joy than teaching something you love to students, and watching their own art making grow.