Nicky is a teacher, an artist, an illustrator and a printmaker. Originally trained as an illustrator and visual arts teacher…
My main focus for art making is Photography, Film and Ceramics, yet I am curious to explore many other mediums.
I am a visual and performing artist and have been painting and drawing since I was a child.
Along with her career as a teacher of 34 years at Meadowbank TAFE, Maughan married, brought up two sons and…
Gitte Backhausen has had a committed art practice since 2002 after completing a Bachelor Degree in Graphic Design. An urge arose to break free from strict guidelines and conventional design into a language of free expression.
Rachel Carroll has a Masters Degree from COFA – UNSW. Since graduating in 2008 Rachel has continued to exhibit annually and teach locally.
A celebration of human existence. I explore the figure considering angles, motions, shadows, weight, line and anatomy. I pursue the limbs of the human form with distortion to allude to the energy and action rather than the true realism of the pose.
Somerville’s body of work is critically acclaimed. His numerous public works include the two iconic Bronze Diggers on Sydney’s Anzac Bridge, the Bull at World Square, Sir Henry Parkes in Centennial Park, Sir Roden Cutler at Manly, the three bronze sculptures at the Australian War Memorial, and countless private commissions.
Rachael’s art making practice reflects her many influences – in particular, her interests in mark making and the intricacies of social and cultural life.
Jody is best known for her bold, expressive urban landscapes, particularly of industrial and construction sites and older buildings, exploring themes of impermanence, loss and erasure.
Leila has a keen interest in the contemporary and exploring new relationships between the modern world and art. She is passionate about sharing art as an experience with others.