I am a self taught artist born 1965 who has just found my passion for painting again after 30 years. I love to use a lot of texture, modeling paste being my favourite medium to use. I have recently move to live in a beach shack right on the water on Weeroona Island north of Port Pirie in South Australia, where I find my inspiration to paint full time.
Deborah Paauwe is currently living and working in Adelaide, South Australia. Graduating from the SA School of Art, University of SA with a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Visual Arts) in 1994 and completing her MA in Fine Art, Chelsea School of Art, London in 2000. In 1999 she was awarded the Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship. Deborah has exhibited widely nationally and internationally.
Deidre But-Husaim is a visual artist based in Adelaide, painting is at the core of her art practice. Deidre has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne and Sydney. Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions. Deidre has been a finalist in the Archibald Prize, Sulman Prize, Doug Moran Prize, Portia Geach Memorial Award, Redlands Art Awards, John Fries Memorial Prize and The RBS Emerging Artist Award to name a few.
As a passionate South Australian I want for nothing more than to spread the love I have for light painting through the community. There is a magic that comes from it, for old and young alike.
In this series of images I was inspired by the days of bards and traveling shows. They roamed lands with their magic, music and theatre; their performances eagerly awaited from season to season, from place to place. I’ve tried to convey aspects of the mystery and spectacle of that past, and what it was like between times - reflecting on what was seen. To evoke the sense of ritual and ceremony that took place; its transformative power over body and mind.
I am a South Australian visual artist working with a range of traditional and digital processes including printmaking, encaustic and oil painting, pokerwork on wooden panels, artist books, on-glaze porcelain, and small scale bronze casting.
In my current work I incorporate a cast of creatures and plants, which have become part of my visual language, to create various scenarios. The upside-down nature of some images reflects the upside-down nature of life. My characters live in a world where nothing is certain.
A group of works covering a range of ideas from 1978 - 2013 not necessarily in chronological order. Currently developing Sculpture Park in the Yankalilla area. Working on Ara Irititja Project, an historic, multi-media data-base for Pitjantjatjara people. Travel regularly to Italy, with focus on viewing sculpture parks in Europe.
I'm currently involved in numerous musical projects and completed study of a certificate IV in Popular Music and Creative Technologies at Adelaide Universities Elder Conservatorium last year. I'm a multi instrumentalist specialising in Spanish guitar within the world music genres of Flamenco, Samba, Trukish, Greek and Gypsy genres. I play in a gypsy band named GADJO as well as a Brazilian Batukada drumming group named SAMBATUKA. I also have recently started solo performances of Flamenco and Afro Latin genres.
Eleanor Zecchin is based in Adelaide, working as both a practicing artist and lecturer at Adelaide College for the Arts. Her paintings have been exhibited locally and interstate and she is currently completing her Masters in Visual Arts through Monash University.
"My paintings speak about the complex nature of the everyday. It is in constant flux yet it provides a source of comfort through the familiar and routine symbols of banal objects, rituals and other happenings.
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