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Originally from a graphic design background Dave is never one to discount an idea or say never. He has constantly striven to, as all creatives do, push the boundaries of tradition through the experimentation of trial and error. Harnessing the sub conscious to release thoughts and desires built up through a series of life events, the work of Dave Laslett often delves into the slightly macabre whilst exemplifying that ultimately there is light out there to be found.
Asha,,,,, bathing near the waters is also a water feature, and pregnant relaxing in her environment, designed and made by me from old salvaged fencing wires, door screen and broken glass. My work is collected by an artist and art collector, as well as the public. I love the aspect of recycling and simplicity - I don't use electricity to make my pieces, just the earth.
Currently working on ‘Uncle Silas: Earth’ (the sequel to my first graphic novel ‘Uncle Silas: Genetis’), an all ages action packed Sci-Fi adventure story set in the Naracoorte Caves, South Australia. The Uncle Silas series explores the current scientific and environmental concerns of genetic manipulation, interconnectivity both in nanotechnology and between humanity and nature, as well as touching on recent innovations in biotechnology.
David Paul Jobling is a writer and visual artist. His most recent work, an interactive art exhibition "The Fit In Room" uses screen printed business shirts to explore aspects of identity. His plays have appeared at Sydney Theatre Company, Griffin Theatre and La Mama Theatre (Adelaide). He is a graduate of NIDA and AC Arts.
Days Of Deceit is a metal hardcore act from Adelaide. After touring South Australia with debut EP 'Lightmares', the band has big plans for 2015.
‘the ideas that just won’t go away ‘ … Ideas such as Water to solid, not quite solid, empty Defined space, contained and preferably transparentView Post Swimming pools and empty rooms Building materials such as paper, cardboard and wood And of course humans Not the perfect ones The folds and dints of human intervention.
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. She co-founded Hedgemaze artist studios in Port Adelaide (2004 - 2009) and The Incinerator studios in Thebarton (2009 - present) designed by Walter Burley Griffin in 1932.