Ian Henderson holds a doctorate in creative arts from the University of Wollongong, NSW. His major interest revolves around concepts of the sense of place in landscape, genre forms and human activity. Many implied stories grow from these themes. His paintings have been collected by a number of regional galleries and public institutions in Australia and overseas. He is represented in South Australia in the permanent collections of the History Trust of South Australia Migration Museum, Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, and the City of Port Adelaide and Enfield Council.
India Flint makes images using ecologically sustainable contact printing methods [from plants and found objects] as a means of mapping country - working with cloth, paper, stone, windfallen leaves, water, minerals, bones, the discarded artefacts and hard detritus of human habitation, the local weed burden. Her work conflates the visual and written poetics of place and memory using installation, printing, painting, drawing, and writing - immersing herself in and paying deep attention to the environment, gathering thought and experience, imagery and marks.