Pablo is Paul Henson Guitarist Singer Songwriter From the bouncing ball of the Beatles TV cartoon to Get Ya Ya ya's Out the Rolling Stones Paul ventured into Jazz Funk Blues ,,,,Groove Swing ,,,,,to the sounds of Washington DC ,,,GoGo ,,,,,Chuck Brown and the soul Searchers. Original Member of Switzerland (UTE) ,,Base (the band) ,,Paul has played with some of Adelaide's and Australia's finest musicians. Playing Live to air JJJ Adelaide and Sydney,,, The Basement ,,,jazz festivals etc. Pablo is the original music and lyrics from Paul Henson.
I specialise in trompe l'oeil - having a huge website displaying multitude of painting styles as well as my canvas work. I restored the heritage listed William Morris Wallpaper at Mt Barker and have years of experience being contracted to small artistic ventures through private and government departments. I complete my Bachelor of Visual Arts next year.
Paul is a Ngarrindjeri/Kaurna man who is an Adelaide-based contemporary Aboriginal landscape architect and visual artist. He was the first Aboriginal student to complete a Bachelor of Design Studies in 2000 and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 2002 at the University of Adelaide. In 2010, Paul received the NAIDOC SA ‘Artist of the Year’ Award, and in 2007 the South Australian Premier’s Award for ‘Outstanding Individual Performance in a Workgroup – Landscapes that Integrate Aboriginal Culture’.
I am inspired by everything and anything in every day life, whether it is a particular musical phrase, an experience whilst travelling, food or wine. My biggest inspiration however, is the people that I meet and the interactions that ensue.
Peter Tilbrook is one of South Australia’s most accomplished entertainers starting in 1967 and a member of Masters Apprentices, one of the biggest bands in Australia’s history. The Masters were inducted into the ARIA Musical Hall of Fame in 1999 and Peter was inducted into the SA Music Hall of Fame in March 2014. Peter has a repertoire of 400 songs, specialising in his original music. He is as at home on electric guitar as he is on acoustic guitar. He last toured with Masters Apprentices in 2012 as part of the National GO SHOW Tour.
Philip Channells has been described as "...a man of deceptive surfaces - compact and powerfully built with an air of vitality and a healthy, country boy's face." He’s worked extensively throughout Australia and the UK, and more recently in Taiwan and Papua New Guinea. He has led scores of dance education teams on projects with young disengaged school-aged kids, people of all ages and diverse cultural backgrounds and created work with young and elderly dancers in community and professional settings.
I move across media reflecting the life I live
Inspired my nature, the colours the movement the creativity... the coming together so beautifully and I am surrounded by this every day. Every day is an opportunity to create and be involved with the process of creation. "Go forth with the courage that is not your own because its source is the source of all that is beautiful that is good that is true." D. Tutu
Watercolor, Colour pencil, Graphite & Digital 2012
I consider myself to be a mixed media artist with particular emphasis on the practice of experimental mark making. Mediums such as acrylic, oils, inks, chalk pastels and charcoal are a reoccurring characteristic in my work.