IMAGES and INFORMATION ON THE EXHIBITING ARTISTS
"My ceramic (paperclay) and compressed paper sculptured forms are made from thousands of parts, like the thousands of people and experiences that make up our lives.
Graham Hay has given workshops on his unique techniques in Australia, Singapore, Scotland, Wales, and in Lithuania and Hungary.
This year Graham has been busy with workshops/exhibitions/commissions in the eastern states, and the community pottery and sculpture classes he has provided in the studio since 1998.
Mobile: 0432 978 733
"My area of interest in Robertson Park is the play area for children and through mark making and imagery, portraying various associated aspects of movement and shape.
Carol has returned from Sydney and well as participating in this exhibition, has been busy preparing for an exhibition at Code Red.
Mobile:0422 888 245
“In creating images which are not exact representations of things in the world, I can construct a new world of imagery suggesting the already existing, and in so doing invite reflection and recollection.
Most happily, it is an activity which requires neither long, thin legs nor good teeth.
Frances exhibits regularly and has provided community painting classes in the studio since 2001.
Mobile: 0422 197 305
"Creating art, sharing the studio’s space with my fellow artists, is for me a privilege. Being constantly ‘touched’ by the others’ inspirations is a real gift. We artistically grow faster. I become enriched every day.
Umberto Alfaro has recently finished his successful third solo exhibition “Pulpitations III” at Tresillian in Nedlands.
He also runs Spanish language classes.
Telephone: 08 9345 0100
Western Australian artists often forge new frontiers, perhaps because of the creativity that comes from the isolation of our state, or perhaps it is the environment that nurtures a free spirit.
Robust and vibrant, forcibly connecting us with the shocking beauty of our natural environment, the drama Susanne creates in her work is not in the content of what she paints, but rather in her interpretation.
Mobile: 041 779 2227
Studio practice + Art = Interaction
This installation and performance developed through my on-going residences in Palawan, Philippines and Perth, Western Australia. Images of a Palawan house are projected onto the mosquito net representing the illusionary home transporting it to its new neighbourhood. Inside the net will be my transient studio where people can interact and play the instruments provided.
Diokno also provides workshops in batik-making and for anyone interest in learning to play traditional musical instruments from the Philippines.
Mobile: 0437 060 903