Artist: Marianne Foster Mediums: Acrylic on canvas Dimension: 50cm x 50cm x 4cm Artist Statement:
The Bird cage in the Darwin Botanical Gardens is a popular place to go with children. It has a very zen aspect to it when you are alone there. The bright green of the cage contrasting with the fallen tree which is utilised in the design, interests my facination mixing organic with man made shapes. I’m currently experimenting with colour schemes and brush.
View of a kingfisher
Artist: Veronica Hodges Mediums: Acrylic Dimension: 40cm x 50cm x 2cm Artist Statement:
Local artist Veronica Hodges paints in a variety of mediums and loves the NT for inspiration in flora and fauna
Artist: Mandy Rains Mediums: Paper clay, acrylic paint and wool Dimension: 20cm x 15cm x 25cm Artist Statement:
Homage to our family dog.
Artist: Anne McMaster Mediums: Watercolour Dimension: 50cm x 38cm x 2cm Artist Statement:
Organic aesthetics of stones found on the Noosa tide line are placed formally into a collective shape of adornment. The medium of watercolour create puddly transparent washes.
Artist: firstname.lastname@example.org Mediums: mixed media Dimension: 30cm x 20cm x 20cm Artist Statement:
There they go, that pair of scrubfowl, messing up my garden…!
Wait, is that their mound? You’re kidding! Its the size of my car!! Are they really chasing away their own young, and why are they screeching at them so loudly? And why in the middle of the night?! Why do they need to dig such a huge hole with those giant orange feet in the middle of my veggie patch? Why are they so indifferent to my efforts to make things nice?? Why???
Because they are native to this place. Indifferent to me, my garden, my borders, my rules… simply doing their own thing. On a land which after all used to be all theirs. Let them be.
Here is my loving tribute to the scrubfowl in all their messy, loyal, head bobbing, hesitant, natural, naughty, indignant, imperious, sleek, cheeky, noisy, beauty. ARGLE ARGLE ARRRRRK! ( …not that they care)
Artist: kim boardman Mediums: Paper clay Dimension: 20cm x 30cm x 20cm Artist Statement:
Kamahi’s workshop sculpting dogs was lots of fun
Artist: Amber Reid Mediums: Acrylic on canvas Dimension: 123cm x 6cm x 108cm Artist Statement:
This work explores the colours and atmosphere of the water and human interaction within it.
There is nothing more freeing than jumping in to open water, a brief moment of flying through the air and having zero gravity when you hit the water. I want to capture a sense of movement and playfulness in the figures jumping through the water full of flecks of sunlit colour.
Artist: Marianne Foster Mediums: Acrylic on canvas Dimension: 25cm x 60cm x 2cm Artist Statement:
Jingili Skatepark is such a fun place to hang out
A dogs perspective
Artist: Marianne Foster Mediums: Acrylic on canvas Dimension: 50cm x 60cm x 2cm Artist Statement:
Dogs have their own view on the world. I played with colour, fantasy and realism. I tried to capture that moment after a big walk when the dog is too puffed even chase a butterfly.
Artist: Samantha Galletly Mediums: Cardboard, wire, paper, liquid nails Dimension: 30cm x 20cm x 25cm Artist Statement:
Sculpture of my second born ‘Darwin Brown’, Boondie.
Artist: Kym Tucker Mediums: Satay sticks, carboard, masking tape, sticky tape, toilet paper mache Dimension: 24cm x 39cm x 25cm Artist Statement:
Made during the Camp Dog workshop.
Brownie is my pet Beaglier that I adopted from a family that could no longer care for him. He has become my best mate and life is so much better with him in it.
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