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OPEN STUDIOS: EMILY JACKSON

By Linda Cull • September 20th, 2019

My artsy friends and I left Fi Wilkie’s studio buzzing and walked along a charming country back lane where shrubs spilled over fence tops. Next on our Margaret River Region Open Studios agenda: Emily Jackson’s art studio! Known widely for her amazing printmaking of local nature, we couldn’t wait to see where she created.     We entered a neat rustic garden through a side gate with a blue art studioRead more…

OPEN STUDIOS: FI WILKIE

By Linda Cull • July 19th, 2019

If you love seeing women’s creative spaces and artworks (like I do!) then you’re going to enjoy my Open Studios series featuring the working studios of five talented painters and printmakers from Western Australia’s South West. I was very fortunate to visit Margaret River Region Open Studios in May, along with my arty friends. It’s the biggest art event of its kind in Australia, an annual festival that invites theRead more…

ARTIST TESSA JOY AND PEOPLE FROM FARAWAY PLACES

By Linda Cull • December 16th, 2016

When I met with artist Tessa Joy in Fremantle, Western Australia, at the historic Kidogo Arthouse, there was a wedding florist preparing the space for a mid-afternoon ceremony. What a beautiful place to be married in! The bride and groom would be exchanging their vows in this little bit of heaven by the sea, in view of my friend’s soulful art being exhibited on its walls. Tessa and I didRead more…

A ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

By Linda Cull • June 19th, 2016

Targa Tasmania is the ultimate tarmac rally with the biggest collection of tarmac rally cars in the world ranging from little Fiats to powerful Porsches… In April, Louise Paul, an artist from Perth, Western Australia, joined 96 female navigators for Tasmania Targa’s 25th anniversary setting a new Targa record from a record 382-strong field. Louise is a self-proclaimed rev-head who loves the adrenalin rush she gets from high speeds, tight bends,Read more…