Josh Windram Artist – Up Close & Personal

Abstract Artist Josh Windram has travelled a long road to now be happily standing in his shoes today. After many years suffering a destructive substance addiction, Josh found the strength to change, and turned to art as a form of therapy for this healing process. Josh’s personal transformation through art therapy was monumental, and at […]

“Metamorphosis” Exhibition Ingrid Windram & Josh Windram 27th December

Metamorphosis is the title of Ingrid Windram and Josh Windram’s upcoming exhibition. It is about a transformational journey at a time in life that was met with great challenges. A reinvention of self gives rise to this new body of work that captures the true essence of each artist’s creative spirit. “Metamorphosis” by INGRID WINDRAM […]

Stephanie Reisch Artist – Up Close & Personal

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Belgian born Perth based artist Stephanie Reisch’s art references pre-history, shamanistic practices and primal landscapes. Her abstract forms are created using oil paints, natural pigments and ground substrates. Through her work Stephanie seeks to take the viewer beyond physical and instinctual responses, to create a deeper more subconscious connection. When did you first feel the […]

Landscape Yet Not Landscape – Opening Night Artist Speeches

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“Landscape Yet Not Landscape” exhibition opened on Saturday night 30th June with a lovely crowd who enjoyed the collaborative collection of fine furniture and artworks that fall into the realm of imaginative landscape. RALPH STANTON – paintings GEOFFREY WAKE – paintings GARY BENNETT & DAVID PARIS – fine furniture The audience enjoyed the speeches which […]

Ralph Stanton, Geoffrey Wake, JahRoc Furniture – Exhibition 30th June

A collaborative exhibition of fine art & designer furniture “LANDSCAPE YET NOT LANDSCAPE” RALPH STANTONGEOFFREY WAKEJAHROC FURNITURE “Landscape Yet Not Landscape” is a collaborative exhibition of fine furniture & art that falls into the realm of imaginative landscape, drawing inspiration from the South West of WA. Ralph Stanton and Geoffrey Wake are long time studio partners […]

Shane Moad features in the Creative Arist magazine

Beverley Artist Shane Moad tells all in this interview with CREATIVE ARTIST magazine. Published in edition number 20, Shane is featured in 2 articles, firstly as an ARTIST PROFILE and also a great article in the WORKSHOP.   Enjoy this fantastic insight into the creativity of Shane Moad. I was able to find my own […]

Liv Vardy Artist – Up Close & Personal

Inspired by nature and the stunning beaches of South West WA artist Liv Vardy paints impressionistic acrylic works that are full of movement and joy. Her superb eye for colour and skilful blending produces paintings that are suggestive of the natural world but which allow space for the viewer to create their own meaning. When […]

Geoffrey Wake Artist – Up Close & Personal

Geoffrey Wake is a respected and awarded artist who is also a long standing arts educator. Working from the Fremantle PSAS shared art space Geoffrey creates striking abstract acrylic paintings. With a long career of solo and shared shows Geoffrey has developed a unique style that has been collected by art galleries, public institutions and […]

Ralph Stanton Artist – Up Close and Personal

With a background in architecture/town planning Ralph Stanton found his way into visual arts later in life. Taking inspiration from the West Australian light and landscape and from Abstract Expressionism  – particularly the ideas of New York School painter Mark Rothko  – he creates striking paintings rich in colour and texture. As an artist he […]

Jon Denaro Artist – Up Close & Personal

Western Australian artist Jon Denaro is passionate about using found objects that guide his creative journey to the unique art piece that results. It is the making process itself that Jon values most above and beyond the finished piece. This leaves the viewer with a sense of purity, as if the artworks are using Jon […]