Meet our Artists

Rodney Williams

Rodney Williams Writing poems for over 50 years, Rodney Williams is the editor of ‘Catchment – Poetry of Place’, a literary journal within the Bbaa website. Its first edition went live online…

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Kelly Williamson

Kelly Williamson Kelly Williamson has always leaned toward creativity and spent her childhood exploring dance, drama, and poetry. As an adult she has also enjoyed photography. Her eldest son had been…

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Wendy Twyerould

Wendy Twyerould My artistic journey began in the early years of my education when we were asked to design a ‘fire prevention’ poster. I still have the book I won…

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Cheryl Cook

Cheryl Cook t all begins with an idea. A feeling of home, of place and of the heart. That is the driving focus of my work – to bring you…

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Ross Jacka

Ross Jacka Once upon a time I studied at RMIT and majored in Fine Arts. It was an amazing time just to be able concentrate on art and coffee but…

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Barbara Gogerly

Barbara Gogerly Art has been a wonderful adventure which started with paper and pencil, as a child trying to capture that which was around me, but I had to wait…

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Heather Easdown

Heather Easdown I make macramé wall décor and jewellery, using natural products, mainly cotton, jute and hemp, with embellishments from wood, glass, clay or metal. I prefer bush sticks rather…

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Ty Clare Thody

Ty Clare Thody I usually work in acrylics because they are so convenient to correct and easy to clean up. I also work in oils when I can too. My…

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Dot Thorne

Dot Thorne I have been drawing for as long as I can remember, but didn’t start thinking seriously until I was about 30. Realistic and traditional at first, very good…

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Jane Bari

Jane Bari A lifelong enchantment with colour, form and texture. I divide my time across general jewellery and bead embroidery jewellery and indie hand dyeing both Merino tops and pure…

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Pauline Bailey

Pauline Bailey I’ve always had an interest in art and loved to draw as a child however I didn’t get back into it until later in life when I enrolled…

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Jill Loader

Jill Loader Previously I have worked in porcelain paper clay and raku clay I specialised in ceramics at RMIT University. I am enjoying working with a combination of polymer clay,…

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Joan Best

Joan Best Joan Best is the newest member of the Baw Baw Arts Alliance Committee of Management. She has brought lots of energy and enthusiasm to the Arts Alliance as…

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Debora Johnson

Debora Johnson When l create a picture l usually use a variety of mediums; distress Inks, dyes, pencils, textas, glitterand gel pens, but l do like to experiment. My favourite medium…

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Kathlene Kendall

Kathlene Kendall Kathleen works with a variety of mediums from traditional paints to mixed media. Originally, she was looking for her final subject matter and style, through experimentation with various…

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Ingrid Thomas

Ingrid Thomas Currently Ingrid is doing a great deal of work in acrylics because she likes the fact that they dry quickly and she can paint in layers. She enjoys…

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Russell Monson

Russell Monson I have always had a fascination with photography, having wanted a camera from my teen years. With a background in the Physical Sciences and an interest in technology,…

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Liz Bowley

Liz Bowley Although I studied art right through school and was encouraged by artistic parents, my passion for art lay dormant until the children left home. A voucher for lessons…

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Ling Wang

Ling Wang At the age of 5, the year before I started primary school, my parents decided to keep me at home for a year after they were no longer…

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Deb Wearne

Deb Wearne Deb Wearne is a frequent contributor to Baw Baw Arts Alliance exhibitions and the shops in both the Yarragon Station Gallery and the Trafalgar Artspace. Her wearable art…

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Donna Mitchell

Donna Mitchell Art has been a passion of mine since I was a child. I loved to enter my work in school competitions held at our local flower show in…

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Heather Brimblecombe

Heather Brimblecombe If you have ever been to the Friday Fibre Group you will most likely have seen the meticulous and creative work of felter, Heather Brimblecombe. It is always…

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Wendy Hitchins

Wendy Hitchins If you haven’t yet met Canadian born glass bead artist, Wendy Hitchins, make sure you do not miss either the Warragul Arts Market Wendy also participates in Open…

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Anita George

Anita George Learning Calligraphy is like learning music; practice, practice; exact forms; exact shapes; each style different pen angles, heights, shapes. With practice you find your rhythm. I did a…

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Elsa Rabin

Elsa Rabin Forty years ago Elsa Rabin accidentally became interested, with some success, in painting portraits and animals but she found it an expensive hobby. However her interest continued on…

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Deborah Churchill

Deborah Churchill I am a mixed medium artist, frequently experimenting with the compatibility of all mediums and techniques but I have a particular love of pen and ink, which is…

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Dale Plew

Dale Plew Dale Plew is a relative newcomer to the world of professional artists but his pen and ink drawings are an inspiration to both professional and amateur artists. His…

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Jessie McLennan

Jessie McLennan I was born in Bairnsdale and spent my early years in an idyllic, isolated life on the Ninety Mile Beach bordering the Gippsland Lakes. I was very fond…

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Liz Harbridge

Liz Harbridge Liz Harbridge is an artist who works mainly with fabrics and found objects. She compliments these with eco dyeing, fabric manipulation, machine and hand stitching. These days much…

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Lynne Hall

Lynne Hall I am a mainly self taught artist.   I have always loved art and as a little child pencil and paper were never far away. At 30 years…

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