Francoise works from her art studio in Cooran.She is a story teller and her canvasses weave mythology, symbols, and sacred geometry.Francoise is also inspired by the beauty of the Noosa Hinterland, and intuitively unleashes her free spirit on the canvas, with vibrant coloured and abstract impressions.
Nicole is a local artist living on acreage in the Noosa hinterland with her partner & children. Nicole enjoys painting seascapes with oils capturing beautiful natural scenery around Australia and New Zealand. Nicole enjoys travelling, photography, music, writing, cooking, teaching and helping others.
Mark’s inspired by Australian wildlife, the natural world and the wonders of the underwater world. Typically, he explores the notion of zoomorphism, attributing animal characteristics to humans. It is an avenue for him to honour bonding relationships. His exquisite engravings are fine, complex illustrations, telling the stories of multifaceted relationships.
Jacqueline has attended landscape painting courses both in Australia and in The Netherlands.Her intention is to pleasantly remind viewers of distinctly unique aspects of Australia’s environment, namely the flora, fauna and seascapes.She is passionate about the Paperbark tree, otherwise known as the Melaleuca Quinquenervia, Punk Tree or Niaouli.
Andrew’s current interest is in the colour and textural qualities of acrylic paint. His paintings are described as abstract impressions of the natural environment that provoke an emotional response. His paintings are held in private collections in Sydney, Adelaide and Munich. He works in paint and mixed media.
Jayne’s a professional artist with a unique style. Her bold, fluid, textural works reflect our natural environment. The use of colour and light ‘invite’ the observer to engage with the painting. “The exhibition is a symphony of colour…these paintings could fill any room with energy…a stimulating exhibition.” Oman Observer
Gabi Timm’s multidisciplinary practice spans across sculpture, printmaking, painting and handmade artisan jewellery. Her wearable treasures, inspired by nature, are a fusion of recycled, up-cycled and ethically sourced materials. Her studio is an eclectic collection of objects and materials where Gabi explores and experiments with unconventional art processes.
Shelley Owen is an emerging artist residing in Noosa. Combined with her love of colour, her art is bold, energetic and uplifting. Her artworks are unique, multi-layered creations, expressing aspects of her experiences in life, inspired by her love of the ocean as well as her spirited connection with nature
Lucy is an artist and art teacher, working from her studio in Tewantin. She draws on the natural environment exploring shapes, pattern, and texture with a focus on repetition. Obsessed with fine lines and details, Lucy works on paper and canvas, experimenting with an ever-changing array of mediums and processes.
Bold and saturated colour is central to Jodie‘s art. Drawing inspiration from vivid colour relationships within Australian flora and fauna, the Artist features extravagant floral arrangements and exotic vases in her modern still life pieces. Jodie also paints vibrant colour fields in her expressionist abstract paintings.
Welcome to Lee Birch’s world of colour, heart and soul, where vibrant and energetic paintings invite you to immerse yourself in tranquility and beauty. Lee is an intuitive, abstract artist who takes inspiration from the calming ocean colours of Noosa National Park. Allow yourself to feel atpeace by her art.
Discover Ursula’s increasingly popular Pointillist paintings! Come, see, discover for yourself. Wouldn’t you love to collect and own beautiful light filled spiritual healing art? Let it enrich your life and easily transform your home into an inspiring healing space, magically drawing you into your innate resourcefulness, health, wellbeing and joy.
Trevor is an experienced artist, designer, and teacher. He creates images using visual memories and is inspired by an obsession with nature’s patterns and colours. Whether acrylics on canvas or works on paper, they are bold, energetic, dramatic, and a response to some of Australia’s extraordinary natural places.
Sancha’s creative skills range from mixed media to vibrant acrylics on canvas, ink and botanical press. Her preference leans towards contemporary landscape and still life. Sancha has had 9 exhibitions and her work has gone to all areas throughout Australia and overseas also resident artist at Eumundi Road Gallery
Nedra is a storyteller. Her art depicts personal responses to the Australian environment, wildlife and human activity. Pieces invite viewers to share their own experiences, interpreting the use of Nedra’s wealth of visual language elements and techniques. Artworks range through watercolour, acrylic and extensive use of mixed media and drawing.
Debra Hutton, lived in Sydney, established Artist and Art Consultant creates in Colin Passmore’s Art House Studio, Lake Cootharaba.Her interplay of colour and layering creates a stunning rhythmic work, that brings the viewer into her world of Italy, a life of travel she remembers during her years with Qantas.
Stacey lives and paints amongst the beautiful beaches of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Her current series of watercolour paintings explores the many wonderful qualities of coastal life. Characterized, by a captivating sense of connection, her minimalist style speaks of an uncluttered life and gratitude for the simple things that bring joy.
Sarah’s ceramic work is distinctive for her detailed decoration utilizing the ancient arts of sgraffito and mishima. Her designs are often inspired by plant life, especially flowers, leaves and wild grasses. Sarah also draws and paints in ink, watercolour and acrylic, with occasional additions of texture with yarn and fabric.
Jan’s art filled with colour, life, created with acrylic, mixed media, collage and found objects. Her hand-made stencils and scratching and scraping add interest and texture. With recent successful exhibitions, Jan is looking forward to showing her new work at Noosa Open Studios 2023. Her photographs have been sold worldwide.
Saren’s expressive and narrative works are animated with colour and emotion. A professional oil painter for over 30 years, her work is held in public and private collections. Her distinctive style is bold, painterly and thoughtful. She sensitively portrays our humanity, exploring our universal internal landscapes with humour and insight.
Susan’s paintings are contemporary and figurative with subtle abstract elements and surprises. Acrylic and oil layered and rubbed back evoking nostalgia. Inviting appreciation for the taken for granted, reflecting concern for the environment and sustainable living. Her works are exhibited, awarded and collected nationally and internationally.
Working in oil and acrylic, Jenny constructs bold landscape images abstracted from the visible world, building a composition of fragmented memories drawn from her physical, spiritual and emotional recollections. Distinct and multifaceted images solidify a natural presence – one of the weather, colour and texture of foliage.
With a passion for alternative firing methods, Kay uses organic materials to create unique Saggar and Raku fired ceramics.
Kay’s paintings are abstracted from nature and reflect a deep connection to her local environment. Her preferred medium is oil and cold wax.
Constant experimentation is key to her practice.
For many years, Jen has enjoyed palette knife painting Noosa’s beaches. Her latest series Noosa from above, a bird’s point of view “perspective” incorporating the water ways and Noosa’s Everglades. Intriguing the viewer to be challenged by objects and shapes, with the sunlight and shadows approximating the east coasts time
Robyns work mainly focuses on Realism in Portraiture & figurative work in oils, which she has studied in depth over many years. Recently, Robyn has exhibited in Salon De Refuses Brisbane Portrait Prize, Salon De Refuses John Villiers Outback Prize, Petrie Gallery Brisbane & Mirror-Mirror at the Butter Factory.
Sonia’s art brings the lush tropical surrounds of nature into the home with her modern colourful botanicals and Australian flora’n’fauna. Painting is an expression of passion for her environment, the lush colours and shapes of the surrounding rainforests, coral reefs and hinterland, capturing the essence of nature on canvas.
Take a deep breath and immerse yourself into Beatrice’s studio. Her creative place is an amphitheatre of green where you will journey throughout underwater dreams. Inspired by the organic geometries of coral life, Beatrice paints XLarge canvasses and carves aluminium. Her art is like a reef on steroids.
Alison is a self-taught artist who loves to hunt down second hand items and turns them into imaginative sculptures in her many creative moments. She creates fantastic robots, birds, insects, colourful earrings and other fantasy pieces. Alison has embraced abstract painting in mixed media giving her a new direction.
Painting asks questions. Jule works by capturing the essence of curiosity, keeping itself fresh until it reveals itself. She paints people, landscapes, flora, still-life, figures in settings and life as she sees it. Acrylic, gouache, oil and drawings with a strong sense of colour and gesture in a contemporary style.
Trevor is an award winning artist. His energetic, contemporary outback paintings are now collected all around Australia including by many commercial art galleries in the capital cities. His popular Energise Your Painting workshops attract art hungry students to his Maluti Studio and to his famous outback painting experiences.
Marg is a mixed media artist, watercolorist and a creator of unique cyanotypes. Inspiration for Marg comes from the beauty and detail found in the environment where she loves to push the boundaries of traditional watercolour to create colourful and engaging artworks that will brighten any contemporary wall space.