Arvin Abbassian QLD – Coral Rehab   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? I love the power of expression & total freedom art enables. I think art can envelop a sense of empathy and help us better understand people, places, periods of history, and issues with which we may otherwise be unfamiliar with.
Dragons Abreast Australis QLD – The Good Ship Awareness   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? As an eclectic group we naturally would provide a wide range of answers to the following questions, but we would all agree that there is unlimited satisfaction in fulfilling the creative urge. Do you have a favourite
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Giuseppe Filardo QLD – Lobsterarri   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? Thinking up new ideas and helping them become reality. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? Anything really, from paper, canvas, metal, wood to discarded rubbish. Would you rather share an Uber with Barbara Hepworth or Cornelia
Greg Quinton NSW – Uneven Playing Field. What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? Art is one of the few pursuits that allows you to use your head, heart and hands at the same time. Often one will surprise the others. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? I like
Claudia De Salvo QLD – Critically Endangered What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? I love the sense of catharsis that comes with developing and pushing my creative process. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? Ceramics! I have also recently expanded my practice to include the use of local
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Dion Parker QLD – Ohhh snap. What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? The freedom to express myself and my emotions, experimenting with different materials and techniques and seeing people engage with my work. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? At the moment it’s bronze. Trusty old pencil and
Andrew Cullen NSW – Diligent What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? Having worked predominantly on large scale sculptures and public art pieces for the past 10 years I find the ‘buzz’ comes from when I challenge myself and struggle toward actualisation. Because installations are always so hot and hectic it’s rarely the day

Oh its such a perfect day

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GERMAN JAUREGUI – ‘GO WITH THE FLOW’

German Jauregui QLD– Flow. The power of a single golden module has been created with simple geometry to bring harmony when it blends with itself into the greater pattern of a single whole. Geometry is the language of man to provide rhythm to the eye and these rhythms are the root of human activities. Flow represents this imperceptible rhythm, with a hidden sequence behind the intense and passionate red colour. A piece with multiple points of view.
Russell Solomon Food for Thought Photo: Masa Russell Solomon QLD – Food for thought. Rubbing Buda’s belly for good luck, rolling the ball in the lion’s mouth and spinning prayer wheels in temples are some examples of interactions with sculptural forms. As a young boy my Grandfather introduced me to the Paul Klee image of