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Conversation with Meredith Woolnough, Australia

Meredith Woolnough is an Australian artist working in the coastal region of Newcastle NSW. Her practice engages with the natural environment utilising the skeletal frameworks of flora and fauna as the basis of her own embroidered specimens. Threads are densely stitched into freeform sculptures that…

Conversation with Pam de Groot, Australia

Pam de Groot is Australian and has lived in the Blue Mountains since 1991. She began her creative career as a potter but has now moved to the field of fibre art. Here she found a material with qualities that resembled the clay. “In working…

Conversation with Peta Lloyd, Australia

Peta Lloyd is a visual artist incorporating printmaking and collage into assemblages, artist books, box works and wall narratives. Peta completed a Diploma of Visual Art in 2007 majoring in printmaking. Peta describes herself as a Bricoleur, a ‘Jill of all trades’, recycling, remaking and…

Conversation with Nonie Sutcliffe

Did you always envision a life as an artist? I came to seriously think of myself as a maker about 1983 when I began studying Weaving at Melbourne College of Textiles. Embroidery and felt-making followed on, rounding my skills and broadening my view of textiles.…

Conversation with Kay Lancashire

CONVERSATION WITH THE MAKER(CWTM) Did you always envision a life as an artist? KAY LANCASHIRE(KL) When at school, I wanted to be an art teacher and- well- unfortunately my results meant that I ended up in an office job, but I always had that in…

Conversation with Eszter Bornemisza

Conversation with the Maker(CWTM) Did you always envision a life as an artist? Eszter Bornemisza (EB) No, absolutely not. I graduated in mathematics, made my Ph.d, and worked nearly twenty years in the field. CWTM What was your first experience with making art? EB I started making…
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