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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…

Conversation with Cas Holmes

CONVERSATION WITH THE MAKERS(CWTM) Did you always envision a life as an artist? CAS HOLMES(CH) I cannot remember a time when I did not want to draw, to make to create. My father even found me in the middle of a big bonfire pile he…

Conversation with Claire Benn

CONVERSATION WITH THE MAKERS(CWTM)Did you always envision a life as an artist? Claire Benn(CB) No, whilst I was encouraged to engage with art from a young age (my father painted), I was too keen to become (financially) independent and leave home, which being an artist…
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