Sue Hibbert was born in Perth, Western Australia. Her watercolour paintings capture the flow of light and mood upon an object or landscape with the use of expressive washes of colour and calligraphic brushstrokes.
Pip is a mixed media artist who is currently focused on applying traditional techniques such as appliqué, embroidery and quilting to create a warm and engaging contemporary look using new, vintage and reclaimed compostable plant-based materials. Pip’s creative pursuits are underpinned by an interest in environmental wellbeing, personal stories, colour and repetitive mark making.
Caroline Marinovich has done art all her life and gained a BA (Fine Arts) Honours degree obtaining firsts for painting and design. Thereafter she worked in the film industry. Two of her favourite achievements are being a finalist in the 2008 Black Swan Portrait Prize, and running the plein air workshops for the Gallery of West Australia in 2010 in conjunction with the Mc Cubbin exhibition.
Valerie enjoys the challenge of combining theory with the practice of art, be it the thrill of captured light or the power of primary and blended colours. Valerie works in oils, acrylics and mixed media.
Art is a reflection of life. Blessed are those who find joy in the simple and beauty in the ordinary. I find immense joy in the process of creating. I love to paint from life and sketch on location, capturing fleeting moments for posterity. I like to paint portraits of people, places, plants and animals. I try to capture not just the likeness but the essence of my subjects. I tend to use a limited palette to achieve harmony in my work.
We are a community of artists engaged in fine art printmaking using traditional and contemporary techniques. We support experienced and emerging printmakers with education, skill development and opportunities to exhibit works. Our studio at Tresillian provides a workspace for Members to work on their own or on collaborative projects.