Here at Art Parts Fine Arts Supplies, our team carefully curates a range of top quality and great value art supplies for students, amateurs and professional artists. Our creative workshops, held in our Gallery space, are run by experienced, high calibre artists ranging through all different mediums and experience levels.
I specialise in watercolour and hand drawn natural history inspired illustrations, taking inspiration from the beauty and awe of the natural world.
Based in rural Victoria at the foothills of the high country (Dhudhuroa Country) I work as a freelancer, taking on a wide range of commissions for editorial, surface pattern design, bespoke illustration and hand crafted logo design.
Kirrily Anderson is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Chiltern. The primary focus of her creative practice is a blend of bold murals and delicate ink and watercolour works on paper, with the common them of nature running through these two different art forms.
With a background in graphic design and street art, Kirrily’s current practice has been heavily informed by her surrounds in North East Victoria after moving from Melbourne in 2017. She has received a number of art awards and completed over 20 murals in the region in this time.
Past projects include working with community, schools, government organisations, small businesses and private collectors. Clients include Wodonga Council, Albury City Council, DWELP, Ritz-Carlton Melbourne, Caulfield Grammar, Yackandandah Primary School, Falls Creek Child Care, James & Co Rutherglen and Bridge Road Brewers.
Kirrily has a passion for art as a means of connection and conversation and to promote a slower pace. She continues to explore these themes in her work following a number of projects in bushfire recovery zones since 2020. For more details visit her website or social pages.
I am an artist, designer and tutor working in hand crafted lettering design, Celtic art, drawing, painting and mixed media works on paper, canvas and glassware. I am also experimenting with printmaking, pyrography, engraving & decorating gourds.
I have 30+ years of creating commission pieces for individuals, groups and councils.
I work solo, in collaborations and with groups of other artists in both similar and different genres of art.
I teach online art students in my weekly classes, with 30+ years of sharing my skills, knowledge and creative approach.
I welcome new and different commissions with excitement at every new challenge.
I do a range of practices from painting and drawing to prop making and mini dioramas but i mainly stick to drawings and dioramas, I would love for people to be interested in what i do and how i do the thing i do in the future.
Pinky is a bubbly local artist who enjoys delivery workshops to her community based on her broad range of artistic practices. She is an Illustrator, Potter and textile artist who finds joy in combining mediums and techniques to create interesting works with sustainability always in her mind. Harnessing botanical colour across a range of mediums is also a continuous theme in her work. Pinky is a little Neuro-spicy and really loves to deliver artistic projects that benefit students and community members with disabilities. Currently, her time is divided neatly between creating ceramics in her home studio, teaching creative workshops and illustration work.
Vicki is a career artist who began as a Graphic Designer specialising in design and illustration. She is a Director of Magic Design Workshop which is the oldest graphics business in the region.
Mid career she retrained for Fine Arts and has a practise that includes Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Assemblage, Installation, Workshops, Public Art, regular government commissions and exhibitions.
Vicki taught drawing and painting at TAFE Riverina Institute for many years and is a strong believer in collaboration and sharing of skills.
A long career of commercial experience means that Vicki brings reliability and professionalism to all her projects and welcomes any job whatever the size or complexity.