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 believe being creative in life brings out your childlike inspirations, so you can be the best version of yourself and find joy in everyday life.
That’s why I have spent years researching creative women and integrating their proven tools to support you on your creative, second journey in life.
Which means you can join me for an introductory two-hour creativity workshop, so you can rekindle your creative spark, while connecting with like-minded women in a supportive and relaxed environment.
Donna’s practice is based in mixed media with a focus on textiles, collage and assemblage.
Donna exhibits regularly with Gateway Gallery and in both joint and solo exhibitions.
Donna enjoys sharing her skills in both collage and stitch in workshops and with her peers and the community. She has run collage workshops in conjunction with exhibitions at the Albury Library Museum, Write Around the Murray Festival and at Gateway Gallery and facilitates contemporary play mixed media stitch groups. Her collaged works were part of the City of Wodonga Ephemeral Art Public display in 2022. Two of her stitched works form part of the Southern Midlands Council (Tas) Art Collection.
Donna’s work is thematic and influenced by an idea, material at hand and surroundings. Donna’s work can be found on her website. She welcomes commission and workshop enquiries.
Marie has been practicing as a full time visual artist since 2018 following a long career as an art educator having studied at Melbourne State College majoring in painting and ceramics. Marie works in a wide range of visual media including painting, photography, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, and sculpture. Her art practice is deeply contemplative, allowing space and time to investigate the natural world with a keen interest in what lies hidden or out of sight such as the organic marks created by scribbly gum moths under the bark of gum trees. Working intuitively she responds to the ebb and flow of life deeply influenced by the Beechworth Gorge, Stanley Forest and the diverse and historic gardens at Mayday Hills where her art studio is situated. Marie’s work echoes the organic qualities of nature and explores the notion of transience, liminal spaces and the interconnectedness of all life forms. Many of her artworks incorporate layers of collaged mono prints overlaid with ink and textural areas of paint inviting the viewer to be still and to contemplate what might be just below the surface. Marie’s work has been exhibited in Darwin, Melbourne and Beechworth and her upcoming solo exhibition Threshold will be held at the Murray Art Museum Albury MAMA from the 5th April 2024 until 26th May 2024.
Silvereye Press is a printmaking studio for collaborative projects, artist services and workshops.
Established by artist and printmaker, Kasia Fabijańska, the studio has facilities for intaglio and relief printing, it is a place for collaborative or commissioned projects, artists’ services such as editioning, and workshops. The studio is located on the Murray River in Albury, N.S.W. and operates on a flexible, appointment only basis.
If you are seeking to produce a print with a printmaker, learn traditional etching, or have a project idea to discuss, have a look at the Silvereye Press website and get in touch through the contact form or sign up to the newsletter.