Di West is the latest Featured Artist for the artHIVESupdate. You can see more images online to get a small insight into Di's studio and practice.
Stay tuned to future artHIVESupdates to see more artists studios and work sites.
After taking out the Local Artist Award and receiving a Highly Commended at the Warwick Art Prize 2009, John Weeronga Bartoo has made the final of the Stan and Maureen Duke Gold Coast Art Prize 2009.
Celebrate the International Year of Natural Fibre by joining natural fibre papermaking, paper casting and weaving workshops with Lesa Hepburn and guest artist Adrienne Kneebone at the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens in November and December 2009. You can find all the details in News & Text.
Des Rolph has recently joined the stable of The Red Hill Gallery in Brisbane. A selection of works are now available for viewing.
Lola McFarlane's artwork is being seen and sold in all manner of places. Recently a favourite work (Reclining Nude painted by Lola in 2000) was sold at the Women's Legal Service Art Auction and the commission donated to a good cause. In the lead up to Christmas, there will be portfolios with original works on paper for sale.