Kellie Hulm

Kellie Hulm is a painter who creates landscapes inspired by her travels. Hulm has exhibited in group shows 8 Artists (2013), Inspire (2016) at Artlands Dubbo, Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery. Kellie has opened two solo exhibitions Holiday (2018) at Riverina Community College Gallery and Around the World (2019) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery.

Steven O'Hara

Steven O'Hara is a painter, illustrator and sculptor whose works are heavily influenced by the outback and the bush. Steven has contributed works to End of Year Exhibition (2016) Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Bush Country (2017) and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery. In February 2020 Steven exhibited works at the NDIS Centre in Canberra.

Wayne Emerson

Wayne Emerson is a painter and textile artist who has exhibited for more than 30 years. Wayne’s artwork conveys an affinity with the natural environment. Wayne has exhibited in The Wagga Wagga Show (1987-2017), Art to Crow About (2005-2015), 8 Artists (2013) and the solo exhibitions Birds and Waterfalls (2017) and Love of Nature (2018). A short film about Wayne was featured on ABC TV, iView and Virgin Domestic Flights in 2018 as part of the Createability series.

Artists

Scott Lea

Scott Lea is an artist who has developed a unique illustration style inspired by objects that remind him of family members. As a dancer, from 2007-2014 he was a member of the Butoh inspired Twilight Dance Group. Scott has contributed artworks to Art to Crow About (2009-2017), 8 Artists (2013), Nothing Is Useless (2015), The Art Factory (2016) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Bush Country (2017) at Turbo Gallery and Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery.

Layla Bacayo

Layla Bacayo is an illustrator, painter, digital artist and DJ. Her work focuses on contemporary culture, luxury cars and new media channels such as YouTube. Layla’s exhibitions include Nothing Is Useless (2015), The Art Factory (2016) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Fast Car Girl (2017) Riverina Community College Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery. Layla is a confident spokeswoman and has hosted numerous forums, functions and productions.

Jacko Meyers

Jacko Meyers in an artist and performer who creates quirky paintings, drawings and performances about pop culture, Australian TV soapies, her family and friends. Meyers is a visible leader, having been featured in documentaries and short films, along with performing in experimental site-specific artworks, traditional theatre plays, and holding numerous group and solo exhibitions. Meyers was an Ambassador for Don’t Dis My Ability. 

Lorraine O'Hara

Lorraine is an artist based in Temora. She creates huge multi-coloured images inspired by everyday items. Lorraine has exhibited in Art to Crow About at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery. In early 2020, Lorraine’s paintings were featured in the Conference Centre of the University of Canberra.

Brae Tye

Brae creates works with sweeping and gestural movements often referencing the colours and shapes of the country. A video featuring Brae and his practice can be viewed here. Brae’s exhibitions include; Diversity (2018) at Riverina Community College Gallery, No Limits (2018), Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Samra Angilo

Samra is a dancer and painter who interprets portraits vibrantly in her work. She has exhibited in End of Year Exhibition (2018) at the Riverina Community College Gallery, Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Isobel Lambert

Isobel is an emerging artist who combines paint, pastel, fabric and thread to create interesting designs. Isobel has exhibited in End of Year Exhibition (2018), Beach Houses and Dreams (2019) at the Riverina Community College Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Rochelle Hapgood

Rochelle is an artist who works with paint, pencil, watercolour and prints. Her works are largely inspired by nature, often featuring flowers, trees and animals. She has contributed works to Art to Crow About, Beach Houses and Dreams (2019) at the Riverina Community College Gallery, Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Christelle Papadakis

Christelle is an artist whose interest in pop culture has led her to create contemporary zines, illustrations and sculptures featuring her favourite characters. Her works have been included in the Canned Art Project (2019), End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery and Halfway Print Festival (2020) at The Thirst Crow.

Raine Mitter

Raine is a drawer, painter and printmaker. She creates small characters and figures inspired by alternative popular culture. She has exhibited in End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Amanda Taylor

Amanda’s practice has spanned many decades across various mediums. She is drawn to the natural world, architecture, dreams and people. Recently Amanda has discovered an affinity for printmaking. She has exhibited in End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Richard Thomas

Richard is an established artist based in regional Temora. He is a painter and printmaker whose works display abstract intertwining forms with varying colours. He has exhibited in The Art Factory- Temora (2019) at the Bundawarrah Centre and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Tabitha Harmer

Tabitha is a writer, painter and illustrator who creates stories and contextualised images. She paints her characters to portray that they have overcome obstacles in their stories and display growth and change.

Damian Triulcio

Damian is an illustrator and writer who is interested in history and its cultures.  The historical characters he develops are thoroughly researched and illustrated contextually. In March of 2020 Damian featured works at Halfway Print Festival and read a scene from his accompanying screenplay.

Visit Damian's Deviant Art and Instagram.

Ivan Harradine

Ivan is a painter and printmaker based in Temora. He works display an abstract sense of nature and its forms. Ivan has exhibited in The Art Factory- Temora (2019) at the Bundawarrah Centre, and the End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

Laura Jack

Laura is a drawer and print-maker who creates pattern based repetitive works. She overlays monoprints to create textures and depth in her prints. Laura featured a series of prints at Halfway Print Festival 2020.

Adrian Buntin

Adrian is a writer, illustrator, sculptor and designer. He illustrates and creates outfits of characters from pop culture, often used for his cosplay. Adrian creates 3D printed sculptures varying from pendants inspired by games to parts of a costume he is designing.

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Annelise Triulcio

Annelise is a drawer who creates small characters and figures inspired by animals and natural elements. She meticulously chooses the colours for her works and is extremely detail oriented. Annelise featured illustrations at Halfway Print Festival 2020.

Ana

Ana is a young emerging illustrator and digital artist. She creates characters with depth and precision. Her works often feature whimsical and imaginative qualities. Ana featured works at Halfway Print Festival 2020.

Allison Davis

Allison is an artist based in rural Coolamon. She is a multi-skilled practitioner working with acrylic, illustration, watercolour, fabric and printmaking.

Bella Mullins

Bella is an emerging painter who uses bold strokes with brightly coloured paint to create textured works.

Chris Salter

Chris is an artist who intuitively creates shapes and patterns with pastel, oil pastel and paint.

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