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Scott Lea

Scott Lea is an artist who creates drawings, prints and paintings inspired by music, flowers and objects that remind him of his family. Drawing from his experience as a dancer, Lea was a member of the Butoh inspired Twilight Dance Group from 2007-2014. In 2020 Lea performed at Artstate in (Un)Usual: When the Strange Becomes Familiar at Wagga Wagga Civic Centre. Scott has exhibited in group shows including The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College Gallery, 5 Years (2021) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery and Bush Country (2018) at Turbo Gallery in Rainbow, Victoria. In 2022 he presented a solo exhibition Flowers, Music and Life at Riverina Community College Gallery. 

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Jacko Meyers

Jacko Meyers is an multidisciplinary artist who explores pop culture and portraiture of Australian Soapy stars, family, friends and local personalities. Meyers explores her subjects through painting, drawing and performance art.  Meyers is a visible leader, with her practice being featured in documentaries and short films, and performing in collaborative site-specific experimental artworks and traditional theatre plays. Jacko presented Summer Bay and Beyond (2018) a solo exhibition at Riverina Community College Gallery and has contributed work to group exhibitions including Mystery Parody and the Propaganda (2022) 5 Years (2021) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and In the Jungle (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery. Jacko is a lead artist in Dystopian Universe, an exhibition at the E3 Art Space, Wagga Wagga.

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Layla Bacayo

Layla Bacayo is a multidisplinary artist who brings together illustration, digital art and painting with her DJ persona DJ Lay Da Best. Her work highlights contemporary culture, luxury cars and new media. Since her solo exhibition, Fast Car Girl (2017) at Riverina Community College Gallery, Bacayo has been in numerous group exhibitions and presented floor talks, at Shift (2019), Coolamon Up-to-Date Store and Yeild (2019) Griffith Regional Art Gallery. In 2021 she exhibited Mash-Up at The Curious Rabbit, a collaboration with Sarah McEwan, and international artist Veronica Watson. Their series of work was featured in Portrait Magazine, National Portrait  Gallery. In 2022 Bacayo contribution to the arts was recognised, being awarded the Achievement Award for Community Colleges Australia Student Award.

Artists

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Kellie Hulm

Kellie Hulm creates large scale paintings of interiors and landscapes inspired by favourite puzzle designs and her travels around the world. She has presented two solo exhibitions: Around the World (2019) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, and Holiday (2018) at Riverina Community College Gallery. Hulm has participated in numerous group exhibitions including The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College, 5 Years (2021) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at HR Gallop Gallery.

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Lorraine O'Hara

Lorraine O'Hara is an artist based in Temora, a rural township in the Riverina. She creates huge multi-coloured images inspired by the everyday. O'Hara has exhibited in 5 Years (2021) at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, End of Year Exhibition (2019) at HR Gallop Gallery and Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery. Lorraine presented her first solo exhibition Colourful Wonderful (2021) at the E3 Art Space in Wagga Wagga and a banner of her work Vegetable Patches was featured from December 2021- February 2022 in the Civic Centre precinct, Wagga Wagga.

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Isobel Lambert

Isobel Lambert is an emerging artist who uses paint, pastel, fabric and printmaking. Lambert combines processes and materials to create multi-layered imagery. Isobel has exhibited in group exhibitions, Together More Than Ever (2021) at the Riverina Community College Gallery, 5 Years (2021) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and Beach Houses and Dreams (2019) with Rochelle Hapgood at Riverina Community College Gallery. Isobel is an accomplished emcee, hosting numerous arts events including Finissage at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and Supported Studio Forum at E3 Art Space.

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Rochelle Hapgood

Rochelle Hapgood creates works on paper, using paint, pencil and watercolour and a range of drawing and printmaking processes. Hapgood's works are largely inspired by nature, often featuring flowers, trees and animals. Hapgood presented a series of monoprints in Beach Houses and Dreams (2019) an exhibiton with Isobel Lambert at the Riverina Community College Gallery and has had works in group shows Bursting at the Seams (2022), Pop Up online (2020),Yield (2019) at Griffith Regional Gallery and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at HR Gallop Gallery.

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Brae Tye

Brae Tye creates works with gestural and sweeping movements, creating immediate mark-making that often references the colours and shapes of country. In 2018 Tye's practice was featured in a short film by Next in Line Films. Footage for the film was taken during Tye's solo exhibition No Limits (2018) on display at Riverina Community College Gallery. Tye has also exhibited in numerous group shows at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, including 5 Years (2021) and Miyagan (Relations) (2020).

 

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Leeanna Wheeler

Leeanna Wheeler is an emerging artist based in Gundagai, she is interested in Celtic arts and alternative media. Wheeler sculpts, paints and draws, and combines media to explore dimension. Wheeler has exhibited in several group shows, juxtapose (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery and Pop Up an online exhibition (2021).

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Liam Campbell

Liam Campbell is an artist who has developed a distinct style. His bold, and illustrative portraits, are painted with bright contrasting colours and depict favourite characters from films, games and tv shows. Campbell presented a series of portraits in Comfort Binge (2021), a solo exhibition at Riverina Community College Gallery and has contributed works to group shows Rainbow Six at NDIS Centre Canberra, juxtapose (2021) and Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery. In 2022, Liam is working on a series of paintings to be exhibited in the NDIS Centre in Canberra.

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Christelle Papadakis

Christelle is an emerging artist with an interest in pop culture, her works feature favourite characters and celebrities. Working with pens and pencils Papadakis depicts these characters in her own illustrative style, placing them within stories in a series of zines, and developing paper sculptures. Her works have been included in Dystopian Future (2022) at the E3 Art Space, the Canned Art Project (2019), End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery, Halfway Print Festival (2020/2022) at The Thirsty Crow, Looking Forward an online exhibition (2020), and Bursting at the Seams (2022). 

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Bella Mullins

Bella Mullins is an emerging artist who creates bold expressive strokes with brightly coloured paint to create textured works on paper. Mullin's work has been included in multiple group exhibitions, including Movie Show (2022) at the NDIS Centre in Canberra, Bursting at the Seams (2022), Together More Than Ever (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery and Looking Forward (2020) an online exhibition. Bella is working towards a joint exhibition with Laura Jack.

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Raine Mitter

Raine is a drawer, painter and printmaker. She creates small intricate figures inspired by alternative popular culture. She has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College Bursting at the Seams (2022), Together More Than Ever (2021) at Riverina Community College, Looking Forward an online exhibition (2020) and End of Year Exhibition (2019) at the HR Gallop Gallery.

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Jess Brauman

Jess is an emerging artist who is developing skills with a range of mediums including acrylic paint, oil pastel, soft pastel and pencil. Jess has exhibited in juxtapose (2021) and Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery.

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Tanya Crawshaw

Tanya is an artist based in rural Ganmain. Her practice is influenced by lived experience and the transformation of that encounter into modern abstract works. Tanya has exhibited in her solo exhibition Chicken Dancing on a Trampoline at Riverina Community College Gallery and the group exhibitions 5 Years (2021) at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and Walking Country (2021) at the Anne Harding Conference Centre in Canberra.

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Tabitha Harmer

Tabitha is a writer, painter and illustrator who creates images with detailed histories. Her characters often reflect the obstacles the characters have overcome in life. Tabitha has exhibited in Looking Forward (2020) an online exhibition and The Art Factory (2020) at the Curious Rabbit. Tabitha is working on a series of paintings for the upcoming exhibition Mystery Parody & The Propaganda at Riverina Community College.

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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. Damian’s limited Radio Drama- Nemisis; The Jaded Millennium was released in July 2021. He also featured Dossier’s and original artworks at the annual Halfway Print Festival. Damian is a lead artist in Dystopian Universe, an exhibition at the E3 Art Space, Wagga Wagga.

Visit Damian's Deviant Art and Instagram.

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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. Adrian has exhibited in Bursting at the Seams (2022) at Riverina Community College Gallery, Together More Than Ever (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery and The Art Factory (2020) at the Curious Rabbit. Damian is a lead artist in Dystopian Universe, an exhibition at the E3 Art Space, Wagga Wagga.

Visit Adrian's Instagram.

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Laura Jack

Laura is a drawer and printmaker who creates pattern based repetitive works. She overlays monoprints to create textures and depth in her prints. Laura has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College, Looking Forward an online exhibition (2020), End of Year Exhibition (2018) at HR Gallop Gallery. Laura is working towards a joint exhibition with fellow artist Bella Mullins.

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Michael Beeson

Michael is an artist originally from Tumut. He has a background in woodwork and has delved into fine art in recent years. Michael has exhibited in Rainbow Six (2022) at NDIS Centre Canberra, The Ckay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College Gallery and the online exhibitions End of Year Exhibition (2020) and Pop Up (2021).

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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 has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College Gallery, Wild Magic (2021) at the NDIS Centre in Canberra and in Inside Cinema vs Parallel Universe at Griffith Regional Gallery (2020). 

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Ana

Ana is an emerging illustrator and digital artist. She creates characters with depth and precision. Her works often feature whimsical and imaginative qualities. Ana has exhibited in Together More Than Ever (2020) at Riverina Community College Gallery, Looking Forward (2020) an online exhibition and has featured original prints at Halfway Print Festival (2020 & 2022).

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Allison Davis

Allison is an artist based in rural Coolamon. She is a multi-skilled practitioner working with acrylic, illustration, watercolour, fabric and printmaking. She has exhibited in Up To Date Art Exhibition at the UpToDate Store (2020) and Viral Virality Virtual Online Exhibition (2020). Allison is a lead artist in Dystopian Universe, an exhibition at the E3 Art Space, Wagga Wagga.

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Lilly Salmon

Lilly is an artist who predominantly paints patterns and shapes. She has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College, Bursting at the Seams (2022) at Riverina Community College Gallery, juxtapose (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery and 5 Years (2021) at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery.

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Jake Sheridan

Jake is a painter and rapper. He creates portraits of his favourite rappers and tells his life story through his songs. Jake has exhibited in Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery.

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Krishana McKenzie

Krishana is an emerging artist who has found an affinity for creating landscapes with vibrant and harmonious colours. Her landscapes are often of imagined and visited places. She is developing her style and skills with different mediums including paint and chalk pastel.

Krishana has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College and Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery.

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Vicki Mitchell

Vicki experiments across many mediums including acrylic, pastel, clay and paper. She often creates floral inspired artworks. Vicki has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) and Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery.

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Sarah Bialowas

Sarah in an emerging artist who is developing skills across many mediums. Sarah has worked with acrylic, watercolour and clay. She has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) and Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery.

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Emily Harvey

Emily is an emerging artist based in Wagga Wagga. Earlier in life Emily worked with paint and pencils but is currently experimenting with clay. She has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College and Micro Show (2021) at Riverina Community College Gallery.

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Tara Fredericks

Tara is an artist based in Rural Temora. She has found an affinity with printmaking and creates images based from still life settings. Tara has exhibited in The Clay Factory (2022) at Riverina Community College and Bursting at the Seams (2022) at Riverina Community College Gallery.