Rachel Peters

I am a visual artist from South West Victoria who creates a variety of works, often using found objects, collage, acrylic paint and stitched material. I process my relationship with land, history, people and spirit using a mixture of abstract, representational, figurative and textural pieces

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Sarah Gabriel

The early exposure of rural life has influenced Sarah's love and respect for nature and provides a never ending source of inspiration. The pianola works are another avenue of her expression and a perfect union for her passion for music and fine art.

After completing various studies in fine art and majoring in printmaking and drawing, Sarah began exhibiting art in group and solo shows around Australia, with an interest in works on paper, dry-point etching and painting.


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Jimmi Buscombe

Jimmi Buscombe is a professional artist based on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. He specialises in highly detailed portraiture, integrating a range of methods and mediums including pencil, paint and pastel to create stunningly life like representations of his subjects.

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Georgie Mann

Georgie Mann is a professional freelance photographer specialising in rural landscapes, outback Australia and beyond. An avid lover of country life, red dirt and the great outdoors, Georgie is best known for her gorgeous rural imagery and associated narrative, and is passionate about sharing the beauty of Australia and the wider world with others.

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Mike Rings

New Zealand born artist Mike Rings has been capturing the majesty and allure of the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria Australia for nearly 20 years. Inspired by the sweeping beaches, lonely sail boats and crashing waves Mike is a regular feature on Mornington’s foreshores. In 2016 Mike Rings gallery was opened in Flinders and it has become an artistic mecca for the area.

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Ginny Hodgkinson

Ginny Hodgkinson. 23 years old, graphic design and mixed media visual artist originally from the Mornington peninsula. Ginny exhibits her work regularly around galleries in Melbourne such as the Budd Street Gallery and Brunswick Street Gallery. Her works often reference Australian culture, surfing culture, the coast and vintage themes. Recently she has been exploring with the themes of girls in surfing and skateboarding. Ginny seeks to celebrate woman in these board sports.

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