Robyn paints in her country home studio at 'Loren Vale', Goolma NSW. She is a valued member of Arts Council Gulgong Inc.
Robyn is a trained educator, playwright, stage manager and actor with Mudgee Dramatic Society.
Robyn is a committee member of the Mid-Western Regional Gallery.
Robyn is a watercolour artist and exhibits her work at our annual exhibitions
I have been potting now for quite a few years, since moving to the bush as part of the ‘Back to the Earth’ movement and have completed several years of TAFE study in ceramics.
As a self-sufficient potter, I do the usual: bowls, mugs, jugs etc. I also like to do sculptures on various themes. In my gas-kiln, I fire both earthenware and stoneware and would describe my work as ‘rustic.’
Living in Gulgong, I also participate with a stall at the monthly Gulgong market which is every fourth Saturday of the month at Coronation Park on Mayne Street.
I like to think that people who buy my works will enjoy them, as much as I enjoy making them.
Susan Bridgford is a member of the mid-western area Ceramic Focus Group. Creating ceramic art for 14 years, she actively exhibits with the Group. Her work has been featured at Cudgegong Gallery, Fairview ArtSpace and The Stables in Mudgee.
In 2008 Susan completed Certificate IV Ceramics, 2012 achieved Certificate IV Visual Arts and Certificate III in Arts Administration.
Receiving a Country Arts Programme Grant from Regional Arts NSW in 2009, Susan worked with gifted and talented visual arts’ students from Gulgong High School in an interactive ceramics workshop titled ‘Hands on Clay’.
Being an active member of her local community, Susan co-ordinates the Ceramic Section of the Gulgong Show and has also co-ordinated shop window, ceramic displays for 3 of the international clay events, the last being Clay Push in 2013. More recently she became the President of the Art Council of Gulgong where she continues to support the arts in her community.
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'Gulgong Local Arts & Crafts'
Herbert Street Gulgong
Therese completed her Advanced Diploma of Printmaking in 2013. Therese has work in public and private collections both nationally and internationally. She has won awards for her printmaking, mixed media and sculpture.
Having lived in the country, Therese has an affinity especially with the west and northwest of NSW. She was drawn to Gulgong with its rich history, architecture, landscape and she entered a local exhibition in December of 2015, She has been a member of the Gulgong Arts Council ever since.
Currently Therese has work exhibited in the Gosford Regional Gallery, Shorethyme Restaurant and Artspace at the Entrance. She will be taking a solo to Windows in the Wetlands in Warren in November where she will not only exhibit but run workshops and give community talks on threatened and endangered owls.
Therese Gabriel Wilkins - "Trees"
Therese, professionally known as ‘Trees’, is a printmaker, painter, mixed media artist and sculptor
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355 Tuggerawong Road, Tuggerawong Central Coast NSW
Phone: 0407 000 349
See Sue's Work
'The Gallery Gulgong'
85 Herbert Street Gulgong
My love of the Australian landscape is reflected in my watercolours. Many of my paintings feature water in the landscape and the luminosity of watercolour paints is perfect for creating the sparkle, depth and reflections in water.
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Herbert Street Gulgong
Self taught abstract and mosaic artist working from 'Karralika Studio', Gulgong NSW.
Working mainly in acrylics on canvas. The subject normally is irrelevant, the bright colours are what commit me to a painting. Having said that I work in black and white as well depending on how I feel!
I am right handed but tend to paint the final stages with my left hand as it gives me the lines I'm looking for.
Recently started in mosaics a wonderful therapeutic pastime where I can lose myself in the process.
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186 Laheys Creek Rd Gulgong
'Dust & Boots'
Mayne Street Gulgong
May Raechelle Gallery Millthorpe NSW
Platypus Gallery Forbes NSW
Toni has worked with textiles and other crafts for many years.
Toni discovered working with wool fibre around 2009 after participating in a felting workshop which demonstrated the basic procedures.
Toni continued experimenting and researching different techniques and different fibres which ultimately led to concentrating her practice in 3 dimensional sculptures.
In 2019, Toni was a finalist at the Woollahra Small Sculptures exhibition in Double Bay NSW and also at Stanthorpe Regional Gallery Qld exhibition.
Toni , has collaborated with her sister Cecily Walters of Ma's Fibre Art and became 'The Twisted Sisters'. They collaboratively exhibited at Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo NSW in a Home Ground exhibition, 'Imperfect'.
Toni also exhibits throughout the Central West of NSW regularly and holds workshops at local schools and pre-schools and for private groups.
Forbes Tourist Information Centre
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Cecily works with wool, silk, bamboo and mohair fibres as well as silk and cotton fabric. The use of natural dyes as well as chemical dyes are used to accommodate the creation at hand to create amazing sculptures as well as wearable art.
Cecily and Toni Morrison are sisters and have combined their talents and became the Twisted Sisters Fabulous Felting. Cecily works from her home in Parkes NSW and joins Toni in her studio near Gulgong NSW where they create special items for exhibitions.
The Twisted Sisters enjoy the creative challenges and processes of exhibiting their creations throughout Central West NSW, Sydney and Queensland, demonstrating and delivering workshops.
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May Raechelle Art Gallery
Pim Street Millthorpe NSW