Featured Studio Artists
Working in traditional watercolour and contemporary mixed media techniques, Ingrid’s practice centres around exploring intrinsic responses to landscape.
Described as both nostalgic and whimsical, her work draws details in and out of focus from observations and recollections of places both lost and yearned for. Her narrative examines innate connections to terrain and storylines, largely informed by responses to her surroundings and her own history.
Predominantly self taught, Ingrid works in a studio space at Eramboo, surrounded by National Park and with an abundance of lively wildlife neighbours. This quintessentially Australian location presses into her studio and her artworks, mingling with the collected memories and inspiration from her travels and her connection to rural Australia.
Cecile is one of the latest artists to join the Studio Artists at Eramboo. Cecile creates 'green art' from her unique handmade varnished paper beads. She designs original and unique jewellery and states "I finally found the right form of creative expression." We look forward to seeing Cecile's creativity flourish and thrive at Eramboo.
Watercolourist and Poet who has an ongoing connection to Eramboo.
The love of watercolour is in my creative DNA. I view nature through a watercolour filter, inspired by nature’s soft edges, transparencies and subtle blends of colour.
My desire is to find the delicate balance between freedom and control. The freedom to push the boundaries while maintaining control of my vision for each work. The challenge is to let the paper, paint, water and brush flow together producing works that are alive and fresh.......each one unique.
Poetry for me is the perfect companion to watercolour.