Sam Everitt with Dee Mosca mural. Image by Rob Cox

Discovering Bunbury’s Re.Discover Murals

The scale of the Re.Discover murals in Bunbury is rather monumental. There seem to be murals almost everywhere.

We realised that the best way to bond with the murals is just to be with them. Stand, slouch, squat, sit, recline, look.  Do anything.  Just be in proximity of a mural – without much distraction – and the mural will imprint itself upon your imagination. Continue reading

Daniel McLachlan with The Cheater. Image by Rob Cox

Daniel McLachlan: The Story Continues

This month, we are totally thrilled to bring you our third annual post about prolific illustrator Daniel McLachlan! He came onto our radar in 2014, and we published the first post Daniel Illustrates the Importance of Drawing.  That was followed in 2015 with Manga and More with Daniel McLachlan. Continue reading

Roslyn at Marina's. Photo by Marina Troitsky

Roslyn Burns: Backing Myself

“I just want people to back me,” said Roslyn Burns in 2012. Little did we know that those very words would make their way into an ABC Open video produced by Ruslan Kulski and released in 2013.

Clearly one of the best ways to get people to back you is to back yourself. And, that’s exactly what Roslyn did in the years after the release of that video. Continue reading

Detail of work in progress by Adam Giadresco

Amazing Array of Art Awaits on April 2

You might consider pulling out your calendar and reserving Saturday, April 2 for Bunbury’s Tree Street Art Safari.  The event will indeed be an amazing array of art, craft and design.

What’s the Safari?

Tree Street resident and artist Kerry Gelmi came up with the idea of a Safari where fellow artists, designers and makers could open their homes and studios to visitors who could then view, buy, sample or commission what’s on show. Continue reading