Demonstration – Paul Macklin

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In his fifty eight years he has expressed his creativity as poet, musician, potter, painter, actor, graphic designer, creative director and for the past 20 years as the founding director and principle consultant of Amazing People. Paul now divides his time between his family, farm, painting, his corporate role in Amazing People, Head Hand and Heart creative transformation workshops and facilitating the Kincumber Life Drawing Group.

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Paul has been engaged in group and solo exhibitions on the Central Coast NSW . The Camino Way, Paul’s first solo exhibition captured the spirit and journey of the Camino Way. Paul’s art balances traditional elements of draftsmanship, structure and form with the creative interplay of abstraction and expression inspired from landscape, figure and dreams. Paul is a consummate learner and he engages those around him in his passionate exploration of art and life. His great joy is to walk the path of discovery, with no fixed destination, while helping others step into the unknown. “I believe that all creativity embraces reality, abstraction and expression and those three dimensions are all pathways to discovery.” To that extent, Paul is equally at home helping students explore traditional principles of design; form, perspective and colour as he is journeying down the road more post-modern destinations. “I see that we all have a zone at the edge of our experience where we have the opportunity to learn, to step into the unknown. We can do that by starting with known principles and expanding towards the edge, or simply by stepping off and learning to fly. My job is to help students discover their own method for confidently extending their creative practice.”

You can see more of Paul’s work on Facebook at Head Hand and Heart.

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2018 Hornsby Art Prize

 

  • Clifford How, Hornsby Art Prize winner for ‘Forgotten Pond 2’
  • Ben Walsh, our 2018 Hornsby Emerging Artist for ‘Kitten’
  • Ross Philip, 2018 Wallarobba Outstanding Local Artist for ‘Sweet success’

 

Assad Carmelli, Janine Eddison, Marjatta Kaukomaa, Marieke Dench, Jenny Pollak, Jacki Fewtrell-Gobert, Hyun Jin Lee and Lana Wilding

 

  • Stephen Hall, Drawing, for ‘Death of Queen Jane’
  • Kay Donaldson, 3D, for ‘The Dog Fence / Coober Pedy’
  • Dean Brown, Printmaking, for ‘Back to work again II’
  • Paul McKnight, Painting, for ‘Iranian Primrose.’
  • Tamara Whyte, Digital Art – Stills, for ‘Kastom A Service’ (on display in Hornsby Library)

 

Demonstration – Barbara Duckworth

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Barbara will be coming to speak about and demonstrate Colour Mixing.  Barbara teaches and her work is published in scientific journals and texts.  Her Botanic work is represented in the Shirley Sherwood collection.

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