Put Some Colour in Your Life
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Put Some Colour In Your Life, or Colour In Your Life, is a television series created by Master Artist and CEO Graeme Stevenson. It began in the small town of Murwillumbah, just south of the NSW/QLD border in Australia, and from this incredibly artistic region has spread out to encompass the arts and artists of Australia, and the world.
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Celia Moriarty loved art when she was growing up and was invited to the Royal South Australian as a teenager. Then however, life intervened and she had to earn a living. It wasn’t until Celia was over 50 that the call to art brought her back. From showing the beauty of Australian flora to entice…
Helen Norton uses narration on a grand scale in her paintings, presenting the viewer with life as if it is a monumental event, while paying equal attention to identifying the smallest parts of our existence. Her narrative paintings expose our current choices and cultural contributions. Since the earliest paintings and etchings in rock, people have…
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