CIYL DVD Set Thirty Two – Acrylic
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Colour In Your Life DVD Set 32 – Acrylic
Ruth specialises in painting New Zealand wilderness landscapes and wildlife in oils, acrylics and watercolours, though other themes can often make an appearance. Ruth makes regular tramping trips (hiking, trekking) into remote areas of the bush and mountains. She feels that the natural beauty of new Zealand offers infinite inspiration, from the long miles of rocky coastline and sandy beaches, through primeval forest areas to the pristine, majestic mountains.
Born Ernest Ashley Dingo on 31 July 1956, at Bullardoo Station, Ernie was the second child of nine, with three brothers and five sisters. He grew up in Mullewa, Western Australia with his family, and originates from the Yamatji people of the Murchison region. Through painting, Ernie expresses his love for his Aboriginal culture, the memories of his people and country. Each Horizon painting tells a story of places unknown and journeys to be taken.
Abel was born in Mozambique in the 1950’s, with the African sculptures and paintings of his childhood having a tremendous impact on the way he saw and enjoyed art. Studying in Electrical Engineering, Abel then completed a trip of European Art appraisal through Portugal, Spain, Germany, Italy and Greece in 1974. It was in 1977 that he experienced Carnival and Red Indian art in Brazil, and the combination of both trips awoke the dormant, creative right side of Abel’s brain. For twenty years Abel explored figurative imagery, often times finding it somewhat limiting. At the turn of the century, he began exploring conceptual art and action painting. Now he is delving into the concept of TIME by creating paintings that express past, present and future simultaneously, through entropy of pigment/colour dispersal in his paintings.
David Lovegrove is an artist, writer, designer and speaker based in the picturesque town of Murwillumbah in Northern NSW. David started out in the arts industry in 1987, selling art supplies in retail, then as a rep to the educational and advertising industry. From 1990 to 1992, David studied drawing and painting with David Paulson, then illustration with Tony Champ. He was then able to study full time at the Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney, from 1994 to 1997, graduating with a Diploma of Fine Arts.