Art and collectables have always been in Wilma’s life and in Wilma’s heart.
Wilma has been painting for many years.
Prior to her early time in Swan Hill, Wilma ran an Antique second www.10pagepapers.com/ hand shop for ten years, then, moving to Dookie, she has attended
Glenda Cornell workshop in Nathalia. Combining years of experiences, Wilma’s painting has reached a high level of technique.
Wilma likes experimenting with new styles and new techniques mainly with oil and acrylics.
Starting from traditional native landscapes, portraits, horses, to modern style with a glassy finish, her paintings are an explosion of colours, energy and refinement echoing Wilma’s beautiful and sensitive personality.
Wilma has participated in exhibitions in various art shows throughout Victoria and
won 2nd prize at Nathalia Art Show in December 2014.
Her paintings hang on the walls in France, England, New Zealand, USA, French Polynesia and New Caledonia.
Wilma’s studio in Dookie can be visited by appointement.
Wilma, truly is a talented artist.
Enquiries can be made to Wilma on 58 286 449 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Di Proud Didi’s Bead Den
Always having an interest in craftwork, assembling practical pieces with material and glue or sewing, it didn’t take much persuasion for a close friend to introduce the wonderful world of beading.
Didi’s Bead Den which opened in High Street, Nagambie in 2005, was owned and operated for five years. Di conducted beading classes for adults and children on a weekly basis where even the unsure and timid created their own masterpieces.
When diagnosed with breast cancer, life changed dramatically and it is only recently that beading has featured once again as a creative outlet.
Always fascinated by colour, nature has provided the inspiration whether it is water, soil, plants, birds or animals. Beads used are crystal, natural stones, metal or glass. Colours, texture and bead shapes form the parameters of design for individual pieces.
For enquiries, please phone Di on 5794 1520.
Trish Seenan – Glass Artist
Combining her interest in mixed media, natural materials and found objects, with her passion for glass, she creates individual pieces for giving or treasuring.
Her commitment towards a greener world has found form in her own cheese plate range, made from recycled wine bottles, under the ‘Once Were Wine Bottles’ label.
Trish has developed a firm following from her presence at regional craft markets in the Goulburn Valley, including Violet Town, Shepparton and Girgarre.
Enquiries can be made to Trish on 0428 107 366 or by email email@example.com