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Featured Paintings

Land Weaver Collection

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Earth Matters Exhibition poster

Earth Matters

Aug 4 – Sep 25 2021

Blue Knob Hall Gallery, Blue Knob, NSW
An exhibition of new works by artists, Helen Rae Douglass and Michelle Walker who share a love of nature and the beauty of her landscapes.

Michelle Walker

Artist statement

Through my art, I create images that say visually what I feel about where I’ve lived and what I’ve learned from life. Nature has been a great teacher through the cycles of life, death and transition.

I layer colors, play with space and shape, and contrast the solid with the translucent to replicate the layered nature of our experiences and our connections to where we have been.

Symbols and icons and motifs such as the meandering line are often the focal point of my works. My interest resonates with journeying through the landscape (travels) and life’s experiences (reflections). My morning walks with Lulu on our farm are a constant in my day and have become a part of my practice —being in and observing nature and my own emotional responses.

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Latest News

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It's September, which is a special month for Michelle - she is celebrating the release of her Spring 2021 Collection of enamel jewellery, her 10th wedding anniversary with Ian and her 56th spin around the sun. In this episode, Jennifer and Michelle talk about marking...

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Many creatives love sharing what they’ve learned along their creative journey, but sometimes receiving one piece of advice can have a profound impact. In this episode, Jennifer and Michelle discuss the key pieces of advice they have received that have made a huge...

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In this episode, Jennifer and Michelle talk about the road to mastery, what it entails, and how this concept relates to their practice. It’s a journey towards excellence and level of accomplishment and happens in levels and stages, as an artist progresses in learning...