Since graduating from The South Australian School of Art in 1985, Louise Vadasz’s extensive portfolio of works have come to rest on the dramatic landscapes and seascapes of the state’s nature rich Southern Vales region, where she grew up.
Louise’s own bright and jagged works indicate a style that is both informed and idiosyncratic.
Angela is a South Australian Ceramic Artist who creates wares with colourful glazes and printed imagery.
Angela began with Fine Art and crossed over into Graphic Design with a clay introduction way back in the beginning and some 30 years later, she is still captivated.
Emma graduated from the University of South Australia in 2007 with a Visual Arts degree specialising in hot glass. Since the early stages of her glass education, Emma’s love of large vessel blowing and her inspiration to create organic forms has been evident in her work.
Currently she has a studio at the Jam Factory in Adelaide.
Emma has worked on commissions for the Tour Down Under and the Food and Wine Festival.
Mel completed a Bachelor of Applied Arts at the University of South Australia, specialising in glass blowing.
Mel received an Australia Council Grant in 2004 for the development of new sculptural work and travelled to Seattle in 2005 as a teaching assistant at the international glass school, Pilchuck.
She currently runs her glass practice out of the Jam Factory Adelaide.
Since graduating from a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours, in 2012 Alice has travelled and exhibited her artwork extensively around Australia.
Working within the mediums of sound, video, installation and analogue photography. Alice’s practice involves long periods of time hiking and residing in remote areas of the natural environment.
Alice seeks to understand more deeply the relationship between things through quiet observation and contemplation during these experiences in nature.
Denise is an abstract painter with modernist influences. She produces authentic artwork on wood panels and canvas in acrylic paint using a contemporary colour palette. Her artistic process involves drawing from inspiration such as travel, the Australian landscape and her love for Mid-Century interior design.
Utilising skills from working as a creative practitioner for years in the areas of styling, photography and makeup design, Denise looks for textures from surfaces, abstract shapes and colours that move her. She has a BA in Visual Arts and Cert III in Design Fundamentals.
Meg grew up in Broken Hill surrounded by art, with a mother who loved ceramics. Her work draws inspiration from industrial design, fashion and jewellery, and she will often design and build with a space in mind. Meg prefers hand-building and embraces the variations in her work, with no two pieces ever the same.
Meg’s ceramics have been featured in Belle and Real Living magazine, and are often used by some of Australia’s leading interior stylists.