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About the Artist: Day Tripper
Rach Jackson loves creating. She never stops dabbling in different styles and techniques. We love that Rach was a hairdresser for 13 years before reigniting her career as an artist.
About the Artist: Making Magic
Jen Sievers paints joy. She uses acrylic paints with fresh colours, sweeping lines and a contemporary edge. She has a passion for the abstract, but doesn't let that define her. She mostly paints on perspex, canvas and paper, but struggles to settle down on one style when there are so many amazing things to paint. Her varying and constantly evolving style offers something for most artistic tastes.
She paints obsessively in her home studio in the foothills of the Waitakeres, New Zealand.
About the Artist: The Hendrix Edition
Seeta Roy’s work is grounded in her passion for nature and wildlife, which is then built upon with her love of mid-century design and illustration. She also draws inspiration from her life-long obsession with the 1960s, as evident in her bold colour palette and the subtle ‘pop art’ feel to her work.
About the Artist: The Eden Edition
Georgie Wilson is an artist based on Victoria’s beautiful Mornington Peninsula. She likes both order and abstraction…oh, and colour, yes, colour. She’s inspired by her botanical surrounds, her work as a graphic designer and life in general.
About the Artist: My Great Grandmother’s Country II
Natalie Jade is an Australian artist who's inspired by her indigenous roots. Born into a family of painters, she considers herself an intuitive artist: "The paint creates what it wants to be without any pre-planning."
70 x 50cm (finished size of puzzle)