Baith Aynsley-Lewis

I was born on a New Zealand sheep farm, but in my adult life have lived equally between Australia and New Zealand. Always interested in drawing, painting and the outdoors, my first real opportunity to ‘test the waters’ was in Port Macquarie NSW, where I joined the local Art Society, exhibited, and won 1st Prize…

Linda Butterfield

Linda works on paper and canvas in acrylic, watercolour, coloured pencil, pencil and charcoal. Her work depicts a life-long passion for nature predominantly flowers, fruit and landscapes. She is also an avid gardener with a vast plant knowledge which complements her art. Linda studied Graphic Design and worked professionally designing, print production, client service &…

Rebecca Gray

My earliest memories are of drawing. Growing up in the remote Zambian bush without electricity and other modern conveniences, I drew frequently to entertain myself. The subject matter consisted mostly of my pets, the local villagers, and the domestic and wild animals around our farm.  I would draw them until I thought they were perfect…

Jan Harrington-Johnson

My art has been a journey of learning. I began in Malawi and continued in Rhodesia. My Brother Rob, gave me my first tin of watercolours with 36 pans, unfortunately the box rusted, I still have the pans. some of them hardly used and surprising even though they are 45 years old I can still…