Slumped and Kiln fired glass
My work is about colour and movement, using abstract geometric forms in response to the Urban environment, whether it be the shape and colour of the windsurfers darting across the harbour, the imposing forms of the inner city buildings or the soft patterns of dark and light of the Australian foliage.
My response is with colour, shape, line and form, either with coloured glass, which I cut to form the mosaic pattern, or by using enamels to paint on the glass. I make use of the transparency, iridescent and opaque qualities of both.
My work, in Eco-Annandale 2009, was inspired by organic patterns of mangrove roots, reflection of shallow water across static land; and the patterns of light and shadow along the shoreline while walking and taking photos in Tambourine Bay Reserve.
1982, Bachelor of Arts (Visual) Sydney College of the Arts, Jewellery/Glass 1980, Jewellery Design Certificate, Randwick TAFE.
Finalist in 2010 Ranamok Glass Prize
Sue Kallas specialises in Botanical Art, expressed in pencil and watercolor.
She has studied water colour for over 5 years under Helena Karnolz and attended workshops to develop her technique.
She has exhibitied at Brush Farm, Meadowbank, Lane Cove, North Sydney and in Eco-Annandale 2009
Sue's sketches of Annandale were inspired by the August walk through Annandale
Susanne has been a resident of Annandale for about 35 years and has seen much change in 'Johnstons Bush' over that time. Being an amateur but keen photographer, Susanne hopes that you enjoyed sharing the snippets of Annandale - a discovery in progress in Eco-Annandle 2009
Ted Floyd Bogtrotter initiated the Friends of the Earth "Living water Project" in 1994.
In 2007, Ted established the Creekcare website in 2007 and Aurora Sice has provide many of the photographs on the Creekcare site.
As a research scientist, Fujiko Watt has had a long interest in nature photography. While working in Europe, America and Japan, she took the opportunity to photograph plants in different seasons and environments.
Recently she has been exploring and capturing the unique beauty and diversity of the Australian native plants, particularly in the bushland around the district where she lives.
This is Fujiko's first photographic exhibition.
Lisa is a recent arrival in Annandale - moving here in early 2009 to set up her organic t-shirt company, Planet Boab which has a regular stall at the local Orange Grove markets.
Lisa has previously held two photographic exhibitions; 'Orphan & the Cat' in 2002 and 'Faces of Encore' in 2004, which toured NSW in 2005-6.
Her artworks in the Eco-Annandale exhibition are both prints (one woodblock, one linocut) which explore lines and movement in nature.
Each book in this series is a self guided historical walk through Annandale. Each walk explores the people and construction of Annandale. Each book covers two decades of Annandales History a hundred years apart. The first book in the series, 1890s Annandale: A Short Walk, covers the 1790s and 1890s.