David studied graphic art at the National Art School, East Sydney, 1951-54. In 1959 he established his own graphic design studio in Sydney, employing six artists and acquiring many top clients, including Parke-Davis, Mirror Newspapers, Lido Ties and Marbletone. In 1965 he was requested by Avon Products head office USA to design their first Australian-produced sales promotion material. He also supervised the photography and print quality of all their literature, operating his studio for a further six years, after which time he elected to make a career change. Read more
Introducing Andrew Parker, the President of Uralla Arts Council Inc. He gives us an insight into the organisation’s history and the areas of art that they are currently committed to. Read more
Tobias designs and creates a wide range of decorative, metal-based works. His specialties include the creation of topiary frames in any size, sculpture and shape. Read more
How did you first become interested in painting?
I’ve been interested in painting, drawing and generally making things for as long as I can remember.
Artist Pat Elkin is well known for her contribution to the local arts. she has been the recent recipient of the very prestigious imagine award.
Frank Howard has been an enthusiastic admirer of art from a young age. Since picking up the brush, he has sought to convey his impressions of reality through his paintings. We find out about his latest exhibition.
Leah-Nicole Torbay is a talented local artist whose work has been recognised in some of the most prestigious forums around the country. She talks to Kim Gould about the joy of finding herself through art, by breaking all the rules and helping others to do the same.