Bold landscapes fuel intense artistic vision
Great Ocean Ducks - Just Duck!
Greg and Jodi Clarke farm Aylesbury and Pekin ducks on their version of the country idyll overlooking Victoria’s Great Ocean Road near the Twelve Apostles. In 2015 they published a book, Just Duck, featuring duck recipes from the chefs they sell their ducks to as well as stories from their farming adventure.
Knots by the Rocks
Knots by the Rocks is the creative outlet of sisters Sally and Prue Cashmore. Sally and Prue work together to produce bespoke macrame pieces featuring natural fibres coupled with driftwood and natural materials sourced from the same Southern Ocean shores that inspire their works.
Port Campbell Art Space
The Port Campbell Art Space was borne out of a community endeavour to preserve the townships oldest standing building and invigorate the local arts community with a space for exhibitions, yoga, functions and reflection.
Brett Clarke is an emerging indigenous artist, with funk edged tunes and a soulful voice covering an eclectic range of music genres. Brett a Gunditjmara/Kirrae Whurrong Songman, is celebrating the release of his much anticipated debut album ‘Keep the Dream Alive’.
Raised on a dairy farm in country Victoria, Kylie Treble grew up surrounded by nature, her keen eye and inquiring mind driving a constant source of curiosity inspired learning.
Sand and Fire Glass
Michelle Shearer's, Sand and Fire Glass is an Australian warm glass studio designing and hand crafting quality art glass using warm glass slumping and fusing techniques. Our ever-expanding product range includes tableware, home décor items, jewellery, laminated panels, custom designed tiles, art objects and collectables.
One day, while scribbling furiously aboard the adult colouring bandwagon, Clare Younis had a major realisation: The places, plants and creatures she grew up amongst on the Great Ocean Road offered a rich and rare theme for her own version. She rapidly found that it was almost too great- for Clare, drawing the designs was even more addictive than decorating the work of others.