Bold landscapes fuel intense artistic vision
Discover the new wave of artists inspired by the dramatic surrounds
Brett Clarke is an emerging indigenous artist, with funk edged tunes and a soulful voice covering an eclectic range of music genres.
Brett Clarke a Gunditjmara/Kirrae Whurrong Songman, is celebrating the release of his much anticipated debut album ‘Keep the Dream Alive’ Featuring many fine artists including: Bart Willoughby, Amy Saunders, Dave Arden and his mother Patricia Clarke.
Knots by the Rocks is the latest creative outlet of Port Campbell sisters Prue and Sally Cashmore. Prue and Sally work together to produce bespoke macrame pieces featuring natural fibres and driftwood sourced from the same Southern Ocean shores that inspire their works. Prue a talented photographer creates daily ephemeral art pieces using natural materials on hand when out collecting. If your passing through Port Campbell you might be lucky enough to see one of her works.
Check out the Instagram profile @knotsbytherocks to purchase one of their pieces. Works are also on display and for sale at the Grass Roots Deli and Cafe in Port Campbell.
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.
Michelle Shearer's, Sand and Fire 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.
Sand and Fire is open to the public:
Wednesday to Sunday: 11am - 5pm (October - April)
Address: 6764 Princes Hwy, Terang
Phone: +61 3 5592 1857
P.K`s interest in photography began as a teenager growing up on the west coast of Victoria. It wasn't long before new places to explore and surf lured him further down the Great Ocean Road.
For the past 25 years P.K has been based in Port Campbell. He has also travelled around Australia and overseas always with his camera at the ready.