A Generous Teacher and Fantastic Participants – thanks to all!

Our last day – tidied up and ready to go home – some Participants had to head off – apologies Guys that we missed you for this record!

I am working through all our images and will Blog slowly – please bear with me – lots of images to sort 😀 !!


…….. September/October – Studio Work with Watercolour Artist – Wyn Vogel –

to be ready for Exhibition – 
Biennale Internationale d’Aquarelle – France 2018

Inspiration from the Terns of the – Southern Oceans – Where Rivers Run – Southern Skies and Kookaburra Eggs


 

2017 has been a fantastic year – we are currently reviewing our ‘Exhibitions and Programs‘ for 2018.

All of our Artists and Sponsors have been amazing – and special in their own right – they also support the underpinning key goals of Fish Lane Studios – International Art Collective – to create a world that enhances our living for all people.

Particularly our ‘Immersive Installations‘ – Environments to assist with the enhancement of well-being in our clinical and built environments – over 2017/18 we are working with Post Grad PhD Artist and Researcher – Alex Ashton to complete Research on the impact of our Installations and understand how we can enhance and deliver greater benefits from these creative spaces!  If you are interested in understanding and perhaps becoming involved in this research please head to our Contacts Page and leave your email.

Discover our International Team


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