Highlights - Digital Installations - Artists-in-Residence - More to come in 2018

What has Cyanotype Printing, Watercolour Pipe Organs and Remote Talking Robotics got in common
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Swedish Artist – Jonas Pettersson Living in a remote township in Sweden – Jonas has evolved his interest in bringing people together through various means of communication and his Workshop has been a space to integrate his passion for art … Read More

Colours and Shapes of Australia – ready for exchange at Dinner!!
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Apparently it is a tradition to share small artworks at the ‘FabrianoInAcquarello’ – Leaders Dinner. Artworks have to be approx… 15 x 20cm! So I set to Work – gearing the Studio table up to produce these tiny Works – … Read More

Join Me In France – Workshops Coquelles – April and Gaillon – May 2018
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So …… getting down to the nitty gritty for my Workshops in France – these will be based on the Colours and Shapes of Australia – 2 different palettes – the warm reds below and a cooler palette to come … Read More

The Australian Finalists – FabrianoInAcquarello – 2018 Italy have been announced
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We did a ‘Call-Out’ last year to all the Watercolour Societies nationally in Australia we rang, emailed and tackled social media of all types (http://wynvogel.blogspot.com.au/2017/10/submit-your-watercolour-work-to.html) – calling for Artists to submit Work to be selected by a panel from Australia … Read More

Invest for yourself now – Top shops for 2018 from our Fish Lane Artists!
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Our Artists – have combined to share some special – Original Work with you – Shop Original Artwork – Akira Murata – Tokyo – Japan ‘Rain Rising’ Shop and Experiment – with Akira’s Jesus Pastels Buy a Box – These … Read More

The Sail Maker and The Patients – Our ‘Virtual World’ takes on new clothes
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What does it take to make a ‘Virtual World’ – It takes the real world to collaborate and work up a storm! Thanks to our ‘sail-maker’ James and Ben & the Team from Quantum Sails Australia! Thanks to all the … Read More

2017 has been a fantastic year – we are currently working to set our Calendar 2018!

All of our Artists and Sponsors have been amazing – and special in their own right – they have helped 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‘ – cross-media ‘Environments’ to assist with the enhancement of well-being in our clinical and built environments – over 2018 we are working with Post Grad PhD Artist and Researcher – Alex Ashton and hoping to be able to understand further the impact of our Installations on the patients and staff in the clinical environments where we have this Work installed!

If you are interested in understanding and perhaps becoming involved in this research please head to our Contacts Page and leave your email.

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– Studio Work in progress for Exhibition France and Italy 2018 –

The Watercolour Studio is pumping this November/December ’17 : with Cross-Media – Watercolour Artist – Wyn Vogel

< Link across to Pinterest to see Work in Progress >


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