As a fledgeling emerging artist in the early 2000’s, I exhibited at the amazing and now legendary Doggett Street Studio. Scott and his crew created a rentable space in a beautiful old building in Newstead that provided an opening, a … Continue reading Robert Brownhall | Basil + Chippy
Sometimes, someone comes along at just the right moment, and drops a line into a conversation that fizzes and pops in your memory for months or years to come. This happens to all of us at least once or if … Continue reading Henri van Noordenburg | Jake + Lola
Not everyone has a Studio Dog. And this has led to some pretty funny chats with artists where I confuse them seven times over, before making myself as clear as mud. (I hope they were funny for the artists too.) … Continue reading Helen Richards | The sheep!
Robyn Sweaney is a painter from the northern NSW town of Mullumbimby. Her works are gentle and intimate portraits of our classically Australian ‘suburban faces’. Robyn’s new work is exhibiting right now at Arthouse Gallery in Sydney – click here … Continue reading Robyn Sweaney | Athena from next door
Within about 60 seconds of meeting Jo Williams you are swept into her warm and gentle, funny and raw vortex of energy and you don’t really want to come out! Don’t panic though, this intuitive creative human has already clocked … Continue reading Jo Williams | Rabbit + Tassie + Charlie
There is one geographic high point in Bundaberg, an ancient volcanic remnant rising to only 96m above sea level. I know, it’s not precipitous 😀 Yet, from there, you can look out across the vast patchwork of crops that fill … Continue reading Jay Feather | Jack + Bear
One of my fuels as an artist is an intrigue for landscapes that move me, and that these may not be the landscapes that move you. (What? We don’t all think the same?) Viewing artworks is exactly this for me, … Continue reading Kate Barry | Olive + Leo
We here at FOUND! HQ (the dog and I) are excited to welcome artist Gabrielle McDonald to the project. Gabrielle lives and works in one of the coastal communities here in Bundaberg and is a powerhouse of vitality and innovation. … Continue reading Gabrielle McDonald | Pippi + Tua + Iti Kiore
Gasp! Apologies, I have to collect myself. Look at this sublime work by Brisbane artist John Honeywill. John’s work will hang in the central venue at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery and we know there will be many community connections to … Continue reading John Honeywill | Gus
Meet Fang (his local name), one of the Fraser Island dingoes enjoying a bit of quiet time on the island. The crew at Orchid Beach Trading Post and Driftwood Bar took this stunning photo last week. They’re not sure if … Continue reading Dingoes are the colour of beer!