Brae Tye



Brae is a Wiradjuri man and artist with Cerebral Palsy who lives in Uranquinty. Brae has been making artworks for over 25 years, with his energetic paintings and drawings capturing the motion of movement with his purposeful sweeping gestures. Since 2018, Brae has been a member of the Art Factory. In 2019 Brae held his first solo exhibition No Limits, and was commissioned to create work for Wagga Wagga Base Hospital. 



Gianni Papalia



Gianni Papalia is an artist from Griffith. He likes to create graphic drawings of fantastical creatures and places. Yield is Gianni’s debut exhibition. 



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Linda Luke



Linda Luke has worked as a dancer, choreographer and educator; in dance, theatre and for dance-on-screen films. She has been a core dancer for dance company De Quincey Co since 2004 and has toured and performed her own performance works nationally and internationally.


Martin Fox



Martin Fox has had a 30 year career as a video artist, editor, sound recordist and director. He has collaborated as a video artist with choreographers, Raghav Handa, Roz Warby, Linda Luke, Victoria Hunt, Tess de Quincey and with film directors Margie Medlin, Sue Goldfish, Clytie Smith and William Yang.  


Patrick Napoli



Patrick was born and lives in Griffith NSW and loves the colour blue, music and painting. He enjoys Italian food, is a keen ten pin bowler and bike rider. Patrick's art reflects his personality and love of life with the use of bright colours, bold brushstrokes and uplifting subject matter. Patrick has been part of numerous exhibitions and regularly donates his artworks to charity.


Samra Angilo



Samra is a vibrant young artist from Wagga Wagga who predominantly creates portraits. She has exhibited in End of Year Exhibition (2018) in the HR Gallop Gallery, Wagga Wagga.



Sarah McEwan 



Sarah McEwan is an artist, musician and an artist-curator based in Birrego. She is interested in feminism and social change. Sarah creates solo work, installations and sometimes works under the pseudonym Her Riot. Sarah collaborates with other artists, community members and young people in gallery spaces or site specific locations.




Brad Wilson


Brad Wilson is both a drawer and painter from Barellan NSW. Brad is interested in portraiture and depicting regional landscapes. Brad creates expressive representations of what he sees. Over the years Brad has won many art competitions and exhibited in various exhibitions across the Riverina. 



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