VIRTUAL ART STUDIO
IN RURAL communitIES
JJ has always enjoyed dabbling in the arts. A bit of pottery, some gel pouring; smart cameras gave her the opportunity to explore her surroundings through a lens.
Her current passion, in COVID times, is rock art in postcode 4680. Making people smile unexpectedly.
young emerging artist
Dasha is a considered creative.
She takes measured decisions.
Ponders and considers her options and then once those decision are made she works deliberately to replicate the image in her mind.
A late entrant to the visual arts, Robert creates unique clothing and decorative objects through the tie-dye process. Prior to his visual art activities Robert had been a successful businessman. His creativity, and willingness to experiment ensure his works are not only unique, they are memorable for their vibrancy.
tHOUGH RUBY EYES
Rubes has a creating soul; constantly thinking, singing and dancing. And now a growing smart camera photographer. Attracted to technology when sitting on a Granny’s knee, the fascination and experimentation just keeps growing.
See how expertise and creativity belie the fact that Rubes is 9 years old.
tabitha's take on challenges
Tabitha was drawing and creating art well before we expected. She was a perfectionist – and still is a perfectionist. As well as painting and drawing, Tabitha qualified for State Competition in gymnastics, plays musical instruments and AFL footy.
EXPERIMENTAL and GRATEFFUL
JenMR artworks have no central style. Her attractive surface treatments, upbeat and emotionally charged subject matter require skillful composition and strong sense of colour.
JenMR’s colour palette, mediums and ‘canvasses’ vary widely. Philosophy has a great influence on her images. “There’s no painting without pondering.”
We will work with isolated, rural artists.
Give exposure to emerging artists.
Support for artists without audiences
Costs kept to a minimum.
We take no commission on sales.
Artists can find the help needed.
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focus on creative and functional writing
Jennifer retired at an early age. This gave her the time to start creating a legacy for her grandchildren. “Granny Jen is Missing” is an Indi Published full colour children’s book written for her grandchildren. It celebrates their great qualities of independence and self-reliance, and demonstrates the value of family. Book 2 in the Granny Jen series is almost ready to go to a publisher.
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the start & future
Jennifer has written since she was a teenager, poetry, many IT manuals, and a series of instructional books since the 1990. Creating videos and photography began when digital cameras had RAM memory.
When running her tutoring business, Jennifer created many eBooks and workbooks. She is an accomplished speaker and workshop presenter.
In Jen Ryan’s Caravan Schoolhouse (jrcs.com.au) you will find free resources and courses, in depth workshops and webinars designed to help participants find the roads, or tracks, they wish to explore.