Archive for the ‘Art and Photography’ Category
The Big Egg Hunt in the United Kingdom came about as a way to fundraise and engage the public together in a new, exciting, fun and interactive way during the Easter period. Action for Children have teamed up with Lindt, master chocolatiers (my favourite chocolate) for the 2013 Lindt Big Egg Hunt in the quest to raise
Are you a nature lover or wildlife artist? Are you constantly looking for new ideas and resources without having to worry about copyright issues? This DVD contains 465 high resolution photographs which you can freely use in both your personal and commercial artwork, designs, scrapbooks, blogs etc
Ralph Steadman was born in 1936. He started as a cartoonist and through the years diversified into many fields of creativity. He has illustrated such classics as “Alice in Wonderland“, “Treasure Island” and “Animal Farm“. Ralph modestly says that his paintings “Start with a splat”. In Extinct Boids, his glorious new book, he turns his attention
You may remember that Oz Wildlife Studio ran a Christmas card design competition which was a huge success with talented youngsters submitting their designs from all over Australia.
The winners have been selected! We had a total of 22 entries for the Christmas Card Competition and the judges had a challenge on their hands selecting the winners from the creative and colourful artworks which were submitted.The judges were looking for bright and bold designs which portrayed the Christmas Spirit in a creative and
I am thrilled to announce that Oz Wildlife Studio is running a Christmas Card competition which is open to children ages 7 to 12 who reside in Australia.
I recently treated myself to a small box of prismacolor pencils as I had read about how lovely and rich they were to use. I am itching to do a drawing but have not yet had the time. In the meantime, I have been drooling over the work by the talented colour pencil artists from
This is one of the top wildlife art competitions to enter and submissions are now being accepted for the 2013 competition. Going by last year’s winners, a wide range of styles and interpretations were selected so why not give it a go?