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DAILY PRACTICE | EMILY BESSER







Emily Besser’s interest in colour and line form has been informing her works over the past six to 12 months. The Sydney-based artist is exhibiting in a couple of end-of-year shows - at Koskela in Sydney until 24 December and Boom Gallery in Geelong until 23 December.

“I love the flatness of paint, but I also love its plasticity, its sculptural possibilities, and the surprises that can happen when...

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INTERVIEW | AMBER CRESWELL BELL







I think that everyone is born with at least one dependable tool in their toolbox,” says Amber Creswell Bell. For the Sydney-based writer, it has been her skill with words that has provided the foundation for her career. But in recent years, her toolbox has expanded as Amber has diversified and added the title of curator to her name and, more recently, author. 

All of this was made possible about...

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INTERVIEW | EMILIE DELALANDE







Sydney-based interior designer Emilie Delalande managed quite a coup for the first major interior project under the banner of her new studio, Studio Etic. She was given the opportunity to create the design for fashion designer Lee Mathews’ latest store in Armadale, Victoria. However, while her studio was new, Emilie had plenty of experience to draw upon. After moving to Australia from Paris in...

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PHOTOGRAPHER CHRIS WALTERS








“My mother is an artist so I grew up in a household where working a creative profession was always a possibility,” says Sydney photographer Chris Walters. “Photography was never any less important than any other type of career so I was lucky to have been encouraged very early on.” By the age of 10 his mother, the artist Marilyn Walters, bought him his first camera, and after high school Chris...

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PHOTOGRAPHER CHRIS WALTERS








“My mother is an artist so I grew up in a household where working a creative profession was always a possibility,” says Sydney photographer Chris Walters. “Photography was never any less important than any other type of career so I was lucky to have been encouraged very early on.” By the age of 10 his mother, the artist Marilyn Walters, bought him his first camera, and after high school Chris...

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DAILY PRACTICE | SHONA WILSON







Shona Wilson has been working as an artist for more than 20 years. Based in Sydney, she creates works utilising found objects in nature. Her latest exhibition is currently showing at Arthouse Gallery, until 1 October.

Read Shona’s original interview on Daily Imprint. Today she shares some insights into her daily art practice. 

Describe a typical working day
It has changed quite a lot over the years,...

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INTERVIEW | PHOTOGRAPHER JACQUI DEAN







Sydney photographer Jacqui Deanhas made history during her years of working as a photographer, although her beginnings started off quietly. She grew up in the East End of London and an interest in image-making began after discovering the “magic” of photography from an uncle and one of her cousins. After emigrating to Australia with her husband and three young children, Jacqui was given a chance...

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THE EDIT | TAHNEE CARROLL







Tahnee Carroll is a Sydney-based interior stylist who contributes regularly to Real Living and Yen magazines. She’s also worked for clients including Freedom, Domayne, Rapee and Life Interiors. Through her agency Citizens of Style with photographer Lynden Foss she has produced home features for a range of Australian and international publications. Tahnee has also recently launched her portfolio...

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ARTIST LEONIE BARTON







 In December 2014 Leonie Bartonstarted on an ephemeral-based art project that was only supposed to last a year. She set herself the task to every day create and photograph a work based on what she found. “I like that it can’t be perfect, because I am such a perfectionist,” Leonie says. “I can’t control what I find or if it’s a bit rough around the edges. I like that it can be achieved no matter...

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DAILY PRACTICE | HENRY CURCHOD





Henry Curchod is a Sydney-based artist who recently exhibited at China Heights Gallery.

Read Henry’s previous interview on Daily Imprint.

What are your preferred tools, materials and equipment? I use a lot of turpentine. Really heavily diluted oil paint. No material is really that sacred to me. In fact, the life of most tools and materials in my studio is transient. Except for my canvas pliers and a...

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