The March Arts Zine includes an animating and breathtaking collection of contemporary  artists, photographers and writers.

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This month Arts Zine presents internationally renowned and award winning painter and stunning portraitist Evert Ploeg.

Acclaimed painter and film maker George Gittoes features an article Butterfly Fate, an in-depth look at his latest painting

The message is that these are dangerous times for the destiny of our planet.”

And we take a look at his forthcoming exhibition Augustus Tower at Mitchell Fine Art, in  Brisbane.

Hellen Rose presents Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, writing about  Performance Art and her  latest work Haunted Burqa.

David McLeod artist, musician and educator writes about his involvement with Buteyko ( breathing technique).

From the Hunter we present the delightful  and colourful paintings of artist  Bridie Watt. 

Photographer Eric Poulter presents a dynamic photographic gallery, he gives some insights into influences, interests and some personal history.

Fred Cole a composer, musician, and soundscape artist based in Lismore, NSW, writes about his life and passion for pianos.

We are introduced to Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre by Fred who composed the music for their recent production  ‘O, How I Dreamt of Things Impossible’ .

Lorraine Fildes, our resident travel photographer and writer features  – Suddenly Turning Visible Art and Architecture South East Asia 1969 to1989. 

We are introducing Hunter poet Reese North and a new work by Sydney based artist and poet Mark Elliot-Ranken.                                                               

 Don’t  miss out reading new works by resident poets Maggie Hall, Brad Evans and Eric Werkhoven.

ART NEWS and information on forthcoming art exhibitions.