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Sharing the journey and stories from the present and the past to educate, inform and entertain you.  With the love of nature, the eye for detail, Tony shares his real life ventures into the outback to seek out those rare and hard to find birds and bring them to life in the form of stunning art work.
Surviving a workshop

To tell the truth I was more than a little worried – would I be able to survive doing my first teaching workshop in over 30 years?? Would anyone even be interested enough to come to the wilds of the Victorian alps, brave the birdlife, Nicky’s cooking and the dodgy internet connectivity that only the country can provide? Well from all the positive feedback and the fun we had, my November workshop was a success. What a relief! While Nicky is an old hand at teaching and running workshops, for me it was less than a natural instinct. But we did it. The food and accommodation part went well, and everyone seemed to get something worthwhile from the 2 days of arty immersion. Thanks to all those lovely people who came along and made it such a success – Dario, Evan, Ngaire, Angie, Kate and Di. Keep in touch and do drop by when you are next in this gorgeous part of the country.

  • Surviving a workshop
  • Surviving a workshop
  • Surviving a workshop
  • Surviving a workshop
  • Surviving a workshop

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