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Category: Artist of the Week

Artist of the Week – Darryl Trezise

Darryl Trezise – He’s fairly new to our shop, but when Darryl Trezise first came into The Riddoch with his glass items his passion... Read More


Artist of the Week – Anne Miles

Anne Miles – Anne Miles grew up in Adelaide and studied at the South Australian School of Art, and now lives and works in... Read More


Artist of the Week – Cathy Cheung

Cathy Cheung (Cathy C Collections) – Born and raised in Mount Gambier and now based in Robe, Cathy has been creating for over 25... Read More


Artist of the Week – Michele Hajek

Originally from Victor Harbour, Michele moved to Mount Gambier 15 years ago to be closer to family. She loves painting in Watercolor, saying ‘it’s... Read More


Artist of the Week – April Hague

This week’s artist spotlight comes with an added twist…. April Hague is an artist and art teacher based in Mount Gambier. Her arts practice... Read More


Artist of the Week – Jenny Johnson

Born and raised in the Limestone Coast, Jenny Johnson’s artistic journey began much later in life. In 2003, after ending a seven year stint... Read More


Artist of the Week – Glenys Hughs

Another Wednesday, another spotlight on a local artist from the Riddoch Shop for #riddochathome. Glenys Hughes enjoys working with soft luxurious fabrics to produce an... Read More


Artist of the Week – Samantha Aslin

During our #riddochathome campaign, we’ll be sharing some of the amazing work by our local shop artists. Today we feature Samantha Aslin with a picture of... Read More


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