Artist's Drawing and Inspiration

Hours of Observing

Tanzania in East Africa was Louise Derry’s birthplace. Her home these days is in far north Queensland. She has earned an arts degree in ‘Art, Design and Technology’ which combined a variety of art modules including pottery; printmaking; fabrics; silversmithing and jewellery; woodwork; and art history.

“I specialised in painting in my final year,” she admits. “I wasted much of my college time as I was far more interested in my newfound freedom and independence – being away from home. What I do today is

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