Jeff Raglus is one of a unique group of contemporary artists who divide their practice equally between music and the visual arts. Encompassing all that is pop, Jeff's work constantly blurs the boundaries between fine and graphic art. He has worked for Mambo, Swatch Watches, The Arena Theatre company, Ansett Airlines and many more .
He has done numerous album covers, released 4 children books, designed literally hundreds of poster and T Shirt prints including the iconic 1999 Apollo Bay Music Festival Poster, and has had at least 2 solo exhibitions every year since 1989. Musically he has played and recorded and released albums with The Bachelors From Prague, The Black Sorrows, The Beachniks, The Feeling Groovies, Fogg, Rebecca Barnard, Ross McLennan, his own solo project and more recently Victoriana Gaye.
His playful art style sometimes has a mid century vibe, but not one to succumb to retro nostalgia, Jeff always provides something new and fresh. He describes his art as ‘Surf/Folk/Pop’
Finglesin is an Apollo Bay based Sculptor and graphic artist with a playful take on his environment and its stories.
Specializing in large public sculpture and community collaboration Finglesin has featured huge interactive sculptures for many shires, major building projects and organizations including the Melbourne Botanical Gardens, The Park Hyatt Sydney and WinterWild 2017 and 2018. He is influenced by the comic art, toys and automobiles of the 70’s and Melbourne Artists and Street Artists of the 90’s. He works primarily in fine timber and metal with larger works in steel, cast bronze and iron.
Marshall White is a Melbourne based artist with roots deep in the Otways.
Associate Diploma of Printmaking 1973 and Postgraduate Degree in Painting 1980 -VCA. Melbourne Australia.
Marshal has been a prolific Painter from 1980 and 3D artist and builder of virtual worlds for theatre, film and Television since 1988.
Marshall has works held with Art Bank, NGA and private collections. His Video and Animations have been screened on ABC TV Australia and shown at The Tate London, Experimental Festivals in Spain, UK, USA and Germany