I love writing, taking photos, travelling and enjoying life. I have a BA of Adult and Vocational Teaching and a Master of Arts (Writing). My business card says Writer, Traveller, Camera Addict, and Bamboo Fan www.dihill.com.au
Scribble Inspired Works of Art
Margie Macadam, an artist living on beautiful Bribie Island, loves the patterns on the Scribbly Gums – a type of eucalyptus tree which is a favourite food source for koalas and grows on a property she is familiar with. She loves the strange patterns on the bark of the big old Scribbly Gums and has used these patterns as the inspiration for her many artworks.
Her art is displayed in many forms – and she has recently launched a range of products especially for the summer days on Bribie Island – with her range of Redbeach Designs including Bikinis, Wraps, Visors, Cushions, Bow Ties and Scarves.
Scarf With Scribbly Gum Bark
She regularly attends various markets around the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay regions – and will be attending Handmade Meets the Arts Christmas Market at the Old Fire Station Gallery, 395 Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe on Saturday November 26th from 9 am to 3 pm.