TOM MET MISH. MISH MET JACQUI. JACQUI MET TOM.
She grew up surrounded by contemporary art. Became an architect and travelled the world constantly inspired by how art affects humanity. Mish then realised her true passion, which illuminated the path to founding an art agency - promoting excellence in emerging contemporary art as well as the merger of contemporary art & architecture.
He grew up with a fondness for the underling. Attracted a cult-following for his sculpture as the animal world became central to his artistic drive. Tom rescues wounded animals on a regular basis and befriends birds of prey. He is passionate about using his art as an optimist conduit between the animal world and the human world which uses animals for their sport.
She began cooking at the age of 14. Hosted an international spectrum of clients in a multitude of distant shores. Jacqui settled back on the land to share her passion for excellence on her own turf. She has developed one of the most successful tourist destinations on the Mornington Peninsula, steering full speed ahead towards new and exciting ventures.
POST + WIN!
ART CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
SO CAN YOU.
As animal lovers we support Hepburn Wildlife Shelter and have elected to contribute a percentage of all exhibition sales to this 24-hour, self-funded volunteer wildlife rescue and treatment centre. Established to care for injured, orphaned, sick and distressed wildlife, the shelter is an animal welfare charity run by founders Gayle Chappell and Jon Rowdon from their home just outside Daylesford in the Wombat Forest, Victoria Australia.
Please donate generously. Cash collected in our dedicated collection box will go directly to the shelter. Thank you.