To view some of the entries from our October 2020 kids’ bread tag art competition, click here.
A picture paints a thousand words …… thank you Elizabeth, Shani and Maria, for sharing your work with us!
Elizabeth Solich is an Adelaide based diver, underwater photographer and artist. Her observations of marine fauna and flora allow Elizabeth to challenge boundaries, capturing the underwater world utilising environmentally aware storytelling in the exploration of movement and composition.
See more of Elizabeth’s work on her Facebook page and website.
Shani Nottingham, who lives in Cowra in NSW, is an artist and educator. Shani’s concern for the environment, love of experimenting with different mediums to create art, and her desire to learn, research and educate all meshed together a few years ago to create The Breadtag Project. One of Shani’s current projects is a Breadtag Alphabet for children.
See more of Shani’s work on her Facebook page and website.
Maria lives in the New England region of NSW and likes to use found objects and or used materials to make art. She works in the community sector and is a keen environmentalist and climate activist. When her local Council holds Waste Into Art competitions, Maria enjoys submitting entries – her past entries have included using tumbled beachglass and driftwood, stripped trucktyres and breadtags. The breadtag art won People’s Choice category in 2014.
Does your artwork have a bread tag or wheelchair theme and convey a message consistent with the goals of our program? Contact us to talk about appearing on this page.