Bushland cubby house at Medowie inspire Arts student

Alysha and a Medowie cubby house which inspired her.
Alysha and a Medowie cubby house which inspired her.


ALYSHA Fewster has been inspired by bushland cubby houses at Medowie to form part of her honours thesis centred on ‘Outdoor Play.’

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“I really didn’t know which direction to take at the end of my schooling so I enrolled in a fine arts degree – and loved it,” she told News Of The Area.

Now, with a first class honours degree under her belt, Alysha she has exhibited a series of one metre square conceptual prints which invite the viewer to reflect on their relationship with the environment.

Her works have appeared in galleries at Cooks Hill and Perth.

Currently she volunteers at Newcastle Art Gallery to promote youth engagement with art as well as working as a swim school coordinator at Tilligerry Aquatic Centre.

That’s not all! Alysha’s creative talents extend to print making, etching and sculpting in both wood and metal. She has also cast in bronze.

And the Future? Who knows? We can only hope that with such a variety of well honed artistic skills her development as a creative practitioner will be assured.



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