Artist's Palette

The Music is Back

South Australian designer Lyndy Danby took up painting when she married a man on the land and found that surrounding property owners were much more inclined to spend money on new tractors than new kitchens or any sort of residential improvements. They believed their choices to be more productive. Our artist begs to differ!

Having worked in Melbourne for nearly ten years as an interior designer, a silversmith and an art teacher, it was a bit of a shock to find herself in the middle of a paddock (so to speak) … even though

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