October 22, 2018
I felt this sense of ‘belonging’ within those that welcomed me so generously with a bed/couch/patch of floor, a meal and a hot shower; within those that walked with me along coastlines, through foreign cities, to mountain peaks and across borders; within those with whom I shared a couple of beers, questionable home brews and a bunch of fun times. My heart and my home are now scattered across the world and they’ll never be whole again.
October 22, 2018
Lorenzo Quinn’s sculpture ‘Hands’, featured in the 2017 Venice Biennale, highlights the inevitability of rising sea levels and the threat this poses to Venice. Many studies suggest the lagoon city could be completely underwater within 80 years. Within our lifetime.
We have no shortage of beautiful things in McLaren Vale, and Kimberley McMurtrie’s intricate illustrations are among the best of them. Read an extract from Fleurieu Living Magazine’s Spring 2017 Issue.
March 12, 2017
Read a snippet of Fleurieu Living Magazine’s editorial on Mia Reschke; a 17-year-old artistic powerhouse from Tatachilla Lutheran College.
March 8, 2017
Green Light, Lorde’s comeback single, was released last week after what seemed like an eternity of Lorde teendom. She possesses a kickass confidence whilst baring all her vulnerabilities.
February 23, 2017
raw, short, and simple.
loaded with meaning.
a scribble of words and flowers by annabel.
December 16, 2016
Meet Roisin Maeve, talented poet and performer who brings her words to life. Her writing is courageous yet soft, simple yet intricate. Above all, it is raw, and this is what makes her poetry so relatable to young female audiences.
November 11, 2016
For as long as I’ve known Amethyst, she’s always had an artistic flair with everything she does, whether it be visual art, cake decorating, or fashion. Throughout her teenage years, this creativity orientated towards makeup, and now at only 19, it’s hard to believe Amethyst’s talent is completely self-taught.
November 11, 2016
A singing, songwriting, guitar-playing, surfer and surf life saver with curly blond locks; it seems as though Rhys Coventry is the complete package. Annabel Bowles chats to this down to earth, raw talent about his budding career in music, what artists inspire him, and where he can be found performing this summer.
November 6, 2016
Ivy’s post ‘Let’s face it, your art degree is going to get you nowhere.‘ was one of the better things I’ve clicked on amongst the trash that floods my Facebook feed. The title is click bait, and a clever one at that. Being an avid enthusiast of all things art and creativity (just to point out the obvious), the title of the post immediately intrigued me.
November 1, 2016
James Kamp. Law and International Studies student at the University of Adelaide. Vegan. Very tall. A jawline that could carve up a Sunday roast. Electric blue eyes. These are James’ fundamental traits, but there is so much more beneath this that is, for the most part, hidden.
October 30, 2016
Have a gander through this blog created by a likeminded friend of mine.
October 28, 2016
From high school drop out to one of Adelaide’s most recognised lifestyle and portrait photographers, seventeen year old Baxter William Wiles has well and truly gone places in his short but successful career. Annabel Bowles chats to him about his progression as freelance photographer.
October 22, 2016
My top six Australian music artists! One of the best aspects of our outrageously weird Australian culture. If you’re a fan of alternative, folk, and acoustic music then you’ve come to the right place.