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From bums and boobs to self-care and 'not-so-subtle' insights into womanhood, Claire Cassidy represents real women in her art in a way that the media constantly fails to. She's a strong believer in the female body being viewed as simply that: a body, and not something that necessarily needs to be associated with sexuality.

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Heidi Helyard was always destined for a future in the arts. With an accomplished potter for a grandmother and a multi-medium artist for a mother, it’s hardly surprising that Heidi has crafted a 14-year career as a successful fibre artist and a self-employed graphic designer.

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Tasmanian-born Luca Duyst is a star is on the rise. She may only be a young student at the Whitehouse Institute of Design, but she’s already caught the eye of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week organisers and last year was invited to perform her illustrative talents for MSFW 2016.

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