Painter and photographer David Hinchcliffe has works in private collections on every continent in the world. His current exhibition Home and Abroad is on show until September 11 at the Neo Gallery, 758 Ann Street Fortitude Valley at Brisbane. David has had 30+ solo exhibitions recording people and places. Summer on the Grand Canal at Venice, Autumn in Paris, Walking in the Rain at Chelsea, London or, on Park Avenue at New York appear alongside wonderful views of his hometown Brisbane. Well known in that city David has been a newspaper photographer speech-writer public relations officer and artist. He is an elected Councillor and a former Deputy Mayor of Brisbane City Council. He has delivered policies and initiatives, encouraged and inspired others. His contribution to the greater good and the development of the arts and culture continues to make his State of Queensland an even better place to live.
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Carolyn McDowall FRSA has gained considerable experience and business acumen in her professional career. An independent cultural and social historian, Carolyn is an interior designer by trade. She has been involved in the creative sector for over thirty years in Australia; completing interior design projects, creating and producing innovative corporate and not-for profit (social profit) community events. She has over that time continuously conducted independent research , while designing, developing, and producing educational art and design history programs in conjunction with renowned specialist colleagues.
Life upstairs and down for the Crawley family and their servants continues in Season 2. It is a definite saga in the making. Writer Julian Fellowes seems set on big changes, new inventions and different expectations in the episodes ahead. Seems he’s not ready to let go of his fantasy family yet, despite all their dramas.