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Debbie Dieckmann

Freestone Mixed Media artist
About Debbie

Living all her life in the bush has given Debbie a love of colour and a sense of humour both of which is evident in her jewellery and  wildlife paintings. She loves the stories which are glimpses into her local birds’ lives and loves the challenge of capturing in her art the birds as they carry on with their daily lives. Her jewellery  and mixed media pieces are "whimsical unique and individual". She uses recycled products such as clothing tags and other cardboards, soda cans and  sticks which she hand paints and embellishes with fabrics, paper beads and wire. People are intrigued with her methods and processes which allow the “story” to evolve "I love showing people what I do", says Debbie, "how to create beautifully  lush pieces from discarded rubbish."

What you can do with Debbie at Freestone Memorial Hall

Workshops on both days. BYO water. $25 per person for 2 hours 10am & 2pm each day Materials supplied and instruction by Debbie. Contact Debbie

Phone 0488404637 Or email: Tea and coffee supplied

Studio Address: Freestone Memorial Hall 1244 Freestone Road Freestone 

Toilets, parking, rest areas on site. On the Cedar Route drive that takes you through the picturesque rural areas at the foot of the Great Dividing Range on the Southern Downs. Places of interest: Freestone Grain shed-displaying old machinery and historical building once used to store grain for the railway line to Warwick. Several Churches both private and public are located nearby.

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