I’ve Sold Sixty Original Paintings!

After adding up all the artworks I’ve sold over the years I’ve just realised I’ve sold a total of sixty paintings! Thank you to my art fans who have been keen to snap up my originals!


Art Bazaar Lambton Park Sunday 17 November 2019

Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar is back at Lambton Park for the second time this year on Sunday 17 November 2019 from 9am – 3pm for their annual Christmas market.

To locate my stall where I’ll be selling my original paintings look for the yellow canopy.

This year visitors can enter the draw for the chance to win amazing prizes created by participating stallholders including myself! To enter visit the official HAN market tent on the day.

The highlight of the event will be the 60 HAN members whose stalls will be surrounded by the beautiful parklands & scenery at Lambton Park. Every stallholder is a local from the Hunter – purchase Christmas gifts direct from the creative maker’s hands. Art Bazaar has been running every year since 2002 with high quality, original, creative and unique handmade items.

HAN is a non-profit incorporated membership of artisans from the Hunter. HAN is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers who have worked hard to celebrate all modalities of visual arts

Join the FB event – https://www.facebook.com/events/2322425357777893/

Art Bazaar 2020 dates – Sunday 5 April Speers Point, Sunday 30 August and Sunday 6 December at Lambton Park.


It’s always different looking at things upside down, some angles and shapes appear more prominent and sometimes weightless. View the phenomenon here without the head rush!

Art Bazaar Lambton Park a success today!

Massive thank you to everyone who stopped by at today’s Art Bazaar! I sold one of my original paintings to a happy customer. Lambton Park was once again a great location. We enjoyed the large crowds and enjoyed a day in the warm sunshine. It was an enjoyable & entertaining day and all round good atmosphere. Special thanks to the contribution by the Hunter Arts Network committee and stallholders. It’s great to know that the local quality creativity on offer is greatly appreciated and that all sales are going back into our local community to help artists continue their wonderful work. See you in November at Lambton Park again!

Hunter Arts Network held Art Bazaar Speers Point yesterday

Massive thank you to everyone who stopped by at yesterday’s Art Bazaar! Speers Point was once again a great location. Although the weather from the evening before didn’t look to promising and may have kept some of the crowds away we ended up enjoying a day in the warm sunshine. It was an enjoyable & entertaining day and all round good atmosphere. Special thanks to the contribution by the Hunter Arts Network committee, stallholders and performers. It’s great to know that the local quality creativity on offer is greatly appreciated and that all sales are going back into our local community to help artists continue their wonderful work. See you in August and November at Lambton Park!

Mother’s Day Market at Art Bazaar Speers Point tomorrow Saturday 4 May 2019

I will be at stall 43 at tomorrow’s Art Bazaar at Speers Point Park which is located in Park Rd, Speers Point (the turn off is from The Esplanade – route B57). Bring the family & enjoy the views of the northern shores of Lake Macquarie, The Lake Macquarie Variety Playground & Sal’s by The Lake Café & Kiosk.














Hunter Arts Network member stalls:
Eugenia Dunlevie
Warped & Twisted Creations – Donna Grech
Hairy Phish – Chrissy Young
Betty Lind Beaded Creations
Eclectique Designs – Lauren Boyd
Robyn Lane’s Leather & Art
Karen Scott Murals and Pet Portraits
Madame Ruse – Sophie Foster-Spinks
Tarniart – Tania Weekes
All Paper Love Co – Nami Byrnes
Steel Life Watercolours – Carol Allan
Linda’s Leadlight – Linda Jury
StudioKY – Kay Pittelkow
Katherine Belton – Tinkat Alley Art Studio
Ally’s Glass Chimes – Allison Battye
Anna Baba
Lizz Mackenzie
Margo Humphries
HELKINART – Helen Elphinstone King
Kay McEvoy – Polkadot Sisters
Bruce Roxburgh (Detailed Drawings)
Mummar’s Treasures – Elwyn Tweedie
Marian Roxburgh (Patchworker)
Max Greive
Joan Robinson
Franca Sibert – Francart
Leanne Triggs
Nina Moss – Stella Bella
Emily Wise
Jayd Colreavy
Fancy Nancy Ceramics – Nancy Galea
Rosanne Waters
Davidleadlight – David Ferfloglia
Wood-U-Like – Ross Fyfe
claire Locker Ceramics
Art Mania Studio
Claire Locker Ceramics
Wicked Whiskers – Sally Ambrose
Kute Pinnies
Suzi Zglinicki
T LO ART – Trena Lowe

Food stalls:
Gus and Duseys

Ice Creamery on Wheels

Coffee Well






Hunter Arts Network is holding Art Bazaar on two dates at Lambton Park this year – Sunday 25 August and Sunday 17 November. The upcoming Art Bazaar at Speers Point is being held on Saturday 4 May. Art Bazaar is a high quality local artisan market with 60 stallholders that has been held since 2002. I will be having a stall on these dates with my original paintings for sale. Visit www.hunterartsnetwork.org

Hunter Arts Network in Lambton Local

Check us out! Some of the Hunter Arts Network committee and stallholders from Art Bazaar Lambton Park in this month’s Lambton Local. Page 24 – Top: Molly Rollings and Debra Gluszek, Bottom: Margo Humphries, Kim Martin, Dianne Lorimer and Leanne Triggs


FREE TURN CLOTHING CO STICKER! Purchase any of my paintings and receive a large sticker! Valid at Art Bazaar Lambton Park Sunday 18 November 9am – 3pm. To find my stall it is the market tent with the yellow canopy.

The Gloss Premium Vinyl Sticker size is 20cm x 20cm, long-lasting 3-5 Years, UV Resistant, weatherproof, waterproof and suitable for outdoor use. One sticker per person. RRP $17.00

Purchase sticker online: https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/615362038/turn-clothing-co-large-gloss-premium?ref=shop_home_active_1

Turn Clothing Co shop: https://shop.spreadshirt.com.au/turnclothingco/

FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2158768774151313/

Article in The Newcastle Herald

Check out our article in The Herald today!


Newcastle visual artist Margo Humphries launches Turn Clothing Co. clothing brand

LIKE many kids, Margo Humphries loved painting and did as much as she could within her means.

“I didn’t get a lot of pocket money but I won a lot of kids’ drawing competitions,” she says.

“I remember keeping an exercise book of all the prizes that I had won, and it was in the hundreds.”

Now Humphries, an experienced visual artist with multiple group and solo exhibitions under her belt and a member of the Hunter Arts Network, is trading her acrylic paints and ink for graphic design.

She’s launched Turn Clothing Co, a made-to-order online clothing label that has released a range of T-shirts and apparel.

“I am revealing another side that has been itching to come out for a few years. Both disciplines inspire each other – design learns from art and art learns from the design,” she says.

“I’m drawn to designs that aren’t heavy, I can relate to fun and bright Newy life. This new project amplifies summer threads and beach apparel.”

Humphries, who moved to the Hunter from Taree in 2003 and has been painting professionally since 2008, says the move to start the label came upon demand.

“A lot of people commented that they liked the patterns in my work and that they would look good on material so although I haven’t yet gone down that path, I’ve started,” she says.

Local scenes inspire Humphries, from Lansdown escarpment in her home town of Taree to coastal water scenes in the Hunter. A fan of artists including Salvador Dali and Geoffrey Smart, Humphries is happiest when she leaves her day job and gets back to the paints.

Her decision to use German-headquartered T-shirt manufacturing company Spreadshirt for her production is based on her desire to lower overheads while ramping up her designs.

She designs prints on a computer then uploads it to the Spreadshirt site for printing and manufacturing before they can be ordered, either via Spreadshirt or her own site.

“Eventually I would love to be able to have my stock,” she adds, “and send it out directly and do it all myself.”

She enjoys the process of designing a print and the fact she can step away and return to it after a few days and change it completely or revise it in her own time.

Turn Clothing Co sponsors 12-year-old Sydneysiders Archie Perkin and Luka Latinovic who recently had their first taste of surfing competitions with Maroubra Surfers Association.

“They contacted me and though they are not from the Hunter I thought it would be good to support them and get my designs out there,” she said.