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Gabriella Tagliapietra
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I am an independent textile and surface pattern designer, illustrator, artist and maker based in Canberra ACT, Australia. Pinch River is a creative enterprise that brings together my creativity and love of natural environments, resulting in unique hand-made products - Australian style for everyday living. The Pinch River is a perennial river of the Snowy River catchment and is located in the Snowy Mountains region of New South Wales, Australia. Having lived in the Snowy Mountains for a few years when I first left home, I enjoyed spending time exploring the local area, including the Pinch River. The area is one of absolute natural and unspoilt beauty, the essence of Australia that inspires the designs...
I am an independent textile and surface pattern designer, illustrator, artist and maker based in Canberra ACT, Australia. Pinch River is a creative enterprise that brings together my creativity and love of natural environments, resulting in unique hand-made products - Australian style for everyday living. The Pinch River is a perennial river of the Snowy River catchment and is located in the Snowy Mountains region of New South Wales, Australia. Having lived in the Snowy Mountains for a few years when I first left home, I enjoyed spending time exploring the local area, including the Pinch River. The area is one of absolute natural and unspoilt beauty, the essence of Australia that inspires the designs...

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New logo / branding
About this time last year I posted this new logo / branding. Yet here I am again with another logo variation. Every now and then I experiment
with different options in an attempt to land on the keeper... hopefully
this is it. I like this one as it is much...

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A new direction - blending my studio practice and production wares to
create these artworks that celebrate all I love about nature. I feel this is the beginning of the process, the experimentation as I am already developing new ideas on how to execute thes...

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The Koala Path - Tidnbinbilla Nature Reserve, Canberra
These images were taken on a return trip to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve - a 54.5 square kilometre protected area, on the fringe of Namadgi National Park. Located in the Eucalypt Forest, the Koala Path is 700m (taking about 20 minutes) and the Peppermint Trai...

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Bendora Arboretum, Canberra
This post follows on from here . This was our last stop on a return visit after exploring Bendora Dam and wanting to come back to see Bendora Arboretum, located in the Namadgi National Park. 'The Bendora Arboretum was established in 1940 as one of a series ...

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Aggie Gap / Mount Aggie, Canberra
This post follows on from here and here . This was our second stop on a return visit after exploring Bendora Dam and wanting to see Bendora Arbortetum. Located in the Namadgi National Park, forming part of the Brindabella Ranges and located near the NSW bor...

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Mount Franklin, Canberra
This post follows on from this one . This was our first stop on a return visit after exploring Bendora Dam and wanting to see Bendora Arbortetum. Located in the Namadgi National Park, forming part of the Brindabella Ranges and located near the NSW border, M...

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Bendora Dam, Canberra
Located in the Namadgi National Park, the Bendora Dam sits in the
upper reaches of the Cotter River and is part of Canberra's water
supply. As you can see from the 1st image we are right
at the NSW border - with Brindabella National Park. Arriving via
B...

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Bendora Dam, Canberra
  Located in the Namadgi National Park, the Bendora Dam sits in the upper reaches of the Cotter River and is part of Canberra's water supply. As you can see from the 1st image we are right at the NSW border - with Brindabella National Park. Arriving via Bri...

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seek :: a textiles exhibition and curated retail event by Gabriella Tagliapietra
A new direction - blending my studio practice and production wares to create these artworks that celebrate all I love about nature. To see all the images and read more about the work visit my flickr photostream .
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