Julie Dargan Juice Master Australia Loves: Her boys, Banjo and Jake, her Husband Jim, Good company, living in the Lucky Country, exercise and of-course living healthy and juicing! Julie's background includes nursing for 20 years but currently focuses on preventative medicine by completing a Bachelor of Health Sciences, and is a fully qualified Naturopath.
Marek Podstawek and his band
Samuel Appapoulay - piano , ph. 0450 369 649 Mike Williams - el.bass , ph. 0411 612 627 Sasha Alex Jarosh - guitar , ph. 0407 566 157 Marek Podstawek - drums & perc. ph. 0402432918 Band name "SAMPHONY "
Kira Ezepchuk was born in Moscow, Russia. She graduated from Moscow State Linguistic University. The Dream is her debut novel.
Though all the characters of The Dream and the story itself are fictional, every event described in the book has been taken from real life. Synopsis: Sometimes when we love someone we do the exact opposite of what we want to do. Feelings can be complex; our reactions to them even more so. Understanding ourselves can be the most difficult of all. When Tara, a talented artist, impulsively takes on a bet to marry Julian, a stranger she meets in a pub, she believes the challenge may help her get over her broken relationship. To win the bet they must stay married for a year. Unexpectedly for herself, Tara falls in love with her new husband, and their life together seems so perfect, she hopes it will last forever. That is why Julian’s request for a divorce in the end of the bet comes as a total shock and forces Tara to confront the issues which caused her to accept the bet in the first place.
Helen Di Tomasso lives and works in Mornington, Victoria. She completed her Visual Arts Diploma in 2009 at Chisholm Institute of TAFE. Soon after completing her studies, she was awarded numerous prizes in various competitions and was a finalist in the Emerging Artist Competition held by the Walker St Gallery.
In Helen’s work, she explores line and motif. These form the skeleton from which strong figures speak from the canvas. She likes to explore other cultures, the feminine power, and weaves a connection between the concrete and natural environments into many of her paintings.
Colour has its own voice, used with playful variation and emotion. Within the creative process, Helen juxtaposes bold and soft tones, while using layering techniques to portray history. Helen is also intrigued by the relationships among form, the conveyance of meaning, and process. Her personal expression is explored within a semi abstract framework, where identity and memory come together.