Meeting of the Waters: Owen Love

Playwright, theatre performer and diesel mechanic Owen Love is one of the artists featured in Meeting of the Waters, a project supported by Country Arts SA involving a residency at Wellington, the development of a series of short films, interviews and blog posts featured on a website – and culminating in a show at the Wellington courthouse in September.  Owen is … More

Meeting of the Waters: Michelle Murray

Writer and storyteller Michelle Murray is driven by the need to understand herself and the family she has chosen – she is a white woman married to an Aboriginal man, with whom she has two children. Synergistically, Michelle’s latest project, Meeting of the Waters, is one of a number of creative investigations by artists and communities along South Australia’s stretch … More

Gardening on the edge

Business woman and artist Winnie Pelz has created a safe haven where she can scratch in the earth in her beautiful garden perched on the wild south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. I spoke to her for Fleurieu Living magazine about her passion for art and gardening, and blending with the environment.


Meeting of the Waters: Richard Hodges

In Meeting of the Waters, photographer Richard Hodges, of Cadell Street Studio in Goolwa, captures the changing moods of the people and the landscape using both photography and film. He chronicles Owen Love’s story and responds creatively to Michelle Murray’s poetic tales with enigmatic images of the region.  Richard has a picture of himself as a child holding an old Kodak viewfinder camera that his … More

Meeting of the Waters: Kylie Kain

Kylie Kain is a singer/songwriter who lives on a cattle farm on the southern Fleurieu with her three children. Kylie’s song ‘Stompin the Ground’ – written for Reconciliation Week in 2014 – won the National Sing Loud Competition for best original song, judged by Gurrumul and Delta Goodrem. The song is on the Reconciliation Week website (, and features Kylie and … More