Kinga Csilla Journal — buisness
Maddy Hope-Hodgetts / Home, art and Kali
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We're taking time to talk with Maddy Hodgetts, a Ngiyampaa and Wiradjuri artist who is busy making monumental things happen in the fashion industry. Where do we even start? Maddy runs her painting practice under the name Kapata Dreaming - @kapatadreaming - and then she also runs Yapa Mali - @yapamali - a clothing and accessory business based in Nyngan, NSW. Her design for Kinga Csilla - the Kali fabric pattern - speaks of Country, connection and waterways, and is expressed in the lushest, freshest blues and greens. What a delight. Tell us a bit about your own emerging label,...
Jac Giltrow \\ On International Travel during global lockdowns & Shooting Odyssey for Kinga Csilla
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Aren’t we lucky? We might be more than a bit lucky. Jac Giltrow is the photography extraordinaire featuring on the Kinga blog this week. She tells us about traveling through Covid, life in Bali, and a little bit of inside goss from her latest shoots.
Five Creative Minutes \\ with Britty Flynn
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We're taking time to chat with Sydney artist Britty Flynn about her emergent practice as a studio painter.
Her works stand out to us by the way they evoke wildlife, dreams and playfully surreal still life arrangements,
that might well place her with contemporaries such as Jess Locke or Jini Maxwell. We ask about work, play, and daily styling.
Burbury Wholefoods \\ On positive relationships with food
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Our mission has always been to connect people to their food. The story behind this wasn’t super tasty at the beginning but has a deliciously sweet ending.
Like many young girls and boys, I struggled with body image, and knowing what food to eat was a constant battle. I would research and go back and forth with different rules and diets that were branded as ‘healthy’ but, for myself, were actually just restrictive.
Libby Haines \\ On self reflection, honesty & pivoting towards passion \\
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"Around the time I stopped doing Lemon, Melbourne went into its first lockdown. The last few years I had been wanting to paint again but I think I was a bit scared about starting. Lockdown provided me with the perfect storm...I wasn't able to work, I had my toddlers full time and my husband was still working long days every day in Construction"