Pablo's Arthouse is currently closed to the public. Sandy is pursuing her art practice of Hand Painted Prints. Please visit her on her website SandyJamesArtist. Thank you.
Pablo's New Arthouse is an airy light open space overlooking spacious grasslands, rainforest and neighbouring horse paddocks where we run art classes that cater for everyone. Set back on an acreage Pablo's is the perfect studio venue which is large enough to cater for group creativity and seductive enough to coax the lone artist to completely absorb themselves in their personal creative pursuit.
Pablo’s Arthouse is also available for hire as a private and beautiful space for conferences, yoga, palates, corporate and private parties and meetings in general.
Situated next door to the Green Point Vet Pablo's Arthouse is easy to find and parking is plentiful.
Sandy James has been running the home business of Pablo’s Arthouse since late 2010.
Qualified with a Fine Arts Degree Newcastle University Ourimbah Campus, Tafe completions in Painting, Drawing, Art history, Theory and Professional Practice and in the process of completing a Cert.3 in Children’s Services, Sandy has had an all-round education in the arts which started back in the 1980’s when she completed a graphic arts certificate with Shillitos Design School.
Following another career path Sandy found her way back to her love of the arts and has had some incredible experiences teaching, learning, travelling and collaborating. Some of her highlights have been travelling, exhibiting and working in South Korea as an invited emerging artist with 9 Dragons Head, collaborating with artists Sharon Tudor Smith, Tex Skuthorpe and the 7 years of the 5 Lands Walk collaboration of ephemeral beach art, photography and exhibitions of which she has played some major fundamental roles. She has also loved teaching at Gosford Regional Gallery for many years and travelling to Florence for the insatiable experience of summer school.
Sandy works in a diverse field of mediums from paint to seaweed and all that falls between.
She likes to point out that there are no mistakes in art and that it is about the journey not necessarily the end result.