Author, Illustrator, Eliza Feely aka WATTLEITBE creates vibrant, sequential iconic images on wood inspired by wild imaginings, landmarks & daily happenings near her home in The Otways.
‘Smarty Grant’ for Waxy Fungoo Project 2020, awarded by Surf Coast Shire, Auspiced Surf Coast Arts in 2019
Selected: Strip Billboard, Australian Cartoonist showcase (Wobbly Trolley), in conjunction with Yarra Council and Corner Hotel 2009
Illustrators Initiative, Illustrators Australia and A.C.A, 2011, 2012, 2013
Best Indigenous Book, Peka Boo The Smallest Bird In All the World,
Australian Speech Pathology Book Awards 2009
Best Book Design, Peka Boo The Smallest Bird In All The World, Australian Design Awards 2011
Maps & Monsters, Qdos Arts, Lorne 2004
102 Trees, Qdos Arts, Lorne 2006
Discarde, An Ode to Op-Shop, Boom Gallery 2013
Look What Happened to Us, Boom Gallery, 2015
Wattleitbe & The 200 Year Old Whale, Karingallery, Geelong 2016
Wattleitbe & The Bunyip Papers, Qdos Arts, Lorne 2017
** Eliza Feely has been working under the name,
Wattleitbe since 2015 creating small paintings on plywood
& hand made books, maps. Wattleitbe was selected Emerging
Artist, MARKIT, Federation Square, 2015.
Feature Artist, main stage murals, Falls Music and Arts Festival 2000- 2011
Doorangwah, Spring Creek Project 2015: maps, billboards on Great Ocean Road, postcards, Spring Creek Children’s Park mural- In conjunction with Wathaurong Co- Op, Geelong and Surf Coast Shire, Torquay.
Fig Tree Community House Mural, Lorne, Vic.
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