Blue Mountains Life


For Bathurst artists, Mike and Nicole Foxall, music and art have been an integral part of their relationship, right from the beginning. They have grown as artists independently alongside each other and recently built an art studio at the family home. It’s a dynamic relationship, that’s for sure but with their love for family and art in common, and – Mike says, with a lot of help from his “incredible sense of humour,” – it’s been an incredibly successful partnership.

“A mutual interest in the arts and initially music was probably a big thing in what drew Nicole and me together some 25 years ago,” Mike says. “These days our mutual passion for visual arts

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