Art Blogs in the Snowy Mountains
If you’ve ever journeyed through the mesmerising snowy landscapes of the Snowy Mountains, you’ll understand the inexplicable connection between art and nature. At Lamont Mag, we’ve embarked on a mission to bring this enchanting connection to life through our art blog, exploring the art, culture, and soul of the mountains we hold dear.
Feastival Falls Creek unveils its First Line-Up Announcement for 2024, featuring headline acts like The Temper Trap, Thelma Plum, and Holy Holy. Join us for an unforgettable experience at FEASTIVAL 2024.
Growing up in temperate suburbia, the very concept of snow is one of distant amazement. 5 hours for a Melbournian. From the very first winding ascent of a mountain the wonderment remains eternal...
Multi award winning wildlife photographer Charles Davis is a true local, 6th generation! Like all local kids in the Monaro, all he wanted to do was go snowboarding and as soon as he finished school he went overseas snowboarding, taking photos as he travelled, getting more and more...
Award winning country artist Fanny Lumsden’s 3rd full length album Fallow was written and recorded in a stone hut at their home in Tooma and launched a few hundred metres down the road at the Tooma rec reserve. The launch was a fund raiser for the Tooma/Maragle bushfire recovery, squeezed in on March 14, just before the lockdowns...
Extremely talented photographer and founder of Eskapee, Damian Breach has always loved mountain biking and photography. Working as a public servant with the Department of Defence, he lived in the United States for 4 years in his early 20's. And raced downhill in...
Anna and Nat Segal have spent the last 2 years filming for their movie Finding the Line. Currently in Melbourne they are working hard to get the movie completed and submitted to film festivals, organising premieres and trying to balance working at Toasta food...
The Monaro Plains are a special place for artists Mikel Simic and Rose Ricketson. It's where they met and fell in love while working on a project with Big hART two years ago. They have now been living a very simple life out on the Monaro Plains for the last 6...
En-route to the mountains half way between Jindabyne and Thredbo you can't miss the Wild Brumby Distillery, especially with the old ute parked out front. A schnapps and gin distillery and cafe with Austrian inspired food, it's grounds are scattered with...
On tour with their latest album After the Flood, Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen were back in the Snowy Mountains playing to a full house at Australia's highest altitude venue, the Sundeck, at this years PEAK Festival at Perisher. Tales of Snowy Hydro...
Combining their love of bikes, design, the arts and recycling, Emma Dinkgreve and Ivan Hackel have created Tread and Pedals, a business making clocks, belts, jewelry and accessories out of old bike parts. Bike mad Ivan is bike mad and has the scars to prove it. ...
A Canvas of Stories
Our blog is not just about showcasing the stunning vistas but also about the people who breathe life into these mountains. From award-winning wildlife photographers like Charles Davis to the musical talents of Fanny Lumsden, we bring you their stories, their passion for the mountains, and how they blend art and nature in their work.
Beyond the Slopes
We believe that the mountains are more than just winter playgrounds. They are a source of inspiration and a canvas for creativity. Our arts and culture blog delves into the diverse forms of art that flourish in the Snowy Mountains. Whether it’s the visual artistry of landscape photography, the rhythms of music, or the fusion of mountain biking and photography, we have it covered.
Join the Snowy Mountains Art Community
At Lamont Mag, we’re not just observers; we’re part of the art community in the Snowy Mountains. We collaborate with local artists, attend events, and celebrate the vibrant cultural scene that thrives in this pristine environment. Each blog post aims to deepen your connection to these mountains, whether you’re a visitor or a local.
Here are our featured blog posts.
– You didn’t hear it from me
– Feastival Falls Creek lineup 2024
– Monterosa: Amore Mio
– Ladies Behind the Lens
– Above the Clouds
– A Breath of Fresh Air in Dinner Plain
– Remote hut in Racha Georgian mountains
– Jono Brauer, breaking the mould
– Fostering the Back Country
– Terra Rosa Gear
Ready to Immerse Yourself?
Our art blog is your window to the soul of the Snowy Mountains. Come, explore, and be captivated by the beauty, culture, and creativity that make this place so unique. Whether you’re an art enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply curious, there’s something for everyone in our corner of the mountains.
Join us at Lamont Mag and discover the artistry of the Snowy Mountains like never before. Let’s share in the magic of this breathtaking landscape and the creativity it inspires. Together, we’ll embark on a journey that will leave you enchanted and inspired.
Remember, the Snowy Mountains are more than just a destination; they’re a way of life. Let’s celebrate this beautiful connection between art and nature together.