“I embrace everything that comes under the umbrella of creativity, whether it functional, or purely aesthetic”.
Nikki has lived the artist’s life for the past twenty years, making and selling her work, but found that a platform was needed for herself and fellow craftsmen.
With the encouragement of her three daughters, Nikki enrolled in and attained her Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design.“That is when the seed was planted and a whole new world opened up".
With the prospect of having to move away for work Nikki bit the bullet, and Purple Skin Magazine was born. It wasn’t long before her team began to jump on board to produce a resource for creatives, tourists, and anyone else who has that creative juice running through their veins.
Embrace art, love culture, discover South Coast…this is the essence of Purple Skin Magazine.
Leading a small, but talented team of writers, photographers, and designers, Nikki Wright is passionate about promoting and celebrating the unique talents of the many creatives living on the South Coast.
“To contribute to such a creative and vibrant community in this way is an absolute honour. But even more of a privilege, is to have Karin Neate (photographer, graphic designer and creative extraordinaire), and Max Dingle (artist, curator and member of the Shoalhaven Arts Board),
working together to embrace everything that comes under the umbrella of creativity”.