Gabrielle Wang

Author and Illustrator

A Passing Whisper: 15 December

cat and bird

These illustrations are from my sketchbook done with brush, ink and watercolour. It is good to use Chinese painting techniques again. I have written a…

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Uncategorized: 3 December

Ms. Gabrielle, I am Unnathi from Pathways World School, Aravali, India. Thank you so much for visiting us today! I really enjoyed your session and…

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Book News: 3 December

Drawing love

Today I received a large envelope from a school in Queensland. Inside the envelope was a wad of illustrations and some pages of writing. The…

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A Passing Whisper: 3 December

Bookaroo India

I have just returned from Bookaroo Children’s Literature Festival in Delhi, India. I so enjoyed meeting the children, teachers, parents, participating authors and illustrators from…

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Book News: 23 November

Monks, writing and illuminated manuscripts

I often feel like a monk transcribing and decorating an illuminated manuscript. Patiently, painfully working over years in minute detail on the one book until…

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A Passing Whisper: 21 November

Growing up all I wanted to be was white

This article was published on September 29th in Daily Life, a SMH online magazine about women. I grew up in the suburbs of Melbourne at a…

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Book News: 18 November

Playfest – How to Draw a Dragon

  Today Saturday 22nd November, I will be teaching a Dragon drawing workshop at the Myer Music Bowl as part of Playfest. Bring the kids…

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Uncategorized: 13 November

Book signing at Dymocks Camberwell

  On Thursday November 20th I will be signing books at Dymocks Camberwell between 6pm and 8pm. Come along for a chat, a drink and…

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Uncategorized: 18 October

Moroccan diary 2

‘The Prophet said never to discard a crust of bread and that if you ever see it, even the smallest piece on the ground, you…

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Uncategorized: 7 October

Moroccan diary 1

Morocco is a land full of surprises. From the beaches of Essaouira to the lofty Atlas Mountains, its scenery is constantly changing. I love how…

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