I’m fascinated by the creative ways many artists repurpose in the creation of their work. Whether it’s using old boxes and magazines in a collage, melting down scrap metal for a sculpture or reusing machinery parts to createsomething beautiful, there are so many unique techniques to discover.
For this upcoming group show, we have invited some of our favourite assemblage artists from around Australia to show here in our Albion gallery.
To give you an idea of what to expect, I’d like to introduce some of our participating artists:
Living in Northern NSW, Oksana Waterfall’s work is unique, beautiful and has a lot to say. The artist uses a combination of painting, drawing and textiles, often housed within old timber drawers.
I was fortunate to meet Melbourne duo, Kitty Calvert late last year and was immediately drawn to their curious assemblage sculptures. Using vintage treasures, Kitty Calvert make some truly strange and appealing combinations, I’m sure you will love!