Spaces made room for their new Spring gallery bringing you a splash of bright pink and some surreal digital art.
To purchase any of these pieces, brighten up your home, and support a local, Melbourne artist, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the artwork.
When Kat Marcius created this diptych, the artwork felt a lot like a self portrait. Though there are two girls, they are both of her. One is her physical self and the other is the Artist. They are the same, but as two entities. The Pink blocks out everyday life, while the clouds and majestic blues represent the creativity inside her mind.
The Two Girls (Left)
The Two Girls (Right)
Acrylic on Canvas
110h x 85w cm
A digital artist that plays in the surreal, Neilsen draws on her architectural background to share engaging collages of her interpretation of how our mechanical and biological worlds join. This piece speaks for itself, showing us a fantastical world that is dealing with rising water levels. It is important to note that the floating levels element is a sample from the drawing ‘An Exhibition Hall’ by Conrad Roland, 1964.
Rising Waters 2.1
Digital Collage printed on fine art paper
42h x 30w cm
$110 each or $210 each (framed)
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