Our in house Artist, TARNS ONE & TAYLA CARLAW, were recently commissioned by Adelaide Fringe and the City of Onkaparinga to create this stunning piece.
Located at City of Onkaparinga Council Chambers at Noarlunga Centre.
Thanks to the good people at Longview Vineyard, we have 3 of these collectable limited edition 'The Piece' 2009 Shiraz valued at $80.00 each to give away to the next 3 people to purchase artwork from our latest exhibition - PRISM.
Artworks can be purchased in store or online.
Deposits are also welcome, we require 20% deposit to secure artwork, for further information please contact us on 08) 8271 7711 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out the artwork here..
Check out the artwork here..
‘He who does creates’
Perfecting his craft since 1997, DOES is a multidisciplinary international artist recognised for his dizzying choice of colours, clean style and eye for detail. Taking root in graffiti art, traditional letterform is Does’s primary love. He maintains that different hand styles betray elements of their owners' emotional landscapes, putting personality traits subconsciously on display. Only using the letters D, O, E and S as a foundation, he continues to elevate these etchings to new heights. Through an explosion of colour and shape, letters assume narrative.
The Nasty Artists crew started in 1991 by ‘RANK – The Mad Crusher’. At the height of his career he was known as one of the best graffiti writers in Australia (predominately from ‘87-‘91). The crew are notorious for pushing their styles to the limits. Each member has a definitive strength that compliments one another. They have done it all from bombing insides to large scale productions. The crew consists of ‘TIPER’, ‘PINE’, ‘ENDS’, ‘FANTEM’, ‘CHEK’, ‘JUMBLE’, ‘OKUR’, ‘RANK’, ‘TARNS’, ‘ORBS’, ‘MONK’. This historic crew are made up of many talented individuals and we are pleased to have three of its members participating in ‘PRISM’.
CWR has been involved in the South Australian Graffiti Art Movement and creating public art murals for well over 20 years. Well known for his highly stylized figurative based works, he continues to push the boundaries in his preferred fields of graphic, fine and aerosol arts all the while maintaining a natural organic approach.
Orbs, Adelaide born and based StyleWriter, has been painting with aerosol since 98-99. He focuses on the manipulation of letters, the heart and soul of aerosol art. He is persuing his passion for Art by undertaking a bachelor of visual art at Adelaide University. He is also an apprentice tattooist at Keystone Creative located in Blackwood, Adelaide.
Tarns (The one who freaks the funk), has been painting graffiti since 1987 and is best known for his ability to perpetually reinvent his style, all the while preserving the more traditional elements of the art. This has made him an icon in graffiti culture. Tarns now divides his time between his family, operating Cold Krush Store/Gallery and his art.
It is not often that you come across a young professional runner who shares a passion in creative arts and athletics.
Born with a partially formed arm, Gab competes in the T46 classification (arm amputees) 100 metres. In 2010 Gab was selected to compete in the Commonwealth Games at the tender age of 18, the London Paralympics in 2012 and won a silver medal at the 2013 world championship in Lyon for the 100m T46 category.
And that’s not all, Gabs artistic ability goes unnoticed, his unique style using acrylic paints (mainly pastel colors) and black and white is presented onto skateboard decks, and various paper sizes. Gab signs his work with alter ego ‘Pirate Material’ (Inspired from ‘The Streets). Pirate material describes his artwork as observations through a child’s eyes. Meaning all the subjects are very simple and bold, Gabriel also restricts him self to no shading and 2d form, working only through shapes. In early 2013 Gabriel held a sold out show at R.H.D on Ebenezer place selling out in less than two hours.
Upcoming projects from Pirate Material include a tee shirt and deck release, various art shows and a collaborative artist journal zine with Henry Steinford under 1LOVEADL.Pirate Material Tumblr
Pirate Material Tumblr
Jonathan Guthmann is an Australian artist currently based in Melbourne.
He predominantly works in the fields of painting, drawing and printing that extends multiple generations into his family history originating from the upper parts of Bavaria, Germany.
"My father migrated to Australia in 1958, and I was born in Sydney, 1980. He being an artist himself, so far back as I can recall there was always the presence of art in my life. In some respects it is something that has always come somewhat naturally to me, something I’ve just always done, having begun to “create” at about the age of 7. I started out with graphite drawing and continued to use this as my sole medium until my later teenage years when I began to branch out into the use of other mediums. Today these include oil paints, oil pastels, pigmented inks, graphite, pen."
"Because my art has conveyed so many different things at different times over the years, to describe the nature of my work as an artist is somewhat difficult. In one sense it is simply the visual aspect of my personal search for self-understanding, but it is also much more than that. My work also is a personal attempt to address the great, perennial and ubiquitous questions that life offers us, such as all those which pertain to God or some “Great Other”, questions pertaining to life beyond death, the existence, nature, origins and future of the human soul, the enigma of suffering, and the uncharted world of the human subconscious."
"For this reason, particularly with work created within the last seven years or so, one will often find it saturated with archetypical imagery, and with esoteric, metaphysical, mythical and religious iconography. My imagery borrows heavily from the worlds of the esoteric and mythical because the forms, ideas and symbols with which they are embedded describe man’s relentless quest to find and to create meaning for himself. Symbols, particularly those we find in these “systems” describe his attempt to address and to comprehend the great mysteries of nature and of being."Jonathan Guthmann's website
Jonathan Guthmann's website
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