More recent mural work by Mainstay's, Tarns and CWR. This time the guys go large on the side wall of the new Joggers World outlet on Fullarton Road.
Self taught artist, Hugo Perez from New York has added this very cool organic sculpture of a spray can titled "Spray Paint Can" to his collection of works on Saatchi Art.
Perez uses a variety of mediums. Drawing being his primary medium, he also creates paintings, sculpture, wood carving, printmaking and uses ceramics as a segue to creating new ideas.
He quotes, "My work is the product of being aware of our limited life span and that art is one of the few things that fill the void of existence".
Quite different to his other works, this sculpture can be identifed as a true New York icon, and his inspiration for this is clearly drawn from the New York urban environment around him.
I love the fact this piece is afforable too, at AU$400 this is a bargain for a one of a kind, hand made scultpture. Definitely one to add to the mantle piece!
To purchase this work from Hugo Perez, or any others from his collection on Saatchi Art click the link below:Hugo Perez 'Spray Paint Can'
Hugo Perez 'Spray Paint Can'
Calling all artists from ages 8 and beyond!
We're putting on a couple of Aerosol Workshops during the upcoming Easter Holidays!!
Mark your calendars the dates we have available are: Wednesday the 16th of April (12-3pm) and Saturday 19th of April (9.30-12.30pm)
Total cost is $140, this includes all materials and the use of quality aerosol paint along with a 1m x 1m quality artist canvas of your work from the day to take home.
Spaces are super limited and bookings are essential. We also require $50 Deposit upon booking. These spaces fill up quick so 'Hop to it' to ensure you do not miss out!TO SECURE BOOKING, CONTACT US NOW!
TO SECURE BOOKING, CONTACT US NOW!
Adelaide Represents with another local artist Fletch Cuts. Fletch works works with hand cut stencils, acrylics, oils, aerosol, inks and pastels.
Fletch has easily managed to bridge gaps between mediums with no formal art training. Works including the human face and form and its expressions, to animals and distortions. A 2012 Australian StencilArt Prize finalist, his attention to detail is evident in the clean lines and crisp feel to his multi layered stencil pieces.
Recently his cutting skills have been under the microscope, almost literally. His micro portraits are small enough to fit on a dollar coin, using only spray cans and often consisting of seven to ten layers. His meticulous brush work in various mediums shows an artist very much in control of his craft.
Fletch is definitely an artist to keep your eye on, his work is constantly progressing in unpredictable yet truthful directionsFletch's Facebook Link!
Fletch's Facebook Link!
Dvate is an artist who started writing graffiti in 1997 and grew up on the Frankston Line in Melbourne, Australia.
He started writing the word "DVATE" in 1999.
He has travelled to London and throughout Europe and has painted murals and commisions for companies such as Adidas, Footlocker & Disney.
Dvate's work has been featured in several exhibitions internationally in cities such as LA, St Louis, Philidelphia and New York and more.
In 2002 he started his business known as 'GraffixCreative' which specialises in Customised Murals and paintings. It has become very well established and now recognised as one of the leading mural businesses in Australia.Graffix Creative Link
Graffix Creative Link
Adelaide's own Donovan Christie is a self taught Australian Fine Artist. Since beginning his journey of Art in 2010 he has had numerous solo exhibitions and been a part of many group exhibitions, locally and interstate. He has exhibited in galleries such as Greenhill Galleries Adelaide, No Vacancy Melbourne, Royal South Australian Society of the Arts and have also been on display in Adelaide Town Hall. He was awarded the 'SALA Statewide Super Artist of the Year Award' in 2012 for his painting entitled ‘Hajek Garden’ as a part of the South Australian Living Artists festival and most recently announced as a finalist for the Adelaide Parklands Art Award.
"My passion for artwork originally began on the streets as a young teen with a backpack full of spray cans. Since then I have taken that passion and drive from the streets to now applying it to canvas. Painting a snap shot of the scenes where you once would have found me.Donovan's Facebook Page
Donovan's Facebook Page
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