Title: Hanging Planter No.12
Materials: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 43 x 53cm including VIC Ash Frame
Andria Beighton is a Melbourne based artist, currently absorbed in the creation of distinctive, still life paintings with a floral focus. A self taught artist, Andria has developed a unique, meticulously clean and balanced style. Andria’s background in floristry and accessory design are evident in her subject selection and carefully constructed colour palettes. A lifelong love of textile, homewares and architectural design from the 1930’s to 1970’s is explored through her work, lending her paintings their unmistakable nostalgic allure. Her works are held in private collections throughout Australia, the UK and North America.
Materials: Digital Illustration, printed on linen
Dimensions: 59.4cm x 84.1cm
I am an artist living in Melbourne, Australia. I have always loved drawing scenes, objects and people, and adding my own twist to them is what makes my artworks unique.
My work took a major turn during the COVID-19 lockdown, where I decided to commit to a 30-day challenge. This involved creating an artwork a day, whilst working full time as a graphic designer. Surprisingly enough, I committed to it and continued it even after the challenge was complete. During the 30 days, my work developed a great deal, from hand generated illustrations to digitally generated works. From superficial concepts to ones of depth and meaning. During this period, my beliefs and views took a great turn as well. I was exploring meditation and the concepts of dream state and consciousness, and I love that my new-found knowledge filtered through into my artworks as well. From lacking confidence in my works to being so deeply proud of how they communicate my views on the world and its mysteries.
Zoe Milah Dejesus
Title: DEEP INSIDE U
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 83cm x 105cm
Zoe Milah DeJesus is a Puerto Rican/American multi-media artist originally from New Jersey, USA. Zoe’s work is centered around her desire to connect deeply with herself. Each painting is an exploration of the different parts of both her unconscious mind and her lived experience. Most of her work is rooted in free association, abstraction and surrealism. Zoe is self taught and has been painting for about 8 years. She currently lives and practices in Melbourne, Australia.
Title: Pink Thermos
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 53 X 36cm
Charlotte Tatton is an emerging artist, born in the UK, practicing in Adelaide, South Australia. She studied a Bachelor of Visual Art at Adelaide Central School of Art.
Charlotte’s highly detailed paintings begin to blur the line between representation and abstraction. Through formal preoccupations of colour field painting such as flatness and pattern, her practice plays with spatiality on a flat surface and the relationship of stillness and movement.
Her current tableaus of objects arranged in space take prompts from the forms and surface designs of 1960s objects collected from op shops. She is drawn to the uniqueness of pattern as well as the stereotypical colour theory of the era. Her work references historical movements such as the op and pop art as well as taking cues from Cubist collage.
Medium: Acrylic on skateboard
Yabby is a Sydney-based illustrator and designer who enjoys creating in both traditional and digital art spaces.
Title: Blue Moon
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 91cm x 121cm
Michael Mitsas is a Melbourne based self-taught artist who works across a diverse range of mediums. Michael believes that creativity is not only a privilege for a minority but is a natural state that everyone has the aptitude to submit to. Michael has created his own personal language influenced predominantly by primitive art and abstract expressionism in which he uses vibrant colours, abstraction, mythology, and symbolism to project a narrative of his inner world. He uses art as a medium to personify the playful and instinctual side of creating that he feels everyone has the ability to connect to.
Title: Wine Display
Materials: Repurposed steel chain and pipe
Reform Workshop is a single person operation running out of a garage in Melbourne’s inner north. All of the handmade pieces present a contrast of smooth, organic shapes, with a stark and robust industrial overtone.
Title: The Ritual Candelabra
Medium: Stoneware, Milk white glaze
with slight crackle
Size: 18cm x 18cm x 32cm
Price: $420 includes 3 beeswax candles
Title : Bubble Coral (shorter piece)
Medium : Stoneware
Price : $280
Title : Pearl Coral (taller piece)
Price : $230
Cré Ceramics is created by Irish-born, Melbourne based ceramicist, Niamh Cleary.
Niamh’s work has strong emphasis on form and function with a minimal aesthetic and neutral colour palette. All pieces are individually wheel-thrown, carefully refined and produced in small batches. She is particularly drawn towards the modernist movement. Artists, architects and designers such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Barbera Hepworth and Edmund de Waal provide inspiration for her work.
Title: Red in the middle
Medium: Glass, copper foil, lead solder, lead came