2022 ARTIST BIOS | Art forARTsake

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About Art forARTsake

Artists Pam Walpole and Yanni Van Zijl collaborate to combine their passions – Art and the Environment. Their aim is to create a vital, vibrant, creative voice and showcase art installations in public places. Many artworks carry a strong environmental message and are often created from recycled materials to enforce the message needed to educate the viewer. They invite the community to engage with their work which appeals to young and old. Their work may pop up around beaches – National Parks – busy streets – often where people least expect it. They won the Environmental Award for SWELL in 2019.

2022 SWELL ARTWORK – Playtime, Art forARTsake

What do dogs love more than a good romp on the beach? These colourful characters will bring a smile to all who run with them. Dogs can be solace for the soul, loyal companions, joyous, non-judgemental and a playful member of the family. We have many breeds to discover in various colours. Our Poodles are pink, Spaniels a spritely orange, Kelpies can be ‘Black and Tan’ but ours have to be Red. Green, blues, aquas in breeds from Bitzers to Border Collies, Pugs, Labradors and Greyhounds. A dog for everyone.

Instagram: @pamart88  @yanni_artist_photographer

Facebook: @Art Forartsake

Website: www.pamwalpole.com

Come and see for yourself at SWELL Sculpture Festival, Pacific Parade, Currumbin 9-18 September.