About Andrew Cullen
Andrew Cullen is a Visual Artist and Curator. Andrew predominantly sculpts in metals and timber and paints most often in oils or spray paint. His first significant Public Art piece, ‘Dune Grass’, was exhibited in the Swell Sculpture Festival in 2010. He has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2015 Sculptor’s Society Tony Palmer Award, Swell Sculpture Festival ‘People’s Choice’ in 2016 and overall winner (2018) in collaboration with Dion Parker. In 2021, he received the Major Prize at the Brunswick Sculpture Walk with a 7.5 M Cockatoo called ‘Crackers’. Currently he is preparing work related to his Master of Fine Arts study at Falmouth University, England.
With the wind oozing out of the world economy and courses being charted through the impending dystopia, we are left challenging our entrenched methods of remaining competitive. Our youth, cloaked in Hi-viz uniforms, fight daily on the front line of the war on satisfaction. Although exhausted and daunted, ‘tradies’ put their faith in us all to create a more sustainable version of “The Lucky Country”.
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Come and see for yourself at SWELL Sculpture Festival, Pacific Parade, Currumbin 8th – 17th September