Phillip Darnton Kent UK – ANOMALY   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? I love building and creating. I love working through complications and problem solving. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? I have always loved plywood but mirrors are what I am into at the moment, creating
Nikita Zigura Ukraine – Drop of Wine   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? My favourite moment is when I finish a work, when a draft finds embodiment in a perfect creation. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? I mostly work with clay. Would you rather share an
Pam Walpole & Yanni Van Zijl (Art forARTsake QLD – Vortex   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? The chance to bring art to the people – to surprise – comment and delight onlookers. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? We strive to use recycled material. So much
Monte Lupo QLD – Cohesion   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? As a group of artist working together , we get to bounce ideas around, work through the making process then make the pieces.  The collaboration is great, bringing all the creative minds together to work on one amazing sculpture.  This is
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Mari Hirata QLD – Sentinels   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? I love the feeling when I’m in the state of ‘Flow’. It’s like a very focussed, intentional phenomenon. It’s out of this world. I also love the fact that as long as I have a space and the means to create,
Robert Barnstone NSW – Gene Rosa   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? The intellectual endeavour of developing a body of work, my work often is an exploration of spatial concepts and signifiers.  Forms of containment that force the minds eye to to imagine the depth of the piece.  I also enjoy the
Miles Allen QLD – 15 000 Declarations of Love   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? Starting with nothing but an idea and finishing with a tangible object that says something. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? Wood. Would you rather share an Uber with Barbara Hepworth or
Lana Scoville NSW – Interconnection   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? Birthing ideas and seeing them come to life. Do you have a favourite material you like to work with? I like to use materials that are often overlooked. Anything from used tea bags, to fallen wood on the forest floor to
Luke Zwolsman QLD – Unity   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? Being able to be freely creative, work in solitude most of the time, and being able to choose myself when to come out of hiding and play with others the rest of the time. Do you have a favourite material you
Jan Cleveringa NSW – Going in Circles   What’s your favourite aspect of being an artist? My favourite aspect of being an artist is the freedom and opportunity to invent, express and share new ideas in culture in the hope of encouraging interest, hope, shock, love and beauty in others in some way. I love