Positioned on the second floor of Collingwood’s Off The Kerb Gallery, bleeds a new body of work from local illustrator – Almost Iris. A graphically driven swirl of emotional connection in lost and new found loves, Find Me Where My Feelings Go is an impressively quaint collection of new sculptures and images from the fine lined artist. Lacking any…
Designing, sculpting, building, sketching, drawing, painting, writing, drawing – these are just some of the verbiage used to describe the applications of a visual artists. Some use the brush to compile their thoughts,
Street side pieces by Mrtee(MTS.RCA) and Tower(RCA)
When people think of visual art, the first response is usually within the use of colour. Whether it’s from a traditional canvas, screen or photograph, an artworks layout of colour has a profound effect on the viewers final perspective, so much so, that it can even make or break shows.
Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TwoOne is a (formerly based) Melbourne street artist, who needs little introduction. Having developed an impressive body of work, that has evolved and been reinterpreted many times of the years, Tsuri work has seen the light of many faces over the last decade or so.
Exhibitions come and go in Melbourne on a bi-weekly pace, all across the city, all all year round. And while there aren’t as many spaces open to displaying some of our best artists, there are still those putting together beautifully crafted bodies of work, for the enjoyment of our all seeing eyes.
Collingwood’s RVCA Corner Gallery has become a creative point of interest in Melbourne, since it’s opening in January of 2014. It’s wide open walls have featured talents from a broad range of artist with shows highlighting some of the best in graffiti, design, painting and even photography, in it’s relatively short timeframe.