Artist Spotlight #54: Doris Chang

Doris Chang. Photo credit: Heidi Wolff Photography Australia’s flora and fauna is recreated in an adorable and charming manner in Doris Chang’s lush illustrations that feature on the cover of her witty greeting cards and eye-catching posters. In our latest spotlight, Doris tells us about her creative process, and her ongoing exhibitions and projects. Q: Hello Doris! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #54: Doris Chang

My Favourite Artwork: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass)

Image via The Philadelphia Museum of Art What: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) Artist: Marcel Duchamp Type: Painting, Mixed Media Year: 1915-1923 Medium: Oil, varnish, lead foil, lead wire and dust on two glass panels Subject: A Bride, Bachelors and various abstract apparatuses Where: Philadelphia Museum of Art; replicas in Stockholm, London and Tokyo Image via The Philadelphia Museum of Art Why: … Continue reading My Favourite Artwork: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass)

Artist Spotlight #53: Emma Carter

Emma Carter Art is made richer when it comes from an honest and sincere place. Emma Carter’s work is filled with real yet cathartic moments that both shock and impress. In our latest spotlight, Emma details the personal experiences that inspire her work, and what she’s hopeful for this year. Q: Hello Emma! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: Hey hey! I am … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #53: Emma Carter

Art Gallery Review: Galleria degli Uffizi

Filippo Lippi’s ‘Madonna col Bambino e angeli’ (c. 1450-1465). Photo credit: Luca Ricci What: The Uffizi Gallery Where: Adjacent to the Piazza della Signoria in central Florence, Italy Established: 1581 Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance, has been a beacon of culture for centuries. Chosen as the capital of the powerful Grand Duchy of Tuscany, the city became culturally vibrant under the wise De Medici rulers. … Continue reading Art Gallery Review: Galleria degli Uffizi

Artist Spotlight #52: Datsun Tran

Datsun Tran. Photo credit: Amelia Stanwix Images of majestic animals are skilfully used in Datsun Tran’s mesmerising artworks to convey not only the raw power of the beasts, but also to reflect human behaviour. In our latest spotlight, Datsun tells us about his creative process and his favourite Adelaide landmark. Q: Hello Datsun! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself? A: I’m originally from Melbourne and … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #52: Datsun Tran

Dylan Rowen

Photo credit: Jonno Revanche Dylan reads a lot and it’s no surprise he’s the current President and founder of the Adelaide University Literature Club. Nerd, practicing Aesthete and also a Virgo. He can often be found advancing the gay agenda by Queering up his writing and research. Favourite art movement: Fauvism Favourite film: Melancholia (2011) and Les Quatre Cents Coups (1959) Favourite musicians: Kate Bush, Solange, Beach … Continue reading Dylan Rowen

Artist Spotlight #51: Rebecca McEwan

Rebecca McEwan According to Rebecca McEwan, the material used in an artwork is just as important as the artwork’s subject. In her latest exhibition with fellow graduates of the Adelaide College of the Arts, you can understand her point as she utilises bees wax and wooden bee frames to create an installation that is both bold and delicate. In our latest spotlight, Rebecca tells us why she feels lucky to be working in … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #51: Rebecca McEwan