Ok, so here is a photo of me in the sculpture studio. I absolutely love being in here as i feel its where i am most creative AND its just so much fun… as you can see 🙂
I drew this picture of my dad last semester at Uni. In this class we had to enlarge an image from a photo using the grid
I was recently interviewed by Brittany Carter at Papergirl Wollongong, so if you want to read a bit more about my practice check out this site. http://www.papergirlwollongong.com/blog/
This is a photo of me taken artist Teo Treloar’s Art exhibition opening ‘The Kingdom’ at Flinders St Gallery in Sydney last thursday night. There was some really great works there and met lots of new people. I really enjoyed … Continue reading
So i wasn’t satisfied with the direction my major project was going today, so now i’v decided to use this old fox clay work as my new inspiration for my project, and look into the postmodern animal and feminism in … Continue reading
Medici is highly skilled in watercolours, and was the first tattooist in Australia to be awarded a grant from the Australian Council to travel to Los Angeles in 1989 to complete a Formal Apprenticeship in tattooing.
Beth Cavener Stichter was a major influence when producing my clay artworks, as the figures she uses are greatly relatable to that of mine. They are both simply feral and domestic figures suspended in a moment of tension. Stichter is … Continue reading
‘The Lucky Thirteen’ first began by the simple memory from when I was young child and I discovered that my father use to go hunting. Being a suburbanised child I immediately despised the idea that my beloved dad could kill … Continue reading
This is a 1/1 print made in this ink. I named it ‘Light beneath the dark’ because it shows the light hitting the coral under the ocean water.
If you haven’t already realised, I love making animals, so this is a ink wash i made last semester of a kangaroo in my art journal. I was really happy with how it turned out and loved the different layers … Continue reading