Archive for the 'Objects' Category
I have finally gone through all my old artwork in storage and have made a catalogue of pieces that are available for purchase.
Please email - info(at)rekaone.com for the pdf to be sent out to you and or any queries you might have. **Can ship worldwide!
Enjoy the sun… or snow where ever you are in the world!
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I have also selected key works from 2004-2006 that are also on display before all my work gets put into storage. Last chance to see these gems. Here are a few pics of my new works on found objects that will be available for purchase tomorrow night. Hope to see you all there before I leave to Europe in July.
I have been working on a new series of found objects for something special coming up soon.
Will drop more info on this shortly.
This week I started working on a new series of faces on found objects for my next solo show in Sydney. I am painting a series of masked criminal profiles on rusted metal objects to be exact. A continuation onto the ‘Primary Suspects’ theme from my recent show. Here are progression shots. More info on these soon…
I have been preparing a new collection of found spray cans and flattening them to paint on. Its messy business but extremely enjoyable. Im trying to work out a clever way to exhibit this process along side with the cans.
Over the years I have grown quite a collection of rusted spray-cans. Most of them I find track-walking while painting the train lines. I’m getting some new ones ready to be painted on. I’m not sure whether I should frame these individually or as a set in one larger frame. Either way I cant wait to paint on these beauties.No comments
Theres something beautiful about painting on used spraycans I find on the trainlines. Its like its been brought back to life. If only this can could talk. If anyone has rusty spraycans they want to donate please get in contact. Im having too much fun painting on these.
Hope everyone had a fun Aussie day. I did.
Slip mats I painted for an upcoming Dj/HipHop themed exhibition in Melbourne where all artists have been given a pair of mats to draw on. I took more of a playful/fun agle with these mats. Theres just something so funky about black & yellow. I feel like taking a bite out of one!