Andrew Dennis

Andrew Dennis

 

Andrew Dennis is an artist living and working in Sydney.  Studio Dennis is the collective name for a practice which covers multiple outputs such as mural art, painting, design, textiles and street graphics. Drawing from a diverse range of influences including 20th century art, low-brow comics, skateboard culture and points in-between, he has developed a unique language that is complex and unique.

One of Sydney’s most prolific street artists, Dennis’ graphic, brightly coloured and geometrically patterned artworks conjure up curious scenes from abstract dreamscapes and kaleidoscopic natural environments. Working with a collection of characters and objects best described as a cabinet of curiosities, Dennis creates a decorative wallpaper that deals in subjects such as civilisation, future living, bio domes and animal behaviour.

Wolfgang Buttress

Wolfgang Buttress

 

Wolfgang Buttress is an award winning artist who creates simple, elegant and contextual public artworks which seek to define and celebrate a sense of place. Through the use of materials, repetition of natural form and sensitive reference to history and location, each piece enriches its location in a holistic and sustainable manner.

Buttress explores and interprets scientific discoveries, collaborating with architects, landscape architects, scientists and musicians to create human-centred experiences.  He is well known for the UK Pavilion (Milan EXPO 2015) and The Hive, which is currently installed at Royal Botanic Gardens in London. The project has won over 25 awards including the gold medal for best in show at the 2015 Expo in Milan.

Jade Oakley

Jade Oakley

 

Jade Oakley has been developing her craft for the past 25 years, mastering the mechanics and compositional perfection of Alexander Calder, the great 20th century artist and inventor of the mobile. The kinetic artworks she builds are infinitely flexible - adapting materials and their strength to the scale of the pieces and the size of the elements.

Oakley’s kinetic and static artworks are adaptable to many kinds of settings, indoor and outdoor, intimate spaces and especially large atria.  She has produced significant public art commissions for clients across Australia and internationally including Crown Casino, Westfield, Lend Lease and The Royal Children’s Hospital.

Marguerite Derricourt

Marguerite Derricourt

 

Marguerite Derricourt’s sculpture traverses numerous disciplines and materials. As a visual artist, Derricourt draws her inspiration from nature. Her conceptual interests lie in expressing personal concerns of natural world; specifically focusing on life cycles of moths and butterflies, animals, birds and trees. While developing ideas, Derricourt experiments in a variety of materials such as steel, wire, cast bronze, clay, mixed media and cast paper.

Geoffery Bartlett

Geoffery Bartlett

 

Geoffrey Bartlett is regarded as one of Australia’s most successful and important sculptors. He is widely known for both his studio-based sculptures and major public and corporate commissions, working predominately within the language of abstraction.

Bartlett has undertaken public sculpture commissions for the National Gallery of Victoria, the City of Auckland, the City of Melbourne, the City of Newcastle, the Australian National University and Melbourne Docklands. He is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Parliament House Art Collection, Heide Museum of Modern Art and in many regional, university, corporate and private collections.