Katherine Wheeler is a Central Victorian artist, based in Castlemaine. She graduated from a bachelor of Fine arts, Gold and silversmithing at RMIT and previously a Diploma of fine arts at RMIT. Wheeler makes sculptural jewellery and hollowware that combine materials like silver, porcelain, paper and thread. Her beautiful pieces are often coated with white paint, to create a new skin for their anthrophomorphic forms.
Images courtesy of Katherine Wheeler
Thomas Barbey‘s surrealistic images fascinate by their real unreality. He grew up in Geneva, Switzerland, and started drawing seriously at the age of 13, using black “encre de Chine” and gouaches for color. His influences were Philippe Druillet, Roger Dean and H.R. Giger. After living in Geneva for 17 years he decided to move to Italy, in Milan for 15 years making a living as a successful recording artist, lyricist and fashion photographer. Finaly he resides in Las Vegas and travels the world, taking pictures wherever he goes.
For more info about Thomas Barbèy visit his web site or his facebook page.
Scott Fife creates amazing sculptures using just cardboard, screws, and glue. His impressively realistic busts depict heads of pop culture icons, historical figures, and animals.
Laura McNamara is a ceramic artist based at Co.Waterford, Ireland. She creates beautiful sculptural ceramics with porselain clay and draws ispiration from the world of science and mother nature.
She also creates porselain jewelry that you can see at www.laurabeth.com.
Amazing sculptures by the talented Xavier Veilhan!
via uponafold, The Selby