A common theme in my art is that of altering ones perception of reality. I have a tendency to play with my subjects in a way that makes them seem ‘alien-like’ or ‘foreign’ to what they should usually look like.
With this series I have used “collage” to alter the numerous landscapes and merge them into a new and different surreal landscape.
Each final piece has a collection of 3-5 different landscape images morphed into one to create a composite image.
Holly Terry speaks to artist Fiona Magee about her vivid watercolour pieces and the role of fine art in the digital medium.
Torika Taylor delivers an art series that focuses on composite images and surreal escapism.
Holly Terry speaks to Lucas Grogan about his artistic attitude, the power of self expression and the personal demands of his work.
Camilla Eustance reflects on a live performance by experimental pianist Hauschka, accompanying her thoughts with an original artwork inspired by the concert.
Holly Terry takes a look at fluid art in a digital scope.
Jamie Preisz and David Kurzydlo combine their talent to create charcoal pieces that explore notions of duality and causality.
Camilla Eustance's 'Caught Normal' is a series of surrealist-inspired compositions commenting on materialism and social norms.
Holly Terry explores the work of Carla Milentis, a Melbourne-based artist and sculptor currently studying at the VCA.
Détruire is a series of digital images by Torika Taylor exploring destruction and humanity.
Inspired by a passion for critical realism, Jarad Danby uses ink pens to create incredibly detailed and vivid illustrations.
Torika Taylor, or Trix to those who know her, dabbles in all forms of mixed media. However, you will find her work predominantly in the 'Film' and 'Artwork' sections. She secretly wishes she were a spy, however, chose to settle for the next best thing, Film studies. Her inspiration comes from Tarantino and her cultural surroundings growing up in Fiji and Melbourne. Don’t ask her what the subliminal messages behind her work are, as she probably knows just as much as you do.