Sitting for Barbie Kjar

By |2014-11-13T14:47:32+11:00November 13, 2014|us, drawing|

Who would have thought staring at the back of an easel could be so inspiring! Not only inspiring, we were enthralled in this simple form of art on the eve that The Australian's Sharon Verghis was publishing her article that questioned whether drawing was dead. From an artist's perspective, Soula [...]

A Moment in Gertrude, with Aesop Fitzroy

By |2014-07-08T16:29:17+10:00April 15, 2014|printmaking, soula, exhibition, drawing, art|

Perfect. I could begin and end this post with that one single word. Honestly, I could not have asked for a better way to celebrate my Gertrude Streetscape etching than with Aesop Smith Street Fitzroy. My work hanging inside 'my' local Aesop store that's in 'my' neighbourhood with 'my' divine [...]

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Cleopatra in my kitchen

By |2014-07-04T10:42:50+10:00March 25, 2013|art, design, drawing, soula|

Drawing of The Banquet of Cleopatra, as a custom kitchen splashback. Walls are like a blank canvas to Soula. Their location, size, position, proportion, surface and accessibility govern the medium and subject of the artwork. When Soula and Theo were renovating their warehouse, time came to address the kitchen splashback. [...]

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