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ARTIST ANNA-WILI HIGHFIELD







Anna-Wili Highfield has become a great success story of the Australian art scene even though she has chosen to work as an unrepresented artist. Since 2008 she has been creating sculptures from paper and copper, selling them on a commission basis through her website. After working as a scenic artist at Opera Australia, Anna-Wili has never been out of work, and often there is a long wait-list for...

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ARTIST SHONA WILSON








During a summer break while at art school the Australian artist Shona Wilsonwent trekking in Nepal alone. “This was when I discovered the power of the small,” she says. “The capacity of the minutiae to engage focus through invitation rather than imposition. I started looking up close as I walked - looking for the tiny things so easily by-passed.” After returning to school, Shona realised she had...

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SCULPTOR TRACEY DEEP









“I always knew I wanted to be creative, working with nature gave me the tools to explore where this would take me and over time the path crossed over to a more sculptural form of my floral sculpture practice,” says Tracey Deep, a florist turned sculptor and installation artist. She exhibits consistently in her hometown of Sydney and has a base of regular clients who commission her for work to...

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artist dion horstmans







Dion Horstmans is a Bondi artist whose star continues to rise, which is fitting as many of his works have celestial names, such as Super Nova and Nebula. He has just been invited to participate in an art program as part of Sydney's Casula Powerhouse. And one of his works has also recently been acquired for the Artbank Collection. He is now represented at Flinders Lane Gallery. His works have been...

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ARTIST ANNA-WILI HIGHFIELD







Anna-Wili Highfield combines many artistic mediums into her sculpture creations. While some are made from copper piping, the ones she is most known for are handmade from paper that is torn and sewn to create animal-inspired works. There's a nod to her childhood, growing up as the daughter of a puppeteer, and her first job as a scenic artist for Opera Australia, where she worked after studying Fine...

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