Images courtesy of Document Photography,
Top: Installation view
Middle: Postcard Series from Japan, 2019
Paper, thread, ink, acrylic, graphite, 4 x 10 cm each
Bottom: Detail, The grid and it's disruption (Part A), 2019.
Perforated paper with nine cubes, 45 x 45 x 5 cm.
Sylvie Veness is an emerging artist specialising in printmaking and textiles. She is currently studying her Masters of Fine Art at the National Art School, Sydney. In 2017 she was awarded the National Art School John Olsen Drawing Prize in addition to the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award in the Bachelor of Fine Art. In 2018, her work was selected for the Waverley Art Prize and the Meroogal Art Prize.
Images courtesy of Document Photography.
Top: Oreixenica ptunarra, 2017.
Brass and steel, 150 x 45 x 45 cm, (necklace 86 cm).
Middle: Installation view.
Bottom: Wayfaring (Vessel Series I), 2019. Brass, copper and sterling silver, (largest piece 6 x 6 x 6 cm).
Zoë Veness is a contemporary jeweller and object-maker. Her work has been exhibited in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, London, Scotland, and Germany, and is held in public collections at the National Gallery of Australia and the Art Gallery of South Australia. She received an Australian Postgraduate Award for PhD research at UNSW Art & Design in Sydney in 2011 and Australia Council Visual Arts Grants in 2002, 2006 and 2017. Currently a lecturer at UNSW Art & Design, Zoë was previously Studio Coordinator of 3D Design at the School of Creative Arts and Media, UTAS in Hobart.