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Stones, bones and a pocketful of storm clouds

Stones, bones and a pocketful of storm clouds




If you are a fan of Gustav Klimt (which I am) then it is safe to say that you will probably be a fan of Abigael Whittaker. Similarly to Klimt, this Brisbane based artist combines dimensional figures with whimsical patterns, however, her works have a more natural, flowing, illustrative quality to them. Whittaker combines collage, gouache, graphite pencil and watercolour to explore themes of fractured innocence and abandonment of naïve trust, in her latest exhibition ‘Stones, bones and a pocketful of storm clouds.’ Be sure to check these beautiful tactile pieces at Jugglers Art Space, which will be displayed until 28th November.

Yours in Design,

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