Sill Sullys is a master at bringing the world of street art and murals to the canvas. He draws on his immense talent and creativity to bridge the imaginary world with the physical presence of street art. His mastery with colour, shading and distinctive yet intense muses (who are mostly animals) are impactful and in every sense of the word.
Brian Connolly is a mural and street artist and his bold colours and stunning muses evoke a strong emotional reaction from his audience. His muses evokes an intenseness and mesmerising quality yet a softness and vulnerability. The delicate flowers and layered botanicals that appear in his work are a metaphor for the vulnerability and inevitable peril our mother earth is currently in. Brian cleverly conveys a bridge between the human face and the natural world to protect mother earth.
Great White Shark
The apex predator comes to life in this exquisite piece depicting the most feared yet beautiful creature of our ocean. This impressive creature is abundant in the waters surrounding the surf coast region and beyond into Bass Strait and the South Australian coastline. The prevalence and dominant nature of these animals positions the Great White at the top of the food chain. Its dominance and strength is depicted dramatically in this detailed charcoal and led pencil drawing. Brittany March's work is complex yet simplistic. Her pieces can take up to 50 hours to complete and the Great White Shark is no exception to this, demonstrating her dedication to her craft.