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at Brisbane Quarter August 5th- 31st. Launch Event August 8th 5-30-7.30pm


CJ Anderson

Growing up around manufacturing, CJ has been involved in making from birth. Completing his degree through the Queensland College of Art (QCA), his passion for making was ignited. Drawing upon raw industrial elements and delicate aesthetics, his designs are created using both traditional craftsmanship and digital manufacturing. Always striving to be dynamic and ever evolving. Using the best craftsmen and tools available, CJ creates pieces for residential and commercial spaces. Beautiful and thoughtful objects and furniture for interiors locally designed and manufactured.

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Matt Studdert

Matt Studdert presents a collection of art work inspired by his passion for fundamental design principles, graffiti, urban landscapes and the textures and forms of civic infrastructure. Beginning with a series of unplanned, automatic line drawings that are reminiscent of a unique language of hieroglyphics – Matt then builds a series of multiple layers of colour and form that are then deconstructed, removed and reduced to a core resolution of atmospheric simplicity.

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Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson is a sculptor who currently works with ceramic and concrete materials exploring the abstract form. Starting his creative career as a carpenter, Wilson has since studied 3D design & digital media to further his understanding of current technologies, production practices and design strategies. His hands have traversed multiple design and production realms including sculptural installation, lighting design, custom furniture, artwork and products. 

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Previous artists showcased at Brisbane Quarter.

 

Sam Eyles

Sam Eyles is a Brisbane based artist who works predominantly in the mediums of painting and drawing. His abstract expressionist style, involves the layering of text and free flowing line work over an informed surface. In gestural strokes, layer upon layer of charcoal, pastel and paint build. The artist’s original thoughts, reflections and questions begin to submerge beneath the reinvented surface.

Blackwood Collective

Blackwood Collective is a bespoke furniture workshop specialising in carpentry and joinery with a focus on functionality, aesthetics and blending classic techniques with modern tools and processes. Each furniture piece is handmade and encapsulates the distinct characteristics of the species of timber from which it is made.

Julie Smeros

Julie Smeros is an Australian artist living and working in Brisbane. A graduate from Sydney College of the Arts in photography, Smeros’ now works principally with clay. Smeros explores the functional role of vessels.