New works and premiere launch of the book KILL COMMUNICATION KILL PIXIE cut his teeth publishing his art without permission on the streets of Sydney, Australia. Growing rapidly in maturity by working with no respect for slumber, Kill Pixie is un-compromised by the establishment, and is an uninhibited and original figure in contemporary art.

Art Exhibition previously on at Until Never in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 20 February 2008 to Saturday 29 March 2008

Kill Pixie Everythings A-OK image

Published by anonymous on Tuesday 05 February 2008.
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Developing his craft in the city, this former street artist has made an astounding transition to softer mediums. His delicate line work and masterful use of colour through ink, watercolour and acrylic communicate beautifully through his choice of canvas – mostly paper or resinated hand-made wooden boxes.

His pattern work is unorthodox and abstract yet strikes a schizophrenic harmony with his longing and respect for space. Embedded with symbols and life experiences the work is often a suggestion what could have been. He presents a prophecy for an abstracted, urban version of folk art.

In the studio his work on hand-made wooden boxes in ink, watercolour, acrylic and resin coating
has attained much attention, his mediums recently have included works on paper and sculpture.
Currently, much of the work is influenced by indigenous cultures and informed by the folk art
they create.

“I am taking from the old and and new and creating my own idiosyncratic characters and landscapes.”
He adds “It’s a futuristic twist on older times. I also like to show in my painting different styles of
communication, from one place to another, and create a freedom of dialog



Gallery hours :: Wednesday to Saturday 12-6pm
2nd flr 3-5 Hosier Lane :: Melbourne CBD
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