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808, 2023

This is the Idea

By |August 8th, 2023|Public Art|0 Comments

This is the Idea
Solo exhibition
@brunswickstreetgallery , Melbourne
4 – 20 August 2023

‘A full time Perth artist, Sioux Tempestt explores the connection and divide between her public art and studio practices in this series. Free of client constraints, the dynamic mark making is intuitively expressive. Moving between mixed media paintings and sculptural forms, Tempestt resists boundaries, with the […]

2707, 2023

Cossack Art Award Judging 2023

By |July 27th, 2023|Art Exhibition|0 Comments

It was an immense honour to be invited by the City of Karratha to be one this year’s judges in the Cossack Art Award, recognised as the most isolated acquisitive art exhibition in the world and the richest award of its kind in Australia. I’ve been a participating artist in the awards a few times, […]

1807, 2023

Beyond Great Mural to Kick Off World Cup

By |July 18th, 2023|Murals, Press, Public Art|0 Comments

Thanks to @thewestaustralian for their feature on our mural for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Working in collaboration with @kardy.kreations.  You can read the digital article here. 

707, 2023

New Mural For FIFA Women’s World Cup

By |July 7th, 2023|Murals, Press, Public Art|0 Comments

Thanks to the City of Vincent for having me on board with this project, in collaboration with @kardy.kreations. You can read their article here. 

Pictured with City of Vincent mayor @emmacolevincent .

2805, 2023

QEII Medical Centre Mural

By |May 28th, 2023|Design, Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

I had so much fun working on this project for the Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre Trust to create a more inviting space for staff and visitors to enjoy. I seized the opportunity to paint across multiple planes, down the walls and onto the ground to create ‘Zest’. It was inspired by researching human cells, nerve endings […]

1805, 2023

Mitchell Freeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Path, Erindale Road underpass mural

By |May 18th, 2023|Press, Public Art|0 Comments

Huge thank you to @mainroadswesternaustralia  for their support during the Erindale Underpass Mural project in collaboration with @kardy.kreations.  You can read their thoughts here.

1703, 2023

Kaarak kala Koorliny (red-tailed cockatoo going home)

By |March 17th, 2023|Murals, Public Art|0 Comments

Reflecting on the making of the Erindale Road underpass with @kardy.kreations  for @mainroadswesternaustralia last year.

There’s so much that goes into a project of this size, with months of designing, community workshops, documentation, inductions, material selection and more before we even get to site!

These projects not only offer opportunities for artists to meaningfully connect with local community, the results […]

2806, 2022

Creative Savage

By |June 28th, 2022|Creative, Design|0 Comments

The latest creation in a long line of clothing designs. Residing in the depths of my sketch book for some time, the design finally found the light of day. Now it’s my new fave.

A few years ago I decided I simply MUST have a green windcheater and couldn’t find one anywhere in Perth. This year […]

3005, 2022

Creative interventions

By |May 30th, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Contemplating my involvement as curator in the the upcoming @darlingtonartsfestival Sculpture on the Scarp, reminded me about the interventions I sometimes instal on bush walks. These may take the form of builders string, rock arrangements, mark making in the gravel… depending on the location, my mood and what materials I find in my backpack. Any man-made items […]

1811, 2021

Creative Block?

By |November 18th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

I often read posts about creative block, being stuck with no ideas yet with the feeling of wanting to produce. Something. Anything.

The only time I come close to experiencing something similar is when I ruminate about the various concepts that I have.

Ideas for sculptures to make, for photographs to stage and take, for paintings I […]