8 May 2017

Catherine Carter

Hoardings are the perfect medium for an artist inspired by landscapes and nature, maps and architecture. Amy Campbell, who completed her training at the Australian National University last year, says hoardings remove art from a gallery context and “bring it into the public sphere where it’s easily accessible to those who might not otherwise see it”.

16 March 2017

Jordan Sampson

Sculptural genius and master of dimension, Amy Campbell creates pieces of beautiful chaos. They’re wild, entrancing and inspired by the place of paint in the digital age. She combines her colourful brushstrokes with digital mark marking to make pieces that leap from their place. 

8 May 2017

Catherine Carter

Hoardings are the perfect medium for an artist inspired by landscapes and nature, maps and architecture. Amy Campbell, who completed her training at the Australian National University last year, says hoardings remove art from a gallery context and “bring it into the public sphere where it’s easily accessible to those who might not otherwise see it”.​

16 March 2017

Jordan Sampson

Sculptural genius and master of dimension, Amy Campbell creates pieces of beautiful chaos. They’re wild, entrancing and inspired by the place of paint in the digital age. She combines her colourful brushstrokes with digital mark marking to make pieces that leap from their place.​

8 May 2017

Catherine Carter

Hoardings are the perfect medium for an artist inspired by landscapes and nature, maps and architecture. Amy Campbell, who completed her training at the Australian National University last year, says hoardings remove art from a gallery context and “bring it into the public sphere where it’s easily accessible to those who might not otherwise see it”.

 

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16 March 2017

Jordan Sampson

Sculptural genius and master of dimension, Amy Campbell creates pieces of beautiful chaos. They’re wild, entrancing and inspired by the place of paint in the digital age. She combines her colourful brushstrokes with digital mark marking to make pieces that leap from their place.

 

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8 May 2017

Catherine Carter

Hoardings are the perfect medium for an artist inspired by landscapes and nature, maps and architecture. Amy Campbell, who completed her training at the Australian National University last year, says hoardings remove art from a gallery context and “bring it into the public sphere where it’s easily accessible to those who might not otherwise see it”.​​

16 March 2017

Jordan Sampson

Sculptural genius and master of dimension, Amy Campbell creates pieces of beautiful chaos. They’re wild, entrancing and inspired by the place of paint in the digital age. She combines her colourful brushstrokes with digital mark marking to make pieces that leap from their place.​​