Brent Rosenberg is a Graphic Designer based in Melbourne. His Graphic Design company Paw Project Design was established in 2012 and subsequently opened new doors for Brent as he began to create and establish himself as an artist. Nationally exhibited throughout Melbourne and Sydney, Brent’s latest collection features contemporary digital artworks combining geometric shapes and contrasting colours.
Brent’s work has been created with an intricate and unexpected use of an organic form, filled by sharp geometric shapes lending an almost mathematical philosophy to the works, which have been merged into digital and organic content. Brent’s aim is to create artworks that fit perfectly into any home or creative space - unique geometric based prints come to life and have been transformed from two-dimensional format into an illusion of three-dimensional pieces of artwork.
Predominantly influenced by her love of landscapes and brave colour combinations – (not to mention a rich tapestry of nostalgic child hood travel experiences to draw upon) – British born Ali McNabney-Stevens has quickly and notoriously become one of the most collectible emerging artists within Australia, whilst simultaneously attracting worldwide attention for her art practises.
Ali’s well-trained eye for colour and composition finds her executing abstract work that celebrates historically important Ulster landmarks alongside the everyday and ordinary. It is seemingly this dualism of the important yet the simple that strikes a chord with the artist, and the admirer.