In Series: Soledad Contardo

Blossoms

Soledad Contardo uses the transformative nature of ceramics as a metaphor for life. Her new series explores the growth of blossoms, their delicate petals rendered with confidence in clay.

More In Series features from issue #30

In Series: Soledad Contardo

Soledad Contardo uses the transformative nature of ceramics as a metaphor for life. Her new series explores the growth of blossoms, their delicate petals rendered with confidence in clay.

In Series: Chris Riley

Set within the cosmopolitan playground of Palm Springs, California, Chris Riley creates scenes of forgotten summers with mid-century flare and nostalgia.

In Series: Lorraine Pichugin

Lorraine Pichugin believes there is a rhythm of beauty all around us. Her latest series explores this beauty in the interplay of light and shadows cast on seemingly ordinary objects.

In Series: Nicole McPherson

Using acrylic paint and mixed media, Nicole McPherson depicts women in various stages ofmovement to reflect her own experience of navigating a changing and often confronting world.

In Series: Scott Rennie

Photographer Scott Rennie’s latest series showcases the skies of Australia, isolated and de-contextualized, yet distinctly recognisable.

In Series: Stella Clark

Exploring spaces in nature through an abstract and semi-abstract practice, New Zealand-based artist Stella Clark heroes the often-overlooked elements that make up the world around us.