10/30/13

Nic Fiddian-Green | The Telegraph

After visiting the studio of Nic Fiddian-Green in our last post, we are now transported to his idyllic family home. Earlier this year The Telegraph readers were given a tour of Fiddian-Green’s home in Surrey Downs, UK. Read the entire article here on The Telegraph website.

Nic Fiddian-Green: New Works
30 October – 17 November 2013

Olsen Irwin
63 Jersey Road
NSW 2025 Woollahra

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Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph

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Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph

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Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph

10/23/13

Stephen Ormandy | Polychromatism – The Art of Stephen Ormandy

“Polychromatism. The art of Stephen Ormandy” directed by Mario Sanasi takes us into Stephen Ormandy‘s studio and gives us direct insight into his work, process and techniques.

Photographic collages form the basis for many of Ormandy’s works – “I cut shapes from coloured pieces of paper – I arrange them looking for rhythms of tone, colour, form. I then photograph it and move on and I can work very quickly and it allows me to take a lot of photographs in a very intense period of time”. Similarly his sculpture also stems from the notion of collage. Ormamdy’s sculptures are essentially 3D collages formed from an “alphabet of shapes”.

Discussing what it is to be an artist, Ormandy says, “To be able to self edit and be self critical is crucial […] You have to be your worst critic – it’s really important.”