Lisa Bengtsson is known for her wallpapers, but it is also fun to browse through her portfolio full of floral hairstyles, parachuting houses and colourful peacocks.
Women display their connection to the domestic life by allowing houses to grow upon their heads in Kelie Bowman’s watercolour world, where people and objects pile up in pyramids.
Colour, swirl and line are key components of Jenny Laden’s works on mylar, paper and wood.
Kate Street’s wreaths are deceptive pieces of sculpture that lure the viewer in, then surprise with subversive elements.
The juxtaposition of modern architecture and alpine meadows or elephants amongst the pines is some thing Natasha Kissell does eerily well. SM
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