Pause. Step outside of your own mind, to peer through the eyes of another creature... What will you see? How will you feel?
The exhibition will feature a wide variety of styles and differing techniques including illustrations, photo realism, mixtures of traditional media and digital techniques as well as street art and graphic design.
If you're a fan of photo realism you will love the work of Elissa Sampson of Joy and Eve.
Image Credit: Elissa Sampson - Joy and Eve
You'd be forgiven for thinking this stunning image is a photo but in fact it is a drawing. As someone with very limited drawing skills myself, I find it astounding that such realistic portraits, with their intricate and lifelike details, can be created by hand using only a pencil or brush. It is simply exquisite.
Emma Leonard is a Melbourne based illustrator who describes her work as being soft and feminine, often capturing a sense of fluidity and movement.
Emma uses both traditional media and digital techniques in her art to depict themes of femininity, fragility and ethereal beauty.
Kirrily Anderson, (a.k.a. I & the Others), is a Melbourne based artist who practices a mix of visual art, illustration, street art and graphic design. Her street art has been featured in Melbourne as well as a number of cities around the world including Guatemala, Mexico and Israel.
Image Credit: Kirrily Anderson
Other artists to feature in the exhibition include: