Ingrid Düsselberg is a ceramic sculptor specialising in stylised, figurative work. She loves the three dimensional aspect of sculpture and the tactile qualities of clay. Each of Ingrid's pieces are one-of-a-kind: original sculptures, hand-painted with slips and glazes and fired to 1100 degrees.
In her recent body of work, Ingrid explores the special relationship that exists between humans and animals, eluding to their common journey on Earth and unspoken communication. In another line of her work, Ingrid expresses her deep love and concern for our planet and its many endangered species.
Ingrid's scultpures 'A Sense of Freedom', 'Heart to Heart', 'Love Within' and 'Soaring Spirit' are currently on show at Clan Collective.
Creativity runs deep in the Düsselberg family; Nadia Düsselberg is the daughter of two prolific sculptors, Ingrid and Klaus Düsselberg. Driven by joy and led by the heart, each of Nadia's powerful paintings and drawings is conceived from moment to moment.
Nadia intentionally harnesses energy and emotion in the creation of her work, encouraging the audience to fully experience her art, rather than just seeing it. Nadia is a full-time artist and works out of her studio in Surrey Hills, Victoria.
A range of Nadia's work, including 'Leap of Faith', 'One Day I'll Tell You The Story About Mikesch', 'Static Noise', and 'Prickly Pear', are on show at Clan Collective until May 2020.
Clan Collective is open 6 days a week—from 10am till 5pm Tuesday to Saturday, and from 10am till 3pm on Sunday. Additional hours are available by appointment.
Clan Collective showcases a range of locally made art and design. The gallery is situated within a warehouse conversion with a vibrant, abstract mural on the exterior. Plan a visit to discover the many unique treasures that exist within the gallery's walls.