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Sculptural artistic duo Skuja Braden have been nominated for two independent Art awards in Latvia, the Kilogram of Kulture Latvian Art Awards and the Purvisa Balva Award. Both awards accept nominees chosen by a panel of jurors and recognise achievements of artists from various fields. The Kilogram of Kulture Art Awards are widely accepted as […]

Featuring in the tenth anniversary edition of Ocean Road Magazine, Britty Em’s opening exhibition was colourfully captured by magazine Director and Photographer Brian Usher. See all the images and read more about our fabulous region in the full Spring 2020 #40 edition of this iconic local magazine. Click HERE to see the photo’s of Britty […]

Go Suga has lent his illustration skills to a beautiful new children’s book celebrating the diversity of families. “My Family Doesn’t Look Like Your Family” Written by author Tenielle Stoltenkamp and illustrated by Go – the book was created to reflect the different shapes and forms of families in our community. Article featured in the Gold […]

Digital Echoes Meet the Mythological – AM DeBrincat’s Halogen venus at 19 Karen. A fantastic article exploring AM’s worki. Widewalls chats with AM DeBrincat about her new show at 19 Karen, and her art practice. “AM DeBrincat’s series Halogen Venus explores identity in the digital age and reflects contemporary society’s obsession with the fabrication and maintenance of digital selves.” Read […]

Lou Chamberlain –  “Burn City” –  Melbourne’s Painted Streets –  19 Karen artist Skount is very proud to be part of Lou Chamberlains’ book on the street art of Melbourne – “Burn City”. Two of his paintings in Fitzroy and Collingwood – “Ethereal” and “Inner Portrait” – are featured. Read about it on Skounts blog […]

Rimmel London has appointed 19 Karen artist Indie184 as their Chief Artistic Officer! Chandra Coleman, VP of US Marketing at Rimmel London, said that Indie184’s “Work epitomizes the notion that beauty is art and art is beauty.” Coleman said that the New York-born graffiti artist will help Rimmel redefine beauty standards so customers can create […]

Last week was the celebration of the 8th Biennial of Visual Arts in South-California. Hugo Aguilar participated in the exhibition, and his artwork “Primitive Guardian II” received an Honorable Mention. This is the first Biennial Hugo has participated in and out of the 500 pieces and more than 200 artists to choose from, he was in the […]

Murals Galore!

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  • 16th September, 2017

[Left Image] Brothers Ratur and Sckaro completed their latest mural together for the Out In The Open mural project in Aalborg, Denmark. [Middle Image] Brazillian artist, Claudio Ethos has been doing lots and lots of murals in the past year, this being one of them. [Right Image] Gola Hundun just finished a mural on the […]

Double the love on Inside Gold Coast website this week… A wonderful interview with Terri Lew on life, art and all things 19 Karen – ‘Terri Lew’. And a fantastic article – ‘Five Reasons Locals Love Mermaid Beach’ – featuring us, our neighbours ‘The Borrowed Nursery’, ‘Little Mermaid’, the Squid Meat Disco at ‘Apres Surf’ and the night markets […]

Last month, Megan Puls was selected as one of the seven ceramic Australian artist’s to represent Australia in the “Omnus Terra” exhibition at Gallery 114 in Portland, Oregon. Her works were exhibited alongside seven ceramic American artists representing the United States. All of her ceramic pieces sold at this international exhibition (except for one).

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