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‘I don’t know my name’ by Sarah Sculley
1210mm x 910mm (portrait)
5mm deep, double thick canvas
Mixed media on canvas
2020.

This is an original painting. Artwork comes with certificate of authenticity and Sarah Sculley promotional goods, professionally packaged in bubble wrap and cardboard for shipping to the East Coast of Australia (included in price). Price also includes GST.

** For a delivery quote outside of the East Coast of Australia, please get in contact with Sarah **

This artwork is part of the series of works painted for a collaborative exhibition with Lara Furst: PlaceMaking at Redland Art Gallery.
Placemaking centres on creating a space for youth to communicate issues that are relevant to them and to the wider community. Urban artist Sarah Sculley uses the human form, typography and colour to create bold works inspired by personal events, emotional pitfalls and the need to find the positive in every situation. This exhibition brings her bright work together with the photography of Lara Furst to create a place that explores the universal challenges experienced by Redlands Coast youth. An exhibition held in conjunction with International Youth Day 2020.

I don’t know my name

Sarah Sculley

AUD$1,050
Size: 91w x 121h x 4d cms
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Additional Information

‘I don’t know my name’ by Sarah Sculley
1210mm x 910mm (portrait)
5mm deep, double thick canvas
Mixed media on canvas
2020.

This is an original painting. Artwork comes with certificate of authenticity and Sarah Sculley promotional goods, professionally packaged in bubble wrap and cardboard for shipping to the East Coast of Australia (included in price). Price also includes GST.

** For a delivery quote outside of the East Coast of Australia, please get in contact with Sarah **

This artwork is part of the series of works painted for a collaborative exhibition with Lara Furst: PlaceMaking at Redland Art Gallery.
Placemaking centres on creating a space for youth to communicate issues that are relevant to them and to the wider community. Urban artist Sarah Sculley uses the human form, typography and colour to create bold works inspired by personal events, emotional pitfalls and the need to find the positive in every situation. This exhibition brings her bright work together with the photography of Lara Furst to create a place that explores the universal challenges experienced by Redlands Coast youth. An exhibition held in conjunction with International Youth Day 2020.

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