New Point Art


Transformative Layers: A Journey Through Art, Waste, and Social Reflection

In the ever-evolving realm of artistic practice, transformation is not just a phase; it’s a constant state of being. The process involves a continuous reshaping and reforming of my work, breathing new life into each creation. Rich layers of textured paint, delicately juxtaposed with clear, subtle lines of charcoal or chalk, form the foundation of the expressive medium.

A Melbourne-based abstract artist William Holt, sets his artistic journey apart in his commitment to sustainability. All the paint used in his practice originates from discarded waste—rescued from local landfills, residential or industrial cleanouts, and generous donations. This cyclical process of repurposing paint isn’t just about eco-consciousness; it becomes an integral part of the authentic expression embedded in each stroke and canvas.

Embracing abstraction as a non-representational method, he thrives on experimenting with various techniques and materials, all while maintaining a tactile engagement with the viewer. His art, guided by an instinctual paint lead and an intuitive aesthetic, unfolds organically on the canvas. Pigments traverse the surface, undulating through their chosen course, eventually giving birth to compositions and forms that echo the beauty of the natural world.

William’s latest work will be showcased in Outback & Objectificationality Art exhibition

Event Details:
Title: Outback & Objectificationality
Date: November 15th – 28th, 2023
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Opening Night: November 16th, 2023, Thu (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM)
Venue: Room 205, 205 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney

Free Admission

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