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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Abbey Rich @abbey_rich
Abbey Rich is a public and exhibiting artist based in Naarm (Melbourne), Australia. Their work predominantly looks at gender, pattern and environment, with a particular interest in accessible and community co-designed public art making. Abbey’s work intends to be easily approachable, to be welcoming and appeal to many people through colour, pattern and warmth. Having created over 40 murals, their work traverses both public and private space with commissions from the Immigration Museum, Minus18, The Australian Open and Selina, but predominantly by councils and arts festivals.
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
My artwork is a fun big dream, a little chaotic in composition. Just like pride, chaotic and surreal. There’s movement reflecting inclusivity and colours from the non-binary and pride flags. The work also a nods to the formative nature of queer and trans literature, a reference to Carmen Maria Machado’s ‘In the Dream House.’
This work was created by Abbey in response to World Pride Sydney 2023. The artist created this beautiful 2.4m x 2.4m artwork with the intention for it to be sold to raise money for charity partner Minus 18.
This artwork would look stunning in an office or home studio setting. Please email us directly to organise additional delivery or pick up options at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This project is part of The Rocks and Darling Harbour Pride Art Trail.
|Sizing:||(2.4m x 2.4m)|
|Stock:||Painted directly to 19mm marine ply with Resene paints, treated with anti-graffiti coating|
Each square is made up of two x 1.2m x 2.4m plywood panels.