The show opened on Fri 28th Sept until Sun 30th. To enquire about my piece please email the gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org
I was recently asked to be a part of a group show, NSFW at Spoke Art in San Francisco. The show featured over 40 female and femme identifying artists who explored the topic of female sexuality. The varied works included painting, embroidery, neon and prints. Some of the artists involved were Miss van, Laura Berger, Jessica Hess, Petite Luxures, Jessica So Ren Tang, Winnie Truong, Robin Eisenberg, Meryl Pataky, Sabrina Elliot and more. Dasha Matsuura curated the show and you can read her interview about the show in Juxtapoz magazine here. Plus another interview here.
It was such a fun show and so great to be a part of an all femme group. I had the pleasure of going to San Francisco for opening night and meeting some of the artists and the lovely Dasha. Head to www.spoke-art.com to see the full list of artwork available for sale or email SF@spoke-art.com. The show finishes on Aug 26th at Spoke Art Gallery -816 Sutter St, San Francisco. I have one original left #todolist (acrylic painted on plywood, box framed with Australian hardwood) plus a limited edition giclee print #balance. (See below) Run of 50 only so be quick to snaffle one.
It's exotica hour in the jungle! Can't you hear the bongos and bird calls? This is a print taken from a large original painting on canvas.
Giclee prints available from A3+ up to A0 poster size (holding A2 size in third pic). Printed on 300gsm natural Cotton Rag Art Paper using archival inks. Limited edition of 100 and each edition is hand numbered and signed.
Head on over to the shop for a peek.
Wishing you all a very happy holiday season from Neryl down under! Thanks to everyone for supporting small business this year. It means so much to receive your orders and post prints out to all corners of the world. May your holiday season be fun filled and I hope Santa brings you what you wished for.
To all of you who are having a bad day or just a bad year in general. I made you a gif for you to give to the universe! #flipthebird
Aloha! A new print is in the store and somehow I forgot to post it here! Following on from China Girl, this is Leilani, featuring all things Hawaiian. The name was inspired by the Hoodoo Gurus song of the same name, taken from their classic 80’s debut album, Stoneage Romeos. It’s still a fave of mine. Leilani is a Hawaiian name that means heavenly flower.
My great grandfather lived in Hawaii for sometime and came back to Australia to design and build his home inspired by his travels, complete with palm trees. It was a very unusual design for 1905. He named it Hale Mauka (house on the hill) and it still stands today.
She is available in A3 size up to A0 poster size. Shown below holding the A2 size. Head to the shop for more details.
A fun new design to get you started in the morning (if hula hooping and dancing with maracas are your thang). Available to license. Please send all enquiries to email@example.com.
Stocksy, General Assembly and Frankie Magazine have teamed up with a group of local illustrators, designers and artists for an amazing night of art illustration, photography and mixed media. 'Tiger Snakes and Six Packs' - a celebration and exploration of all things Aussie. Opens this Thursday night in Melbourne and yes free beer will be involved!
The artworks have been created using a gallery from Stocksy - a photographic stock library, and will be sold via silent auction on the night. Part proceeds going to the charity The Song Room - encouraging people through creativity.
My piece 'Born Sandy Devotional' named after a Triffid song and album of the same name. For those non Australians the Triffids were an alternative 80's rock and pop band hailing from Western Australia, where I was grew up. I've always loved this album title.
Inaluxe, Carla Hackett, Ellen Porteus, Alice Oehr, Neryl Walker, Megan Palmer, Luke Taaffe, Matt Dampney, Keil Tillman, Dave Homer, Kyme Farley, Electric Confetti, Lauren Nicholson, Joel Pringle
Opening at 6pm, followed by a panel discussion with: Kylie Lewis - Of Kin, Tess McCabe, Matthew Henry - Oak and Ink, Brianna Wettlaufer - Stocksy United and Nuno Silva - Stocksy United.
Thursday 2nd June
Donkey Wheel House
673 Bourke St, Melbourne
Printing Sponsorship provided by the awesome Prism Imaging.
Hope to see you there!