Bright Skies Ahead I Carley Cornelissen | Mixed Media Assemblage
Bright Skies Ahead I Carley Cornelissen | Mixed Media Assemblage
Bright Skies Ahead I Carley Cornelissen | Mixed Media Assemblage
Bright Skies Ahead I Carley Cornelissen | Mixed Media Assemblage
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Bright Skies Ahead I Carley Cornelissen | Mixed Media Assemblage

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Artist: Carley Cornelissen

Title: 'Bright Skies Ahead'

Size: 120h x 120w x 3d cm (47.24h x 47.24w x 1.18d inches)

Media: Acrylic and Transfer on Board

Frame: This work comes framed in an exhibition frame provided at no additional cost. Such frames may come with small marks due to use for exhibition purposes.

'Bright Skies Ahead' is a new artwork by Carley Cornelissen, an emerging Australian artist based in Brisbane, Queensland. Her work is beautiful, colourful and full of energy. Her strong feelings towards the way humans treat animals inspire her to highlight the influence of human population and greed on the environment. Each piece she creates holds a special meaning, hidden in the flowers, the insects, birds or animals. Carley’s pieces contain references to endangered fauna, extinct animals and wildlife at risk.

Of this series Carley has said "A lot of my work is centre’s around placing endangered animals in idyllic environments where they are safe from any human involvement. The rhino was the first ever creature I used this idea with back in 2012 and has remained in my practice ever since."

Carley likes to use her work to get people to think about how their actions affect the environment. Carley uses patterns and bold colours to provide a glimmer of hope and to help people realise that we as individuals can make a difference. She also uses transfers as she feels the image represents the fragility of the situation, it shows how endangered species are here but also almost gone.

Please note the visual simulations of the artwork in a domestic setting included in the photo gallery are provided purely as a visual reference and may not be to scale. If you have a specific space in mind for the artwork, you can email us with the details and we can create a mock up of your space with this specific artwork to scale for you.