A.J. Fosik uses brightly coloured balsa wood and creates optical illusion/animal inspired masks. I love the peacock effect, and the intensity of the colours that he uses to create the striking patterns. The overall work is always eye catching and often quite intimidating and scary.

Arran Gregory creates reflective, faceted sculptures that capture the essence of the animals that he is sculpting. The mirrored material that he uses draws more attention to the basic form of the pieces, and forces the viewer to appreciate the deceptive simplicity of the shape.

Fred Butler uses origami, bright colours and sharp edges in her work, mainly accessories and fashion items. The brightness of the colours she uses is garish and kitschy but it stands out amongst the crowd. The inclusion of the iridescent material adds an extra layer to each piece, too.


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