At Pg.2, we love supporting aspiring local artists. Each month we display original artwork by a different local artist. We display artwork that is accessible and affordable. The majority of pieces are for sale, and 100% of the sale goes to the artist.
Displaying the artwork helps to generate further interest to the artist and their dedication to their craft, and we get new awesome art to show off every month- it’s win, win really!
If you’re an aspiring artist who would love to display their work in our cafe – please email your details, along with information about your work, and a portfolio/link to website etc to: email@example.com
Our artists thus far:
Kathryn Bray : October 2016
Philippa (Pip) Crisp : September 2016
Gillian Nix : August 2016
De-arnne Kelly : July 2016
John Graham : June 2016
David Hood: May 2016
Xavier : April 2016
Lucy : March 2016
Sophie Metcalfe : February – March 2016
January – current 2016 (we still have these pieces in the cafe if you would like to purchase them)
We’ve had lovely artwork done by local children, donated by their parents. These pieces are still on display. All profits made from selling these pieces will be donated to a local charity – Kids Under Cover. Pieces are priced at $40.. but feel free to offer more for them!
Mark Minty : November – December 2016
Laura Herman : October 2015
Lucy Simms : September 2015
Chris Tracey : August 2015
Lena Heto : July 2015
Sharyn Carlesso : June 2015
Walter d’Avignon : May 2015
Suzy Becker: April 2015
Tinja Berg: March 2015
Jamie Lee: February 2015
Luke Aveil: December 2014- January 2015
Christie Williams: October- November 2014
Christina Cesario: October- November 2014
Courtyard mural artwork done by : This is B.S
‘This is B.S’ is a creative collaboration between Brittany and Steve. Brittany studied a Bachelor in ‘Fine Arts,’ at Monash University majoring in painting. Steve alternatively comes from a design background with a ‘Master of Architecture from the University of South Australia.
The two met in a warehouse 3 years ago over an unlikely conversation over ‘the treachery of images’ by Rene Margritte. The formation of ‘This is B.S’ as a collaborative team stemmed from many late nights of drawing, gin fuelled creative conversation and constructing short films. As a natural progression the two quickly defined themselves more formally as each being one part of the creative duo in ‘This is B.S’
ABOUT THE WORK
Given the task to provide a piece representative of Melbourne, contemporary architecture was used as an identifiable basis. An alternative skyline was created. Utilising identifiable patterns of contemporary Melbourne facades and extracting these enabled us to create habitable environments. Having always been interested in the worlds of insects and their industrious nature, it was natural to allow the insects to become inhabitants in this whimsical exploration of the city.