Both Carolyn and Shoso's work concern nature and the environment, but manifest this is entirely different ways.
Carolyn's art practice reflects on the plastic waste of our consumerist society. She collects and use plastic waste found on beaches, streets and around her studio, to create monochromatic large plastic installations.
Shoso is a certified teacher of Ikebana, with over 30 years experience. He studied under the late Sogetsu Head Master, Hiroshi Teshigahara, and was selected by Belle magazine as one of six “Australia’s top floral designers”.
These two talented artist will be creating work daily at The Mining Exchange.