Champagne on the beach and a soundtrack by Elvis. Artist Annalisa Ferraris – known for her depictions of abandoned pools and life-lusting hedonism – tells us of the summers she’ll never forget.
“I usually start off with a rough idea, but as soon as I start working it more often than not changes direction … I find that the exciting part.” Weaver and longtime RUSSH muse, Poppy Kural, on creative practice, finding beauty in the small things and making the ordinary extraordinary.
“I’m not an artist who waits for inspiration, I’m of the Picasso mind, when inspiration visits, let it find me working.” Australian sculptor Anna-Wili Highfield on her creative practice, parenthood, and finding joy in the cracks of life.
Artist and friend of RUSSH, Vicki Lee, presents her first solo exhibition, Sillage.
Photographer and writer Jordan Sullivan is in constant pursuit of the indescribable – of landscapes you can read, colours without names.