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Brae Tye- No Limits | The Art Factory in Conversation

Brae Tye- Reaching, Acrylic on Canvas, 2019

Established Art Factory artist Brae Tye celebrated the opening of his first solo exhibition No Limits. The exhibition featured Brae's acrylic and pastel works on card, as well as one acrylic painting on canvas. The works show Brae's distinct choice of colours, using bright and fiery yellows, reds, oranges and browns standing boldly against a black background.

Brae has been working in The Art Factory Studio since the establishment of a Wednesday group in 2018, and his unrelenting determination in creating works soon led to a collection of artworks fitting for a solo exhibition.

The Riverina Community College gallery hosted over 80 guests at the official opening of No Limits, following onto the artists talk. The Art Factory in Conversation was organised in junction with Wagga Wagga City Council's Fresh Festival. Fresh combines Seniors Week and Youth Week celebrations into a month-long program of talks, workshops and events in the Riverina.

The Art Factory in Conversation involved artists Rochelle and Christelle guiding the public into the studio and introducing fellow Art Factory artists who spoke about their processes in creating and being a part of a Supported Studio.

The Art Factory in Conversation



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