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Kylie Adele was born in Sydney; from an Early age she developed an innate artist creative ability/talent where she bought it into fruition.
At the beginning of her coreer, Kylie was Nationally award-winning hairstylist and make-up artist. It was her love of Avon Garde in hair that inspired her to pursue and art degree
in fine arts and ceramics in 1995 where she developed her love for clay and sculpture.
Kylie's exuberant and energetic nature and combined elements of her extensive travel and love of history has inspired her current works where you will see remnants of Renaissance art and Greek Mythology.
Kylie’s juxtoposes elements in her sculptures are nestled between reality and Mythology rather with a splash of surrealism, she focuses on revealing the expressive elements of compositional expression, using clay, fiberglass, and concrete, and is well known for pushing creative boundaries of sculpture for both small and extensively large projects.
Kylie has developed her own visual and inimitable style, which was derived through her interior Design, where she would create her own sculptures for contemporary baroque settings within the Interior Design world, landscapers, and private art consultants.
With uimost proficiency Kylie invites you to a magical, fluid, and inspiring world of history, culture, and expression.
I'm an Argentinean - Australian, Sydney-based artist that builds, sculpts, makes music and explores our unseen reality. My abstract sculpting works are pure personal introspective journeys. Sculptures allow me to deepen concepts and emotions that shape materials while also shaping myself. I grew up proud of having a renowned sculptor grandfather. From playing in his sculptures to regularly visiting museums, it all felt quite normal and yet very unique. At age 15 I started playing music and since then I passionately composed and performed with multiple original bands for over another 15 years.
I’ve been delighted to see my mother's transformation into a visual artist in her 50s and I knew that at some point I'd feel o calling to open my musical creativity to the visual arts. I started sculpture to connect with my grandfather, who is no longer present, and experience firsthand what he felt to sculpt clay, to shape the plaster and let go of the mind. Sculpting quickly become my main passion.
Clay Plaster Mild Steel Cement Patinas