A recent painting for my upcoming show The Mundane and The Bizare at Brunswick Street Gallery in Melbourne. It’s opening Friday night at 6pm if anyone out there in this wild world is from Melbourne come on down!
I just wrapped up doing a artist in residency program at Beaconhills College. It really was a awesome opportunity and I cannot thank everyone involved enough! I have embedded a youtube video below with the first painting I completed across the two weeks and it goes into depth exactly what I was doing. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since I have posted here… if you are keen to see more reliable updates my instagram is the best place to do so @callumwarrenart But I am hosting a gallery night in Melbourne at O.MY restaurant! So please if you live in the area come along should be a great night!
Here is the time lapse video for the Watermelon piece I did for omy. I have been trying to improve the production quality of these videos so I would really appreciate you checking it out!
Well folks, here it is the final piece in the series. Pretty stoked to have it all done and dusted its a nice feeling. Cant wait to see them hanging on the walls of the restaurant! Go down and check it out in OMY, Beaconsfield in Melbourne! It really is a unique and delicious experience.Continue reading “The final piece in the OMY series!”
Back again with part 3 in the series of 4 for OMY restaurant! This one is the most detailed in the series taking around 22 hours to complete. I used charcoal and prismacolour in this piece. You can see the rest of the series on the drawings page. Below is the timelapse for this piece,Continue reading ““The Gardener” OMY series 3/4 and time lapse!”
Season 5 is back and I’m pretty stoked! I was working on this piece as a mental break from the OMY series. Its up for sale if anyones interested for $80 here: http://callumwarrenart.bigcartel.com Timelapse video is below!
Here is the 2nd part in my series of 4 for OMY!
This is the first part in a series of 4 for a local restaurant. Which is going to be representing the fresh produce to plate provided completely by their local farm.
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