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Category : Public Art

09 Jan 2017

Warriors public artwork by Brett Ashby.

Warriors public artwork by Brett Ashby. Exploration of places and spaces, community engagement, ideas of movement and capturing our physical actions represented as art- Casey Fields Rugby Pavilion, 2014. City Of Casey Council commissioned public mural with community outcomes.

30 Aug 2014

Herald Sun

THE swift pace of a ping pong ball was the inspiration behind a new piece of public art in Autumn Place, Doveton.Berwick artist Brett Ashby spray-painted a ‘POPP’ table (public outdoor ping pong table), while simultaneously riding a skateboard. “The ramps themselves are just over 1m wide, so they are quite skinny, and it’s difficult to try and balance with a steel structure next to you,” he said. “We did three layers of painting and the stencils were created through […]

10 Jul 2014

Young St

“Brett Ashby was contracted to complete a mural on a vacant and frequently graffiti wall in the central business area of Frankston. Brett was able to engage with local schools students to devise the design for the mural and replicate in art form what they believe symbolises the Frankston area.Brett’s mural which contains Perspex art together with painting on brick work is still standing today and unaffected by any graffiti.” Many thanks. Ken Liddicoat Coordinator Community Development ProjectsFranks City Council

03 May 2014

Bondi Life

Paint and Skate, Plein-Air (in the open air) new works by Brett Ashby. Sculpture by the sea, 2014 live art, streaming talks, video screen in rear of van and performances over 3 weeks.

23 Dec 2013

Art Van

Arts Burst 2013 live art by International artist Brett Ashby. Public moving sculpture and energy painting. Video produced by Minoli James & Co, Melbourne.HD cameraman and online editor James Karas.

16 Jul 2013

Beaconhills College, Pakenham and Berwick

Art in Year 8 centre commercial interior artworks

21 Mar 2012

Artist in residency and Contemporary artist guest speaker

Talking public art and energy with Eltham High School.

12 Oct 2010

Mt Keira man takes on Obama, Australia, 2010

Illawarra Mercury. It took Brett Ashby more than 200 digital photographs to create his internationally recognised portrait of Barack Obama. yet none of them were of the President of the United States. In fact, Ashby has never met him. Instead, Brett spent countless hours in his Mt Keira unit painstakingly etching the precise elements of hundreds of travel snaps that would become the eyes, ears and mouth of one of the most recognisable faces in the world.The slender frame of […]