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EMERGessence

This free visual art exhibition will showcase the talents of emerging queer artists Will Ainger, Jamie Lewis, Ambience, Megan Maxwell and Paul Bradley. The exhibition will offer a mix of photography, painting and design and is at The Bakery ARTRAGE Complex from October 19 to October 26.

This is what the EMERGessence artists had to say about their work:

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Ambience – I am a self-taught artist whose artistic expression takes shape through my diverse paintings and mixed media collages. My contemporary artworks range from abstract to realistic to impressionistic – all visionary interpretations from my imaginary soul.

William Ainger – Light reveals character, disclosing shades previously concealed. Capturing what’s seen, I manipulate it to present my interpretation.

Paul Bradly – I am interested in the relationships between man’s ego and the rhythms of nature. This installation consists of recent street photography from Australia and New York city.

Jamie WD Lewis – Now living in Dubai and flying for work, I am exploring the world of moving colour and light reflection. Using my macro, I take photos of subjects that don’t always reveal their true form.

Megan Maxwell – I celebrate exploring freedom of expression in reflecting youth, culture, desire and political and economic issues facing contemporary society. I express these concepts using mixed media and multi-modal presentations. Changing of style and changing of media is something in which I incorporate into my art.

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