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PUBLIC 2016: Hayley Welsh & Jae Criddle

Monday 11th April / presented by Kylie Sturgess

Hayley Welsh is known for her “playful and strange” pieces, many featuring wide-eyed animals and surrealism within realism.

Hailing from England, she has previously exhibited in London and New York but moved to WA in 2009 and says travelling influences her work.

She says likes to keep the creatures cute so people can engage but also likes them to have a sad, contemplative quality to inspire empathy in others.

Jae Criddle is a Fremantle based freelance illustrator, specializing in hand painted signage, graphic design and murals.

After studying graphic design, she went on to become an illustrator of her “spontaneous” works.

Working on blackboard as well as signage, her illustrations are dainty, simple and fun.

Jae was born and raised in Perth, and has been working as an illustrator for more than 10 years.

Jae & Hayley joined Kylie Sturgess on Artbeat from Form's PUBLIC2016 Campus at Curtin University to discuss their work.

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