Meet The Others: New Futures


Meet The New Futures artists exhibiting at The Different Artwork Honest, December 1-4 at The Cutaway.

The New Futures program is a part of our continued mission to interrupt down conventional obstacles of the modern artwork world by giving prizing to gifted, usually underrepresented, rising artists. Every recipient is given free exhibition house at The Different Artwork Honest together with entry to networks and alternatives designed to jump-start their careers.

Recipients are chosen in collaboration with artwork world specialists and native inventive companions to carry their respective abilities and differing views.

Clementine Barnes, @clementineamelia


Clementine is a textile artist and painter at the moment residing on Gadigal land. Though a formally-trained painter, she has been stitching for so long as she will be able to keep in mind. Her brightly-coloured summary needleworks are a labour of affection, with every work taking round 4 hundred hours to finish. 

Black Magic, cotton and metallic needlepoint on linen, custom-made body, 27cm x 30cm. Picture credit score: Peter Morgan. Exhibited in a personal assortment.


Clementine believes that craft-based practices are largely undervalued inside Modern Australian Artwork and as such, is a passionate advocate for the promotion of craft-based follow.

Zoe Toakley, @___zoetoakley


Zoe Toakley is an artist residing and dealing on Gadigal Land in Sydney. She graduated from the Nationwide Artwork Faculty in 2019 with a BFA majoring in portray. Zoe’s work is an investigation into the results of sunshine by means of a fabric pushed follow, working with supplies that maintain reflective, refractive or mild absorbing qualities.

Diptych I, compressed charcoal on canvas and prismatic movie, 33 x 33 x 6cm.


Zoe is fascinated with making works which might be utterly involved with notion and expertise that’s formed or altered by means of the usage of these completely different supplies, creating temporal, non-physical dimensions.

Fiona Macpherson, @rnadness


Fiona Macpherson’s portray follow explores the nonlinear nature of therapeutic, whereas participating with an autobiographical narrative of trauma.

By vibrant and densely layered oil work, her work seeks to dissect and study contrasting themes of silence and visibility, the floor and the underside, vulnerability, tenderness and rage.

She lives and works on Gadigal land in Sydney, NSW, and is at the moment finishing a Bachelor of Superb Arts Honours at UNSW Artwork & Design.

Vessel, oil & acrylic yarn on wooden panel, 60 x 50cm, $1200.


Clementine, Zoe and Fiona be a part of a stellar line-up of 135 artists exhibiting at The Different Artwork Honest this December 1-4.

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