Our intention for PORTAL Street is to activate otherwise seemingly ‘dead’ public spaces for art interaction and engagement.
To find out more about these images and each of the artists who made them, click on the images below.
Rebecca Hosking is an award winning artist, who creates unique, deeply philosophical, engaging, and immersive art. The Fairhaven Fine Art Photographer is inspired to create a nucleus for a sustainable future via archival quality prints, large scale projection compilations, activating spaces via digital art installations, via her “Coastal Pod Productions” film and production component. Inspired to share spirit, to capture, transport, to connect to each other and to the local environment, to share local stories that have an international thread. Connecting, inspiring, and engaging individuals to further engage over issues of importance and strengthening a sense of place. Rebecca’s modus operandi is to create new and cutting edge art that moves and transports the viewer.
Blending the creativity of art, the timelessness of photography and the power of digital technology.
Since its establishment in 2010, Renee Wigley Photography and Deans Marsh Art Studio has been an integral part of the Otways Region.
Renee’s creative instinct allows others to see the world in a different way. She is a fixture at many local and not-so-local events, immortalizing special moments and sharing them with the wider world.
Renee’s creativity, joy and passion for her work shines even more when working one-to-one with clients for personal portraits, family photos, product photography, creating special moments with pets, and helping make holidays last forever.
Renee is passionate about promoting artists and creative thinkers in the community and helping others develop their talents. The Deans Marsh Art and Photography Studio has been host to many exhibitions, community events, private tutorials and weekly art classes for kids.
My name is Shaun, I’m a long time resident of Torquay. I’ve always been quiet, someone who prefers it away from the crowds, someone drawn to the corners and edges, often more an observer than a participant. A few years ago I decided to bring a camera along on my walks and try to capture the things that capture me in this place that I call home – the ocean, the light, the wildlife, the people. My photography lives under the name The Passerby, it just felt like a good fit for the way I go about things.