Billie Culy
Parade
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Billie Culy, Parade, 2021


Dimensions variable, Shells collected from Marine Parade, Napier.

Hawke’s Bay based Billie Culy is one of New Zealand’s emerging young artists. She is already well known for her captivating ‘still life’ works that pay homage to the elusive beauty of nature.

“I’ve never seen my works as photographs, but more as paintings, and a progression of the concept of ‘still life’”. Culy has been based in Hawke’s Bay for several years and operates out of her coastal studio in Haumoana. “I’m constantly inspired by the things I gather and see in my local areas, and this is reflected in my work”.

 

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Billie Culy