Kitty Calvert's quirky assemblage sculptures are a recollection of past treasures brought to life – if you're looking for something different at the Sydney Affordable Art Fair, you can't go past these amazing artworks.
Behind Kitty Calvert is two individuals, husband and wife Julia Brampton and Phill Calvert. Together they haunt op-shops, recycling stores and vintage warehouses to find the amazing pieces of discarded treasure they use to create their builds. Often humorous and quirky, each artwork tells a story with the lost and up-cycled treasures they are made from.
At the age of 12, Julia Calvert was one of Paddington Market in Sydney's first and youngest stallholders, carrying a passion for vintage toys. As a drummer and a 'fixer' of things, Phill Calvert learnt early on how not to strangle a hammer. Now they work together, to design and create these up-cycled, re-engineered sculptural stories of a familiar past.
Find some truly unique art is Sydney with these fascinating creations, whether you're after a piece of wall art that's not just your every-day canvas, or a free standing little sculpture to treasure forever.
Don't forget to get your tickets to the Sydney Affordable Art Fair, running June 15 – 18.
See Kitty Calvert's available artworks by signing up to be an Early Bird – receive the full 64 page Fair Collection Catalogue direct to your inbox two days before the Fair, on June 13.
What's more, we've got FOMO fixed – we're opening phone pre-sales for 2 hours on June 14, so you can be sure to secure up that special artwork before it gets snapped up. Phone pre-sale details are included in the catalogue.