Playfully exploring some funky shapes, colours and lines observed in nature.
Dom Foff is an artist, maker and designer working on Bidjigal land.
Constantly exploring and experimenting with painting, drawing, sculpture, woodworking, and writing, Dom is building a broad body of work that hopes to bring joy, curiosity, and reflection.
He has a keen emphasis on the potential (and often absurd) histories and relationships of seemingly inconsequential objects allowing process and play to drive the investigation of a particular project.
After completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting and Drawing) from The College of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Arts (English Literature) from UNSW - as well as a cheeky Cert. IV in Small Business Management - he worked in theatre and events in design and production as a maker, builder, and production manager helping create some of the seen (and unseen!) magic of those industries.
Having developed extensive experience in a plethora of materials, functional design, and processes, Dom has returned to a studio/workshop setting where he likes to build, make, create, repair, and innovate with a broad range of new, recycled, and reclaimed materials.
As a painter, he wants to dive deeply into the roles of the basic elements of artmaking - line, shape, color, texture, composition - and how they all can play together.
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