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Local Mural artist Sauce will open his first curated showcase, Stains of Modernity, in his art space, The Sauce Studio.

Stains of Modernity is a response to the built environment and will feature Sauce’s ideas and concepts by using aerosol, repurposed objects and sculptural forms.

‘As an independent artist, it’s always a challenge to match my inspiration with commercial success,’ says Sauce, ‘especially with aerosol art, as there are so many restrictions with logistics and bureaucratic procedures. For me, Stains of Modernity sums it all up.’

Sauce is currently on his third tour of central Queensland this year and is completing murals and workshops in Emerald, Springsure, Blackwater and Tara.

All are welcome to attend opening night, this Saturday September 28.

The Sauce Studio – Shop 4/15, Cnr of Proudfoots Ln and Commercial Rd, Murwillumbah; 0431 904 833.

To RSVP, please email: [email protected]

 


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