Artwork by our artists
We are excited to display a selection of exceptional artwork produced by our artists using Biji Sculpting Media. The collection showcases the versatility and endless experimental opportunities of our media. The artworks demonstrate that sustainability can be incorporated into all aspects of our lives without compromising creative expression.
Each artwork is entirely unique and reveals the soul of its creator, with its own distinct style and personality, exhibiting diversity in the techniques used.
These artworks can be reserved for purchase by emailing us (email@example.com) and viewed at our Thornleigh display room (by appointment) before pickup.
Our artists can undertake commissioned artwork to cater for individual tastes, or for indoor and outdoor design projects. Please contact us to discuss your next project.
The Trunk, 2020 by Aharon Arakel
Our artists are:
Mari has been a practicing artist for over 14 years. She has been a finalist in the Blacktown City Art Prize and Waverley Art Prize and has participated in several group exhibitions with mostly works on paper. Using our Biji Sculpting Media, she has branched into the medium of sculpture, an easy transition as she is passionate about the tactile nature of our media. Mari’s sculpting style is a blend of abstract and decorative art.
Ida is a resident artist with dCORE, who started painting in her teenage years when she was mentored by a well-known artist whose oil paintings now decorate many homes around the world. She has also taken training at art colleges in Los Angeles and Sydney, and has presented her paintings in numerous exhibitions. She regularly participates in local art exhibitions and workshops, and has secured prizes and high commendations for her mixed media artwork.
Aharon is a well-established scientist and technologist with a long history of involvement in art and crafts. He has participated in a number of one man and group exhibitions both in Australia and overseas. Presently he focuses on the creation of wire sculptures and large pottery using Biji Sculpting Media, one of many products from his sustainable technology development efforts.
Please contact us by email if interested to purchase any of the artwork shown below. We will reserve it for a week for you to drop in for viewing and collection.