Creative people put a lot of themselves into their work, be it visually, emotionally and physically. “Disposition” invites you to step into the minds of artists and see what makes them who they are and how they tick.
Disposition artists reveal their process, energy, skin and emotions in a way that is fresh and raw.
Katherine has recently completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Monash University, and has spent the last few years within the creative community, from volunteering at Burrinja Cultural Centre, participating in the Dandenong Ranges Open Studios in 2015 and 2016, working collaboratively with other local artists as well as developing her own creative practice and business.
Baaqiy Ghazali was born in June 1992 in Johor, Malaysia. She then later enrolled into a boarding school when she was 13 years of
age. Continuing the academic excellence, she enrolled into an even better boarding school when she was 16 years of age. She was always referred to as the ‘art kid’ in schools, has shown a tremendous talent for drawing and painting sans formal training.
Brendan Hartnett is a young Melbourne based artist, currently studying at the Victorian College of The Arts. Brendan has had his work displayed in a number of galleries throughout Melbourne including, The National Gallery Of Victoria, and he was a part of the open studios' program in 2017 as part of the growing pains initiative.
Ouail Ezzouhri is a 22 year old artist residing in Melbourne.
As a child he was always creative and loved to draw, this led to him deciding to study applied art in high school. After graduating he was accepted into the School of Fine Art in Casablanca, majoring in interior design.
Australian Artist, Shimaa Halima, paints to show her visual perception of reality in her own way using unconventional methods of painting. She attempts to paint an illusion of reality using abstract forms and mixes of highly vibrant colours.