Sally Bulling

Flowers From: Andy – Large Bouquet I

Mirror, Epoxy Glass, Pigments, Acrylics & Metallic Mixed Media

960 x 960 mm


About this artwork

Cluster of three flowers in Mathilda Blue and Burnt Orange, inspired by Andy Warhol’s iconic Flower screen prints from the 1960/1970’s.

The back of this cluster is fluorescent orange and throws a warm hue onto a white wall.

This cluster is 960mm in diameter (each flower approx 600mm in diameter)

Installation: Each piece has a cleat on the back and a template for hanging.

Artist bio

Sally Bulling is a contemporary New Zealand artist, creating abstract paintings in sculptural, wall-mounted layers that evoke an infinite energy.

Bulling’s works feature combinations of vibrant and alluring colour with rich golds, channelled into her sculptural forms. Expressive marks are created through movement, sweeping brush strokes, drips, and flicks dance together in playful tension across the surface. Every layer of the work is sensitively considered to engage and delight the viewer.

Bulling utilises mirror as her canvas, her veneers of poured liquid glass preserving the layers of paint, while the shaped edges and painted backs project an aura of light and colour on to the wall behind.

A unique and luminous light and depth is captured through her works, reflecting the viewer’s own gaze and surroundings, offering an immersive sense of interplay between viewer and artwork.

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