An evolution of Sunshine Coast Art Prize finalist painting ‘Chimera’, Celia created several unique motions that bring the piece to life into different environments and themes.
The Way Home is an inspiring journey that invites the protagonists to leave their comfort zone to explore their surroundings in the look for new adventures. New friends that come together as a community forming the original painting until they part ways again.
Her expanded painting practice explore perception of movement, as it relates to sensorial experience. Her work is experimental, original, intuitive and playful, a delightful representation of contemporary Art.
Celia explores optical effects via her geometric abstractive painting style. fascinated by the perception of movement that can be achieved by the combination of colours and variations in contrast.
Celia’s hypnotizing pop pointillism displays a great amount of precision and detail playing with the illusion of perfection. Inspired by two of her major influences, Bridget Riley and Yayoi Kusama, she developed her own original technique. Through the use of dots, she explores shapes, colour fields and reactions through layering, colour combinations and gradation of shade.
With a unique approach to digital painting, Celia’s NFT works are about transformation and transition. She takes her original paintings through a journey of transformation and evolve them into different versions, all the way until a whole new language is found and the piece is transformed into a new version of itself.