Breana Vosper, Bronte Lovell, Hinnie Hobeyn & Joel Graham
Opening Event: Friday 2nd July, 5-7pm
2 - 30 July 2021
Artists Against Slavery presents, Zoomers; an exhibition of work by four talented young artists from Generation Z. Breana Vosper, Bronte Lovell, Hinnie Hobeyn and Joel Graham are high school students who all live in Diamond Harbour and attend Cashmere High School. They will be donating 10% of the sale price of their artworks sold to Artists Against Slavery.
Breana Vosper comes from an artistic family and has been painting most of her life, currently using oils, watercolour and acrylic. Her work has undergone a major evolution over the past year, as she refines the way she views her subject matter. She especially enjoys painting scenes of nature and different light forms.
Bronte Lovell is 17 years old and creates comics, characters and stories with digital art. She also loves painting, which is what she has experimented with in this exhibition.
Hinnie Hobeyn has lived in Diamond Harbour their entire life. They are a self-taught artist, drawing “ever since they were able to pick up a pencil”. Their art spans a variety of mediums, with their favourite style line art/pencil drawings.
Joel Graham focuses on portraits and figures. He often draws on a childhood spent partly in Afghanistan, where his parents worked in aid and development work helping trafficked women and children. He also has experience in animation, which leads to a sense of movement in many of his paintings.