Iconic Australian artist Bruce Goold has been making his mark on the Sydney art scene for over four decades. Encouraged by his father to draw Bruce went on to study at the National Art School in Australia in the late 60s. From 1970 to 1972 Bruce was a member of the Yellow House, a community of artists who converted every part of a Sydney house into installation and surrealist displays. Many of Bruce’s motifs noticeably draw their inspiration from Australian flora and fauna, which landed him the opportunity to design for the well-known surf brand Mambo in the late 80s and 90s. Bruce even created the official poster commemorating Sydney’s bi-centennial in 1988, and many of Bruce’s pieces can be found in collections in several Australian museums, including the Australian National Gallery. Even with all this success Bruce still employs himself with fabric design, limited edition woodcuts, sculpting and book and magazine illustration.
FEATURED ITEMS - Wood blocked prints - Australia flora and fauna designed fabric