THAI, Amy

Three new works from one of Australia’s most elusive floral installation artists reference French art history, nature, humanity and connection.

Having worked in one of the world’s most beautiful addresses, Paris, Amy returns back to Australia to continue her multidisciplinary work that is poetic and evocative. Thai probes into themes like identity, intimacy, romantic, spiritual and emotional connection, vulnerability and French art history. Abstract, evocative yet intentional defines Amy’s approach. From her bouquet repertoire to full scale curations, Amy always focuses and sculpts on concepts of simplicity which ultimately translates into an optimal level of complexity and mesmeric beauty out of the bounty of nature.

Through floral design and sculpture, Thai explores the relationships between time, space and movement. This Parisian-trained artist searches for “nothingness” in her works; Put simply, her way of creating is about connecting into her emotions and responding to what feels right without hesitation. More so, the many layers and parts that seamlessly become a greater whole is a result of connecting and trusting something within that guides her without the need for her to fully understand it all.

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Three new works from one of Australia’s most elusive floral installation artists reference French art history, nature, humanity and connection.

Having worked in one of the world’s most beautiful addresses, Paris, Amy returns back to Australia to continue her multidisciplinary work that is poetic and evocative. Thai probes into themes like identity, intimacy, romantic, spiritual and emotional connection, vulnerability and French art history. Abstract, evocative yet intentional defines Amy’s approach. From her bouquet repertoire to full scale curations, Amy always focuses and sculpts on concepts of simplicity which ultimately translates into an optimal level of complexity and mesmeric beauty out of the bounty of nature.

Through floral design and sculpture, Thai explores the relationships between time, space and movement. This Parisian-trained artist searches for “nothingness” in her works; Put simply, her way of creating is about connecting into her emotions and responding to what feels right without hesitation. More so, the many layers and parts that seamlessly become a greater whole is a result of connecting and trusting something within that guides her without the need for her to fully understand it all.

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