Found fabrics, acrylic puff paint, thread in artist's frame
51cm x 65cm
Produced in the first half of 2020, during the early stages of COVID19, Butter, a textile assemblage by emerging sydney based artist, Amelia Skelton, was a project in searching for and focusing on moments of joy in amongst chaos.
Amelia Skelton is a multidisciplinary artist, living and working in Sydney, Australia. Working within the framework of craft and assemblage, Skelton produces work that speculates on the relationship between the person and the object. Skelton graduated from National Art School with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Sculpture) in 2016. Over the past four years, Skelton has partaken in a number of exhibitions including Bushfire Relief Fundraiser at China Heights Gallery, All that you can all your own, you can say that you are, curated by Lilac City Studios at Passport Store & Gallery, and Crossroads at Dom Ni Kata, Sofia, Bulgaria. Additionally, Skelton presented her solo exhibition Plastic, with Lilac City Studios in 2017, has been the finalist in Stonevilla Wearable Art Prize 2018 and 2019, and participated in the World of Co.’s Residency in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2019.