Fleur Schell

Fleur loves the freedom and playfulness of Pop Surrealism and Contemporary Folk Art, and references both genres constantly while telling stories through porcelain and mixed media. Her work explores themes of childhood innocence, simplicity and the imagined. Her personal history is an endless source of inspiration having grown up on a farm in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. Attending boarding school as a child, the magical worlds existing on the farm are even more precious and nostalgic. Her work is consumed by a magical and imaginative reawakening.

Makeshift Home, 2019

porcelain

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