Arty Act: Explore and Connect with Nature
Artist Claudia Citton invites you to explore and collect objects that inspire creativity and mindfulness. Click on her Arty Act to follow her simple steps to create an artwork inspired by nature.
You will need:
- A bag or container to collect found objects
- Found objects.
To permanently secure your artwork you can use these items:
- Secateurs or Scissors
- Glue or hot glue gun
- Sewing kit – needle and thread
- String, wire
- Paper or a picture frame
Get to Know Claudia Citton
Claudia Citton is a Sydney based multidisciplinary artist, working predominately across Ceramics, Sculpture and Installation. She holds a Bachelor in Visual arts (Hons), from Sydney College of the Arts, majoring in Ceramics. Her work has been exhibited widely in Australia including being a finalist for the Woollahra Small Sculpture prize, the Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award, the Biennial North Queensland Ceramic Art awards, Townsville Art award, Gosford Ceramic Art prize, Blacktown City Art prize and Festival of Fisher’s Ghost, Campbelltown. Citton has been the recipient of numerous art awards including winning first prize in the Fisher’s Ghost Ceramic Art award. Her work is held in private collections both nationally and overseas including Campbelltown Art Centre.
Claudia Citton’s art practice is concerned with instigating thought about conservation, sustainability and examining humankind’s spiritual, ecological and ethical relationship with the planet.