Art Tui Bussenschutt, 12, sells out first solo exhibition of quirky, hand-drawn illustrations

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As telecommuting becomes more popular, coworking cafes that display original artwork are appearing not only in cities but also in rural areas.

With Basquiat and Picasso as influential, 12-year-old ArtTui Bussenschutt is one such artist who has benefited from a show at Berry’s Cafe on the south coast of New South Wales.

His first solo exhibition featuring 19 works was sold out.

With an arts and festival background, Kate Dezarnaulds is the founder of WorkLife, a network of collaborative workspaces hosting live music and art exhibitions.

“We have created WorkLife to build a network of thinkers and practitioners who are home away from home so that people can concentrate, get the job done and not be distracted by the laundry. I did, “said Dezarnaulds.

“The changes over the last few years make sense.”

Like cartoonists Leg Montbassa and Michael Leunig, art draws characters from his imagination.((((ABC Illawarra: Sara Moss).

The organization has 45 members in Coledale, a suburb of Illawarra, and 30 members in Berry.

“When I come to WorkLife, it’s my job to make sure it’s a community, not a barren office, and at the same time a place where I can connect with the community,” says Dezarnaulds.

Scrolling through Instagram looking for a piece to decorate the walls of the cafe, Kate came across a hand-drawn illustration of art.

The artwork on the wall of the cafe.
Kate Dezarnaulds says both children and adults are amazed at what Art has done.((((ABC Illawarra: Sara Moss).

“To allow young people to perform their work as consistently as this, and that all of them are completely different from the previous ones, and that they have this wonderful humor and personality about them. … I was like us “I have to do a show, he’s awesome, and I want to see more of them,” said Deza Naurus.

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With over 700 Instagram followers, Art is interested in his eccentric and philosophical hand-painted characters.

“We ship to New Zealand, Canberra, Melbourne, and locally, so there’s a lot of breadth,” said Dezarnaulds.

3 hand-drawn illustrations
Art creates bold, vibrant and unconventional works in a rustic / rustic style.((((Supply: Fliss Dodds).

Felicity Dodds, a ceramist who is the mother of three boys, helps the youngest by managing the Instagram page Art Tui.

As Felicity is known, Frith says art has a great sense of humor.

“It’s very unique and interesting, and his character is full of personality,” she said.

Her three kids are all creative, but art spends more time on it.

Art Tui's contemporary artwork
Art says that eccentric quotes come to him when he is painting.((((Supply: Fliss Dodds).

Art started drawing very young.

“While we were watching the sport of two older people, he made a sketch of a sweet little mechanical pencil, and he was actually drawing his brother and team from a bystander.” Frith said.

Over time, art was drawn to the brush and flea tip markers that his grandma bought him.

Art says he draws “someone or something from my imagination, whatever comes out of my brain.”

“I use geometric and organic shapes,” he said.

“I usually then face, work on my face, and follow my body.”

“He starts with his eyes and nose and talks about going from there,” Frith said.

Love, drawing by Art Tui
Love by Art Tui.((((Supply: Fliss Dodds).

“We have never touched his work, but he led him.

“In general, he comes to us after drawing it, it’s just in the pen stage, and he asks,” What do you think? “

“And we always say,’Wow, I can’t wait to see it colored.’

“It comes to him naturally.”

Three images of hand-painted characters.
Here and everywhere, out of context with Balloon Time Baby and Art Twi. ((((Supply: Fliss Dodds).

“Unbearable joy”

Louis Couttoupes, who owns and operates an ACT restaurant in Kingston, recently purchased five photos with his partner Iwona.

“We had this empty underground concrete bunker that needed to be personalized,” said Couttoupes.

“The art of art had an irresistible joy.

    Louis Couttoupes
Louis Couttoupes says the piece fits perfectly into his restaurant and made the right notes.((((Supply: Onzieme Restaurant).

“It’s eccentric and incredibly humorous, but it’s woven into a kind of melancholy melancholy,” he said.

“By paying attention to details such as scales, teeth and shadows, you will be very smart.

“There are grotesque elements, but they are so sympathetic and painful that I can only feel better when I see them,” Iwana said.

“We think they are very uplifting.”

Kate Desaru Naurus
Kate Dezarnaulds believes that the art of art has a great balance.((((ABC Illawarra: Sara Moss).


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