Art has no boundaries

STRIPPED BACK: Euroa artist Ian Firth said his new work was concerned with getting back to basics in an effort to fight the more painterly elements that had become stronger in recent years. PHOTO: Lucy Bowler

EUROA artist Ian Firth said last week that one of the best parts of his craft was the physicality of sculpting and painting.

The National Art School graduate is known for his three dimensional, layered wooden paintings which have been exhibited in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and North East Victoria.

Born in London, Mr Firth moved to Australia with his parents as a seven year old.

“I have always been drawing,” he said.

“Dad used to draw all the time and I drew with him.”

Once he finished high school, Mr Firth went to study commercial art at the University of South Australia.

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