Art Pharmacy were commissioned by Goldfields Group to develop an art piece to fill the wall of the lobby space on Chapel St, in the heart of Melbourne.
The developed narrative ‘A Touch of Gold’ was to reflect the business’ objectives, vision and goals.
The objective was to find a striking, eye-catching artwork to fill the space in line with the business’ refined aesthetics and attention to detail. The works had to speak to the interior design palette and offer an edgy yet classic resonance.
Two artist’s were shortlisted to respond to the narrative, developing either a singular piece or diptych that aligned with the high-end development company. The chosen artist was Adela Kusur.
Adela is an abstract painter and artist who has a deep connection with colour and form.
She is invigorated by how tone and the application of painted shapes and figures can create alternate moods in a space urging people to be activated in different ways.
Every colour is chosen with care and led by intuition and curiosity. Often she is intrigued to see them interact with one another the way in which she interacts with the conscious and subconscious.
Adela’s Diptych work reflected fluid and immersive forms through a process of layered tones, congruous to the organic lines of the Chapel Street lobby desk offering a sophisticated discourse between the two objects. The whisper of blue offers a vital force within the contemporary interior.