Kellie Hulm and Paul Williams: Selected Works

Jul 1, 2024 to Oct 27, 2024

Kellie Hulm Wetland Birds 2024 (detail)

Image: Kellie Hulm Wetland Birds 2024 (detail)


Bold and bright, Kellie Hulm and Paul Williams: Selected Works pairs two of Wagga’s premier artists working out of The Art Factory supported studio.

Both Hulm and Williams have a long history of making and exhibiting work, contributing to group shows and solo exhibitions each with a distinctive vision. See their latest paintings and Paul Williams foray into ceramic sculptures.

About the Artists

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Paul Williams
Born in Temora and based now in Wagga Wagga, Paul Williams has been a practicing artist for over a decade. In that time he has developed a distinct figurative style incorporating text and layers of colour, with recent incursions into sculpture and ceramics. Williams exhibition history includes both group and solo with work currently on exhibit in the office of Mayor of Wagga Wagga.

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Kellie Hulm
Kellie Hulm creates large scale paintings of interiors and landscapes. She is inspired by bold colour, puzzle designs and her travels. Hulm has participated in numerous group exhibitions including at Riverina Community College, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and HR Gallop Gallery.

About The Art Factory
The Art Factory in Wagga Wagga is part of the national Supported Studio Network that provides a framework for visual arts studios that support the professional development of artists with disability.

The Art Factory provides artists with guidance, mentoring, networks and career paths to assist in further establishing and maintaining a contemporary arts practice. The studio is non-directive and artists are encouraged to develop their own visual language using a range of mediums and styles.

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