Alison Percy is an Australian artist exploring the land, the figure and the flower. Referencing traditional Japanese calligraphy, Alison combines her fascination of fluid forms with her knowledge and passion of colour. Her clean but lyrical style gives notion to a previous career in illustration, and her work engages with this interesting tension between art and design. Alison’s work is a sophisticated study of colour, juxtaposing vibrant and muted tones within a distinct visual rhythm.
Based in Albury on the border of Victoria and New South Wales, Alison has worked in the creative industries her entire career. Originally training as a graphic designer, she has also been a freelance interior design consultant and calligrapher. Alison’s eye for detail was always well suited to the arts.
Since her first solo exhibition in 2015, Alison exhibits several times a year and her work has been featured in publications such as Belle, The Design Files and Est Living. Alison also tutors at the Murray Art Museum Albury, a role she relishes as an opportunity to provide the guidance she wished for in her own early career. Alison accepts a limited number of private commissions each year.
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