Vexta’s work is mostly human portraiture. Some of her work has been purchased by the National Gallery of Australia. She was born in 1980 and has a background in print-making. You can see examples of her work on her website.
According to a page on Wikipedia: Vexta’s motivation for stencil art is both artistic and sociopolitical. She has been documented as saying:
“I don’t want to live in a city that’s really bland and covered in grey and brown and advertising. I never said it was OK to put a billboard on the top of Brunswick Street, so who’s to say that I can’t put up a small A4 size image in a back laneway?”.
Her main aim in her work is to connect with the public on an emotional level:
You can find further artists on my Street Artists page.
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