Meet Louise Hunter
Louise Hunter has worked as a visual artist for more than 11 years in the ArtLife program.
Louise’s work uses geometric shapes and angular forms to create irregular patterns. She has exhibited her work in multiple exhibitions at Footscray Community Arts Centre and in galleries around Melbourne. In her most recent body of work, she has starting using a bolder colour palette. Louise always surprises viewers with the intricate nature, colour choices and complexity of her artworks – incorporating electrical tape, collage techniques and acrylic paints.
We caught up with Louise to find out more about her process and work.
How long have you been a part of the ArtLife Program?
I have been coming to ArtLife for over 210 years now!
How did you get into painting?
I have only been creating art in my Adult life. Creating art makes me feel happy, focused, calm and relaxed.
What are your favourite colours to work with?
Blue, purple and pink. I enjoy using these colours when I am being creative, they make me feel good!