Folio: Pericoloso

Lorry Wedding-Marchioro, the artist behind Pericoloso is a sculptor based in the Adelaide Hills. In their work the theory of the Observer effect in Quantum physics is a main inspiration which often makes itself known in playful interactions between elements, the qualities of spontaneity, randomness and fluidity create sculpture that are spontaneous and interactive in nature.


Image: Lorry Wedding-Marchioro, String Theory, 2018. Photograph Bridgette Minuzzo

Folio: Dana Kinter

Dana Kinter is an artist living and making in the Fleurieu Peninsula. Drawing from the natural environment surrounding her home and an Encyclopedia of Australian Birds handed down by her Grandmother, Dana has created a signature style that embraces Australia’s native flora and fauna.

Image: Dana Kinter, I whispered your name in the wind – wattle birds and wattle (detail), 2020. Image courtesy the artist.

Folio: Jason Cordero

Jason Cordero is a visual artist based in Adelaide, Australia. His practice is focused on painting, drawing and digital media and has a strong interest in concepts of possession, perception and belonging.

Image: Jason Cordero, They went their own way, 2019, oil on canvas. Image courtesy the artist.

Folio: Tom Moore

Tom Moore employs traditional glass blowing techniques to create sculptural creatures so whimsical in form and concept they demand attention. His plant-birds, vegetable-men and shark-wagons address themes of nature and industrialisation with humour and playfulness.

Image: Tom Moore, Torpedo Shark, 2005, Hot joined, blown and solid glass with metal components. Photograph Grant Hancock.

Folio: Youngsoon Jin

Born and raised in Aichi, Japan, Australian artist Youngsoon Jin received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in sculpture, at the Aichi University of the Arts in 2007 and moved to Australia the same year. Youngsoon uses drawing and installation to reveal fleeting moments of beauty in ordinary objects.

Image: Youngsoon Jin, Whipped Cream 1, 2015, Charcoal on paper. Photograph Jonathan VDK

Folio: Laura Wills

Laura Wills is a visual artist based in Adelaide, South Australia. She has an expanded approach to her practice, involving collaboration, ethics, participation and community-based projects. Wills is interested in the social context of art and ecological art projects, exploring themes such as travel, shelter, the environment, mapping and food issues.

Image: Laura Wills, Local Rocks (detail), 2017, pastel and pigment ink on rag paper. Image courtesy the artist

Two women sitting on a rock look off into the distance

Join or Renew Membership

Guildhouse offers a range of membership packages to assist you to grow your practice, achieve your career goals and meet requirements as an arts professional.
Two women sitting on a rock look off into the distance

Call Outs

With a variety of programs and commissions available to help grow your creative practice, Guildhouse membership opens the door to unique opportunities.
Explore our current call outs now!
Two women sitting on a rock look off into the distance

Guildhouse Community Resource Hub

You can find all the current information we have around COVID-19 on this page. We will be keeping it updated as new information and resources come to light.

Silhouette of a person looking toward an illuminated pyramid shaped artwork

Guildhouse in Focus

Welcome to Guildhouse in Focus – your repository of interviews, news, and more! Read about our members, their exhibitions and workshops and keep up to date with artistic practice in South Australia.

Silhouette of a person looking toward an illuminated pyramid shaped artwork

Engage our services

Guildhouse members represent the diversity of creative practitioners in both SA and nationally. With artists at all stages in their careers, from emerging to established, our services allow you to engage and create with our members.
Logo for 'Artist Toolkit', features text and an image of a toolbox

Artist Toolkits

Guildhouse supports the professional development of artists, and connects creatives with the broader arts ecology. We’ve built a variety of Toolkits to help you navigate maintaining a sustainable practice.

Commissions & Referrals

With Guildhouse members working across all areas of visual art, craft and design, their work is often sought for public installation and private commission. Discuss with us your project or commission requirements today.

Programs

Guildhouse Programs support and promote creative practitioners, offering opportunities for ongoing professional development, creative challenges that exist beyond the studio environment, while also building and engaging with new audiences.

Exhibitions & Events

Guildhouse offers a variety of events throughout the year that can benefit creatives across different aspects of their career. Check out the events we’ve currently got scheduled to find out how a Guildhouse event can help you.

Maarten Daudeij, (Raising the) White Flag , 2010, 6 x 2 x 0.3 m (approx), fabric, wooden pole, various components from the Palmer Sculpture Biennial 4 2010. Photograph Mal Wass. Image courtesy the artist.

About Guildhouse

Guildhouse is a not for profit organisation that supports South Australian visual artists, craftspeople and designers to build and maintain sustainable careers.

We help nurture and extend art practices and business development. 

We connect professional opportunities, markets and networks.

Folio Artists

Browse some of our Artist Profiles from Folio.

Built Environment, Design, Furniture
Drawing, Installation

News

ART WORKS: Writer in Residence 2019

Kate Larsen, ‘We approach’, 2018.Kate Larsen ART WORKS Writer in Residency Feb - Sept 2019 We are excited to announce our 2019 ART WORKS residencies! Kate Larsen is an Adelaide-based writer, arts manager and non-profit/cultural consultant. As a writer and professional...

The Collections Project 2019 Callout MEB

The Guildhouse Collections Project with the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia 2019 provides artists with the opportunity to research the Botanic Garden’s extensive historical and living collections. Beginning in February 2019, the research period...

2018 CATAPULT

Image: Lesa Farrant, Sea Spurge, 2018. Photograph: Grant Hancock. 2018 CATAPULT recipients The inaugural round of the CATAPULT mentorship program attracted a huge amount of strong, high caliber applications. The program will enable 9 artists to engage with mentors,...

The Collections Project 2019: Call Out

The Guildhouse Collections Project 2019 with Flinders University Art Museum (FUAM) is a collaborative project between Guildhouse and the Flinders University Art Museum that provides artists with the opportunity to respond to Flinders University’s extensive collection...

Guildhouse is supported by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia and by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
Guildhouse respectfully acknowledges the traditional country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.

Join Our Mailing List!

Keep up to date with Guildhouse and sector news.

You have Successfully Subscribed!