Clyth Hoult, 2011
The main idea is for the viewer to see a “normal” image but then on closer inspection notice the unexpected element and hopefully be transported by it. (T)he surreal element in my current work… is lighthearted and designed to amuse.
About Clyth Hoult
Clyth Hoult has had two previous careers, as an audiologist and in business, before commencing a career as an artist in 2003. Hoult trained at the Sydney Gallery School, Meadowbank TAFE and subsequently took master classes at the National Art School in both painting and drawing. Her work is held in both private and corporate collections and her recent exhibitions include The Australian Korean Year of Friendship exhibition in Seoul and the Glebe Art Show.