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VEXTA| Australian Female Graffiti Artist

VEXTA | Australian female Graffiti Artist

The Australian born, autodidact graffiti artist, Vexta, is one of Australia’s most leading female street artists today.  She started her career sometime around 2,000, decorating the walls around the city of Melbourne with her stencils and has come a very long way.

I’ve been making art and creating stuff since I was a little kid. So I’ve been doing, like, print-making and photography and they were kind of my two main loves. And so when I sort of noticed stencils going up on the streets of Melbourne, I got really inspired to kind of become part of that movement. I didn’t really know it was a movement at the time, but yeah. And so that really led into what I’m doing now.

 

You can revel in Vexta’s striking, vivid, strong neon artworks from the city streets and art studios of countries and continents around the world.

She exhibits in Australia at the National Gallery of Australia. Her artwork is also shown in private collections around the world and in academic and public collections.

View the graffiti world through Vexta’s psychedelic kaleidoscope of colours

Australian female graffiti artist Vexta stands by a laneway wall featuring her work in the streets of Fort Kochi

 

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graffiti artwork by Vexta

 

brightly coloured street art by Vexta

 

Vexta street art

 

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Vexta street art mermaid shark

 

Vexta amazing street art

 

Vexta skeleton kissing graffiti art

 

VEXTA — WHILE SHE WAITS SHE HOLDS HER BREATH 2010

WHILE SHE WAITS, SHE HOLDS HER BREATH  – Vexta’s solo exhibition – gallery TOMORROW’S WAR PAINT – acquired by the University of Queensland Art Museum.

vexta artwork children graffiti

 

vexta graffiti skull

 

Vexta graffiti butterfly art

 

Check out more of Vexta’s artwork, her studio work and her videos

HERE

 

 

 

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