Bright fu­ture for shop­ping city artist

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Fashion -

WEST Perth artist Anisah Nasir is ce­ment­ing her­self as one to watch, with her lat­est in­stal­la­tion un­fold­ing at Lake­side Joon­dalup shop­ping city last week.

For more than 40 hours, she worked on the 13m by 4m ab­stract mu­ral up­stairs near H&M.

She was asked to brighten up the empty space that bridges the gap be­tween the food and fash­ion malls.

“We were ex­cited to en­gage up-and-com­ing lo­cal artist Anisah to work with the space to cre­ate some­thing vis­ually beau­ti­ful,” cen­tre man­ager Gemma Han­ni­gan said.

“The only brief was to make it bright, colour­ful and a fea­ture that our cus­tomers would love. We’re de­lighted with the re­sult.”

This is Nasir’s first large-scale in­stal­la­tion.

Us­ing acrylic paints, ink and resin to cre­ate her ab­stract works, she works largely with colour and in­ter­est­ing ob­jects and spa­ces to cre­ate one-off pieces for clients.

She re­cently com­pleted com­mis­sions for Balti­nas Ar­chi­tec­ture’s Halo on Mount apart­ments and the newly opened Pal­ette Nails Stylist in Su­bi­aco.


Anisah Nasir with her in­stal­la­tion.

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