Past Residents

Steven Bellosguardo

Steven Bellosguardo fuses contemporary techniques with a traditional approach to sculpture’s original subject, the human figure. Utilizing mediums associated with modernist sculpture, figures are rendered from flat sketches on steel, cut out and assembled, creating an interplay between two- and three-dimensional elements. Bellosguardo builds abstract figures that explore ideas of what it is to be human, and the reciprocal relationship humans have with nature.


Bellosguardo was born in 1988 in Adelaide. He apprenticed as a Stonemason (third generation) from 2007 to 2010 and studied at the University of South Australia from 2014 to 2016 receiving a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Sculpture) in 2016. 


Bellosguardo lives and works in Adelaide.  

Past Residents

Suzy Sureck

Using light in its various forms as a medium, Suzy Sureck works with physical and metaphoric qualities of reflection and shadow, and the poetics of luminosity. In awe of earth’s inherent beauty and value, its complexities and cycles, her works applaud the richness and interdependence of our diverse world. Referencing branching systems, plant cells, bee colonies, rivers and constellations, in relation to the pace of technology, her works acknowledging the increased vulnerability of our planet and ourselves. Her artworks have been exhibited in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, Korea, Australia, and India.

Jamming media and fluidly cross-pollinating disciplines, Sureck expands drawing into an expanded field of experiential interaction by                     

Drawing with Light – sculpture and video                                                                 

Drawing in Space – architectural and environmental installations,                         

Drawings on paper –in collaboration with natural phenomena