Sculpture | Cact Eye Rebutia | Purple | Jeff McCann
Don't miss your chance to own a piece from Jeff McCann's brand new range CACT EYE - exclusive to the MCA Store!
The Purple Rebutia Cact Eye Sculpture is made from repurposed cardboard with a hand painted design and finished with water resistant varnish.
Jeff McCann is a Sydney based creative who works between the visual and performing arts through a wide range of mediums including public art, events, fashion, wearables, workshops and illustration. Working with primarily sustainable and repurposed materials, McCann creates playful and tactile pieces. He enjoys the challenge of taking what is considered rubbish and transforming it something of value again.
This spring Jeff McCann hits refresh on the MCA Store Window at 140 George Street, The Rocks. The window celebrates nature and represents what might have been his garden – if he had a green thumb – and will showcase McCann’s latest collection Cact Eye (2020). Come and see his unique work for yourself!
Please note delivery for this item is only available for Australian customers. To view the full Jeff McCann range click here.
Handmade and Hand painted in Sydney, Australia
Size: 35 x 25 x 15cm
Materials: Cardboard, Acrylic, Water resistant varnish
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