Melissa Carey is an established Contemporary Artist living in Sydney and her work has been showcased internationally. She loves to create large sculptural installations, contributes installation art within the community through festivals, art exhibitions, collaborations and commissions, and has a passion for sharing her knowledge and creativity through teaching modern art & craft workshops for adults and kids since 2014
Some highlights of Melissa’s art career are: completing an art residency and solo exhibition in Berlin; creating a large art installation for Air Nightclub in Perth; creating a Macrame Commission for Seafolly across multiple stores in Australia & USA; creating a 9 metre woven glowing Tunnel Installation at the Beams Festival; and participating in local community events and festivals.
Melissa regularly volunteers within the community, and a past highlight was working in the art room at Princess Margaret Children’s Hospital at the “Club ADO” – a facility within the hospital for adolescence patients to relax, explore, learn new skills and have fun.
Melissa is passionate about the environment, recycling, healthy eating, taking reflective moments, smiles, watching the waves, philosophy, documentaries, giggles, wandering through forests, and passing on skills through her Creative Workshops.
She grew up in the neighbourhoods of Perth, Australia. She is an adventurer, traveling wherever the wind blows, and has lived abroad in London and Holland, and now resides in Sydney, Australia.