Byron grew up in the snowy mountains and became a fisherman at a very early age. He has always had a connection with nature, fishing, and the outdoors. He found a passion for teaching people fishing and sharing their first experiences.
When moving to Sydney for various health reasons, Byron was forced to find a new passion and purpose for life. It was his Art that soon became a gateway to distract him from his chronic pain. By creating art he could diffuse his anger and have a more healthy outlook on life.
For Byron, his Art has been a mindfulness practice that has enabled him to use his energy in a more productive way.
These days Byron spends most of his day doing art. It is through art that he has found new meaning and purpose in life, encouraging Byron to always look on the bright side of life...
BYRON'S ART IS PLAYFUL AND FUN!
Inspired by nature, his use of bright colours mixed with earthy tones makes for great art collectibles that can bring any space to life.
Byron uses a combination of pencils and posca pens to create wild, psychedelic, abstract shapes, and intricate patterns.
Byron is passionate about restoring old unused objects and tools into fun and quirky objects of art. This picture shows his latest creation - an antique saw turned into a fun object of art.
In each of his artworks, Byron tells a visual story of his personal journey. Despite living with chronic Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Byron continues to create his art. His unique and positive outlook on life inspires many people around him.