Podcast interview with Willy Tusso - Noelle rigaudie
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Podcast interview with Willy Tusso

Interview with an artist Willy Russo

Podcast interview with Willy Tusso

Interview with an artist Willy Russo

We talk everything from second careers, to her big break with Sibella Court and Antrhopologie, to securing gallery representation with Sally Dan Cuthbert.  Noelle also has some fantastic advice for gallery goers, and sticking to her roots, it involves an analogy cheese shopping at a market. ” says Willy Russo.

You can listen to the 45′ podcast episode by clicking here.

 

French born Australian artist Noelle Rigaudie makes pieces that would look at home in the palace of French King Louis XV. Elegant. Sophisticated. Refined. And made of cardboard. Yes, that’s right, cardboard. What started as a fun craft exercise in 2006, turning a pizza box into a simple frame, has evolved to a fine art practice.  Ornate mirrors, stylish sideboards, beautiful chairs, pieces that dance on the boundary of fine art and functional furniture.

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