Many bemoan the passing of a workmanship that gave industrial objects a strange beauty. This couple salvages and scupts it.Article from new Home Download the full article as pdf
There is art in spare parts says sculptor Jos Van Hulsen, who gives industrial junk a new lease on life.Article in The Age 4 November 1998 shows some earlier work and describes Jos and his wife Mary in the earlier days in Richmond. Download the pdf of the entire article.
Jos Van Hulsen turns trash into treasure, a talent that is getting him noticed.When Jos Van Hulsen graduated with a bachelor of Fine Arts from the Melbourne Institute of Technology, he was determined to make a living from his scultures and paintings. Ten years later he is doing just that, but his career path has been more divers than originaly planned.Download the full article as pdf