Brontë Naylor (b.1993) is an Australian Visual Artist working across exhibitions, public art, installation, and research and community engagement. She recently completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) Graduating First Class at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Collaborations with St+ART India, Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans, First Coat International Art Festival and Big Picture Festival have firmly positioned her as an emerging heavyweight within the international public art landscape.
Mixing photography and digital illustration, Naylor has established a signature collage aesthetic and methodology. She employs a considered and respectful approach to the creation of site-specific public art, working across three stages: initial research including documentative photography, the conceptualisation of design and rational and then realised through the act of painting in the public sphere.