Fane Flaws a New Zealand artist, whose work evolves from working with simple ideas. Fanes approach is essentially that of a mark maker, everything else follows from whatever skill he has developed through drawing. Fane draw’s on anything from paper to demolition timber, from air to hard drives, with anything from pens to found objects, guitars to voices... of course there is always the problem of where to put the paint / notes” Fane Flaws (born 1951) is a New Zealand musician, songwriter, and artist. He was a member of bands including Blerta, Spats and The Crocodiles. Until joining Blerta he was known by his second name Michael: Bruno Lawrence insisted Fane was a better name. He wrote many of the songs used in the film Meet the Feebles. He animated the titles for Radio with Pictures, a Television New Zealand programme featuring popular and alternative music. He is co-author, with Arthur Baysting and Peter Dasent, of the children's book The Underwatermelon Man and other unreasonable rhymes. He also designs rugs, paints and creates assemblage art works from found objects such as demolition timber and building fittings.
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