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Take 6 for IWD by Angela Alcock, Phillipa Butters, Jenny Hall, Julie Johnstone, Sue McRoberts and Catherine Stewart.
---Opening Reception: 6-8pm, Thursday 27 February--- In honour of International Women's Day (IWD) on the 8th of March, this exhibition invites the viewer to experience the individual responses of 6 female artists to the landscape, to nature and to their experience of place - the intimate and familiar, the harsh and remote, and where land meets water. The diverse landscape is captured through the changing light and colour, tones and textures, mark-making and motifs, layering and scraping, and the revealing…Find out more »
---Opening Reception: 2-4pm, Saturday 21 March--- In Connexion, Beverley Woollett explores the complex relationship between people and place by rendering human figure and landscape inseparable in her artwork. In this series of work, using mixed media and collages, Woollett superimposes human physical form onto the landscape, as if they were part of the hills and mountains, validating an intimate connection with the Earth. Through her mastery of both the landscape and life drawing tradition, Woollett inspires passion and heightens senses in her…Find out more »
---Opening 2 May, 2-4pm--- In An Australian Accent, artist Tracey Esteves references Australian society, history and iconography by exploring the varying relationships between popular culture and fine art. Her body of work appropriates, produces and intermingles images from popular Australian culture which merge high and low art, and explore colour and shape. Esteves’ artwork captures the viewer by providing a sense of familiarity and enchantment within her Australian inspired works. “I have a preoccupation with the formal elements of surface,…Find out more »
Driven by the dissatisfaction of today’s fast pace lifestyle, Tye seeks to capture places resembling untouched paradises, playing with perspective and colour to offer a still and quiet perspective of Sydney’s coastal landscape. Her distinct style dances between representation and abstraction, which often translates through the tensions between the natural environment with man-made world. “By sectioning the view into shapes, I capture different emotional responses to my surroundings on the one surface. I am interested in a practice that swings…Find out more »