painters and two sculptors:
Elaine Green and Dale Rhodes look through a rain softened lens while Lisa Morgan sees her colours sun sharpened, primary bright.
From his studio perched in the hills above Coorabell, Charly Wrencher’s paintings are drenched in the landscape. If his hills had a voice, they would sing: “I feel so alive”
Linda Oy Ho, recent finalist in the Paddington art prize suffuses her zen influenced pieces with all the gravitas of the Buddhist retreats she attends, the better to fuse inner and outer. Her sinuous vessels shimmer with surface glitter and with the deep waters they depict.
And Suvira McDonald uses clay to describe rock formations and mountainous ranges. Look around you in the lead up to this exhibition and let the land(scape) speak to you.