These two works done a while back have resurfaced and undergone some finessing before being framed. I’m preparing for a solo show and one never knows which pieces to take or leave behind…..The fact that these two paintings have reared their heads again means something.
2 sombre works on canvas which have evolved dramatically after a tough week. Recently we lost a wonderful fellow artist at Willoughby Arts Workshop , Karine Vereecken. She was such a beautiful artist with a kind heart. Also a beloved family member passed away. All these emotions can’t help but influence my painting, whether I am conscious of them or not. ….
My Solo exhibition at Art Gallery on Darling, 307 Darling Street, Balmain is from 14-19 May, 2019. Please drop by. Opening drinks – 6-8.30 pm 15 May.
Interesting mark making and areas of softness . I can feel soft green grass under my feet here !
This piece tells it’s own story…bit mysterious and intriguing. Sometimes when a painting takes on a life of it’s own, I stand back and wonder how we both got there! Quite a narrative here.
It’s wonderful when a client contacts you to visit their home and see how happily your work sits in their new environment. This work was purchased during the North Sydney Art Prize 2019 at the coaloader, Waverton.
Bold revisited canvasses. I push and pull works all the time until we are both happy.