Sublime Point: The Landscape In Painting Hazelhurst Regional Gallery

11 Oct 2014 – 30 Nov 2014

This exhibition brings together 25 leading painters from across the country, who share an interest in the landscape as subject. The artists selected for this exhibition are based in many different regions from around Australia; rural, remote and urban. Techniques employed by the artists reflect this diversity as does the use of landscape which may originate from a cultural and spiritual attachment to place or an urban sensibility to a changing environment. For others the landscape provides a vehicle for the exploration of self, responses to the historical aspect of landscape and a relationship with nature.

Other artists in the exhibition include, Churchill Cann (WA), Tony Clark (ACT/Italy), Sally Gabori (QLD), Daniel Boyd (NSW), Noel McKenna (NSW), Imants Tillers (NSW), Neridah Stockley (NT), Caroline Rannersberger (TAS), Stephen Bush (VIC), David Ralph (VIC), Mark Rodda (TAS/VIC),Paul Ryan (NSW), Kate Shaw (Vic), Joanna Lamb (WA), Chris Langois (NSW), George Tjungurrayi (NT), Tjala Women’s Collaborative (SA), Amber Wallis (NSW), Oliver Watts (NSW), Philip Wolfhagen (TAS).

My works below are White Painting 2013 and Upside Down Landscape 2013

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Sublime Point: The Landscape In Painting Hazelhurst Regional Gallery

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