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Sentient Moments - Drawn From Life

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Wed 18 May 2016, 11:00am–5:00pm
Thu 19 May 2016, 11:00am–5:00pm
Fri 20 May 2016, 11:00am–5:00pm
Sat 21 May 2016, 11:00am–5:00pm
Sun 22 May 2016, 11:00am–5:00pm

Where: 69 Smith Street Gallery, 69 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Sentient Moments

Peter Cougle & Alison Parkinson - Gallery 1

Alison and Peter have been focused on Life Drawing for many years. These artists create their own unique interpretation, often observing the same model. The media are graphite or charcoal on paper sometimes with a dash of colour – the images sensitive and sensual. Their focus is on the beautiful and whimsical and does not aim to disturb. Some images are off the easel with exploratory and construction marks remaining. Others are more considered paying fleeting homage to classical drawing. Alison, a portrait painter, teaches drawing at The Art Gallery of Ballarat and Peter is an exciting draughtsman.

It's About Time

Georgina Campbell - Gallery 2

Georgina has been a practicing artist all her life. Her works often incorporate a fundamental trio of shapes, familiar symbols, words, and elements of landscape. Back in 1981 Georgina created her own symbols for our alphabet which she employs in words and phrases layered through paintings and drawings. With a love of old fabrics imbued with personal histories, recent soft sculptures of a figurative nature have been included in this, Georgina’s first solo exhibition.

Not a Rose

Jan Herrera - Gallery 3

Jan's work is a fun glimpse at the world of flowers. Hardly serene subtle strokes, but more energetic splashes of colour that are in contrast to a flower, which is a soft and gently subject matter. Jan has showcased the flowers as abstract and surreal, some of which are of majestic proportions with a hint of the jurassic about them. The basis of the series is: let's have a bit of fun, the world is way too serious.

Double Take - Southern Coastal Visions

Debra Peck & Pierrette Boustany

Wilsons Promontory & the Inverloch coast offer an encounter with elemental beauty in all it’s sublime primal power. It is timeless, grounding, invigorating, inspiring, expansive. Wilsons Prom in particular, is an experience of deep time, analogue time, an encounter with the slow, silent, seemingly eternal….a sensory experience of tea tree scent, light, darkness, shadows, wind, and sounds….a total sensory experience…elemental. It is something of the eternal now, and stillness distilled that I seek to capture in my photographs. A resolved image for me holds these qualities, which also hopefully expresses some essence of beauty and the sublime.

Artscape

Graham Jones - Gallery 5, 6 & 7

“Artscape” is an exercise in freedom and experimentation akin to beginning a long journey without any travel plans. The wonderment is in where that journey takes you, the magic is in the realisation that your map has no boundaries. The coping mechanism is in the ability to reinvent oneself in order to reach the treasure at the end of the rainbow. Acrylics are the choice of weapon for such a trek into the unknown as they have the ability and flexibility to be all things to all men...reversal of failure is imminent, if only life could imitate that!