Thursday, October 29, 2009
"Pelican on Plank"
Friday, October 23, 2009
"Interior with Pool Reflections"
"Interior with Orchids"
This selection of paintings from Caroline are very enjoyable indeed, filled with colour and strong tones, almost romantic at times. There appears to be a natural illumination with an ambient aura about these interiors ~ I chose Caroline's beautiful painting "Under a Flame Red Sky - Bulimba" for the choice of the month for October, you have to see this painting to appreciate the intensity it portrays. If you live in this area of Brisbane, there is no doubt you would have seen this coloured sky from time to time at sunset ~ a lovely piece of work of an exceptionally high standard.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
"Waiting for the Weekend"
"Alice in Gondwanaland"
"The Great Race"
Saturday, October 17, 2009
"Sunrise in the Straits"
There is no doubt Robin's work will have a significant impact in the current marketplace as his work continues to be keenly supported.
At the recent Bundaberg Arts Festival Robin was once again, awarded prizes. "Sunrise in the Straits" was awarded 1st Prize in the Watercolour Section, "Evening in the Shadows" was awarded the Mayor's Prize and "The Big Wet" was awarded a Highly Commended Certificate in the Open Section.
Friday, October 16, 2009
Jeanette's paintings are usually beautiful watercolours of old country houses with jacaranda trees or Moreton bay scenes - this is pushing her boundaries and it worked!
Friday, October 9, 2009
"Down to the Water"
Adam perceives his paintings as personal diaries, in which he records his work through his own experiences and feelings. Each piece is beyond a decorative style, it reveals to the viewer an appearance of everyday life as he knows it and the social world he inhabits.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
"A Tasty Tipple" 89x54cms (pastel)
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
"Red & Orange Landscape"
The basis for Pene’s work is an implied aerial view with an unpremeditated figuration and linear path. The creative imagery teams with life seen and unseen. There is no foreground, middle ground or background schema.
Pene’s paintings take on their own path as she works purely intuitively using her love of colour and form marking to create her individual works.
Pene does not expect viewers to make the same symbolic association that she does, but hopes they will have their own positive responses and allow themselves to be excited and stimulated by the exchanges with her dynamic work.
Sunday, October 4, 2009
The judging panel included John Mcdonnald (Sydney Morning Herald art critic) in which 32 paintings were selected for the exhibition from 232 paintings submitted and the prizes will be announced on Thursday 8th October.
The exhibition will initially be in the Sydney Cricket Ground then at other venues and will then be at the MCG to coincide with the Boxing Day test match.
Friday, October 2, 2009