Colour- Three Brisbane female artists- an eclectic collaboration with something for everyone.

Published by: Kathryn Coller | 4-Mar-2020
Colour is the commonality in their art and three individual approaches to viewing nature makes this upcoming exhibition like a rich gala performance. There is something to suit everybody. Three artists: Cecily Slade, Catherine Hamilton-Jones and Lin Stanton are joining forces once again and coming to The Redcliffe Peninsula during April and May 2020.
Venue: Redcliffe Art Society Old Fire Station Gallery and Community Hub
Address: 395 Oxley Avenue Redcliffe Qld 2020
Date: Official opening 9 May 2020
Time: 2pm
Ticket: Free
: art society
Call: 732840852
Presenting a new collection of large floral works Cecily Slade explores the intricate beauty and harmonies that exist in the fine details within nature. These works are statement pieces, they command a space and create an atmosphere in the home. Design, aesthetics and structure are paramount in her work and viewers are invited to sink into the work like a meditation and open their heart to the beauty and life energy within the bloom. These paintings offer peace, tranquillity and joy.

Catherine Hamilton Jones aims to capture the unique light, contrasts and striking colour combinations found in Australian Landscapes and along our coastlines. She often draws inspiration from places around Queensland that she has visited and to which she an emotional connection. With each new painting, she likes the challenge of capturing the detail of a scene whilst maintaining a feeling of immediacy and freshness in the work. Catherine's aim is to create artworks that trigger a feeling of recognition or connection, but ultimately provide a sense of enjoyment and an escape for the viewer.

Lin Stanton's work as an intuitive abstractionist is a multi-layered feast of intelligent complexity and clever use of colour portraying a lifetime's experience as an artist who is just now coming into her most interesting evolution. Her new collection of abstract works entitled The Scribblers uses trees as a thematic inspiration. Her characteristic hard edge style combines with softer statements and mark making producing works that are both organic and very different.

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