“ESPY” – A Three Course Long Lunch with the artist Anthony Van Lam
Address: 3 Blackfriars Street Chippendale, NSW 2008 – Australia
Date: Sunday 20 August 2017
Time: 1 – 3pm
Buy / Ticket: https://goo.gl/rEYvRA
EMail: 3 Blackfriars Street Chippendale, NSW 2008 – Australia
Call: 02 9698 9156
The Interaction between dragonflies and Chinese lanterns
Digital Print On Canvas with Embellishment
51.0 x 40.5 cm
On arrival: Lycheeni with small bites then the menu will be highlighting entree from BAI TONG THAI CHEF SELECTIONS!! Main will be slow braised Osso Buco with Panang curry sauce on a bed of mashed sweet potato. Dessert: Ginger and white chocolate cheesecake served with ginger toffee sauce and salted sugar ice cream with tea or coffee.
This is a great way to enjoy amazing food and have a private viewing of this exhibition.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:The stylistic, expressive paintings of Australian artist Anthony Van Lam are as tranquil and magical as they are profound. Working in mix media on canvas or on paper, he paints from a range of subject matter to explore how lines, colours, organic shapes, flowers, animals and surface patterns intersect in unique ways to create form. With a background in fashion design, the artist has an excellent sense of composition and is able to place objects expertly in the picture plane, finding new meanings in familiar subject by isolating them and manipulating forms in terms of scale, color, and shadow.
Known for his bold and colourful designs in fashion, Anthony’s paintings reveal his true passion for flowers that are immediately eye-catching. His current works capture exotic water lilies in a perfume lake. Elegantly depicted, they offer tranquility, calmness and allow you to leave your stresses behind when you look at one of his artworks.
Perhaps the hallmark of Anthony Van Lam’s work is his remarkable use of color and the way he is able to manipulate light and shadow to bring his work to an entirely new level. Indeed, there is an ethereal component to his work, a sense of the surreal. In the end, these engaging paintings encourage us to find the magical in the everyday.
We hope you can make it!
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