BDAS Exhibition

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Stan Korytnyj:
Culture at War

14/02/2019 - 25/02/2019

Stan Korytnyj uses painting to comment on social injustice, inequity and misadventure.

His work focuses on the abuse of youth in religious and secular institutions, the conflict of cultures in the suburbs, and the incarceration of desperate families fleeing war zones.

Denise Lithgow:
Textile Art

14/02/2019 - 25/02/2019

Denise Lithgow is captivated by the tactile qualities, rich range of colours and the magical meshing of fibres, which can then be manipulated into forms and shapes to create vessels. She regards her felted vessels as a pure art because they lack any utilitarian function.

Red Felt Vase by Denise Lithgow
Living In The Kimberley, by Peter Griffen
Peter Griffen:
Ancient Landscapes

14/02/2019 - 25/02/2019

Peter Griffen, whilst mentally immersed in the vibrant colours of the Australian outback, starts a chaotic journey, then takes control, discovering new images through synthesis and simplification. The newly discovered forms become ancient landscapes speaking from the past.

Michael Eccleston:
Painting as Language

14/02/2019 - 25/02/2019

Michael Eccleston sees painting as a language between the painter and the observer. The visual image is thus open to interpretation on the conscious and subconscious level. Practical and emotional life experiences of the painter determine the final visual image on the canvas which may or may not elicit a favourable response from the viewer.

Red Painting, by Michael Eccleston
Dale Saunders:
Colour, Shape & Texture

14/02/2019 - 25/02/2019

Colour shape and texture.

Mediums are all key factors.
As I work I pick a direction, working at a fast pace I get a feeling for it.
Then the art seems to take its own way.